Christopher Muggler Talk About Fostering or Adopting a Pet: Which is Right for You?

Chris David Muggler Indian Trail

INDIAN TRAIL, NC, UNITED STATES, April 3, 2020 / — Each year, approximately 6-7 million unwanted animals go to the shelter in the U.S. Most never come out again. Christopher David Muggler says it doesn’t have to be this way. Fostering a pet is another option if you don’t want to commit to owning one on a permanent basis. Here, Christopher Muggler talks about the benefits of fostering a pet and making a difference in an animal’s life.

“Maybe you can’t save them all,” begins Chris Muggler, “but you can save one.” Even if you’re not ready for pet ownership, fostering is a temporary solution that grants a reprieve to an animal in a moment of need and makes a huge difference to the life of that animal.

“I love to be a foster dog parent,” Christopher Muggler says with a smile. “Since I can’t commit to doing it year-round, fostering works out perfectly for me,” he says. However Christopher says fostering takes almost as much commitment as adopting. “It’s a job, but it’s an enjoyable job with a lot of love and hugs,” he says. It’s a way to help out the shelter and give a home to an animal that is waiting, he explains.

People foster for different reasons, he adds. Sometimes the shelter simply runs out of room and needs the extra space, he says. Rather than euthanize the animals, they’re placed into loving homes that agree to foster them until they’re adopted or for a predetermined amount of time, Chris Muggler explains.

In other cases, the animal may just be too young to be kept at the shelter, he says. When a mom disappears from a baby’s life, shelters can’t handle them if they’re too little. By agreeing to foster for a certain amount of time, you’re giving that baby a chance for life, he adds.

Other situations that might require foster care is if the animal isn’t used to being around other animals, Christopher David Muggler says. Fostering that animal allows it the opportunity to get used to being in a home and even get used to being around other gentle pets. This is called socializing the animal, Chris Muggler explains. The animal could also be too nervous to be around loud noises such as those found at the shelter, he says.

Some animals are coming in from the wild, he explains. With fostering, all the medical care is taken care of, but it may need a chance to get used to humans. The animal is thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, he says, so they make sure the pet is healthy enough to go into a home.

If you decide you want to adopt the animal, the foster parent is always given first choice, he says. “But the biggest reason I love fostering,” adds Chris David Muggler, “is that I get to give a little bit of happiness to an animal that might other not have it. To me, that’s worth everything.”

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Making Lockdown Fun During Family Dinner Time

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Family Table Time Free Offer

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During this coronavirus lockdown, Family Table Time (FTT) is making its software and activity tools available to the public for free for the next two months.

Every low income, middle income and high income needs Family Table Time.”

— Dr. Philip Zimbardo, Professor Emeritus of Stanford University


Making Lockdown Fun During Family Dinner Time

Orlando, FL, April 3, 2020 – During this coronavirus lockdown, Family Table Time (FTT) is making its software and activity tools available to the public for free for the next two months.

A family that eats together-plays together-talks together-stays healthier together, which is exactly what prompted the Kimball family to create Family Table Time. Weekly activities take place at your dinner table and include topics like child enriching subjects like patriotism, self-control, gratitude, dealing with bullies, pride, and over 50 more!

It is a tool for family time to help parents right now while they are at the stay at home order and be even better parents, including tips and options for dealing with difficult scenarios and conversations with their children.

A Family Table Time annual investment is typically only $60. During this special time, Family Table Time is providing the system both in English and Spanish for two months at no charge. Watch this video showing the benefits of Family Table Time in action today and how to get it for free!

Families are too busy and even more stressed today, and everything is happening so much faster. Electronic digital devices like smartphones and tablets are monopolizing both our children’s and our parents’ time and lives. Family Table Time will change this and bring your family together.

The family picks a special meal each week for an Family Table Time activity. This simple to use activity (including suggested cooking, eating, weekly Family Table Time discussion topics/memory makers, and move/play/exercise activities) arrives by email and provides everything needed to help parents create a successful family event.

