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Tackitt Family Vineyards Event Raises Over $44,000 for EOD Warrior Foundation

Sixth Annual Warriors Helping Warrior Event Sold Out with Local Support SAN MIGUEL, CA – Tackitt Family Vineyards, located in San Miguel, Calif. opened its doors to the public for a great cause and their sixth annual Warriors Helping Warriors event. This annual event offers participants the unique opportunity to learn about the wine making and […]

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Planning Ahead – Four Fun-Filled Ways to Help EOD Veterans in 2017

    Niceville, FL — A new year brings new opportunities and new challenges. It also marks the 16th year that our nation has been at war. Many of our military remain deployed with their families left behind to hold the fort down. During these extended deployments, emergencies happen and it is important that our […]

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Celebrities Turn to New Mobile App to Collect Spare Change for Charities

San Diego, CA. When celebrities align with a cause they are passionate about, people notice. In doing so, their efforts can make a major impact by bringing awareness to the charity organizations they support or lead. Four celebrities in particular who are lending their name to charity organizations are making it even easier for their […]

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N.Y. Asian Women’s Center’s Gala Raises $400K for Survivors of Violence

New York, N.Y.  More than 300 of New York City’s philanthropists, activists and community members from the corporate, finance and entertainment sectors joined forces to raise close to $400,000 at the 34th Anniversary New York Asian Women’s Center (NYAWC) Gala at the Essex House on Thursday night.  Guests at the NYAWC 34th Anniversary Gala. Photo Credit: Sean […]

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UNICEF Gears Up To Vaccinate 41 Million Children After Polio Outbreak

New York, NY – More than 41 million children are expected to get vaccinations against polio as part of a major new health campaign by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Lake Chad basin, aimed at the recent outbreak of polio in north-east Nigeria. UNICEF health worker uses a pen to mark the thumb […]

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U.N. Appeals for $120 Million to Launch ‘Massive Response’ in Haiti

New York N.Y. – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the launch of a near $120 million appeal to fund United Nations aid activities in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, where the rising death toll coupled with the start of the rainy season has prompted the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to sound the alarm […]

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The Best Humanitarian Relief is to End the Conflict

New York, N.Y. Concluding a three-day mission to Yemen, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator today called on all warring parties to grant humanitarian access and uphold their responsibilities to protect civilians in a conflict that has injured and killed thousands of innocent civilians, and displaced some three million people. Stephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian […]

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Simple Ways to Help and Support Our Veterans Around Us

Niceville, F.L. Veterans Day is November 11th and just around the corner. This makes for a great time to acknowledge and say thank you to those who have served in our military protecting our nation. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are over 19 million veterans in the United States. Veterans have left or retired from […]

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