Camp Healing Powers, a division of Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, accepted a donation from Dr. Steven Warfield and The Back Institute on Saturday, November 20th. Sherry Hogan, the director of Camp Healing Powers was on hand to accept the check and thank Dr. Warfield and the staff of The Back Institute.
On Wednesday, December 1, 2010, from 6:30 pm - 8:30pm, Cocktails4Causes will host their inaugural event at The Drake Hotel. The Drake Hotel will be donating 50% of the bar proceeds to the Living Kidney Donors Network. This event is free to the public, and event information can be found at http://www.cocktails4causes.eventbrite.com.
Jerry Jaramillo also spent time volunteering for the 2010 Special Olympics held in Orlando, Florida. Special Olympics Florida serves 15,000 athletes and offers competition in 20 different team and individual sports. During the 2010 games, Jerry spent his time helping escort athletes to the location of their heats and helped present awards at the final ceremony. "Spending time with the Special Oly
PressPray.com has unveiled their widely anticipated online platform to bring prayer to patients in need. The website allows anyone to create a profile and instantly connect with other patients dealing with similar difficulties while allowing friends and family to stay updated on progress and offer support and prayer.
During the holidays, the financial challenge of meeting a family's needs are greater. With support from the community, Hillsides Family Center is able to provide relief to families struggling during the holidays.
"We are committed to follow the path of non-violence and peace. Standing here at the border, I can feel the wave of love and peace from across. I urge the citizens of both the countries to recognize the voice of peace within and create a violence-free world," said spiritual leader and Art of Living founder, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at the Wagah border in Amritsar today, addressing 5000 people from Punjab.
According to the American Heart Association, most sedentary adults take approximately 2,500 to 3,500 steps a day. The Association recommends taking at least 10,000 steps each day to maintain a healthy body and mind.