Experts including Dr. Philip Zimbardo, American Psychologist and Professor Emeritus of Stanford University, have endorsed Family Table Time as a result of the improvement generated in family communication, and as a result of more evident fun among families!

Other start up materials include a “Count Me In” secure family agreement, Family Mission Statement, and a “Talking Torch” to help take turns. The benefits in children are significant, with parents sharing that their children became more “confident”, “personable”, “loyal”, “caring” and “determined”.

Participating families have built greater trust among parents, children and their siblings. Family Table Time has a year’s worth of activities broken up month to month with weekly printable materials that may be ordered at

Now is the time to start building and strengthening your family bonds and memories that will last a lifetime. During this challenging time – Family Table Time is FREE – and with no obligation. Visit the website now.

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Nationally Known Homeschool Speakers Offer Support Amid Pandemic

GRAY, CA, USA, April 2, 2020 / — Over thirty states have extended their initial school closings dates with at least seven states mandating closure through the end of the school year. With varying requirements for school districts across the nation, Oklahoma’s state board of education is mandating that all students continue their education with online learning, stating that this is the best way to educate students while their schools are closed.

The mandate occurred not long after a press conference in which President Trump recommended that “all Americans, including the young and healthy, work to engage in schooling from home when possible” (Edweek).

To help balance work and family while working remotely, companies are offering their employees support and advice through Zoom sessions and daily emails. Additionally, teachers are guiding their students through this transition either through weekly or daily contact.
Parents, businesses, and school systems are pulling together all possible resources to keep their heads above water during the COVID-19 pandemic, many even turning to homeschool organizations such as The Old Schoolhouse® for advice. The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine publisher Gena Suarez confirms, “Millions of parents have found themselves unexpectedly homeschooling in one form or another. We are getting questions. We are getting new signups daily over at What’s a family to do under lockdown? They’re all looking for answers.” To help provide these answers on a large scale, Suarez is hosting a free webinar on April 9.

Actress and radio show host Sam Sorbo will be joining Suarez and The Old Schoolhouse® for a Home Education: Am I Really Qualified? webinar. As the author of They’re Your Kids: An Inspirational Journey From Self-doubter to Home School Advocate, Sam resonates with the skeptical parent unsure about the journey ahead. One day she was sending her children to a highly ranked public school, the next she was taking on a new role, as their teacher, at home.

Other sessions for this live webinar include, Am I Qualified to Teach? by Hal and Melanie Young, Expectations/Keeping It Real by Todd Wilson, From Public School to Homeschool by HSLDA’s Dan Beasley, Curriculum for a Month by’s Leigh Morrison, along with several other nationally known homeschool speakers. Complimentary access to online curriculum and print homeschooling material will be provided to eligible participants of this event. Limited seating is available at

As the country explores options during the current pandemic, those who have homeschooled for decades are offering their time and resources to help, while parents who have been thrust into an unexpected predicament are finding answers.

About The Old Schoolhouse®
The Old Schoolhouse® ( is a privately held corporation that publishes the industry-leading homeschool education print magazine, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, as well as hundreds of books and planning support tools for homeschooling families., a division of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, supports over 9,000 member families with more than 450 courses for preschool through high school, as well as educational videos, World Book Online, transcripts, report cards, planning tools, and recordkeeping. Established in 2001, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is focused on providing high-quality, encouraging, affordable solutions for homeschooling families.

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SCA Continues to Show Compassion in Time of COVID-19 with Website, Call Center Including First Responder Specific Needs

Board Certified Chaplains are Responding to Calls and Communications to Provide Spiritual Comfort, Support During These Uncertain Times

SCA is honored to now be able to provide profession-specific spiritual care for First Responders. This would include all police, fire, EMS and chaplains in the field.”

— SCA President and CEO the Rev. Eric J. Hall

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 2, 2020 / — Spiritual Care Association has expanded their new website, A Time for Compassion, at It is populated with advice and guidance to alleviate fears and anxieties during this national crisis.

