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July 4th: Remember Those Veterans Who Battle Invisible Wounds

Nesconset, N.Y. For many, July 4th is a reminder that we are a free country and it is celebrated with fireworks. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the annual amount spent on those fireworks in the country is over $480 million. While many people are celebrating their freedom, they may not be aware […]

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Rights Expert Praises Media to Shine Light on Homeless in San Francisco

New York, N.Y. The United Nations human rights expert on housing today commended a large media initiative in the US city of San Francisco aimed at bringing the issue of homelessness to the forefront of discussions and encourage civil engagement. U.N. Photo: Mark Garten “The portrayal of homeless people in the media has a significant […]

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U.N. Calls for Rapid Increase in Voluntary Blood Donations

New York, N.Y.  On World Blood Donor Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for a rapid increase in voluntary blood donations in more than half of the countries globally in order to ensure a reliable supply of safe blood for patients whose lives depend on it.   Medical technicians organize and process donated […]

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At Elementary School in West Virginia, Random Acts of Kindness

New York, N.Y.  A Random Act of Kindness, or “RAK,” is a selfless act performed by people to either help or cheer up a random stranger, for no reason other than to promote goodness, kindness, and happiness. Some of the fourth graders from Neale Elementary in Wood County, West Virgina. Today I handed the guy in […]

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EOD Warrior Foundation Breaks Ground for Wounded EOD Warrior Home

New York, N.Y. U.S. Army Sergeant 1st Class Aaron Causey was injured on September 7, 2011 while serving his third deployment to the Middle East. Aaron lost both of his legs above the knee, two fingers, and has had multiple other injuries, all resulting from being hit by an improvised explosive device or IED. Over the […]

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EOD Foundation Partners with U.K. Felix Fund for EOD Warriors

New York, N.Y. The EOD Warrior Foundation teamed up for the first time with Felix Fund, the British Bomb Disposal Charity, to raise money for bomb disposal personnel and their family members. On April 19, 2016, the inaugural event celebrating 75 years of U.S. and British forces training and fighting side by side, raised over […]

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Always Giving Back in Ohio: “Joe Momma’s Kitchen”

Marietta, Ohio. Nestled in the rolling hills of Appalachia, specifically southeastern, Ohio, a dream was in the making by a couple sho wished to make a difference in the lives of people and promote the kindness of this area. The family. The idea of Joe Momma’s Kitchen has been a dream for Marietta residents Sara and Eric Sauls […]

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U.N. Appoints ‘Angry Birds’ Red for International Day of Happiness

New York, N.Y.  The United Nations today appointed Red, the leader of the “Angry Birds” mobile game characters, as an envoy to inspire climate action toward a sustainable and happier future for all. Red’s appointment, as Honorary Ambassador for Green, is part of a UN campaign launched today in partnership with the globally renowned characters […]

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3.6 million Iraqi children in danger and ‘relentlessly targeted,’ UN reports

U.N. Chief Signs Condolence Book For Victims of Turkish Terrorism Attack

Nobel Laureates Challenge Greenpeace Anti-GMO Campaign

Mark Your Calendar: What’s Up In New York City – and Our World

Stephen Burlingham, Artist with Purpose: Kids with Cancer

Captivating Animal Sculptures Illustrate Tragedy of Ocean Pollution