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I've been guilty over my lifetime of "mindless giving"...giving money to organizations who just keep asking for more. I don't think that's the best use of my funds any longer. I believe in tithing time, talent, love and dollars to organizations that teach people how to fish, not just ask for more fish every chance they get. This section will expand with your help.  Avon, … [Read more...]

Avon, Idaho Busy Bees Club | avon busy bees

Avon Idaho Quilt Raffle 2009

Avon Busy Bees: The Avon Community Busy Bee Club began in the 1920's and has consistently met one or more times each month up to present time. Some believe that the Busy Bees club is the oldest of its kind in Latah, County where we live. The Avon Busy Bees club meets once a month either at their clubhouse or at individual member’s homes. New members are invited to join but … [Read more...]

Pay it Forward

If you haven't seen the movie, Pay it Forward, please do. Pay it Forward Movie Review: Young Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment of the Sixth Sense), troubled by his mother's alcoholism (played by Helen Hunt of the movie Always) and fears of his abusive but absent father, is caught up by an intriguing assignment from his new social studies teacher, Mr. Simonet (Kevin Spacey … [Read more...]

Random Acts of Kindness

Random Acts of Kindness

This is the page to share your Random Acts of Kindness! Just email me your story and I'll post it here. Good luck! Denice drmoffat@NaturalHealthTechniques.com Reading the book Random Acts of Kindness gave me more ideas to expand on what I was already doing. I noticed that when I asked someone what random acts of kindness they had received, often they did not even to … [Read more...]

Share the Health

Often in a practice such as mine people get to me after they have expended all of their resources, and naturopathy is not covered by many insurance companies (although the Blue Cross Cafeteria Plan is readily accepted and there are lots of FLEX plans and Medical Savings Accounts that accept natural medicine as well.)  This is common with cancer cases, special needs children, … [Read more...]

SNAP Exercise

We did this exercise when we moved to Sedro-Woolley, Washington. The results were not quite what we had expected. After making contact with about 10 different groups, I was totally bummed. They all just sat there and refused to get involved! When we asked them what we could help them with and if they had any questions, the most common question was, "I don't get it…what do YOU … [Read more...]

The Butterfly Project


I first met Carole Peccorini at a Miracle Mastery Conference in January of 2006. She was selling these beautiful blue butterflies. I was really attracted to their beauty, but when she told her story, I was sold… Carole Peccorini, a nurse from Sonoma, California, recently joined a MannaRelief team on a journey to distribute health-giving glyconutrients and vitamins to … [Read more...]

The Heifer Project

Heifer Mission & Work Around the World Heifer International has a unique and successful approach to ending hunger and poverty. Since 1944, Heifer has provided food and income-producing animals and training to millions of resource-poor families in 115 countries.  Giving microcredit in the form of livestock promotes self-reliance, which builds self-esteem and … [Read more...]

Your Favorite Causes

I'm always looking for tithing projects to invest in where the money I give makes a huge difference by somehow reproducing itself many times.  Do you know of other organizations that "teach people how to fish" instead of just asking for money over and over and coming up short every year? Do you have a favorite book that talks about an organization that does great works for the … [Read more...]