Dogs are pros at making you feel better when you’ve had a bad day or you’re couch-bound while sick, and they can help other people feel the same expansive dog love with a little training. Training your dog to be a therapy dog means they’ll be able bring joy to children who are stuck in the hospital, provide…
This week alone, people in Syria have been gassed and then bombed. After years of horror, the pictures of suffering children even got through to our president’s cold heart. If you feel the same way, here are some things you can do to help.
Federal funding for Meals on Wheels is in jeopardy because, in the words of budget director Mick Mulvaney, it is “not showing results.” But that’s just an alternative fact—we have the results right here.
Volunteering is a great way to give back, but can be difficult to do if you’re focused on your own stuff. Here are a few ways you can volunteer without disrupting your current lifestyle.
Getting high-end haircuts can be expensive. Fortunately, some stylists will be willing to give you a free haircut if you'll volunteer to be a model for styling students.
Volunteering in your spare time isn't just a good way to help the community, it's a great and free way to learn the skills you need to make a career change or get promoted in your current job.
Volunteering is one of those quirky little things that we all know we should probably do more often, but rarely actually take the effort to do it. However, it's not nearly as hard as you think, and if you take the time to find the right place, it's an experience that can teach you plenty of valuable skills.
No matter how good you are at rolling the dice on airplane tickets, vacations are an expensive undertaking. Sure, with careful planning, saving, and budgeting, you may eventually make your way to the beaches of Hawaii and smell the scent of 1,000 pounds of suntan lotion. Or, if you don't feel like spending every cent…