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A candle is never put out by lighting another.... let's spread the light, the love, the compassion, the healing, the thanks, the appreciation, the gift of giving... it does not matter if it's simply a smile...

Any unwanted gifts, things you no longer use....  things that are too big, too small, you don't like, don't want.... whatever the driving reason behind it.... just do it.... donate to your local charity, someone on the street... wherever you choose to get involved... just do it without expecting a thank you, or a pat on the back, but because you know in your heart not only will it unclutter your life, but it will give someone else hope, something they did not have before, something they can use or sell for food for to feed their families.

Yes money is good, small change all adds up, but let's really dig into our hearts & minds and think of ways to give that will uplift the other person, start a change reaction, let the person become self sufficient. Let us not think in skin colour, religion, age, sexuality, education....let us see each other as spiritual souls having an earthly experience together.... & give as a higher conscious thing to do.

One step at a time, just one action, one cause, one gift of life... it all makes a difference! 

 

 

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CHARITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

http://www.charitysa.co.za/

 

The Lionheart Foundation
The sponsor of The National Emotional Literacy Project for Prisoners and The National Emotional Literacy Project for Youth-at-Risk.

The Human Kindness Foundation

Spiritual support and rehabilitation for prisoners.

Girls Inc.
Girls Incorporated is a national non-profit youth organization. They develop research-based informal education programs that encourage girls to take risks and master physical, intellectual and emotional challenges.

Mama's Kitchen
Home meal delivery services for those affected by AIDS.

Aid For AIDS
Providing access to medications, medical monitoring and treatment/prevention education.

PAWS/LA
PAWS/LA exists to enhance the quality of life of people living with a disabling life-threatening or terminal illness by empowering them to keep and care for their pets.

Rancho Coastal Humane Society
Care for the homeless animal population of San Diego County and to educate the public about pet over-population and responsible companion animal care.

Shakti Rising
Shakti Rising is an empowerment based holistic program of personal transformation for young women ages 15-30 who are facing issues of addiction, abuse, eating disorders and disempowerment.

AIDS Project Los Angeles
Serving over 10,000 men, women and children, APLA is considered one of the oldest and largest AIDS service organizations in America. Services include prevention education, a food bank, professional dental care, housing assistance, mental health counseling, women’s services and case management. APLA is a leader in the provision of bilingual HIV treatment information, in print and on the Internet, and advocates for effective AIDS-related policies and legislation on the local, state and federal level.

ChildHelp
ChildHelp USA has directly provided help and hope to millions of children and adults whose lives have been traumatized by child abuse. In addition to the ChildHelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-Child, the charity directly serves abused children through residential treatment facilities, child advocacy centers, group homes, foster care, child abuse prevention programs, and community outreach.

Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders
Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 because of its commitment to provide emergency medical aid around the globe in times of war, civil unrest and natural disasters as well as relieving suffering and restoring dignity to the patients they serve.

The Hesperian Foundation
This non-profit promotes health and self determination in poor communities worldwide by making health information accessible. They work with health workers and groups around the globe. The Foundation’s first book, Where There Is No Doctor, is considered to be one of the most accessible and widely used community health books in the world. Subjects include everything from women’s health to midwivery to dentistry to teaching deaf children. The Hesperian Foundation is also sent grants on a regular basis.

Heifer International
Heifer International helps lift women and families out of poverty and illiteracy to self-reliance. Heifer International gifts animals and training in their care to people in need everywhere.

Organic Consumers Association

Louise and the Hay Foundation support the work of the Organic Consumers Association. This organization promotes organic agriculture, safeguards organic standards, and challenges genetic engineering and factory farming.  

 

Tyler Ferreri & upcoming benefits

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=197569162357&ref=ts&v=info

Information on Tyler Ferreri and his upcomming benefits. Tyler is a 2½ year old boy from Pardeeville, WI who has mental and physical disabilities. His grandma, Sue Ferreri, is carring for him because his parents have abandoned him. Tyler has Chromosome 9 Deletion P22 with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Tyler needs special equipment to live his daily life. Family and friends are holding benefits to help pay for this special equipment. The benefits will also help Sue to legally adopt him.

 

HELP HAITI $10 (OR MORE) CHALLENGE...Pass It On!! http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=249824619591&ref=mf

 

Check out some of the videos: http://haitianstreetkids.com/videos.htm
I didn't even know slavery was still going on? Read the stories on there, it's surreal...

