People volunteer for many reasons – some choose to donate their time by giving back to their community or helping a worthy cause. While most people know that volunteering can advance their careers by allowing them to gain experience and build their resumes, what they may not know is that volunteering is also associated with having health benefits for the volunteers themselves.
It’s finally summer, and although you may be spending your time at the beach, the park, or the pool, we want to remind you that there is still a significant need for donations to our nonprofit organization. Continue reading
Fighting back against cancer isn’t just hard on the body and mind, it’s also hard on financial resources, too. For families of children with this and other debilitating diseases, mounting medical bills combined with pressure from demanding hospitals can create seemingly insurmountable debts and stress for them. Continue reading
When you’re done with a car, boat, truck, or RV that you own, what do you think of doing with it? Your first instinct is probably to sell it; however, you can get so much more out of getting rid of your car than just a little bit of money.
Every day, 35 American children are diagnosed with cancer. Many people want to help kids who have serious medical issues, but they just aren’t sure how. At American Children’s Society, Inc., we provide ways for you to fight childhood cancer and support struggling families.