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Former Intrepid President, Bill White reminds us all to take a moment and remember those killed in action, the wounded and their families who make the ultimate contribution so we maintain our way of life. We owe them so much.
More than 125 people representing numerous charities, foundations and other nonprofits attended the Association of Fundraising Professional Greater Los Angeles Chapter holiday reception, networking and luncheon sponsored by Print Media Collective.
When one pint of blood can save up to three lives, every donation to Florida Blood Services means life or death. This year, the Church of Scientology is pleased to announce that 239 donations were collected through blood drives sponsored by FBS and the Church, meaning that more than 700 lives were saved.
Jean Marie Joly was instrumental in founding ECPAT France and Acting for Life with the principle of identifying and working with grass-root associations in poor countries that do not have the means to assist their own people.
Build It Green's 2nd Annual Awards Ceremony at the Brower Center last week recognized green building industry leaders from the public and private sector. This diverse group of thought leaders are helping to make residential green building standard practice across the state of California.
Ventnor resident MItchell Zbik of Group Ten Builders in Burlington Township, N.J. has been elected as 2011 president of the Builders League of South Jersey, a housing trade association dedicated to residential construction. Zbik to focus on driving membership and services in a changing industry,
Partnering with The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation on their Belmont Terrace Facebook campaign, O'Brien Homes embodied the heart of the holiday spirit, raising over $2,000 for local children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Sherry Aiken is known as a creative person and has spent the past few years as a retired individual. Through her experience as a retiree, Sherry Aiken has come to understand the ups and downs of no longer being part of the work force. Sherry gives much of her time to help others via volunteering, teaching quilting and sewing and gardening.
This Christmas, may we give thanks for the blessings God has granted in each of our lives. May the joy of the holidays renew our commitment to working together for a future of peace, opportunity, and hope.