This year, the Montpelier / Roxbury Public Schools Partners in Education (MRPS PIE) and Montpelier Alive are teaming up with local partners to bring you a better-than-ever Halloween Fall Festival and Fun Run on Sunday, October 31st!(more…)
Do you live in or around Montpelier? Donate nonperishable food or hygiene products to the Do Good Cupboard on Barre St. (the cupboard is being emptied faster than we can restock it).
Want to build and install your own Do Good Cupboard? Or do you have a larger donation you’d like to make to help those who are struggling with hunger? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When we work together we can #endhunger.
Our charitable foundation dedicated itself to addressing childhood hunger several years ago. And it’s determined to go after the problem in as many different ways as possible.
So, as we observe Hunger Action Awareness Month in September, we thought we would focus on the increasing support we’ve provided to Vermont-based community action agency.(more…)
By Beth Rusnock, Director of Community Relations
In 1955, a young, recently married man named Daniel Fuss was searching for a life insurance policy. Much to his dismay, no carriers would insure him including one represented by his best friend’s father. They didn’t want to “take a chance,” said Dan, on a person who was about to enter the Naval flight academy.
Then he learned about a company called National Life.(more…)
Compliance’s Karolyn Bailey is doing a lot of good for children in Tarrant County, Texas. That’s because she’s a regular volunteer for a local chapter of the Royal Family Kids Camp, an organization that partners with Texas Child Protective Services to help abused and neglected children get back on their feet.(more…)
National Life is proud to support Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR), a non profit business association that works to create positive social and environmental impacts throughout the state.
As a part of our partnership with VBSR, we’re granted access to some fantastic networking and learning opportunities. Take a look at what’s coming up, and if anything strikes your fancy, feel free to register at the link provided.(more…)
This team of Do Gooders volunteered a few weeks ago at The North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier. Dawn Rivers, Megan Wright, Chris Manning, and Kelly Fournier worked hard pulling bamboo shoots, and planting trees. They also helped set up a large tent to keep folks dry during events held on site.(more…)