Good Stuff

Good Stuff: March 2024

Wonder Togs Tech T-Shirts

Designed by parents who understood the challenge of getting kids dressed, Wonder Togs makes T-shirts that feature zoo animals that “come to life” on a smartphone with just a tap to make getting dressed fun. Each shirt has a near-field communication (NFC) chip sewn into it, and when users tap their phones to one of those Talkin’ Tees NFC chips, they unlock digital content featuring two original songs and animated fun facts about the animal on the shirt.


See a Play and Bring Diapers for Charity

So What Else supports families in underserved communities in the Baltimore-Washington metro area by providing basic necessities, programs in literacy, athletics and the arts while inspiring young people to give back to the community through volunteering. They’re partnering up with Adventure Theatre to collect diapers during the run of Junie B. Jones, The Musical. Bring new diapers size 5 and up for So What Else to Distribute to families in need.


Make Your Mark, Make a Difference,

Joan Marie Galat’s new book helps kids begin on their journey to becoming informed and effective activists. From protecting our environment and the animals that live in it to standing up for peace across the globe, this guide is a wonderful resource for the passionate kid to find self-empowerment.


Kids Give Back

A Northern Virginia nonprofit that provides volunteer opportunities for kids ages 6-12. They have a summer volunteer camp that gives kids a chance to meet nonprofit leaders, work in teams, be creative and play, all while giving back to their community.


Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum

Celebrate National Women’s History Month with the Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum’s online exhibits. Covering topics like women in STEM, activism, athletics and more, this museum has a wealth of opportunities to explore the important history of American women — all from the comfort of your own home.