Making a Difference

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Anna here with a great way you can help kids in their fight with cancer. We were compensated for our time in writing this post but all opinions are those of the writer. Do you […]


ONE Goat Campaign

ONE and Heifer International have partnered up this holiday season to send goats to impoverished African families and you can help provide hope! Each goat can provide enough milk to provide a family enough income […]

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Jennifer, 5 Minutes for Mom’s assistant, shares her insight into the Nestle & Walmart’s fight against hunger, in this giveaway. This post is compensated but her opinions are her own. I hate to hear about kids, […]



Jennifer here — Last year there was a horrendous tornado that ripped through a town close to where we live. There was tons of devastation and families were torn apart. It was sickening. My daughter […]



This post was submitted by Sarah. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month and throughout the year, 5 Minutes for Mom encourages each and every one of you to play a role in […]



Here are 5 Minutes for Mom, we love jumping on board to help bring awareness for causes that raise funds to help families who are struggling with life debilitating diseases. We feel like that by […]

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It’s World Kindness Day today, a day that encourages individuals to overlook boundaries, race and religion. The World Kindness Day was introduced in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement and is observed in many countries, […]


Last month, ONE Moms traveled to Ethiopia to help share stories of hope and resilience. ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa, by raising […]


When is the last time you went food shopping? When is the last time that you threw away leftovers, expired food, or tossed another bag of that bagged salad that turned brown before you could […]


Today’s guest post is written by Kelli. Kelli just returned from a trip to Tanzania.     Someone told me not too long ago that Africa has a way of getting under your skin. “Once […]

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