“One More Gift Left!”

st-jude_28258174044_oWith all the hustle and bustle of last minute holiday shopping, it can be difficult to slow down and enjoy the small joys of this special time. My most cherished holiday memories are setting up the Christmas tree, taking the kids to get pictures with Santa, and my family sitting on the couch in pajamas watching movies. The greatest gift I receive every year is simply time with my family.

This season, I’m asking you to add one more gift to your shopping list, St. Jude. Extend the holiday cheer to a family in need by donating to St. Jude children’s research hospital. In less than the time it takes to make a cup of hot cocoa, you can bring peace and goodwill to children battling cancer. With your generous donation, St. Jude can continue its mission of providing top tier research and medical care to kids at no cost to their families.  This true and thoughtful gift can bring peace of mind to a family in need. Please visit my St. Jude donor page to learn more about how to give a gift that keeps on giving.

 Wishing you and yours, a Wonderful Holiday Season.

Post By Len Thicklin


“GIVING What It Means to Give”

GRACE 600X600When you give, you give a little of yourself.  Giving can bring out the best in all of us.  So why aren’t we all giving more of ourselves?  The Christmas holidays season revolves around giving.

The giving season brings about many misconceptions about giving, and when left unchallenged, it can undermine the very acts of giving. When we give to one another or give money for good causes, we should consider giving more of ourselves while spending time with those we love above all.

So to make this holiday special try giving more of your time, talents and skills to those who need it, apart from giving money or gifts.

When you reflect on this holiday season, ask yourself, and reexamine your gift giving habits, and we might just discover that when appropriate give more of yourself, and we will discover, giving more make its possible to receive the largest blessing in return.

Post by Len Thicklin