We all want to instill kindness into our kids’ character, and there are tons of ways to do that. Adults are in on the trend of “donating” their birthday by asking for donations to a charity on Facebook, but what about the littles?
The writers at CT Working Moms have gathered a list of local charities and other community agencies that are close to their hearts and lives. Whether you can make a monetary donation or give some of your time to help during this holiday season, giving back to our community is so very important.
Together with your help, CT Working Moms raised $2,000 for the Chrysalis Safe House. We would like to say thank you for your kindness and generosity. You’ve helped make these rooms a little warmer, filled with a little more inspiration, and added a little more love. Your compassion has made a difference in our community, and from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.
It’s a great logo, right? It’s nice to sit in front of our oversized monitors or look at our bedazzled smart phones with a giant Starbucks coffee in our manicured hands and smile and nod and agree, “Yes. That’s lovely. Let’s love more and judge less. Let’s do that.” But how do we actually
Hello Lovely Readers! So fall has flown by and we are hurtling into the holiday season. Here at CT Working Moms, our writers spent the month of November reflecting on and writing about the idea of thankfulness. As we move into December, we turn our thoughts to the needs of others. Today is Giving Tuesday,
My wife has commented through the years that I am an easy mark. The word gullible has followed me around in both my personal and professional life. I often attract requests for change, requests for a few minutes to talk about a really great offer, and even rides across town. When I commuted to Manhattan each week
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. To me, it’s like Christmas, but without the stress of gift-buying. This year, with my boys being 3 and 6 years old, I decided to really emphasize to them what Thanksgiving is about, beyond the turkey, pies, and Santa crossing into Herald Square. They are incredibly fortunate to grow up
I’ve been thinking a lot about giving back. Not just because this week is Thanksgiving but because it I know first hand how good it feels to either volunteer with a non-profit or donate to one. So we decided here on CTWM’s to create a new space that we’re calling Be Charitable. You can see