Giving Back in 2018 – Lauren Adams

This post is part of a series, learn more here – Giving Back in 2018. As someone who grew up with purebred Doberman Pincher’s my entire life, I didn’t know or realize that dogs from animal shelters live with a pretty unfortunate stigma. They often aren’t purebred, they often aren’t puppies, and they often have some baggage. This usually doesn’t fit into the box people create for themselves when they decide they are ready to get a pet. And because of this, rescue dogs often get overlooked. As a young adult in Los Angeles, I learned about animal shelters, as […]

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Giving Back in 2018 – Julia Muller

This post is part of a series, learn more here – Giving Back in 2018.  Holidays are about being with family at home and having wonderful meals together. But more than 40 million Americans struggle with hunger and many don’t have a place to call home. Even in suburban counties such as my own this is a problem. So, this holiday season I am donating funds to the City Mission in Washington, PA. The City Mission is a place where anyone in our county can find basic services such as food, shelter and medical care when needed. They also offer […]

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Giving Back in 2018 – Summer Marchelletta

This post is part of a series, learn more here – Giving Back in 2018. When Philly Marketing Labs gave each of its’ employees $500 to donate any way we chose, I immediately knew this provided me an opportunity to practice what I preach. In my family, the older kids are both involved in national honors society and my husband and I are always giving reminders to stay on top of their volunteer hours and encourage them to choose something that is meaningful to them and it always makes me feel good to see hear them talk about their experiences […]

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