Equestrian enthusiasts Nancy Batchelor and Sissy DeMaria Koehne, along with MG Developer, hosted a conversation on the history of horses in Coral Gables at the Coral Gables Museum on November 13.
5,000 people who have been touched by cancer, will walk at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) “Light the Night” event which aims to shed light on the darkness that comes with receiving a cancer diagnosis and their mission to cure it.
The Starlight Xperience features a hospital-ready headset “pre-loaded with age-appropriate and dynamic content geared toward entertainment and distraction for hospitalized kids”.
Help raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by attending their Light The Night Walk in Miami on November 3.
Avoid the Spark was initiated by nonprofit Call2Recycle last May, “spurred by the growing epidemic of battery-related fires at recycling and waste facilities”, a statement reads.
Communities in Schools is the number one rated nonprofit to work for in the U.S., according to a newly-released report.
What caused such a massive failure to respond to the needs of 3.5 million U.S. citizens?
Power 4 Puerto Rico will host events in Mar-A-Lago, New York City, and Washington D.C., to demand justice for Puerto Rico one year after Hurricane Maria.
Educate Tomorrow serves foster care and homeless youth. “We believe that talent is equally distributed, but opportunity isn’t,” Brett McNaught said.
Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay- take five steps to learn more about suicide.
Celebrities and influencers posted their advice and childhood pictures on social media as part of the #Back2School anti-bullying campaign.
The event will take place on September 29 in Santa Monica, CA.
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The new Cremo Barber Brigade, a group of the nation’s top barber shops, is committed to remove the stigma around mental struggles.
This year’s theme is “Breastfeeding: Foundation of Life.”
Restorative breast surgery, an organization statement reads, is “a vital part of total physical and emotional healing for many breast cancer survivors”.
The funds collected will benefit children hospitals and community non-profits in Cartagena, Colombia.
In Colombia alone, 311 social leaders have been murdered between January 2016 and June 2018, according to the Ombudsman’s Office.
A hundred percent of the lines’ net profits go directly to the Hope for Depression Research Foundation.
Here’s what you can do about the nearly 2,000 children separated from their parents at the Texan border.
OkCupid daters can now see if their match supports the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) .
4,645 people died in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, according to a newly released study by the “New England Journal of Medicine”.
Author Ray D. Martin will donate 100% of the May and June proceeds of his recent book to a fan battling cancer.
Miami’s MG Developer hosted Coral Gables Gallery Night on May 4. WGR’s Sabina Covo reported from the event.
The artist creates peace monuments out of weapons that are melted down and donated by police departments in the US.
The inaccessibility to resources can make it feel as though a woman is alone in the battle to recover.
The Canadian rapper donated $996,632.90.
By entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author Vijay Eswaran.
The Court will now give the DHS 90 days to “better explain its view that DACA is unlawful”- the document reads.
Participants are encouraged to complete 26.2 miles with their dogs throughout May.
Know a Pokémon GO fan? Encourage them to participate!
According to Earth Day Network, 9.1 billion U.S. tons of non-recycled plastic has been produced to date, generating 6.9 billion U.S. tons of plastic waste- and only 9% has been recycled. Littered plastic kills wildlife and affects the lives of more than 2 billion people living without waste collection.
Women who work full-time in the US are paid just 80 percent of what men are paid.
According to WHO, about 100 million people are still being pushed into “extreme poverty” because they have to pay for health care.
Eager to find ways to aid the victims, their families, and affected community members, Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition, Inc. has established the FIU Bridge Accident Victims’ Fund at The Miami Foundation.
Teachers at 16,561 public schools will receive books, school supplies, technology, field trips, and other resources vital for learning.
Created as a day to amplify the voices of Muslim women in the media, this year’s theme was “Muslim Women Talk Back to Violence”.
This year’s theme is “Nature for Water”.
Wholesaler and eCommerce site DollarDays unveiled their ForwardTM branded backpacks, exclusively developed to cater to a diverse group of nonprofits, churches, and businesses that require a high-quality, retail-ready backpack at an affordable price.
Join Girls Write Now in celebrating 20 years of supporting young writers through mentoring.
The fight for a permanent immigration solution for Dreamers did not end on March 5.
In honor of several significant dates for Black History (August 28th), 828 supports urban underfunded schools in the U.S.
Undocumedia provides support, and a voice, to undocumented immigrants in the United States.
The festival is produced by the National LGBTQ Task Force, which donates the proceeds to LGBTQ advocacy and community groups.
Ya perdí la cuenta de la cantidad de veces que desafortunadamente este tema ha sido el tema de esta columna, más de diez veces en los diez años ya casi que la llevo escribiendo.
Golpes de pecho con un cristianismo ultra-religioso que se queda en tan solo un ritual y balbuceo de un OMG.
By Pedro Caviedes, 10 years old. Contributing Columnist Many people are saying that in one of the plays of the NFC championship game there was a very obvious pass interference that none of the officials called a flag. If it was not because of this play the Saints would have been able to score a […]
Si Kavanaugh es culpable o no, y si estas mujeres sufrieron abuso y estragos psicológicos que las previnieron de hablar antes, no es para la prensa o la opinión pública juzgar, porque para eso creemos que tenemos instituciones que investigan.