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U.N. Allocates $13 million to Help People in North-Eastern Nigeria

New York, N.Y. The top United Nations relief official today released $13 million from a fund that supports rapid humanitarian responses – known as the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) – to provide life-saving assistance to 250,000 people in areas of north-east Nigeria that have just become accessible.             […]

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EOD Warrior Foundation Raffles Handmade Patriotic Quilt

Niceville, FL – Quilting is an American tradition and has been since the late 1700’s. Throughout the years, people gather to quilt for social purposes, as well as for a cause. The EOD Warrior Foundation is raffling off a handmade patriotic quilt with all proceeds going to support their mission of improving the quality of […]

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Emergency Fund Allocates $15 Million To Help People Fleeing Fallujah

New York, N.Y.-The top United Nations relief official chief today released $15 million from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to provide urgent life-saving assistance for people affected by the recent fighting and military operations in Fallujah.                                                                                                                                                      Photo: OCHA/Themba Linden “People escaping Fallujah are in desperate need of assistance now, this minute. We […]

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Aid Agencies Race To Help Families Fleeing IS-Held Fallujah

IRBIL, IRAQ—Hundreds of families were pouring out of the Fallujah war zone Thursday after Islamic State militants apparently lost control of the main road southwest of the city.                                                                                                             Photo: Defend International/Flickr Thousands of people crossed the bridge out of the city and walked 15 kilometers to reach the al-Salam junction, where they are […]

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U.N. Food Relief Agency To Double Aid To Niger’s Diffa Region

Diffa, Niger– Faced with a new wave of displacement following recent Boko Haram attacks in Niger’s south-eastern Diffa region and with needs on the rise, the United Nations food relief agency plans to double its food and nutrition assistance, aiming to gradually increase its life-saving support to more than 250,000 people in Niger’s embattled southern […]

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Mrs. Ohio Picks EOD Warrior Foundation as 2016 Charity Platform

New York, N.Y. The EOD Warrior Foundation received a big endorsement this week when Mrs. Ohio, Rebecca Lynn Ryan, announced that she chose the organization for her platform partnership. Mrs. Ryan is a military wife, married to an active duty Air Force EOD warrior and Purple Heart recipient, who wants to help raise awareness and […]

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Q&A with Jim Luce on Identifying Leaders for Leadership

New York, N.Y. Recently our editors sat down with Jim Luce to discuss how leaders for his leadership-driven organizations were identified. Q: From Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW), incorporated in 2001, to the J. Luce Foundation and its Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness launched eight years ago, to the newly formed New York Global Leaders Lions Club […]

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Ways to Show Gratitude on Four Military Appreciation Days This May

New York, N.Y. May is National Military Appreciation Month, making it a great time to show appreciation to active duty military members and veterans. There are over 2 million active duty members of the military and reserves, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau there are over 19 million veterans in the country. There are […]

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