MVOB Featured on the CityPulse Columbus Website
We were honored recently to be the Charity Spotlight on the local website, CityPulse Columbus: Your Guide to Columbus.
The article about MVOB was written by Jonathan Edwards. Read it here
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MVOB to Participate in IMPACT Columbus October 17 Event
Join My Very Own Blanket in participating in the 2019 IMPACT Columbus event on October 17. IMPACT Columbus focuses on celebrating servant leadership in action. The purpose of this event is to inspire attendees with a local speaker who exemplifies servant leadership through their work, business, service and/or community impact.
This year’s local speaker is Sandy Doyle-Ahern, President at EMH&T, as she engages with attendees in an interview-style keynote as well as an interactive panel including IMPACT Columbus’ Chair Jamie Richardson and Co-Chair, Michael Corey.
Sandy, Jamie and Michael will explore ways that business, nonprofits and government can leverage their strengths to lift the Columbus community!
WHEN: Thursday, October 17, 2019
TIME: 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
WHERE: The Exchange at Bridge Park
6520 Riverside Drive | Dublin, Ohio 43017
Learn more and register to attend
The Blanket You Made Could Reach a Foster Child in a My Stuff Bag
We want to share with you a letter we received recently from Janeen Holmes, President/CEO of My Stuff Bags Foundation. We send some of the blankets you make to My Stuff Bags. They include a blanket in each bag that they provide to children in crisis.
Thank you for your compassion and concern for children in crisis. Your wonderful contribution of blankets will have an immediate impact on the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned children entering crisis shelters and foster care with no belongings and little hope.
My Stuff Bags send a profound message to hurting children—people care. Through the generosity of donors like you, providing childhood essentials and necessary funding, My Stuff Bags Foundation can genuinely say each bag is made with many loving hands. Together, when we provide a new blanket, stuffed animal and toiletry kit, along with fun toys, books and other great stuff, we can show a sad child in transition that they deserve the dignity of new possessions. We can restore their self-esteem and demonstrate that they are indeed part of a warm, loving family, the My Stuff Bags family.
We are very thankful that you have chosen to join us in our mission to reach out to children who so desperately need to know that others care. My Stuff Bags are a “lifeline” that lets them know they have not been forgotten. And we in turn will not forget your generosity and kindness.