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.
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