SCA is also offering people the chance to email or call and speak to a chaplain. This free service is available for members of the public.

In addition, SCA has now created a dedicated line and email for those working in the front lines of first response and health care, which is staffed by chaplains with unique expertise in these areas.

"SCA is honored to now be able to provide profession-specific spiritual care for First Responders. This would include all police, fire, EMS and chaplains in the field. We are also proving profession-specific support and spiritual care to health care providers," said SCA President and CEO the Rev. Eric J. Hall. "This is indeed a time for compassion. Chaplains have so much to offer at this moment. We can rise to this occasion and tend to the soul of the country and those on the front lines."

Chaplains help people in spiritual distress to identify and draw upon their sources of spiritual strength — regardless of religion or beliefs. They do not provide medical advice, rather they listen and offer spiritual comfort and support. Spiritual distress can affect one's whole being — body, mind, and spirit.

All the chaplains responding are board certified, vetted, and receive clinical supervision.

If you are a member of the public, a first responder, or a health care provider experiencing overwhelming emotions, spiritual pain, or a sense of distress, SCA invites you to connect with a trained and board certified professional chaplain by email, phone or video call — free of charge — who will listen and offer spiritual care and support at

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Softlink Information Centres releases Liberty v5 Build 8.035 and Liberty Link 1.5

Another Liberty and Liberty Link release we are proud to deliver to our customers world wide.

Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future.”

— Ray Bradbury

BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, April 2, 2020 / — Softlink Information Centres, a leading supplier of library and research management systems is pleased to announce the release of Liberty v5 Build 8.035 and Liberty Link 1.5.

The much anticipated features and enhancements available in Liberty includes:

• Custom searches in the Home page.
• Borrower ID display options in the Home page including Name, Alias, Code, and Username.
• The ability to edit URLs.
• Automatic verification of new authorities.
• Assumed “Return” when a copy barcode initiates a Loan.
illumin integration points in Search, Knowledge Base Category displays and the automatic import of KB articles into Liberty resources.

The new functionality available in the Liberty Link mobile app includes:

• The optional extra AI Enhance – staff can scan text that is added automatically to a selected resource record. We're offering a free 25 scan trial.
• Support for downloading Word & Excel attachments.
• Guarantor/Ward management, branch pickup selection on reservations, and the addition of an extra message on reservations.
• Display of and links to illumin Knowledge base categories.
• A weeding function.
• The option to type in barcodes as well as scanning them when using Liberty Link.

Softlink Information Centres’ COO Sarah Thompson notes that the focus of the team is to ensure every new enhancement and feature has real value for our Liberty customers now and into the future.

“We are proud of Liberty and delighted that our customers love using it. The purpose of every new release is to give our users more reasons to love it. I’d like to thank our customers for their input and the imagination and work of the Softlink Information Centres team for once again producing an excellent Liberty v5 release.”

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Shoes That Fit

Shoes That Fit receives $200,000 grant from Kershaw's Challenge, to provide shoes for school age kids.

We are so grateful to the Kershaw Challenge for helping children in need here in the United States and investing in our future — our children.”

— Amy Fass, Shoes That Fit CEO

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2020 / — Claremont, CA (April 1st, 2020) – SHOES THAT FIT is honored to announce that they are the recipient of a $200,000 grant from Kershaw’s Challenge. SHOES THAT FIT provides NEW athletic shoes to underprivileged children nationwide. Given the current social climate and the effects of COVID-19, help is needed now more than ever for low income families. The funds will be used to provide brand new shoes to over 8,000 kids in Los Angeles and Dallas. Kershaw’s Challenge is a faith-based, others-focused organization founded by Dodger Pitcher Clayton Kershaw and his wife Ellen.

