Category: Health

Miss Maria’s School of Dance taps into their talents to give back

Students are devoted to Miss Maria’s School of Dance in Watertown, MA because of the wonderful dance teachers and the instruction is top notch. Another reason to be a part of their community? They think about the world outside of their studio walls. Just two examples among many…last September dancers surprised a lifelong Watertown resident at her 87th birthday party who… Read more →

Recording artist Sia supports #endHIV

Performing artists have the power to channel proceeds from song sales, concert tickets, and merchandise to targeted issues. The amazing Sia has taken advantage of this unique opportunity by releasing the song and video “Free Me” featuring the incredibly talented Zoe Saldana. Julianne Moore contributes by narrating the beginning of the story, where Saldana’s pregnant character learns she has HIV, that… Read more →

Kent Bazemore of the Atlanta Hawks aims to motivate and inspire the next generation of leaders.

Athletes have the potential to make an impact on young people in a unique way. Kids (and adults!) look up to athletes, especially those who put some focus on giving to those in need. Kent Bazemore is one such athlete. As a professional basketball player with the Atlanta Hawks, Kent has a deep understanding of the role sports has played… Read more →

Spanx founder Sara Blakely creates The Belly Art Project

Spanx founder Sara Blakely created The Belly Art Project. As Sara describes it, this is part book, part movement. Every Mother Counts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother, will receive 100% of the proceeds! This is just one project of the Sara Blakely Foundation. To learn more click on the picture. Read more →