When I started my business, I knew I wanted to make a direct impact on the lives of people around me. One way I get to do that is through teaching what I know. The other way is by giving back to those in need. I have committed to donating 10% of all our profits to a non-profit initiative.

Homecomings are my favorite part about being a military spouse. The planning, the anticipation, the joy and excitement to finally have the love of your life, your partner, the father (or mother) of your children home from deployment. But the sad reality is that not everyone gets to come home.  Since 2016, I have committed 10% of our profits to the Snowball Express-Serving the Children of our Fallen Military Heroes. Thank you for helping me support our Gold Star Families.


Snowball Express remembers those fallen heroes who will never return, and honors the supreme sacrifice their families have made. This amazing organization serves the children who will never be reunited with their mom or dad.  The Snowball Express creates a weekend of events to connect the children and surviving spouses of the fallen with others going through the same experience. The children who attend their annual event walk away knowing they are not alone, and that we honor the sacrifice their parent made while serving our country. Children often return year after year to reunite with the friends they have made through Snowball Express

Since 2006, the mission of Snowball Express has been a simple, yet profoundly important one: Provide hope and new happy memories to the children of military fallen heroes who have died while on active duty since 9/11. They bring children together from all over the world for a four-day experience filled with fun activities, like sporting events, dances, amusement parks and more. Parents of children of the fallen often tell us that their child is reserved, withdrawn or unwilling to talk about their loss. Participating in Snowball Express changes that, making each child feel special and giving them an opportunity to share their feelings about losing something so precious, their parent.


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