“When we first heard about Shoes that Fit, we knew immediately that we had to get involved. They are actively moving towards schools and kids who need a basic need met: new shoes that fit their growing feet. It seems so simple and yet having “shoes that fit” is a privilege that many kids don’t get to experience. Kershaw’s Challenge considers it an honor to help Shoes that Fit provide for kids in LA and Dallas.” -ELLEN AND CLAYTON KERSHAW

"One in five children in the United States live in poverty, and shoes are one of the most expensive items for low-income families to provide. When families have to choose between putting food on the table or buying new shoes for school, you can imagine that food wins every time. The simple gift of a pair of shoes can increase a child's confidence, attendance and performance at school, and we are so thankful that Kershaw’s Challenge is taking the time to make such a positive impact on these kids." AMY FASS – Executive Director, Shoes That Fit

Their goal is to encourage people to use whatever God-given passion or talent they have to make a difference and give back to people in need. They strive to empower people to use their spheres of influence to impact communities positively and to expand God’s Kingdom. They believe that God can transform at-risk children and neighborhoods through the benevolence and impact of others.

A national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Claremont, CA., Shoes That Fit tackles one of the most visible signs of poverty in America by giving children in need new athletic shoes to attend school with dignity and joy, prepared to learn, play and thrive. Named a California Nonprofit of the Year, Shoes That Fit delivered new athletic shoes to approximately 124,000 children in more than 2,600 schools across 48 states last year alone. Help ensure that no child misses school because they don't have shoes that fit by visiting our website

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Inspiring New Book "Sheep, Herders, Wolves" Available Now for Free

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Powerful New Book Available Now

Scott F. Paradis’ “SHEEP HERDERS WOLVES – Why We Are Where We Are: A Modern American Fable,” is a story of hope in tumultuous times.

Superbly crafted story…positive view of the future…ultimately a victory of the people…highly recommended.”

— Charles R. Stone

EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA, USA, April 1, 2020 / — Scott F. Paradis is proud to present his newest book. “SHEEP HERDERS WOLVES – Why We Are Where We Are: A Modern American Fable”.

By means of a simple, potent narrative “Sheep Herders Wolves” shines a spotlight on why the United States is in the mess it’s in politically and economically despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Political power and economic assets are concentrating in fewer and fewer hands. The powers that be – the people at the top – would have Americans believe that before the pandemic the United States was experiencing its best economy ever. That just isn’t so. Even without the pandemic eighty percent of Americans are losing ground to the onslaught of wolves ravaging the productive class; and the typical American can’t figure out why.

“Sheep Herders Wolves” explains by means of a thoughtful, thought provoking, potentially scary and inspirational story why the average American is struggling with divisive politics and winner-take-all economics and who really holds the power.

“Sheep Herders Wolves” is free and available for download until April 5th at

“Sheep Herders Wolves” is rated a 4.8 by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some readers have said:

“Inspirational and uplifting…should be required reading…renewed my faith in society and all that is possible…” – Kim S.

“Fitting for the times. When divisiveness seems to permeate civic discussion and our friends, neighbors, and even family seem lined up against each other, this story provides hope and an alternative perspective. Well done and easy to read.” – SOstlund

“Great read. Interesting, very thought provoking and on target for today’s world.” – Kindle Customer

About the Author: Scott F. Paradis is a leader, thought provoking author and inspirational speaker. He completed a thirty-plus year career with the United States Army rising to the rank of colonel. He worked at the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill where he served as a Congressional Fellow with the United States Senate. He also served as a National Security Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Scott believes in principles of truth and justice and sees opportunity at every turn – if we choose well. “Sheep Herders Wolves” is his ninth book focused on the principles of leadership and success.

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Library Partners Press Announces Awards for 2020


Historic Houses of Worship in Peril


Tree River Fish

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The David Coates Award for Non-Fiction and the Gail O’Day Award for Poetry Are Named

WINSTON-SALEM, NC, USA, April 1, 2020 / — HISTORIC HOUSES OF WORSHIP IN PERIL: CONSERVING THEIR PLACE IN AMERICAN LIFE (ISBN 978-1-61846-095-0) by Thomas Edward Frank, and TREE RIVER FISH: POEMS ON AMERICA’S REAPING by Lamaya Covington Williams (ISBN 978-1-61846-104-9) have been awarded the David Coates Award for Non-Fiction and the Gail O’Day Award for Poetry for 2020.

