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  • Independent Youth

    Tanya Hamilton is passionate about two things: Entrepreneurship and working with youth. So it was only natural that she would start her own organization. The more Tanya brainstormed, the more she realized that there weren’t really any organizations that focused on teaching Entrepreneurial skills to young people of all backgrounds. Even in schools, Entrepreneurial skills were rarely taught or

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  • Creative Independence Day Service Projects

    July 4th is an awesome day of fun festivities. It is a day when you can relax and celebrate American independence. Volunteerism is an important value in America, so what better day to volunteer than July 4th? See what you can do to help your community!

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  • Help A Senior Citizen

    There are currently more senior citizens, those 65 and older, than ever in history.  Often time, senior citizens end up in nursing homes because their families do not have the ability to take care of them.  Although their family may come and visit, it is probably not possible that they are able to come every day.  Have you ever thought of going to visit a nursing home to keep seniors

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  • Cards of Hope

    “We [youth] are fearless and we aren’t afraid to strive for big things. The fear of failing doesn’t scare us,” said Jen Rubino, the recent high school graduate and founder of Cards for Hospitalized Kids Charity. Jen has proven this statement true time and time again. 

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  • The Billy Bear Hug Foundation

    Affectionately named for President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt in the early 20th century, the teddy bear has become an iconic symbol worldwide for comfort and love. For one organization it means so much more. The Billy Bear Hug Foundation was established in 2010 in remembrance of Billy Wondergem, an aspiring pediatric oncologist who simply wanted to help people. 

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