Articles in the Bloganthropy Members Category
Everyone seemed to have an opinion about my engagement. I was only twenty, not even old enough to drink legally, when my college boyfriend proposed. I strongly believe women should decide if and when they want to marry, but sadly, the same sentiment is not shared around the world. My friends teased me for being a “child bride,” but real child marriage is not a laughing matter.
Have you ever imagined your perfect wedding? For many children, marriage is already a reality – and there was no dream wedding. You can …
It is easy for many to give up hope in the world. We watch the news, we observe the negative things happening in our society. From violence and pain to poverty and disease, issues like these span the globe. We see the need in our communities, in our own neighborhoods, and we start to wonder, “Will it ever get better?”
It can, and it will.
We are proud to share that some of our own from Bloganthropy have been recognized on the Babble.com list Top 25 Parent Bloggers Who Are Changing the …
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On September 21, 2011, Bloganthropy board members were invited to join P&G for a special event during 6th annual Clinton Global Initiative forum. During the event, P&G Chairman of the Board, President and CEO Bob McDonald shared three aggressive commitments that flow from P&G’s Purpose-inspired Growth Strategy of touching and improving more lives, in more parts of the world.
Did you know that early detection of breast cancer helps save thousands of lives every year? In fact, the five-year survival rate of a stage-one diagnosis is 98%. That’s why P&G and the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) are teaming up for their fourth year of GIVE Hope – a program designed to increase awareness about the important of early detection, provide tools for women to create their own plans, and help all consumers get involved through simple actions and every day purchases.
Our March Blogger of the Month is Sian To of Mummy Tips. Find out how she suddenly found herself a blogger activist.
I didn’t set out to become a blogger activist – or even to become a blogger for that matter…
In July 2010, CyberMummy became the first dedicated blogger conference in the UK. It was a huge success and it was also to become the first step in my charity work.
A couple of days after CyberMummy I had a call from Save The Children’s Digital Media Manager, Liz Scarff…
Round the World With Us is a blog that documents the travel volunteerism of Teresa Keller, a single mom, her three children, Jennifer (age 18), Alex (age 13) and Bella (age 12), and her best friend’s daughter (Meagan, age 17).
Teresa decided to give up their home, car and most of their possessions and spent their savings to travel around the world, exploring, volunteering and raising money for 14 (and counting) charitable projects…
Candace and I recently returned from the BlogHer Conference in New York. Thanks to the amazing generosity of Corolle Dolls, we were able to have a booth at the BlogHer conference!
I am so grateful for the opportunity to exhibit at BlogHer. During the conference, I spoke to hundreds of bloggers about the accomplishments of the five Bloganthropy Awards finalists, and we heard from bloggers about how they are using their influence to do good by supporting causes and charities they are passionate about on their blogs, Twitter and Facebook accounts.