You can watch tonight’s Graceland lighting celebration on the Graceland Cam. The event will support the American Red Cross.
From now until Dec. 10, you can send holiday cards to American service members, their families and veterans all over the world.
How do you feel? Are you comfortable giving via the social web?
Have you sent your well-wishes to a service member yet this year?
Last year on Cyber Monday consumers spent nearly $890 million dollars online. Imagine the difference we could make if just a fraction of that money was spent on responsible, meaningful holiday gifts.
You can hold a card-making event for the 2010 Holiday Mail for Heroes program.
Spaghetti, Dick van Dyke, Foodie survival kits, cake wrecks, and a young conductor in today’s edition of What We’re Reading.
Holiday Mail For Heroes is back for a fourth year! The American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes will collect holiday cards from regular citizens all across the country and distribute them to service members, veterans, and their families.
We invite you to send holiday cards to military men and women, veterans and their families in hospitals, rehab centers and even overseas.