 

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Helping Mans Best Friend, Johannesburg, South Africa.... SPCA

http://www.jhbspca.co.za/index.php/jhbspca/donate-to-the-johannesburg-spca.html 

 

 

American Red Cross
The American Red Cross' primary focus during the initial response of an emergency is feeding, sheltering and supplying any other basic needs. To donate: Go to RedCross.org, hit donate now button at top and then International Response Fund. You also can text "Haiti" to 90999 to donate $10 to the International Response Fund. The money will go directly to relief efforts in Haiti. Or call 1-800-Red-Cross.

AmeriCares
This nonprofit disaster relief organization delivers medicine, medical supplies and aid to people in crisis around the world. To donate, call 1-800-486-HELP or go to AmeriCares.org. Donations will go toward medicine and medical supplies and for expenses for providing that medical aid.

Care
This humanitarian organization's main focus is to fight global poverty, specifically by empowering marginalized women and girls. To donate to the Haiti relief fund effort, go to Care.org or call 1-800-521-CARE. Money will go toward food, water and sanitation, shelter and emergency health response.

Direct Relief International
Direct Relief provides medical attention to those in need on an ongoing basis and in emergencies. Monetary donations go toward medical aid, supplies and equipment in Haiti. To donate, go to directrelief.org or call 805-964-4767 and 800-676-1638, or go through Google Checkout.

Medecins sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders)
The humanitarian organization delivers medical care to people caught in crisis. Donations to its Haiti relief efforts will go toward repairing the obstetrics and trauma hospitals in Haiti that were damaged in the earthquake. They also will go to transporting an additional 70 doctors and medical supplies to the island in an effort to set up makeshift emergency medical response centers. To donate, go to doctorswithoutborders.org or call 1-888-392-0392.

International Medical Corps
This emergency response agency focuses on health in emergency situations. Monetary donations go toward purchasing medical supplies, medicine and emergency kits and transporting these supplies. 1-800-481-4462 or go to imcworldwide.org

Medical Teams International
The Christian global health organization sends volunteer medical teams and supplies to those in the midst of disaster or poverty. Monetary donations will go to supporting the medical teams being sent to Haiti and to the cost of shipping the medical supplies donated by corporations. Donate by going to medicalteams.org and clicking on the "Donate Now" button, or call 1-800-959-HEAL (4325) or send a check to Medical Teams International, P.O. Box 10, Portland, OR 97207.

Mercy Corps
The organization provides humanitarian assistance and economic opportunities in the world's toughest places, specifically those dealing with poverty, conflict and instability. To donate, go to MercyCorps.org. Money will go toward immediate humanitarian needs in Haiti, which may include, food, water and temporary shelter.

Operation USA
The international relief agency provides funding for reconstruction and development aid to communities that have experienced disasters, disease and poverty. For its Haiti relief efforts, the agency plans to use donations for health care materials, water purification supplies and food supplements. To donate, go to opusa.org or call 1-800-678-7255, or mail a check to Operation USA, 3617 Hayden Ave., Suite A, Culver City, CA 90232.

Save the Children
The independent organization focuses on children in need in the U.S. and globally through programs for health and nutrition, child protection and education. To donate, go to savethechildren.org, or call 1-800-728-3843 or 203-221-4030. Donations will go toward purchasing relief items, such as hygiene kits, family kits (pots, pans, food preparation items) and tarps.

The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army's mission is to provide food, shelter, clothing and spiritual comfort during disasters. To donate money, go to salvationarmyusa.org or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY. Make sure you designate the donation for "Haiti Earthquake." Money will go to the Salvation Army in Haiti, which will determine the country's immediate needs, including water, food, medicine and transportation.

Shelterbox
The nonprofit delivers boxes of supplies to families of up to 10 people. The boxes contain a tent and essential equipment to use while individuals are displaced or homeless. To donate, call 941-907-6036 or go to shelterbox.org.

U.S. Fund for UNICEF
The national committee for UNICEF is responsible for the organization's fundraising. UNICEF uses the money for health care, clean water, nutrition, education and emergency relief. To donate, go to Unicefusa.org or 1-800-4-UNICEF.

World Food Programme
The food assistance agency's main focus is to fight hunger worldwide. The organization is working to bring food to Haiti. To donate, go to wfp.org.

Yele Haiti
This organization, founded by Wyclef Jean, creates projects to improve the quality of education, health, environment and community development in Haiti. To donate to to its Haiti relief efforts, go to yele.org or text YELE to 501501 to donate $5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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