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Ste. Anne's Spa goes global- raising funds to help educate children in Africa
Grafton, ON (rushPRNews) By: Ste. Anne's Spa 2012-06-19

June Fundraiser at the Brickworks in Toronto Every year, Ste. Anne's Spa receives hundreds of requests for support from some very worthy causes. This year, Canada's Favourite Spa has decided to switch their focus for charitable donations into one project, The

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Harvard, Oxford researchers invite others to join in building new network for planetary change
CAMBRIDGE, MASS (rushPRNews) By: John Toomey 2012-05-02

Students from Harvard and Oxford,  in cooperation with the World Mind Network,  Peer to Peer Media Group, and the Creative Commons Initiative, are building a new social network dedicated to using common Web and Smart Phone apps to build projects

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Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation's National Spokesperson Wins Awards
LOS ANGELES, CA (rushPRNews) By: Farrell Chiles 2012-04-10

La Trycee Fowler, National Spokesperson for the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation (TASF), won two awards for her entry at the 2012 LAWebFestival held on April 6-8, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. La Trycee’s web series entitled “Hope” focuses on a family's

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NCS bring new life to dated sheltered housing scheme
Yorkshire, UK (rushPRNews) By: Grapevine Marketing Agency 2011-11-16

A1 Housing is an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) who provide the day-to-day management of Bassetlaw District Council’s housing stock of around 7,000 properties. A1 Housing has, for a number of years, employed the services of Network Communication Systems (NCS)

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The Professor Who Has a Heart for Egypt’s Poor
LONDON, UK (rushPRNews) By: Naked Soul Art 2011-09-29

Each Elite Tour Club destination country has its Contribution charities, and Ramy Nicola, Elite Tour Club's Cairo-based CEO, decided that the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation should be one of our Egyptian beneficiaries. An Egyptian non-governmental organisation, the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation was

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National Labour Union Confederation Initiates Voter Education Drive for Ontario Election
Toronto, Ontario (rushPRNews) By: Confederation of Canadian Unions 2011-09-26

Independent Labour Union Organization asks Ontarians to "Have A Say, Vote Your Way"  - A national labour union confederation kicked off a political education drive aimed at increasing voter turnout for the October 6th Ontario election.  The Confederation of Canadian Unions (CCU),

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Cleveland Family Immigration Lawyer Is Victorious in Court
CLEVELAND AND AKRON, OHIO (rushPRNews) By: Jonathan Bartell 2011-09-20

 - Cleveland family immigration lawyer Jonathan Bartell chalked up another win in Cleveland immigration court Aug. 30 when he successfully defended a Russian man facing deportation. "It was great to see this case closed," says Bartell, a Russian and Arabic speaking

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2011 YOUTH CHESS TOURNAMENTS FOR PEACE
Montreal, Canada (rushPRNews) By: Brana MG 2011-08-14

TO MARK THE VISIT OF HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA YOUTH CHESS TOURNAMENTS FOR PEACE TO BE LAUNCHED AT THE 2nd GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON WORLD’S RELIGIONS AFTER 9/11 The Canadian Centre for Ecumenism is delighted to announce the launch of Youth Chess Tournaments for Peace,

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NEW TEEN ARTIST, STEPHANIE COURTNEY, COMBATS BULLYING WITH MUSIC
New York, NY (rushPRNews) By: Double XXposure 2011-06-13

NEW TEEN ARTIST COMBATS BULLYING WITH MUSIC Stephanie Courtney’s new song “Taken Over” promotes motivating words of encouragement Vocalist Stephanie Courtney is a teenager who wants to touch others with her music and messages. Along those lines, one problem plaguing large numbers

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Isolated Mayan Community in Impoverished Rural Guatemala Empowered through Technology
Spokane, WA (rushPRNews) By: Roots and Wings International 2011-05-25

In poverty-stricken indigenous Boca Costa de Sololá in Guatemala, the average family barely survives through coffee-farming and lives on less than $2 per day, but the community is on its way to higher quality of life thanks to the first

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