Category: Your Voice
When was the last time you gave money to a charity? Maybe it was some change in a bucket or even several hundred dollars? But, what if you had $20,000 to give? Now, imagine being a high school student and being able to give that money to nonprofits selected by you?
The United States is full of First Churches, mostly Baptist, though other denominations slip in some occasionally. There is, however, a new First Church, long in development but now fully functioning, which is not listed in the directories – the First Church of Political Correctness.
Women lawyers continue to face “battles” every day from work/life balance, arguing cases in court, addressing promotion and pay inequity that remains in the workplace, legal issues including reproductive rights, education reform, Title IX and much more.
You’re a fifty-something professional who’s worked hard all of your adult life to become one of the best at what you do and to provide for your family. You have a very specialized skill set that has enabled you to be successful in your chosen field and you’ve tried to develop a reputation that speaks well of how you conduct business. This description could fit anyone reading this.
What are you doing for this year’s Give A Day week? People of all ages will be helping Brightside clean up neighborhoods; students will be helping collect and sort food for needy families; company employees will plant trees and paint playgrounds; there will even be a “flash mob” with hundreds taking to the streets to raise awareness and aid the campaign against child abuse.
Montessori School of Louisville (MSL) will hold the fourth annual Butterfly Benefit auction, in tribute to the shared values of Dr. Maria Montessori at The Olmsted on Friday, Feb. 22, in Louisville.
In a time when many people confuse celebrities with heroes, Presidents Day deserves greater stature than merely being an occasion for holiday sales.