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WHO WE ARE:
KidsTalk Foundation was founded in 1996 by Ninon de Vere De Rosa.
The organization gives young people a voice in society through educational programs, juvenile hall outreach, global assistance, and its hit television talk show,
"Voices of Tomorrow," Hosted by Ninon, who is also the show's Executive Producer.
The show revolves around a new topic every day that allows young people to reflect on issues that affect them in their daily lives.
With topics ranging from Teens and Gangs, to Teens and the Media, Kids with Cancer, Life in Juvenile Hall, and even Movie Star Teens.
KidsTalk "Voices of Tomorrow" covers a broad spectrum in providing quality educational programming aimed at the younger generation that empower youth.
The show "Voices of Tomorrow" has approximately four hundred shows produced.
The show has garnered a total of ninety eight awards, including twenty Telly awards, President’s Award, Davey Award, Gracie Allen award, United Nations Food Program, to name a few.Sickle Cell Thalassemia Patients NetworkWHO WE ARE:
WHAT WE DO:
Sickle cell disease has become invisible in the public health arena.
The Sickle Cell/Thalassemia Patients Network in partnership with Comprehensive Sickle Cell Treatment Centers and other community-Based Organizations work diligently to disseminate important information about genetic disorders, who they affect, how whole communities are affected and what we all can do to improve the quality of life for those affected by inherited hemoglobin disorders.
Key Issues to be Addressed:
* Increasing public knowledge by hosting free public forums
* Increase outreach effort in medical institutions providing comprehensive care
* Provision of referrals to qualified physicians and health care facilities
* Provide advocacy and interventions for individuals and families in school, at work, in the hospital, within the family and in the community
* Increase community-based partnerships to offer a wider range of services throughout a large and growing population
As of February of 2008, SCTPN offers a variety of training opportunities to members and volunteers interested in supporting the Network’s mission to serve and improve the quality of life for children, adults and families living with sickle cell disease and other hemoglobin disorders.Leo Community Development Network
(LECDEN-KENYA)WHO WE ARE:
LECDEN-KENYA began in 2005 as the Kiambiu Self-Help Community Program in the slums of Kiambiu, Nairobi, Kenya.
The program was started by community members and has now grown to include 3 feeding centers (One feeding Centre at riverside, Kiambiu Courtesy of friends and well wishers in the USA, A centre in Kibera Line Saba, Another centre in Siaya District, both courtesy of Eyes on Nature Expeditions tour firm base in Nairobi Kenya), in the care of over 500 children orphaned by HIV/AIDS.
The centre in Machakos District, Makueni District, Homabay District still upcoming due to funds constraints / lack of donor funding.
Because the services of LECDEN-KENYA have reached beyond the boundaries of the Kiambiu, and Kibera slums and outside Nairobi, it was decided that the name should be changed to reflect its larger scope of services within Kenya, hence the new name, LECDEN-KENYA.
WHAT WE DO:
Leo Community Development Network (LECDEN-KENYA) is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) focusing on various development activities in the community, for the socio-economic wellbeing of the communities in our target area.
Here we do HIV/AIDS awareness/control (health) and home based care provisions for those who have been directly/indirectly affected by the disease in the community.Hidden Springs Horse RescueWHO WE ARE:
Hidden Springs Horse Rescue is in large part funded by the Higdon Family of Marianna, FL.
Roger & Melanie Higdon have made it their mission to make a difference in this world by rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted horses.
They devote their time to helping horses through Hidden Springs Horse Rescue, a 501 (c) 3 non profit charitable organization.Azarel OutreachWHO WE ARE:
Dedicated to Helping Teen Mothers
“SAFE, NURTURING HOMES AWAY FROM HOMES”
At Azarel Outreach you are not alone, we care about you and your baby.
No matter what situation that you may be in we have supportive staff members that are here to help you through this process.
We have two Counselors, one nurse and two house mothers that are available 24 hours a day. You will never feel alone here.
We are here to help you without JUDGEMENT!MAAOFNatural Solutions FoundationWHO WE ARE:
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WHAT WE DO:
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Orange County Deaf Advacacy
We are the Deaf, deaf blind, and the disabled, who seek to help our own peers live in safety, good health, and lead them toward independent lives.
WHAT WE DO:
We Serve the Deaf and Disabled and the people who live and work with them.
We involve them in making their lives better, we give them an opportunity to prove themselves, and we lead them toward independence.
We teach people and businesses how to communicate and peacefully co-exist with us.Seal Beach Animal Care Center, Orange County, CAWHO WE ARE:
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WHAT WE DO:
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Welcome from the Parent Advisory Liaison (PAL) group at La Petite Academy, Beach Blvd, Huntington Beach, California.We are proud of our school and the wonderful teachers that love, care, teach and inspire our children everyday.