Of Dr. Frank’s book, Paul Edmonson (National Trust for Historic Preservation) says:

"In Historic Houses of Worship in Peril, Thomas Frank nicely lays out the case for how historic houses of worship serve as 'essential elements of the sense of place that grounds community life in America.' Unfortunately, as he also describes, social and religious changes over time and across the American civic landscape means that these key community assets are seriously threatened, and too often are disappearing. . . . Frank makes clear that 'driving the collective will to save and use these buildings,' must start by recognizing the broader community values they represent, and which they still advance today."

And in TREE RIVER FISH, LC Williams bravely offers her instructive and timely poems as “a perspective, amid prayers, on our condition in Trump’s America.” Kirkus Reviews said of Williams’ 2015 chapbook QUITE HAPPY that Williams “picks up the baton from Maya Angelou, raising her voice to decry racism and sexism in America.” This time, with this collection of twenty stunning pieces, she doesn’t just decry and protest (though she illuminates plenty of reason to do both), she teaches (not preaches):

"…that although America is not as cold
as her grandfather would like her to believe,
she must outwit the desire for warmth
in order to save herself…"

Other nominees for this year’s Library Partners Press Awards include books by Shirene Gentry, Danny Szemple, Sam Gladding, Margot Jerome, Sally Stallings, and Don Beagle. Previous years’ winners of Library Partners Press Awards include books by Wanda Duncan, Don Beagle, and Susan Schmidt.

Library Partners Press, a digital publishing imprint of Wake Forest University producing high quality monographs in both print-on-demand and ebook formats, is now accepting nominations and manuscripts for its 2021 Awards.

Please contact for more information.

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The Difference That Millennial Businesswoman Marquita Payne Makes as a Christian

Marquita Payne is working to make a difference. Marquita Payne Frisco draws on her faith to help her succeed as a businesswoman and a follower of Christ.

FRISCO, TX, USA, April 1, 2020 / — The ambivalence of millennials has been reported repeatedly, but what about those in the cohort like Marquita Payne who is working to make a difference? As a Christian, Marquita Payne Frisco draws on her faith to help her succeed as a businesswoman and a follower of Christ.

Marquita Payne, Chicago native, is a diligent businesswoman that draws on her faith in both her personal and professional lives. Her work makes a difference and allows her to make the world a better place while also providing for her family and community.

The work of Marquita Payne is often looked upon by her community as exemplary, and she is considered “one to watch” both in her hometown of Chicago, IL and her current town of Frisco, TX.
She works as a Human Resource Leader as well as an event planner and looks to both of these professions as opportunities to help her serve her community. Marquita Payne of Frisco is a true servant. In addition to her professional roles as both an event planner and a human resource leader, she will work to make the world better for children and those in need in the Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex.

Because of her professional training, Marquita Payne of Frisco is able to help the people around her excel in areas such as interpersonal relationships. Marquita Payne also works to bring social justice to both Chicago and Frisco. Her work always reflects her love for Christ and her belief in His teachings. It is her Christian faith that helps her to stand out amongst her peers. Marquita Payne is a millennial who is here to make a difference.

Even though many of her millennial generation are known for being apathetic and self-involved, Marquita Payne, couldn’t be further from that stereotype. Her work reflects her beliefs as a Christian, and it is her faith that helps her to make such a difference in the lives of others. This difference affects the work that she does as an event planner, a human resource leader, and a fighter for social justice.

Marquita Payne is a proud native of the South Side of Chicago and an active resident in her new community of Frisco, TX.
She plans to work with the underserved in her community to try to provide good opportunities for them. Her work is effective and caring and her faith certainly makes a difference in this outreach.

