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The Giving Season

By Steve Majors Dec. 21, 2014

Parade Magazine offers up 35 ways to share your "time, talent or treasure... with veterans, seniors, kids, the hungry and Mother Nature" this holiday season. Communities In Schools is proud to be included on the list of organizations the publication is recommending to its more than 50 million readers.

Terin Valentine, a recent graduate from a Cardozo High School in DC, is pictured in the online story and will be seen in the special holiday insert being distributed nationwide on Sunday, December 21st.  Terin was also featured in our new video this year – Whatever It Takes. Our thanks to Parade and to all our supporters who help us put smiles on the faces of kids like Terin.