December 2015

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The Mighty has been an invaluable source of inspiration and information for us and families all around. They have a wonderful community who were generous enough to share their feelings and goals for this wonderff   New Year’s is the perfect time to reflect and congratulate yourself on all you’ve achieved this year. It can also be a time to set new goals. We asked people in our Mighty community who live with chronic illnesses to share some of the resolutions they’re making this year. Whether it’s to take better care of yourself, to be more patient with those around you or to just take a momentRead More →

We hope everyone had a great year! This December, we have pleanty of great things happening all over the area to celebrate the holidays! This year, there was so many great organizations who dedicated their time and energy to making the lives of children and families better. In this month’s newsletter, we spend some time to focus on those great groups and give them time to shine and the recognition they deserve! To view the newsletter as a PDF with clickable links, please click the link below! eKidzCare Dec NewsletterRead More →

  By: Barron Whited As the Holidays are rapidly approaching, parents are busy putting up decorations, preparing for family gatherings, and attending school activities. However, this is a wonderful time of year to teach kids the importance of lending a helping hand to those less fortunate. Parents can find venues for volunteering in their local communities, such as: food banks, soup kitchens, or a charity for a struggling neighbor. Here are some tips to help parents: Help Others As the holidays are rapidly approaching, this can be a wonderful opportunity to teach kids about helping others in need. When individuals volunteer, it can make such a lastingRead More →

A SURPLUS OF EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR KIDS! Variety the Children’s Charity of Pittsburgh is excited to announce that they currently have more than 150 adaptive strollers and communication devices available for eligible kids! This surplus has been made possible due to the generosity of the Jack Buncher Foundation and other amazing donors. To apply for Variety’s “My Stroller” or “My Voice” Program, please visit their website at or call their office at 724-933-0460   Read More →