Everhart Museum hosts new fundraiser – Diwali – Festival of Lights

The Everhart Museum will host a new fundraiser, Diwali – the Festival of Lights. Diwali is an ancient festival observed around the world by Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, and Jains. It is a colorful and joyous time when family, friends, food, and a display of lights herald good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. It celebrates traditions, rituals, and family. Attire: Colorful!

AIDS Ride for Life 2019

The AIDS Ride For Life is our 21st annual fully supported cycling event around Cayuga Lake in Upstate New York. Challenge yourself – choose to Ride 14, 24, 42, 69, 90 or 102 miles…or choose our indoor cycling option! We have seven pit stops before our finish line. Ride for the mission, the thrill, the athletic challenge, the fab food. Whatever your reason, you will enjoy one of the most memorable times of your life.

Join the #GivingTuesday Movement

Giving Tuesday is a global social event that follows the widely recognized shopping occasions Black Friday and Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday, November 28, will be a day unlike those buying-oriented days right after Thanksgiving. It’s a way to kick off the charitable season–the season of giving. It’s a day dedicated to getting involved in your local community. Whether it’s a donation of your time, money, or voice, we hope everyone will take part and give towards the organizations that are changing the community for the better.

Adventures in Learning | Charity

Talking to kids about charity can be tough, but research shows that talking about charity is more effective than role-modeling. PBS Parents presents Adventures in Learning with Jennifer Cooper! https://youtu.be/p29dKpHnPjQ

THE SET UP
Talking Points: Kids often operate from a center of self so talk to them about how their actions will affect others. For instance saying, “When we raise money for this charity, the money will go to kids who need medicine so they will get healthy” will have more of an impact than, “because it’s the right thing to do.” Both are true, but one helps frame it in a relatable way. Keeping the Conversations Rolling: Bob Stains, from The Family Dinner Project offers these conversation starters to help inspire fun, thoughtful conversations about giving.