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Extended Stay America has partnered with the American Cancer Society to give hope to children battling cancer with Hope, a teddy bear.
For more than 50 years, CHOC Children’s Hospital has provided the very latest life-saving medical treatments to Southern California’s kids. From pioneering new surgical techniques for the tiniest babies to opening Orange County’s only pediatric-focused trauma center, CHOC has always been at the forefront of providing compassionate, state-of-the-art patient- and family-centered care.
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We are super excited to hear that once again Knott’s Berry Farm is partnering with Susan G Komen Orange County to offer a special “Pink Ticket” and merchandise, from January 4th through March 18, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Susan G Komen Orange County.
Last year I told you about World Vision as a great way to give to your friends and give back to the community. This year I am here again to remind you that you have the opportunity to help kids around the world while you do your Christmas shopping.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Alberstsons/Safeway. All opinions expressed are my own.
Did you know that one in five children in America live in a household without consistent access to adequate food? This means that in your child classroom there might be at least one child that might not be fortunate enough to have three meals and snacks available everyday.