Giving Tuesday is recognized by more than 70 countries around the world. It began in 2012 offset the commercialization created by Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday also coincides with the beginning of both individual and corporate charitable seasons.
A national survey puts Louisiana dead last when it comes to lending a hand. The problem with the survey is they left out the one place where most of us do the bulk of our giving. It's an unfair portrait of a very giving people.
You want to become a Partner in Hope, but you don't think you can swing it. Here's some items that might make you reconsider your budgetary questions and help save the lives of children and their families.
A hospital shoeshine man understands the spirit of giving shouldn't be saved for just December. He has given every penny of his tip money over 36 years to helping families. His amazing story will touch you and hopefully motivate you to find your own spirit of giving.
98-year-old Jack MacDonald of Seattle, Washington was known as quite the frugal man. He lived in a modest retirement community and according to friends, he clipped coupons, hated paying for coffee and even wore sweaters with holes in them.
The man responsible for the most famous on-side kick in NFL history is coming to Lafayette to meet all the Acadiana Saints fans. New Orleans Saints All-Pro punter and kicking specialist Thomas Morstead will be appearing at Ruffino’s on the River in River Ranch on Tuesday July 23rd. Read more to learn about all the details.
When it comes to charity, superstar Taylor Swift is putting her money where her feet are. The ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together‘ singer has donated a pair of her own red shoes for an online auction to raise money for a charity that provides shoes to people living in poverty.