I started this blog five years ago as a way to share the joys and hardships of parenting with others who can relate to my experiences. One of my goals was to build a big enough platform to reach those whose needs go beyond what I can do with words alone (not that words aren’t important!) About two years ago, I tossed around the idea of promoting different philanthropies each month, and growing a network of bloggers to support them. For some reason, I never did anything.
Today, that changes. Today, I am launching what I hope to be the first of many in a monthly series I am calling, “Blogging for Better.” Each month, I will feature a new charity, often one that is not a huge national philanthropy, which dedicates itself to serving children, families, mothers and other vulnerable groups. I pledge to only feature charities that I have personally supported.
With that, I would like to announce my first “Blog for Better” cause:
Sanctuary for Families
Violence against women and children impacts thousands of families every year, which is why I am supporting Sanctuary for Families.
From the Sanctuary for Families website:
“Sanctuary for Families is New York’s leading service provider and
advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking, and related
forms of gender violence.”
This incredible organization helps victims of abuse escape from a life of pain and suffering by providing shelter, legal counsel, career training and more.
If you would like to support Sanctuary for Families, please click here.
To learn more about Sanctuary for Families services, click here.
(Note if you are a New Yorker in immediate danger and need to take discreet action, Sanctuary for Families offers a secure option for you. Just click on the “Escape” button found on the web site.)
Thank you so much in joining me in blogging for better. If you have a blog, please consider joining me in building a network of bloggers supporting wonderful causes. E-mail me at email@example.com with the subject line: Blogging for Better.
Let’s make the world a better place, one blog post at a time.