Some call it stories. Others call it a blog. But here you will find nuggets of goodness to use and -- you guessed it -- SHARE!

Preparing for the Summer: Boys and Girls Club Summer Programming

Written by Alyssa Wilson, University of Lynchburg Bonner Intern 

Summer is around the corner and with that comes summer vacation for local children in the Greater Lynchburg area. At SHARE, we are launching a summer camps landing page where camps and day programs will be available in one place, along with organizations who offer scholarships for their programs so that all children are able to have a place to go. 

Birth in Color LYH: A Conversation with Miosha McDaniel


written by Alyssa Wilson, University of Lynchburg Bonner Intern

Birth in Color LYH is an impactful organization that serves mothers and babies of color through their pregnancy and postpartum journeys. SHARE Greater Lynchburg sat down with Miosha McDaniel, one of Birth in Color’s doulas, this week to talk more about the organization and the impacts its making on the community of Lynchburg. 


The Listening, Inc.: A Conversation with Angelina Randolph


We sat down with Angelina Randolph, the Co-Executive Director of Operations and Outreach for The Listening, Inc. The mission of The Listening, Inc. is to engage, change, and save lives through the performing arts through community engagement and youth programming.

Building Bridges Productions Inc. Hosts 2nd Annual Talent Showcase

Written by Alyssa Wilson, University of Lynchburg Bonner Intern 

Building Bridges Productions Inc. will be hosting their Second Annual Talent Showcase and Fundraiser next Saturday, Nov. 12th to showcase young local talent and award winners with scholarships. 

This organization was started by Janice Benejan in March 2016. “It was an inspiration because I remembered going through school and never having the opportunities to attend a performance club or anything like that,” says Benejan. 

C.A.T.S Teams Up with Lynchburg DPT Program to Put Smiles on Children's Faces

Written by Alyssa Wilson~ University of Lynchburg Bonner Intern 

In 2014, a woman named Cathie Cummins, a retired therapist, saw a need in her community for free assistive technology like wheelchairs, for disabled children and their families. 

Cummins started a nonprofit organization out of her garage in that year that is now known as Children’s Assistive Technology Service (C.A.T.S.) and has served many children and families since. 

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