The month of February is all about showing love to those you care about. While the way in which you do so may be different than in previous years, the impact is just as resounding. Connect with your loved ones, even those you may have not met yet, and continue to spread goodness and light through this coming year. Whether it’s encouraging a high school senior or supporting our furry friends at the Carolina Tiger Rescue, we could all use a little extra love!
2020 was by no means a stress-free year for many of us. With the arrival of the New Year, as calendars reset, take the opportunity to reset your intentions as well. The art of crafting and upholding resolutions at the beginning of a new year can be complex. For 2021, make your resolution one that gives back to your community. There are still ways to volunteer safely, ensuring your well-being and the well-being of those you will be helping along the way. We have compiled a list of a few local organizations still seeking volunteer assistance. That said, please feel free to share other unlisted opportunities you may be privy to!
Ah, it’s finally that time of the year when we can all hit the reset button on future goals and milestones we’d like to achieve in the next 12 months. Whatever did not get accomplished in 2019 is in the past. For many, the same goals are set year after year with little desire to make real progress. What if you could get started today? Whatever your goal is, there is a resource in Chatham County to achieve it.
“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” – Martin Luther King Jr. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – Just a few miles from my house in Monterrane is the wild and beautiful Haw River. One of the most beautiful things about it is the Haw River Assembly, a non-profit citizen’s group founded in 1982 to restore and protect the Haw River and Jordan Lake.
Right now, HRA is busily gearing up for their 21st annual Haw River Festival Learning Celebration, and they could use your help. Read more