Washington County Mental Health Services is offering Wellness Wednesdays beginning September 28th at 4:30 pm. These free services are open to community members and include non-traditional services like acupuncture, massage, Reiki, sound healing, and more. New this session is mindfulness meditation.(more…)
National Life is committed to the cause of feeding children. According to the USDA, more than 38 million people, including 12 million children, in the United States are food insecure. The pandemic has increased food insecurity among families with children and communities of color, who already faced hunger at much higher rates than before the pandemic. Every community in the country is home to families who face hunger. But rural communities are hit especially hard.(more…)
In one short month, Do Good Fest Texas will light up Arlington.
The event will feature food trucks, a Nonprofit Village, a VIP Lounge, and live music featuring Gangstagrass, an infectious fusion of socially conscious hip hop and bluegrass musical virtuosity, along with an opening act to be announced.(more…)
We all know someone impacted by cancer. If we aren’t fighting the battle ourselves, we’ve been there to support friends, family, colleagues and even strangers.
So many great organizations exist that bring awareness and support to those in that fight and the National Life Foundation is proud to contribute to their efforts.(more…)
Saturday, June 19th is an important day in American history: it’s the day that officially commemorates the end of slavery. To recognize the holiday, National Life sponsored events in both Dallas and Burlington.
In Dallas, team members from recruiting, distribution, actuarial, legal, and contact center were on hand at Fair Park Cotton Bowl Plaza, spreading the Do Good word. Event goers were treated with National Life branded swag (including cold popsicles!) and were invited to learn more about our BUILD initiative, as well as our current open positions.(more…)
We are heartbroken by news of the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and our thoughts are with the teachers, parents, and students affected by this tragedy.
In 2018, LifeChanger Brian Copes approached us with a challenge: “We need to change the way we approach violence in schools.”
In partnership with Brian and other teacher leaders across the country, National Life helped found and fund the National Coalition for Safe Schools. NCSS is a teacher-led initiative that believes the best way to create safer and healthier schools and communities is to proactively address the root causes of violence and other negative behaviors.
There is so much more work that we need to do, and we can’t do it alone. Join our coalition and contribute to the national conversation about how to prevent school violence at www.notinmyschool.com
Sixteen teams came together in Montpelier to run or walk in this year’s Corporate Cup recently. Hosted by the Vermont Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, the Corporate Cup went virtual during the pandemic. This year the event was hybrid and drew thousands to the state house lawn.(more…)