EverydayFamily Launches EverydayFamily CARES

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EverydayFamily.com hopes to raise awareness within its membership and inspire others to get involved with worthy causes.

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At EverydayFamily, Inc., we feel it’s important to nurture and reward the caring nature that already exists within our team members, and help channel it toward the communities where we live and work.

EverydayFamily.com (http://www.everydayfamily.com) leads by example through its newly launched program, EverydayFamily CARES, donating more than $95,000 to charities and organizations and volunteering hundreds of hours within its local communities each year. EverydayFamily.com hopes to raise awareness within its membership and inspire others to get educated, find a worthy cause and unite in giving back.

Every employee at EverydayFamily.com has selected a charity or organization carrying great personal weight as part of the EverydayFamily CARES initiative; and 100 percent of each donation made goes directly to those organizations for their individual causes.

“At EverydayFamily, Inc., we feel it’s important to nurture and reward the caring nature that already exists within our team members, and help channel it toward the communities where we live and work,” said Noah Anderson, CEO.

EverydayFamily.com was created to provide resources, support and guidance in an online community that brings diverse families together to share and to learn. EverydayFamily.com makes every effort to support charitable organizations - not only through monetary donations, but also through volunteer hours worked and awareness raised - in hopes of encouraging a spirit of community, as well as service within that community.

EverydayFamily.com hopes that its members will get to know some of these organizations, including Shriner’s, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Families Forward, St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital, Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, Toys for Tots, Life Path Hospice, Feeding America, the Alliance for Lupus Research and No More Tears, and find a cause that moves them to action. Growing families have much to gain from “growing good” in their community.

“In an economic environment that has left many charitable organizations scrambling to make up shortfalls in donations year after year, EverydayFamily.com and our employees have donated more time and money than ever to the deserving organizations that most resonate with them,” said EverydayFamily.com’s Director of Content, Shiloh Johnson.

About EverydayFamily.com:
EverydayFamily.com (EF) is a family driven website – in every sense – featuring a growing community of over three million members who share their everyday parenting experiences. EF is an online home and established resource for experts and parents who have advice and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from preconception, to preschool, and beyond. EF invites everyone to get comfortable and share stories, thoughts, advice, and opinions with other families. The editors at EF, as well as the entire EF community, are dedicated to providing daily content for families seeking advice, information, and support… and to giving back to the communities supporting us.

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