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Social Good Moms Spread Peace and Kindness For a Great Cause

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Ten Social Good Moms have worked on the Martin Richard Bridge Builder campaign presented by generationON and sponsored by Hasbro. The campaign is in honor of Martin Richard, the eight-year-old who was tragically killed when the second of two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon in 2013.

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Social Good Moms are spreading peace, good deeds, and kindness to their friends, readers, and followers, and most importantly, to their children.

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Featured Social Good Mom: Nicole Melancon

I believe strongly in giving back and the power of using my voice to promote change. The more I see of the world, the more I understand how critical it is to help improve the lives of others in need. Joining Social Good Moms has changed my life.  It has opened my eyes to issues that I never knew existed and has made me realize that together as a community we have a voice and we can help people around the world by using it on social media.  It is a powerful feeling!

Nicole Melancon

Featured Social Good Mom: Liz Cleland

IMG_20150805_191718Why do you enjoy being a member of Social Good Moms?

I love reaching out and connecting with other moms who have the same values and views towards life.

Why do you believe in doing good through social media?

I always say my son has to grow up in the community we reside in.

Liz Cleland

Moms’ Best Breastfeeding Advice for World Breastfeeding Week #WBW2015

This week Social Good Moms’ members will share their best breastfeeding advice. Today’s advice is from Alicia Vanatta. Follow her at @blogger4fun2011.

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Don’t give up just because people may not want you to breastfeed. I formula fed my first 2 children, and am 11 weeks in nursing my son. It’s a tough first month but once you make it past 2 – 3 weeks of nursing, you’ll feel like a pro! Whether you pump or just nurse with no bottles, keep it up! You are doing what is truly best for your baby’s health. It’s a bond like no other and you will have more one on one time with baby as a mother.

Featured Member: Desiree Miller

des miller bio picI believe in using my blog for social good because I consider it my responsibility to improve the lives of others if given the opportunity.  If even one reader sees my message and takes action, it’s worth my time and effort on the blog.  Plus, it feels good to do good.

Desiree Miller