Giving Tuesday!

Hi Everyone!

I know this weekend has been full of shopping and sales and deals, but I wanted to take a second to change the subject and focus on something even better today. Today is “Giving Tuesday” and I wanted to share with you all a few non-profits that are near and dear to my heart.

ALSO – Paypal is matching 1% of every donation made! Please use PayPal to donate if you can! Here is the link:


First one is “H.O.M.E”, It’s an acronym for “Health Outreach to the Middle East” and they are a Christian Medical Missions organization that focuses on providing medical assistance in the impoverished areas in the Middle East. Ted and I went with them on a mission trip a few years ago and I was absolutely moved just seeing the areas that everyone lives in and honestly, it just puts everything in perspective here and I just love the hearts of those people there. My Father-In-Law is the founder of this organization, and 100% of proceeds go straight to the mission field!

Here is a link to donate:

More information about H.O.M.E. is here:

A 2nd Cup

Another one that I’ve just recently come across, and is actually where I am donating my clothes to, is an organization here called “A 2nd Cup”.  As some of you might know, Houston is a major hub for human trafficking and there are so many organizations trying to bring awareness and fight the cause.

“A 2nd Cup” is a non-profit coffee shop doing their part to fight human-trafficking. As a coffee shop they raise awareness about human-trafficking occurring in Houston and provide a place in the community where people can gather and take positive action against trafficking. They also raise funds to support aftercare solutions for survivors of human-trafficking, including counseling, mentoring, work-experience and education.

For instance, the clothes that I donate will go straight to survivors of human-trafficking victims, but they provide so much more. I hope you will help as well!

Here is a link to donate:

More information about “A 2nd Cup” is here:

Kids Meals

Ok just one more! I went to an event for “Kids Meals” and didn’t realize the number of children 5 years and younger at risk of experiencing food insecurity is 21.4% in the U.S.!! Guys, my heart melted and it hurts to think that my belly is full but there are children who don’t know when their next meal will be. There will be more information below on their mission and I hope you will do what you can!

Here is a link to Donate:

More information about “Kids Meals”:

Love you all and thanks for taking the time to read all this!!