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spice is a rescue dog who became a service dog after she was saved and trained by freedom service dogs. read how spice helps her owner with post-traumatic stress.
we know, we know: with so many colors to choose from, it's hard to pick the perfect glassybaby.
well, our glassybaby family is here to help, by sharing with you our "12 colors of christmas." that means that every day between now and christmas, one member of our glassybaby family will introduce their favorite color, here on our blog. maybe it will help you choose your next beautiful gift.
elephants represent the things we love most about life: beauty, a culture of community, and strength to overcome any obstacles. read our newest blog to discover the impact of your glassybaby giving for wild african elephants.
John Leggott's passion is palpable. he has gone through a lot to make the perfect red glass. it took he and his company, gaffer glass, 5 years to perfect the recipe, and yet the process is so meticulous and precise that it only comes out right half the time. “it’s almost impossible, and it doesn’t get easier,” says Mr. Leggott.
...she would probably deny it, but we think it's safe to say that she received her doctorate in hope.
"how do we prevent the zip code a child is born in from determining the quality of their future?"
peninsula family service, one of glassybaby's november giving partners, believes that the answer is early learning for preschoolers.
the candle drifted on the surface of the pool, flame flickering, rippling wake behind, as it moved across the whole length of the swimming pool. then it floated there, right in front of the boy. he stood up and brought the candle back to the far side of the pool, then sat back down. again, the candle floated with unnatural speed back to his side...
"To wield a camera gives a sense of control," while their young lives are otherwise full of endless medical procedures, every day.
The Free Clinic’s hallmark has always been its willingness to serve anyone, without ever passing judgment. This has proven extremely helpful for vulnerable patients, many of whom feel stigmatized by mainstream society, and therefore reluctant to seek help.
Have you ever watched a documentary that made you cry?