How you can throw an awesome diaper shower to benefit local babies in need. We’re gearing up for the 5th annual Great Diaper Drive to benefit the Food Bank of North Alabama!
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More about why we chose the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama as this year’s recipient of our Learning Expo Community Education Grant.
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Summer is a great time for your teenage to work in some valuable volunteer time. Luckily for them – and for you – there are lots of places to do that in Huntsville and North Alabama this summer!
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Did you know suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for Alabama children 10-14 years old, behind only car wrecks? If you just did a double-take, you need to read more about SPEAK.
Women from all over Huntsville and North Alabama have a chance to party with purpose at the 2017 Mom Prom! Find out what to expect and what to wear and more about the worthy cause Mom Prom supports. Plus… win tickets!
Did you know that Alabama has a higher rate of autism than most states? It takes a Village to raise autism awareness and we’ve got some great details about Huntsville and Madison County can be a more inclusive community.
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1 in 10 babies in the U.S. is born too soon. We’re proud to partner with March of Dimes Madison County to give more of these babies a chance to thrive. Learn more about why we’re supporting March for Babies on April 22, 2017.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is Monday, January 16th, and Huntsville is celebrating with a parade and many opportunities for families to serve the community in his honor. MLK Day is so more than a day off of school!
There’s not a lot involved to tap into your child’s giving spirit and experience them becoming Santa. Here’s what I’ve learned: You don’t have to give extravagantly to make a difference. Truly, every little bit counts and adds up.
It’s easy for children in foster care to slip through the cracks during the holidays. Seeraj Family Homes is looking for local families and Mom’s Groups to be angels to some kids who really need help.
For more holiday fun including all the places to hear holiday music, catch Santa, watch holiday plays, cavort with holiday cheerfulness and just plain get in the holiday spirit visit the main page of our comprehensive 2016 Holiday Happenings Guide sponsored by Covenant Classical Schools and Daycares. The holiday season is a wonderful time of year […]