On Ten Dollar Tuesday, Alison decided to put in her $10 that she usually gives away to a charity to support the Champions for Kids and Colgate efforts. Donation bins were set up in Walmart locations where customers could also support by giving toothbrushes. Click here to read more!
Debbie is a former teacher and active volunteer in her community. She took on this project and decided to start new efforts to help children in need in Arkansas. Click here to read more.
As a mom, Rachel does her best to teach the importance of dental hygiene as well as the art of giving. She participated as part of homeschooling citizenship and acts of service. Rachel decided to donate to Donate Inc. to a family in Mexico. Click here to read more!
Children’s dental health is a passion of Tomi’s. Her family uses Colgate. She uses Colgate Prevident 5000, an Rx product. Read here to learn more about her giving story.
Kelcie feels passionately about serving the world around her. She finds that the SSP is so easy that she has no excuse for not getting involved. “I mean, a service project you can fit into your weekly Walmart trip? Talk about easy!” Read here to learn how she became more involved.
Mackenzie worked with Galveston Urban Ministries. She was very excited to give the Easter packs to children in their after-school program. Her boys helped create the Easter packs and were excited and wanted to give them right away. Click here to read more.
Service is something that Kaysi truly believes in. She wanted to teach her kids about serving so she had them do the shopping. They immediately went to SpongeBob and Dora. They used washi tape to decorate the bags. They donated to a center for abused children in a nearby town. To read more of her story, click here.
Emmi loves participating in SSP and giving back to the community along with showing her children the importance of helping those who many not be as blessed. To read more, click here.
Kristina shows her kids know how important it is to take care of your teeth. Her daughter was excited to pick out Dora and Spongebob toothbrushes and toothpate because they are two of her favorite characters so she knew kids in need would enjoy them. Kristina donated to Haven for Hop. To learn more of her story, click here.
When Summer heard about the project she knew she wanted to get her family involved! It’s important as a parent to show your kids how to do service. She asked her son to pick out toothbrushes for boys and girls. They grabbed Spongebob, Transformers and Dora. She donated to the Christmas Box House. Click here to read more.