Conni M.PlantingLevel 151
My first cause is easy because my oldest son is autistic. He is the poster child for what early awareness and intervention can do for a child. I am truly blessed with him and believe that with the majority of the children if you find a way to connect with them early on and get them communicating, that is the key to getting them to fulfill their potential. It's not about getting them to be "normal", ...see more
Write down 3 causes you feel passionately about.
How to do it -- Jot down three political, social, or economic issues that really matter to you - ones that, if resolved, would make the world a happier, better place. Anything is fair game, from children's illiteracy to clean water, from feeding the hungry to saving the whales.
Why it matters -- Most of us want to leave our world ...see more
Andrea G.BlossomingLevel 48
The Alzheimer's Association and Walk to End Alzheimer's (www.alz.org/walk)
The Blue Zone Project (www.bluezones.com)
Community Gardens and Nutrition Education (I have to agree with Tony L on these!)
School Gardens, Nutrition education, and helping others to help themselves through teaching my volunteers how they are helping out and the correct way to beautify the campus. They take the knowledge home with them. It's my way of giving back to the volunteers.