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Advocate? Volunteer? Serve? Where shall we start? How do I serve? What's my area of passion? How many hours do I contribute? How much do I donate? What's a 501c3? Join me At The Table and gain greater knowledge on becoming a volunteer, advocate, donor. To learn more about @ The Table With Gail go to our website: www.GailDudley.com
Advocate? Volunteer? Serve? Where shall we start? How do I serve? What's my area of passion? How many hours do I contribute? How much do I donate? What's a 501c3? Join me At The Table and gain greater knowleged on becoming a volunteer, advocate, donor. To learn more about @ The Table With Gail go to our website: www.GailDudley.com
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We will be discussing Volunteerism for Adults and children. The second topic will be about children who are required to do fundraisers for their organizations.
The Healing Hour Show is one of the educational tools of the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.-International. This month we will discuss volunteerism its benefits for the individual and for the organization. We will discuss a new trend in volunteerism Cyber Volunteers. We will also talk about rewarding and showing appreciation to volunteers. Call into 646-716-9850 to join into the converstation.
Kelly Dorsey, Prevention Education Outreach Coordinator at ValueOptions recently received the Don Boyette Award for “Extraordinary Volunteerism” from the Tennessee Mental Health Consumers’ Association (TMHCA).
Following is an exclusive podcast with Dorsey who discusses this award and her passion for helping others.
Hot Buttons and Crises in Fire-Based EMS - FireEMS Editor Mike McEvoy talks with Lt. Rom Duckworth (Ridgefield FD, CT) about current crises, hot buttons, and controversies in Fire-Based EMS including the Field EMS Bill, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Community Paramedics and Mobile Integrated Health, effects of declining volunteerism, and increased demands for training.
The 7 Pillars of Life Broadcast is sponsored by Abundant Grace Ministries. The 7 Pillars of Life (GOD, Health & Wellness, Education, Finance, Family, Volunteerism, and Outreach) serve as the ministry's foundation.
The 7 Pillars of Life Broadcast consist of real people addressing real issues from both a spiritual and real world perspective. The hosts aim to, while providing an enjoyable listening experience, enlighen the audience in a way that will positively impact its listeners.
This is one program you can't afford to miss. Few things frighten us more than dementia and Alheimers Disease, so education is so important in providing facts and support for the families and victims.
Today we will see this disease through the eyes of an inspiring caregiver and later in a panel discussion with a very generous and caring expert, as well as with our own co-hosts, award-winning authors Mark H. Newhouse and Lois Podoshen and our program coordinator, Pat Jocelyn
Pat was a caregiver for her mother and has extensively researched the subject.
As for a change in pace, we return to our adventurer who traveled across North America in an RV. We'll also have some fun discussing women's self image.
Our contact form can be found on our web site at http://www.boomersplusradio.com. Let us know if you have a subject that you'd like to have discussed on this program where only adult is spoken.
Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for a special featured interview of Ms. Cecilia Dowd and Mr. Keith Orpheus to talk about a special Humanitarian effort they are doing in Haiti with a family of 100 children. The project is called, The Foyer: A Story of Hope in Haiti.
Join us to listen and learn more about this powerful humane story that will touch your heart and mind. Learn how to help and support them in their efforts to help more families.
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Lately, we hear more about helping our military members transition. With nearly a million projected to enter the civilian world in a 5-year span, "opportunity" is going to be the key word. Organizations are cropping up to assist the troops in translating their unique assets: unwavering dedication to task, adaptabilty despite obstacles, and exemplary leadership skills, to name a few. Meeting up with Team Rubicon is like watching opportunity blow up, in a good way.
The international non-profit disaster response organization unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy disaster response teams, free of charge to communities affected by disasters across the country. By embracing decade-plus years of deployments and lessons learned, they have created a team of incident management personnel around an ingenious model of volunteerism.
Team Rubicon currently maintains a roster of 16,000 volunteers able to deploy throughout the United States with teams in 10 regions.They stand ready to send volunteers to emergency situations: fire, flood, emergent home repair, and natural disasters. Team Rubicon response teams arrive with all the necessary equipment too. Military structure coupled with engrained flexibility enable the teams to fully integrate into an existing incident and perform disaster response functions in unparalleled style. With service projects, fellowships, field ops, training, and veteran resources, Team Rubicon is doing incredible work. Join us for an inspiring hour with a Team Rubicon Leader / Division 3 Administrator, Nicole Green. We'll chat about the mission and how these volunteers are giving back. Clearly, serving our nation doesn't end in taking off the uniform. Team Rubicon: http://www.teamrubiconusa.org/
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