Giving Back Has Never Been So Easy Thanks To Yahoo! & Girls For A Change

The following is a post sponsored by Yahoo! Every time someone clicks here to make Yahoo! their homepage, they’re showing their support for Girls For A Change.

I was selected for this opportunity by Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do.

As busy parents we are forever running around, jotting the next appointment off our agenda and chauffeuring our children to and from various activities, school functions and shopping trips. It’s tough to find the time and energy to give back to my community as I’m forever ‘giving’ to my own family, but I’m always trying to figure out a way to make a bit of a difference, whether it be something simple like volunteering or helping out a friend. Compared to the mega charity work so many others are doing, these little gestures may seem insignificant, but you would be surprised at how something small can go a long way.

Now, let me ask you, what if you could make a huge difference by simply changing your ‘home’ page on your internet browser? I’m talking BIG as in raising $10,000 big!

“Girls For A Change” is a national organization who is empowering young girls to create social change. They are doing incredible work by inspiring girls to have the voice, ability and problem solving capacity to speak up, be decision makers, create visionary change and realize their full potential. By coming up with social change projects and tackling issues in their local neighborhoods, girls are making a big difference in their own communities.

Clever Girls Collective has teamed up with Yahoo!, who has agreed to donate $10 to Girls For A Change (GFC) for each and every person who simply clicks here to make Yahoo! their homepage by July 1. How awesome is that? They will donate up to $10,000 just for having you use their site!

I use Yahoo! daily for reading news content, keeping up to date with world news and of course, searching the web, so this is a super easy way for me to make a difference while going on with my everyday duties. If you want to join in please click here, it only takes a second and you’ll be making a difference in the lives of young women and nationwide communities.

*This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and views listed above are mind and mine alone.*