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5 Common Fundraising Mistakes that Might Be Hurting Your Organization

Fundraising is hard work, done with the best intentions in mind. While you might get caught up in the spirit of “doing good,” you could be doing it wrong. Whether it’s a communication failure or a lack of foresight, here are five mistakes you’ll want to avoid when…

Life Changes I Wish I’d Made Sooner

By the time I turned 25, I was sure my life was a single-lane highway.

A single-lane highway with no exits. As far as I was concerned, I was headed in the same direction, with no…

3 Easy Ways to Share Nature With Your Kids This Summer

There’s something about the summer that brings out the fun in kids. Long summer days without any thought of school foster the type of carefree living children relish every year. The only bad thing about the summer is it can go by really fast. As parents, it is important to…

Irene Roth's Blog – January 2018 Archive (2)

Book Review: Oh No! When a Parent Goes Away

Oh No! When a Parent Goes Away

By Dakota King-White

Illustrated by Tyrus Goshay

 

This is a unique picture book for kids about a serious topic: how a child can cope when a parent goes to prison and isn’t coming home for a long while. It is a book that will educate as well as enlighten with expert advice on how a child can cope.

 

    Duane is a seven-year-old boy who has recently discovered that his…

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Added by Irene Roth on January 25, 2018 at 1:14pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Boy Who Couldn't be Seen

This is an inspiring and yet profoundly sad book about a boy who is neglected through separation from his family.

     The boy felt very unloved. The important people in his life were mean to him. He felt rejected and alone. He grew up in fear of everything and everyone. It was a sad and lonely…

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Added by Irene Roth on January 5, 2018 at 2:52pm — No Comments

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