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Kids Are Philanthropists, Too!

We humans — and within the philanthropic sector specifically — naturally resist change. Yet, in the shadows of COVID-19, we have the opportunity to set a new course for society. “Historically pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine the world anew.

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5 Reasons to Read with Your Little Ones

Originally written by experts with Local Anchor

Books are a magical way to spend time with your kids (yes, even babies). Reading gives you a way to bond without screens and children’s songs on repeat 500 times a day, and they’re just plain fun to read. Also, there’s an unbelievable sense of accomplishment and pride for both of you when your child learns to read a new word by themselves!

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Teaching Kids About Food Waste

Originally written by experts with the Three O’clock Project

The term "food waste" refers to uneaten or unused food that gets thrown away. Most often this waste is transported to landfills with other garbage, where it can take anywhere from 2 weeks to 40 years to decompose. Food waste occurs at many stages of a food's life, including production, processing, retailing, and consuming.

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