Posts tagged with ‘charity’

  • 13th Annual Widows & Orphans Golf Tournament, Indio Police Officers, John Rose Memorial 

    By Ruth on September 27, 2016
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    Those who know me well are aware of the fact that helping others is something to which I am firmly committed. In this past year, I have begun to make many lasting connections within the entertainment community, and most of the time, I am promoting works and reviewing works, interviewing actors, etc. Essentially, I am doing the work of an […]
  • The Importance of Corporate and Individual Giving

    By Ruth on February 22, 2015
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    People are giving to charities all over the world. Some give to large, international concerns and others to small, community efforts, but one thing they have in common is they all help somebody. Even the smallest donation, such as a few toys for children who may never get a wonderful new toy, makes a big impact. Large corporations such as […]
  • Good Work(s) Make a Difference Bracelet Giveaway (Ends 6/1) WW

    By Ruth on May 18, 2014
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    Good Work(s) Make a Difference Bracelet Giveaway Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Sponsored by Good Work(s) Make a Difference Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Established in 2011, Good Work(s) Make a Difference® has been determined to deliver the most fashion-forward, uplifting, and inspirational bracelets and accessories. They contribute 25% of net proceeds to charitable organizations in order to make a […]
  • Give and Save – Deals That Make a Difference Review

    By Ruth on February 18, 2014
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    Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. For as long as I can remember, I have given to charities.  Much of the early money I donated was to my church and its missionaries.  But as time went on, I was able to find many more organizations to help monetarily.  I prefer faith-based charities, but I am not […]
  • Guest Post: Philanthropy Increases Over the Last Year

    By Ruth on January 13, 2014
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    Many families felt that 2013 was a difficult year. The economy didn’t improve as well as many people hoped and many social safety nets were cut. Many people are struggling more than they have since the beginning of the recession. Fortunately, there may be a silver lining. Philanthropy has also increased over the last year, which offers hope to many […]
  • Donate With Causora.com

    By Ruth on December 18, 2013
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    Donate Now On Causora And Get Rewards! At Causora.com their mission is to help raise more funds for charities by rewarding donors with free vouchers from our network of socially conscious merchants. When people donate to causes like the American Red Cross, Boys and Girls Clubs, and Habitat for Humanity through Causora, they get $20 in thank you rewards for these […]
  • “Graced With Orange” by Jamie Amelia Book Review

    By Ruth on October 17, 2013
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    Graced With Orange: How Caring For Cambodia Changed Lives, Including My Own by Jamie Amelio My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is conceivably one of the most poignant books I have ever read, and I recommend this book to absolutely everyone. Not only does this book have some stunning history and touching personal vignettes, it chronicles a work of […]
  • Bags for Breasts Promo

    By Ruth on August 4, 2013
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    So, did that catch your attention?  It certainly did mine!  I love telling you about companies that are socially conscious, and this certainly is one.  It is a UK-based company, but I know that I have people who follow me all over the world. As of Valentine’s Day 2013, a new artisan company has come into being, and this brand […]
  • “The Condor Song” by Darryl Nyznyk Special Amazon Promotion

    By Ruth on July 1, 2013
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    Described as “The Verdict”, starring Paul Newman, meets John Grisham’s The Pelican Brief, the book follows Sean Donovan, a new partner in a major law firm who lost everything when he took a costly ethical stand. Wifeless, jobless, and betrayed by his closest friend, Sean spends 13 years trying to find his way back. Barely eking out a living on small cases, […]
  • A Global Conversation About Newborn Health

    By Ruth on April 1, 2013
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    UN Photo/Bikem Ekberzade There is nothing better than the joy of bringing a new life into this world.  I only had one, and she is nearly ten, but I will never forget the joy, wonder, and fear that entered my life when I discovered I was pregnant with her.  I chose to use a midwife and go “au natural,” but […]