If you are interested in learning more about Marquita Payne of Frisco and her work, please contact us through the contact details listed below. Mrs. Payne is an avid philanthropist and is always looking for more ways in which she can help her community. She is devoted to her husband Lucas and their son Kenzo, in addition to the people of her Frisco, TX community and DFW Metroplex.

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iWave received the highest award as a “Leader” in G2’s Spring 2020 Grid Report for Donor Prospect Research

top-rated fundraising intelligence solution for nonprofits

iWave fundraising solutions for nonprofits

G2 Leader Spring 2020 nonprofit fundraising solutions

G2 Leader Spring 2020 for Donor Prospect Research

Peer-to-peer review website, G2, confirmed for the second time in 2020 that iWave is a top-rated provider of fundraising intelligence solutions.

CHARLOTTETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA, April 1, 2020 / — Peer-to-peer review website, G2, confirmed for the second time in 2020 that iWave is a top-rated provider of fundraising intelligence solutions. iWave received the highest award as a “Leader” in G2’s Spring 2020 Grid Report in the Donor Prospect Research category.

Based on real-time user reviews, iWave was recognized as a Leader within the nonprofit industry based on receiving top customer satisfaction scores and having a large Market Presence. These scores reflect iWave’s commitment to customer satisfaction and success is as well as their stature within the nonprofit industry.

iWave received the highest satisfaction score among all products in the Donor Prospect Research solutions category. Of 174 reviews 98% of users rated it 4 or 5 stars with 94% of users believing iWave is headed in the right direction. Of the 174 reviewers, 92% said they would recommend iWave to a colleague or friend. This is the 36th award that iWave has received from G2.

The reports are based on ratings by nonprofit professionals who work in fundraising and prospect development. With 174 reviews, users scored iWave a 4.6 out of 5 — out-performing all other fundraising intelligence and prospect research solutions in overall satisfaction by a wide margin. In addition, iWave scored 92% on ease of use, 93% on quality of support, and 97% on ease of set up, making it the best and easiest to use fundraising solution available to nonprofit organizations.

“We are honored to have received this positive feedback and recognition from the nonprofit community,” said iWave President and CEO Ross Beattie. “Our team is committed to providing only the best products and services to prospect development and fundraising professionals, and to have them validate our work in this way demonstrates iWave is on the right track.”

“This is the third award we have received in 2020 for customer satisfaction including the prestigious International Stevie Award earlier this year. iWave puts its clients first in everything we do,” Beattie said. “ We are passionate about nonprofits and committed to our clients. Our entire team, from product developers to client success managers, are all working together to deliver solutions that exceed our clients’ needs and expectations. Our new leading-edge iWave platform, which was just launched in March, is already getting great reviews for its modern design, intuitive layout, and innovative architecture.”

About G2
Headquartered in Chicago, G2 is revolutionizing the way businesses discover, buy and manage software and services. More than three million users per month rely on G2 to help them find and buy the best software for their businesses. The platform has more than a million verified reviews and $100M in total funding invested by IVP, Accel Partners, LinkedIn, Emergence Capital, Pritzker Group, Chicago Ventures, Hyde Park Ventures, industry leaders and founders. G2’s customers include Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM and Zoom and Its most recent funding, a $55M Series C, was announced in October, closely followed by the company’s acquisitions of Siftery and Advocately.

About iWave:
iWave, the industry’s top-rated fundraising intelligence platform, enables nonprofit organizations to fundraise with confidence. In a new era of nonprofit fundraising, iWave solves critical challenges facing fundraising professionals today: how to identify, qualify and retain donors to raise more major gifts. iWave’s intuitive and easy-to-use solutions give access to the industry’s highest quality wealth and philanthropic information so you can determine who to ask, how much to ask for, and when to ask. Since 1991, over 6000 clients, including many of the largest education, healthcare and nonprofit organizations in the World, have relied on iWave to power their fundraising efforts.
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