Stories

Some call it stories. Others call it a blog. But here you will find nuggets of goodness to use and -- you guessed it -- SHARE!

Volunteering for Crazy Busy People: Sow Much Good

Volunteering can happen even when you’re crazy busy! Check out this quick opportunity to do good:

Nonprofit: Sow Much Good

When: Tuesday or Wednesday mornings, 9-12AM (spend all 3 hours, or just what you can spare)

Where: Sunset Road Urbam Farm or Hubbard Road Production Farm

Who: Great for individuals, kids 10 and up welcome when accompanied by an adult

VOLUNTEERING FOR CRAZY BUSY PEOPLE: Humane Society of Charlotte

Volunteering can happen even when you’re crazy busy! Check out this quick opportunity to do good:

Nonprofit: Humane Society of Charlotte's annual Pet Palooza Festival and 2K Dog Walk

When: Ongoing team with final event on April 18th

Where: Flexible. Limited meetings and most tasks can be done from home or work except the day of the event.

Who: Individual

Your favorite post from December

We had fun with this post about Rescue Ranch, and it looks like you did too! Here's the reader's favorite from December:

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.  William Shakespeare

Has your child ever seen a fish swimming in a pond? What about a chicken clucking and pecking around a yard? The answer is probably yes. But there are kids in Charlotte who have not, and as a result they may have little connection to or awareness of the natural world.

2 years old and still having fun!

Time flies when you’re having fun!

We blinked and SHARE Charlotte turned 2 years old last month. In that time we have had the privilege of connecting people all over this city with hundreds of nonprofits. The depth and diversity of the nonprofit work being done here is mind-boggling. It has become obvious that there truly is a role for everyone to play to contribute to our beautiful city!

VOLUNTEERING FOR CRAZY BUSY PEOPLE: Hope House Foundation

Volunteering can work even when you’re crazy busy! Check out this quick opportunity to do good:

Nonprofit: Hope House Foundation

When: Flexible

Where: At nonprofit’s location

Who: Individuals or groups, 18 and up

Why: Hope House provides a comfortable home environment and support services for women and children who are homeless in the Lake Norman area.

What you’ll do: Sort donations

Share With Us!

We have so much great news to share from our nonprofit partners about their amazing work. But, we'd love to hear from you. Let us know if you have stories you'd like to tell and we'll make you a guest blogger!!