Single Minded Women and Blogger Matt Logelin Launch Charity Gift Registry

By Allison O'Connor


Phoenix, Ariz. (November 3, 2008) –Abandoned and neglected children have a new advocate in their corner. Online women’s lifestyle magazine has teamed up with noted widowed parenting blogger Matt Logelin and his family to create a charity gift registry via that will dispense donated items to American children in need.

Using the online gift registry, charitable givers can purchase essential items like clothing, books, art supplies, and toys, which will be forwarded on to the My Stuff Bags Foundation. Based in California, this non-profit organization provides abused, abandoned, and neglected children—ranging in age from newborn to 18 years old—throughout the United States with personal belongings to help fulfill their needs and lend a sense of comfort as they are shepherded through the foster care system. The My Stuff Bags Foundation estimates that more than 300,000 children each year are removed from dangerous home environments, and it is their mission to provide each of these children with a bag filled with donated goods.

For blogger Matt Logelin, whose writing can be found at and, My Stuff Bags Foundation’s cause is an important one. Matt’s wife, Liz, passed away from a pulmonary embolism within 27 hours of giving birth to their daughter Madeline. As a newly widowed single father, Matt takes comfort in being able to offer a helping hand to children who, for whatever reason, has been separated from the parents.

Matt’s relationship with, for which he contributes as a guest blogger, helped lay the groundwork for the development of a joint charity gift registry. The site has a reputation for supporting charitable organizations—including Arizona’s Homeward Bound, which aids children affected by domestic violence and homelessness—and was thrilled to partner with Matt for this important cause.

To view the charity gift registry, please visit Additional information on the My Stuff Bags Foundation can be found at

Headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, Single Minded, LLC was founded in 2007 by Allison O’Connor with the goal of providing an online magazine devoted to issues from a single woman’s perspective. Covering money, relationships, career, style, health, single parenting, travel, and leisure, caters to the rapidly growing demographic of women aged 25-55 who are single by choice or circumstance. The site also recently launched a radio program, SMW BlogTalkRadio, hosted by Rachelle Chase, and counts noted authors John Gray and Keith Ablow, MD, and Susan Bartell Psy.D among its advisory board members.

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