PUBLISHED JAN 1, 2019

Guide to Giving Inspiration

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So you want to be better in the New Year. We're here for that. But there are different ways to do it – you could give your time, your skills, or your money. These Skimm'rs know what's up. Here's some inspiration to get your giving on...


For when you’re not done planning parties…

Jenna Edwards has an idea. She founded For a Day Foundation – a non-profit that helps cheer up kids with cancer by hosting parties for them. So far, they’ve helped more than 7,000 children. Learn more here.


For when you want to focus on education this year…

Beth Awalt knows how you can spend your money. She's the co-founder and co-director of Starfish Foundation - an org that brings scholarships, tutoring, and leadership development skills to students in Ecuador. Learn more here.


For when you want to save the tatas….

Stacey Tank is here to help. She's an executive board member at Bright Pink – a non-profit that focuses on early detection and prevention. And wants to empower you to know the risks and take action around breast and ovarian cancer. Learn more here.


For when you want to give back to science…

Saniya Waghray gets it. The power of science, that is. She's a founding board member of BSTEM, which helps young women up their Business and STEM skills. Learn more here.


For when you want to do good with your mom...

You can also help out some other mamas too. Katie Carey Nivard works for Mama Hope - a nonprofit that supports education, health, and women's empowerment projects. It's working on building a maternal health clinic in Uganda. Learn more here.


For when you're trying to up your donation game...

Emily Kramer-Golinkoff wants your help. She's the founder of Emily's Entourage, an org that's looking for medical breakthroughs for people with a rare form of cystic fibrosis. Learn more here.

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