# Giving back
NYC Mayor Eric Adams, Alexis Ohanian, Bezos Family Foundation & Robin Hood contribute millions to fight child poverty
Currently 52% of New York City families with children under the age of four cannot afford child care. And one in every four parents has had to turn down a job, change employment, or take leave due to child care demands since the pandemic began. In New York City, there is now just one open child care space for every five babies.
1500 Drinking Wells were Provided by this Hotel
This post is not sponsored and does not contain any affiliate content. Go:Shinta Mani Hotels exist to support the work of the Shinta Mani Foundation – a stay with Shinta Mani really does benefit the people, communities, animals and ecosystems of Cambodia. Enjoy upscale boutique hotels, offering various room types, all equipped with modern amenities. Accommodations range from Deluxe Living Rooms, providing the perfect space for traveling families, to Deluxe Rooms in the tropical interior courtyard that boast recently-renovated spaces. Choose from a Poolside Garden Room with easy access to swimming or an Executive Suite boasting balcony views of the urban streetscape.
Castle Rock coffee shop's high wages help it keep staff, give back
Coff33's non-profit of the month supporting Ukrainian refugees and their pets.Natasha Lovato. (Castle Rock, Colo.)Coff33, the downtown Castle Rock coffee shop, will donate its April tip money to families and pets fleeing Ukraine.
Teaching Kids Compassion: The Compassion Experience (Releasing Children from Poverty)
Experience another world without leaving yours. We checked out The Compassion Experience, an organization dedicated to releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name, when they toured Long Beach at Parkcrest Christian Church. We "traveled" to the Philippines and Kenya to learn the stories of Kiwi and Jey, respectively.
Donate sports equipment to benefit families affected by the Marshall Fire
GiveSPORTS Equipment Drive.(A Precious Child) (DENVER, Colo.) Non-profit A Precious Child and Kroenke Sports Charities are holding an equipment drive this weekend to benefit families affected by the Marshall Fire.
The money jar
When my children were little we started putting spare change in a mason jar that we called the money jar. I wanted to teach my children that small amounts of money would add up to big savings if they continually put money aside. Even as adults now, they love to go put the coins in the coin sorter at the grocery store and guess how much is in the money jar.