Change the World Monday

Be the change you wish to see in the world.

A Mt. Juliet family is turning a tragedy into something AMAZING! 
Krista Bright's two-and-a half year old daughter passed away in March of 2010.

The Salvation Army’s Operation Bootstraps helps homeless people get off the streets and back into productive, healthy life. You can help with your cash donations OR by donating your car, boat, motorcycle, camper, ATV or trailer, whether it’s running or not.

Please join Mix 92.9 at March for Babies, Sunday, April 22nd, at Centennial Park. They need offices, groups and families to form teams, sign up online, take donations and bring that cash to Centennial Park. It's a fundraiser for March of Dimes. Donate online at www.marchforbabies.org

Come have breakfast with the Mix Morning Show Friday, March 16th at the Noshville on Broadway, or with Kim Leslie Saturday March 17th, at the Noshville in Green Hills. Half the breakfast proceeds go to March of Dimes. And bring your spare change to donate for a chance to win a Limo Lunch with Kim, Anna Marie and Clint. READ MORE.

You can help our neighbors by helping the agencies that are on-site, giving them food, shelter and emergency basics. Donate to the RED CROSS
Donate to the SALVATION ARMY.
 

Today, is the final day of this year's Great Backyard Bird Count. Spend 15 minutes with your kids counting and identifying the birds you see. It helps scientists track migrations, population, and determine whether climate changes are affecting the birds. Submit your list here.

Through February 14, Kroger will be donating a jar of peanut butter for every person who likes the Second Harvest Food Bank's Facebook page. So help us collect peanut butter for Second Harvest Food bank by liking the page, or by dropping off peanut butter donations at a local Kroger Store, Second Harvest, or the Mix 92.9 studio, 504 Rosedale Ave.

The Pencil Foundation helps local schools get the materials and the volunteer help they need, to give our local kids a better education. You can donate school supplies, or just donate a little time to read to a class once a week. Make your lunchtime really count! Read more

What are you actually doing online? Welcome to a website you can spend time on and actually change something for the better. Use the site to read about something positive, get connected to a charity or share your own story about something or someone you're passionate about helping.

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" Each year, we answer by coming together on the King Holiday to serve our neighbors and communities.
Find Ways To Help in your area. Or, read about the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis.