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Gene Gurkoff is the founder of Charity Miles. He has personally run more than 38 marathons to raise money and awareness for Parkinson’s research in honor of his grandfather who has the disease.
A mobile app that helps you earn money for your favorite charity, just by working out!
The idea for New York City-based Charity Miles came from founder Gene Gurkoff’s love of competing and his passion for supporting important causes. As founder of Team Fox (The Michael J. Fox Foundation), which has raised $20 million since 2006, Gene realized the difficulties of getting corporate sponsors & decided there must be an easier way. Hence, the birth of Charity Miles. Today, with over 100K active users, Charities now include: The Wounded Warrier Project, Austism Speaks, Stand Up to Cancer, Feed America, Red, Habitat for Humanity, ASPCA and more.
Charity Miles has earned SXSW Interactive People’s Choice Award and is one of Mashable’s Top Five Fitness Apps.
Join the movement. Invite your friends. Every Mile Matters. Changing the world is a team sport!
Get the APP at: CharityMiles.org App on iTunes App on Google Play
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“Just as cancer treatment affects your physical health, it affects the way you feel, think, and the way you do things around you.” The mental and emotional effects that come after treatment can be devastating. Listen as Mark Burright discusses these effects and provides some tips for facing them. Join us for the third installment of our Care After Treatment series.
Welcome to The Wake Up Mission Show with Chelene Nightingale and Patti Mattie! A global political awakening needs to take place and we have started a revolution in a quest for personal liberties, cultural respect and economic opportunities.
We will be discussing issues about globalization, the environment, security, poverty, disruptive injustices, inequalities, economic well-being, social human rights from the realism, liberty and freedom points of view. We look forward to you joining in the discussion.
In life we cross obstacles that test our very existence. Listen how Stephanie Hughes has overcame Cancer and still is going through obstacles today and staying positive by living her dream with her new business www.destinybodyandbath.com
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Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connected with aspiring individuals coast to coast. Playing some of the best unsigned, independent recording artists and interviewing individuals from all walks of art.
(C)reating (A)venues (N)etworking through (U)nity, Get Lifted .
Join Michael Carnahan, "Bad" Brad Hicks, and "By God Infamous" Double J as they get you ready for the ASWF Saturday Night Special: Clotheslines Against Cancer. The card is LOADED with the best talent on the independent wrestling scene brought together to benifit an amazing woman Lyn Childers and her fight against cancer. Already signed to this card is a match between two of the top ladies in pro wrestling today and one of the hottest rivalries as Nikki Lane will take on the Diamond Doll in one on one action. Also "The Human Highlight Reel" Austin Lane will finally get his hands on the man that says its all about him Seth Sabor in a special grudge match. The action keeps on rolling in a fatal four way for the ASWF United States Championship as former World Champion Deadly Dale makes his in ring return to the ASWF to take on Vic Vicious, T.J. Wells, And the man who says he is "pure absolute greatness" Boss. All the excuses and trash talk will finally go by the wayside as Michael Carnahan will team with Lethal Injection to take on "Bad" Brad Hicks and The Establishment. And following the controversial end to their last matchup "Insane" Andrew gets another crack at Johnny Premier for the ASWF World Heavyweight Championship.
Portland, OR – In an effort to create the life that we want, sometimes counseling is necessary. Counseling offers an opportunity to explore our past and present experiences in order to identify what we need to overcome as we move forward
When counseling is complete, coaching can take us to the next level. What is possible once we’ve healed our past wounds? What does our life get to be now?
Sheila Walty is a counselor, professional life coach and the founder of Create Change, which offers counseling services as well as business coaching, life coaching, retreats, workshops and skill training. Proactive and results-oriented, Sheila works with people who are motivated for change.
“The reason for the name Create Change is that’s what we do,” says Sheila. “If life isn’t going the way you want, we work together to proactively create the changes you want to see in your life.”
As a counselor, Sheila specializes primarily in trauma. According to Sheila, trauma memory is stored differently than our other memories; instead of the memory being stored as a movie in your mind, it’s more like a slide show. This can Ieave people with the feeling that they can’t trust what they remember.
“I see trauma as something that can be healed,” says Sheila. “You need to express to the client that you understand where they are and where they are is fine no matter where it is. It’s important to instill hope.”
As a coach, Sheila focuses on teaming up with you to create a path and guidance toward whatever goals you want to accomplish.
“Whether it’s counseling or coaching, I absolutely love seeing people become whole again,” says Sheila. “Sometimes people don’t think their dreams are possible, I love building optimism and watching the success.”
Italia Ricci, star of ABC Family's critically acclaimed hit series "Chasing Life", joins us in-studio for an exclusive interview about her life, the show and how her character April—a twenty something, smart and quick-witted aspiring journalist who is diagnosed with cancer in the prime of her life—has made such a difference for the young adult cancer movement. Survivor spotlight on Vanessa Hood. Don't miss this special broadcast.
On today’s World Footprints radio show we will showcase some remarkable young women who are doing extraordinary things.
World Footprints was invited to attend the Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington, DC. Girl Up is an innovative campaign of the United Nations Foundation that gives American girls the opportunity to become global leaders and channel their energy and compassion to raise awareness and funds for United Nations programs that help some of the world’s hardest-to-reach adolescent girls.
We are pleased to share highlights from this first Girl Up Leadership Summit which included remarks from actress Monique Coleman from High School Musical; Sarah Hurwitz, Speechwriter for President Obama; and moments between Girl Up teen advisors and young girls from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa.
Also, we are delighted to introduce a dynamic teenager who is making waves on the air with her weekly radio show—Pavlina’s Kids Place. Pavlina Osta shares interviews with celebrities, politicians and newsmakers. In addition to her radio show, Pavlina is an honor-roll student and an accomplished steel drum musician. Truly a wonderful role model.
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