Most coaches/consultants/trainers/speakers focus on the wrong end first. I call it the myth of the field of dreams. They believe that if they focus on what they do first, and become good at it, then everyone in the world will want what they do.
There’s a number of ways for you to get involved. My favorite, by far, has been actually going to United Family Services’ Shelter for Battered Women to host a birthday party with two of my friends and their children.
Several investigations have been done and here are the results of one done by Inside Edition. An inside investigation has found that supermarket shopping cart trolleys can place shoppers including children and babies to a large amount of baby wash basins droppings from chickens and meat and even children.
Without knowing exactly what you need, I’ll break this down by the 3 major phases I see entrepreneurs go through and a solution (or two) I know of that is one of the best in that category.
Picture books are another item which the child can use if he is more than two year old. These are a great way of learning when for the young babies. Small packets of snacks can also be added to the basket. Things like fruit cups, cakes, or small boxes of cereals which are very healthy for the baby can also be added.
What started as a family service project in 2005 quickly morphed into a thriving non-profit that has celebrated birthdays with more than 2,000 local homeless children. Year round, the founders, John and Amy Cervantes, and their team of die-hard volunteers host one birthday party per month for all the birthday children at each of the seven shelters they serve, in addition to providing 25 to 30 classroom birthday parties each month in more than 20 area schools. Birthday Blessings also provides “blessing baskets” to celebrate the arrival of homeless babies, while supplementing their basic needs. Blessing baskets are given to parents of babies and young toddlers as they arrive at the housing facilities Birthday Blessings serves. Each laundry basket is filled with baby care essentials and gift items.