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There’s more to Global Hug Your Kids Day than just giving your kiddos a hug or two. If you want to celebrate today, here are some fun ideas to get you started.
Thursday's field trip to Ashland's Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum proved to be a day full of science, technology and engineering for youth in the Completely KIDS program.
Setting goals is simple. We’ve all heard different phrases, acronyms and ways to properly set a goal for life. However, accomplishing goals can be a whole different task.
Pottawattamie County Community Foundation Director of Operations Kelly Dix, left, and PCCF President and CEO Donna Dostal, right, present Completely KIDS Program Manager Bill Heaston with a check for $500. The funding supports afterschool efforts at Catholic Charities Phoenix House, a domestic violence shelter in Council Bluffs.
Children in the Completely KIDS program at Stephen Center, with the help of adults living there, worked with local artist Kristin Pluhacek to create an interactive winged art piece.
Completely KIDS℠ is pleased to announce that United Way of the Midlands awarded a $232,000 grant to support the Completely KIDS afterschool program, family and mental health services, and weekend food program.
Do you want to make a difference and give back to your community this holiday week? Check out our list of volunteering ideas for you to try on the Fourth of July.
If you’re considering volunteering with a cause you care about in the community, consider the benefits you can receive. Here are the top eight benefits of volunteering.
If you try to live altruistically, then combating your own loneliness can play a vital role in how you serve others. Here’s how to overcome loneliness in everyday life.
Proceeds from Pinot, Pigs & Poets reached $400,000, event organizers announced today. In what has become one of Omaha’s premier wine and food events, Pinot, Pigs & Poets benefits the weekend and afterschool food programs of Omaha nonprofit Completely KIDS.
How can you continue to honor and respect the service men and women dedicated to protecting this nation? Here are six ways to show your support this Memorial Day.
Mentoring a child helps them to see unlimited possibilities for the future, learn something new and most importantly, realize that somebody cares about them.
While it might seem simple to say talents can help others, actually identifying your talents and putting them to good use can be a little bit more difficult.
If you strive to live an altruistic lifestyle, there are plenty of gifts you can give your loved one on Mother’s Day that also give back to others in the community.
Teenagers are our future; by building them up and encouraging them—even if they’re not our own children—we can create a better future for generations to come.