For parents, La Petite is an extension of our families; a place where we know that our children are safe and loved. One visit demonstrates the level of education that the children receive, and the commitment of the teachers and staff.
La Petite has a sincere commitment to support healthy families. This was a major component in our decision to work with 1 Global Alliance as a community partner.
Nutrition and physical development are an important part of what La Petite stands for; in it´s pursuit of delivering a solid foundation for the children to build upon.
Your support of our school allows PAL to enhance the already strong curriculum, services, and programs that La Petite provides.
Thank you for your support From all of us at La Petite we wish you Excellent Health!
Mountain Vista Elementary SchoolWHO WE ARE:
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WHAT WE DO:
To be addedPeople Skills InternationalOur mission is to increase self-esteem of children and adults to promote a greater level of empowerment.
We offer information and a caring response to the emotional needs of persons and families in distress by promoting a higher level of self-worth, self-discipline, improved behavior awareness of self in relation to others, positive attitude and the empowerment of a "Yes I Can" attitude to situations, people and events. Our Place is a center created for the overall mission of empowering people through its courses and workshops that addresses negative, inappropriate behavior, violence, and acts of aggression. The goal is to increase the awareness of self-value, self-worth, positive relationships and a cooperative attitude; consequently elevating self-respect, respect for others and an enhanced self-esteem. We create an atmosphere in which all persons are free to affirm and celebrate their differences.www.project-access.org
Project Access, a nonprofit organization, establishes Family Resource Center on-site at many low-income apartment communities throughout California, to serve the "working poor."Collaborating with community serviceproviders, Project Access helps this multigenerational and culturally diverse population connect with many programs and services including prenatal/maternal health, parenting, nutrition, school readiness, after-school tutoring, English as a Second Language, adult literacy, computer and job training, and financial education as well as low-cost health care and insurance application assistance.Project Access is helping those in need develop skills, self reliance and community connections, ultimately providing the tools necessary for these citizens to help themselves.Saddleback Little League
- Our Organization
Saddleback Little League is a private, non-profit organization focused on implanting firmly in the children of our community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority. We work hard so that our children may be well-adjusted, stronger and happier. We want our children to grow to be good, decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens. These goals are at the core of Little League Baseball, and Saddleback Little League humbly maintains them.
Saddleback Little League was founded in 1957 and is one of the oldest local leagues in Orange County; only eight other local leagues in the county are older. In addition to producing championship teams, our players have gone on to lead healthy and productive lives in our community. Our players live in Lake Forest, California, and range in age from 5 to 14 years. In future years we hope to expand our program to include youth players to age 16.
Saddleback Little League receives no governmental assistance. We continue our work exclusively through volunteerism and fundraising. Each year several hundred people work tirelessly to help our children. These efforts include grooming the playing fields that we share with our local public schools, coaching our players, and coordinating league social activities for our children. A major priority for our local league is working with businesses to raise the money we need to operate.
Our League draws our Board of Directors from the same volunteers who manage, coach, umpire, sell concessions, maintain facilities and manage equipment. Saddleback Little League is a completely self-sufficient and self-governing non-profit organization.Saddleback Optimist ClubWHO WE ARE:
Saddleback Optimist Club, a South Orange County Club, with Optimist International. See www.Optimist.org for more information.
We are a non-profit volunteer organization, working to Bring out the Best in Kids.
WHAT WE DO:
We support local services working to make children?s lives better. This includes working Optimist International Programs helping children with nowhere else to go, supporting children with cancer, and providing a variety of activities to help children reach their potential.MOPS Grace LutheranWHO WE ARE:
Mothers Of Pre-Schoolers (MOPS)
We are a non-profit organization for mothers of young children 0 - 6 years of age.
WHAT WE DO:
We are a support group for mothers that offers friendship and ministry.P.E.O Chapter HCWHO WE ARE:
P.E.O. (philanthropic educational organization), one of the pioneer societies for women, was founded on January 21, 1869, by seven students at Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Originally a small campus friendship society, P.E.O. soon blossomed to include women off campus. Today, P.E.O. has grown from that tiny membership of seven to almost a quarter of a million members in chapters in the United States and Canada. The P.E.O. Sisterhood is passionate about its mission: promoting educational opportunities for women. Our sisterhood proudly makes a difference in women's lives with five international projects: P.E.O. Educational Loan Fund, Cottey College, P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund, P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education, and P.E.O. Scholar Awards. P.E.O. is headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa.
WHAT WE DO:
P.E.O. is a philanthropic organization where women celebrate the advancement of women; educate women through scholarships, grants, awards, loans, and stewardship of Cottey College; and motivate each other to achieve their highest aspirations.
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