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What Yoga, Meditation, Horses, Gardening, Veterans Have in Common

Washington, D.C. Most people may have a difficult time making the connection at first between yoga, meditation, horses, gardening, and our country’s military veterans. Yet the more one learns about our veterans, the more the connection makes sense. According to the American Psychological Association, veterans are returning home with serious mental health issues. They report […]

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Viewpoint: Did I Donate to a Bad Charity?

Greenwich, CT.  Have you ever felt that nagging question: Did I donate to a bad charity???? The short answer is probably not. This question came up because a good friend stopped by a Cambodian NGO fundraiser recently and left a check for $500. They were surprised not to see me at this fundraiser; they know I […]

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Giving Back Foundation Gala for Young People a Success

New York, N.Y.  The annual Giving Back Foundation Gala took place last week at The Carlyle Hotel in New York. The evening was a resounding success. The Giving Back Foundation founder Meera Gandhi speaks. The Giving Back Foundation founder Meera Gandhi thanked everyone who purchased tickets and donated to the cause. She told The Stewardship […]

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O.S.U. Swimmers vs. Kenyon to Benefit J. Luce Foundation’s Bauer Fund (Video)

Columbus, OH. The Ohio State University (O.S.U.) Men’s and Women’s Swimming Team will soon have a Big Challenge Swim (Race4cure) meet vs. Ohio’s Kenyon College on October 30, representing two of the nation’s best college swim programs. 2015-16 Swimming & Diving Video This meet will raise funds for cancer, including cancer affecting people living with […]

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At NASDAQ, Wells Fargo Gives Big Check to Operation Smile Founders

New York, N.Y.  I have known — and written about — the good work of our friends at Wells Fargo for years. I caught up with them again last week at NASDAQ on Times Square. I was not surprised to learn that they are continuing to create meaningful partnerships that benefit the South Asian community. […]

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How to Help Those in Need: Tips, Reasons for Support

New York, N.Y.  The poor are always with us – and in great numbers. In the United States, about 46.5 million people live in poverty, according to the Brookings Institution. Worldwide, the number of impoverished people is about 1.6 billion, according to a study by Oxford economists. Queensbridge Housing Projects, New York City. Photo: Wikipedia. […]

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Dr. Kazuko Opens Academic Building at Tibetan Orphanage in India

New York, N.Y.  Last month, Dr. Kazuko Tatsumura Hillyer attended the grand opening of the Academic Building of Manjushree Tibetan Orphanage in Tawang, India that she helped finance. All 254 children, teachers, villagers, monks, officials, and international guests gathered to celebrate. Architectural rendering of the new academic building at Manjushree. Image: Manjushree Orphanage. . A […]

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Hellenic Fund Launching to Help Kids, including Refugees, in Hellas

New York, N.Y. I am pleased to announce that our Foundation will launch our Hellenic Fund to support children in Greece — whether economically distressed, orphaned, or refugee — at a reception on November 4 at an elegant Greek restaurant on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. We can no longer watch children wash up […]

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5 Reasons to Choose the BCR Charity Wine for Your Holiday Meals

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World AIDS Day with ‘New Hope’ as Momentum Builds to End by 2030

$8.5 Million Dollhouse Amps Up ‘Holiday Under The Stars’

World AIDS Day: UNICEF Urges More Investment, Access to Treatment

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