Tag: Fundraising

1 In 4 Restaurants May Not Reopen After Pandemic.

A study by OpenTable which surveyed 20,000 restaurants operating in their network compared data from the 2019 number of reservations to this year to help explain just how dire the situation is. Despite many being open for take-out, businesses are reporting a drastic

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Captain Tom Moore To Become Sir Tom Moore!

We’ve spoken about him a time, or two, before. Captain Tom Moore is the World War II Veteran, who had been walking laps in his garden to raise money for the British National Health Service and had surprised and inspired

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Feeding Front-line Workers – GNSOTD Wed, Apr 22nd 2020

A couple of people, Kathy Mayo and John Scott, were walking by a local business in the village of Elora when they came up with a very interesting idea of how to help their community; especially the front-line workers during

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Second World War Vet Raises Millions For U.K. Health Workers – GNSOTD Fri, Apr 17th 2020

Anyone can make a difference. It doesn’t matter if you are not a celebrity, if you are not a politician, if you are not royalty; you can still have a giant impact on the lives of the people around you.

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Students Raise Funds For Beloved Fast Food Worker – GNSOTD Fri, Mar 6th 2020

Students at the University of South Carolina enjoyed grabbing a bite to eat at a local fast food place, in no small part because of one of the employees they have dubbed a “local celebrity”, who can remember every students

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Mom Skies Across Norway

Alison Reynolds, 46, of Washington, D.C., a mother of four did something remarkable for one of her children. She skied 125 miles across Norway to raise awareness for her daughter’s rare genetic disorder. Reynolds’s daughter Tia has had PKU since birth.

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4-H Launches First National Fundraising Campaign

4-H Canada announced the launch of its first-ever national fundraising campaign, in partnership with Veseys Seeds Ltd. last week. Developed in consultation with 4-H youth members and volunteer leaders across Canada, the initiative will give 4-H’ers the opportunity to explore the

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Lemonade Stand To Take Mom On Date After Dad Passed – GNSOTD Monday July 22nd 2019

Brandon Campbell was a 37 year-old husband and father from Denver, but sadly he lost his battle with colon cancer on July 7th after only seven months. Before he passed he came up with a plan along with his 6-year-old son

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Community Helps Girls Recover From Lemonade Stand Theft – GNSOTD Thursday July 18th 2019

Bad things are going to happen. In this world there are all kinds of people and events that will come along to test you, some will test more than just yourself. In late June, 11-year-old Alizay Kashif set up a lemonade

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Hope For Homeless Children Thanks To Tiny Tim – GNSOTD Tuesday Jan 8

Hidden among D.C.’s pricey craft-cider bars, million-dollar condos and sparkling stadiums, there exist Dickensian scenes of real-life Tiny Tims. About 27 percent of the District’s children live in poverty — more than 1 in 4, according to D.C. Action for Children. The Homeless

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