One of the things that I love to do is community service. I constantly look for ways and opportunities to give back and to organize groups to serve the community. I truly believe that engaging in service is critical to living a full and complete life. Therefore, as my twins get older, I've been asking myself:
What can I do to start to plant the seeds of community service into the hearts of my children?
How can I begin to talk to them about community service?
What is the right age to start to encourage my children to participate in community service and what projects can they work on?
To help me to get the answers to these questions, I invited Marjorie Moore onto the Phenomenal Moms Podcast. Marjorie has 15 years of professional nonprofit organization management experience and has tons of experience helping families find the right service projects for their children.
In this podcast episode we discuss:
Check out the podcast episode to how to help your children get involved in community service. Also, this is a great post to help you to find ideas for how to serve during the holidays. Therefore, also check out the episode, "How to Spend Less Money, Have More Fun, and Have Less Stress This Holiday Season."
I can’t wait for you to listen to this episode!
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For the Love by Jen Hatmaker
Marjorie Moore is the President and CEO of MindsEye, a radio reading and audio description service that translates vision into audio for people who are blind and visually impaired. She’s also the producer and co-host of 501Crossroads, a podcast about nonprofits that examines the crossroads between people and the mission. Marjorie’s mother was a fundraiser, so she has been volunteering since she was old enough hand out candies to party guests and has 15 years of professional nonprofit organization management experience. She is currently the president of the International Association of Audio Information Services, a member of several networking and educational associations. Marjorie is a proud recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award and a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. She lives in the St. Louis area with her dog Marcus and spends her free time crocheting, baking, and wine tasting.
Aisha Taylor is a single mom of twins, personal financial coach, work from home entrepreneur, and #1 Amazon Best Selling Author of the book “5+5 FNPhenomenal Ways to Save $100 This Week Without Killing Your Lifestyle.” Aisha has been featured in ESSENCE, Jet Magazine, and Black Enterprise. She is also the Founder of FNPhenomenal (Frugal –n- Phenomenal), a movement designed to help single moms create a vision for their lives, craft a financial strategy to support that vision, and show them that phenomenal living is possible. It’s time for you to be Financially Phenomenal!