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  • Boy in a bath
    Photographer, nonprofit expert Cuenoud steps ahead to "Year of Letting Go"
    Kate Cuenoud is a Colorado woman approaching 50, saying good-bye to her oldest daughter who will graduate from high school and begin college and facing a move to a distant place - all at the same time. She is calling it "The Year of Letting...
  • Amherst College War Memorial
    25 simple ways student volunteers can support our veterans
    Today we celebrate Veterans Day. The most senior among us remembers the holiday originally commemorated the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month or the end of World War I—the war to end all wars.Almost 100 years later, we have set...
  • Florida libertarian volunteer series: Susan George
    Florida libertarian volunteer series: Susan George
    Today, November 9, 2014, we continue our "Florida Libertarian Volunteer Series" where we are interviewing Floridians who have helped move forward the agenda for freedom in the state. Our series includes profiles of volunteers who have...
  • Florida libertarian volunteer series: Ronald Rollins
    Florida libertarian volunteer series: Ronald Rollins
    Today, November 8, 2014, we are profiling Ronald Rollins of Broward County in our "Florida Libertarian Volunteer Series" who has given an incalculable amount of his time and a large amount of his treasure to promote Adrian Wyllie for...
  • Florida libertarian volunteer series: Jo Ann Vaccarino
    Florida libertarian volunteer series: Jo Ann Vaccarino
    Today, November 6, 2014, we begin a series of articles called the "Florida Libertarian Volunteer Series" where we showcase random volunteers who have helped move forward the freedom agenda in Florida. We want to provide a window into the...
  • Surf dogs do more than hang ten as ambassadors for people needing advocacy
    Surf dogs do more than hang ten as ambassadors for people needing advocacy
    On September 9th, 2012, during Helen Woodward’s 7th Annual Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon, Surf Dog Ricochet amazed the gathered crowds by her ability. Ricochet took first place at Del Mar Dog Beach while at least 4,000 surf, beach and dog-loving...
  • My Support Team
    My unexpected journey - My daughter's observations
    Sitting in Chemotherapy yesterday, towards the end, my daughter Maria comments to me that I am beginning to get irritable. WHAT??Since my diagnosis, I have tried to change my attitude and emotions to reflect that unless it is health related, it...
  • The sandals of Tori Filbrandt
    From Moldova to a Denver classroom, walking in this hopeful teacher's shoes
    Victoria Filbrandt is a 2014 Colorado Teach for America Corps member who is two-parts idealist and one-part pragmatist. On the one hand, she is coming off of her Peace Corps placement in Moldova in order to fulfill a two-year commitment to Teach...
  • City of Hope
    City of Hope
    The City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for many life-threatening diseases, some being cancer and diabetes. In order to get the word out The City of Hope organization is looking for Citizens of Hope to help spread the word...
  • Girls cheering on the USA women's team in June 2014
    5 things to know as a 21-year-old woman about leadership
    This summer has seen Teach for America Institutes, 5-week on-the-job trainings in summer school classrooms, taking place across our country. Paraphrasing, the mission of Teach for America is the growing movement of leaders who work to ensure that...
  • Loyola Chicago
    Opening doors through community service
    In addition to whatever you have planned for the summer months, don’t forget to leave quality time for volunteer activities or projects. Incorporating community service into your life is incredibly rewarding and almost always habit-forming....
  • PED has made much progress!
    PED has made much progress!
    PED, the antonym for Pangea Educational Development, that began with a trio of young men and has built a structure from there, has made progress toward their goal of creating sustainability in rural villages in Africa. One of their first major...
  • Habitat for Humanity making a difference.
    What do you do?
    At social functions, especially during business networking opportunities, we have been conditioned to ask, “What do you do?” In many ways it speaks to our personal ethics and sense of self in a competitive world.Too often we’re...
  • Cape Fear Volunteer Center Calling for Volunteers & Support
    Cape Fear Volunteer Center Calling for Volunteers & Support
    Looking for the Perfect Summer Internship?Well the Cape Fear Volunteer Center is looking for you! Intersted Candidates are invited to apply for various Volunteer Internships.Openings Include: Assistant to the Director InternshipJob Summary:To...
  • Obama fails to spark young Americans as Kennedy and Reagan did
    Obama fails to spark young Americans as Kennedy and Reagan did
    The New York Times reported Friday that the record number of young people that elected Barack Obama twice are severely disillusioned. The volunteerism and public service the president advocated in his campaign platforms has not sparked interest...