Brian Friedman, who swam from Alcatraz to San Francisco – handcuffed, will now tackle the Hudson River for Diabetes awareness.
Just made my second donation to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. Join me, please! These homeless, hungry, scared, frustrated, hope-sapped survivors need our help! See my previous post for links to a bunch of charities or use the American Red Cross link here or to your right. Please follow and like us:
If you haven’t yet, please help our poor fellow Americans, who’ve suffered so horribly because of Hurricane Katrina. Get your credit card out now and donate to one of the following: Adventist Community Services America’s Second Harvest–The Nation’s Food Bank Network American Red Cross (1-800-HELP NOW) Catholic Charities USA Chabad Lubavitch of Louisiana Christian Disaster […]
Just heard about this group, Network for Good, which makes it very easy for you to select just where you want your money to go to help Hurricane Katrina victims. For example, it tells you that B’nai B’rith International provides assistance to victims of the recent storm, Operation Blessing transports food, water, cleaning kits, and […]
Vanessa Sands from Low Carb Energy has the right idea! She comments here: "Think you can’t afford to give? Here’s an idea: Take the money you spend (or *used* to spend) on the coffee break doughnut, the mid-afternoon vending machine raid, the evening bowl of ice cream and the piles of sugary junk in between […]
Today is “Blog for Relief” Day. Those of you on dry ground today, please, reach into your wallets today to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, Even if you’ve already donated when I’ve asked twice previously, just think about these poor people — our fellow Americans — who are traumatized, barely surviving, starving, tired, struggling, […]