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I am always looking to “pay it forward.” I love a chance to help others raise money for their organizations.

If you are interested in learning more about any of these childrens charities, please contact the organization through their website.

Here are several Childrens Charities whose hard work and contributions we appreciate:

Children’s Charity: Rock for Reading
This childrens charity Founded by Hugh Haller and Alice Peacock, Rock for Reading promotes literacy awareness! They use rock and roll to inspire literacy and so to enrich the lives of others. They have been supporting and enriching the lives of those in small community programs in the Chicago area by supporting book drives for poor communities.

Their efforts have helped provide less fortunate children and adults with the opportunity for literature both in the classroom and in their homes.

I plan to support their charity through my Usborne Books sales.

If you are interested in learning more about this Children’s Charity, please click here to visit Rock for Reading.

Childrens Charity: Autism Speaks
Unfortunately, one in 150 children is diagnosed with autism. Autism Speaks Children’s Charity is changing the future for those who struggle with autism disorder!

This Childrens Charity is dedicated to research, prevention and treatments to help find a cure for autism! We must help!

Autism Speaks is working hard to raise awareness about autism and the effects it has on families and society by bringing hope to those who deal with the daily affects of this disorder. They are committed to raising the funds necessary to support these goals.

Help us spread the word of this excellent Children’s Charity! Autism is a growing problem. I am sure we all know several children affected by this disorder!

If you are interested in learning more about Autism Speaks Childrens Charity, Click here to visit their website.

Children’s Charities: MendAHeart
Mend a Heart Children’s Charity was created by good friends of ours. Their son, Liam was born in September 2006 with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) (he was essentially missing half his heart).

He has successfully undergone two of three reconstructive heart surgeries. Liam is a medical marvel! Mend a Heart is a not-for-profit organization, so your contributions are tax deductible. The Mend a Heart Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. One hundred percent of its proceeds are directed toward initiatives that support their mission of providing medical experts with the funds they need for research. Mend a Heart sponsors charitable fundraising events throughout the year. Your money goes directly to practitioners and researchers who advance congenital heart defect research. The Mend a Heart Children’s Charity enriches the lives of children with heart defects! (Did you know congenital heart defects are the most common birth defect.) If you are interested in learning more about this wonderful Children’s Charity please click here to visit Mend a Heart!

Children’s Charities: Easter Seals
Easter Seals is not just a Children’s Charity! They provide support and services to children and adults with disabilities and special needs. They have been enriching the lives of others for more than 85 years.

Some of their services include: child development centers, physical rehabilitation, early intervention, occupational therapy, speech and hearing therapy and adult services.

Easter Seals charity is enriching the needs of others!

To Find an Easter Seals in your area or to support this Children’s Charity, you can click here to visit their website.

PagesForChildren
This great program sends coloring pages to terminally ill children while they are staying in the hospital.

You can donate to this great cause by donating a drawing, paper ink. Check out her website!! I wonder how many pages she will send this month? I hope it makes the children happy!

Power Parent
Your mission, should you choose to grow closer as a family, is to volunteer at a charity or donate to a cause. Define your family mission at the Power Parent. Check out their website for more great ideas to give back to others!