Mark October 18 on your calendars to spend a morning of fun, fellowship and remembering the good ol’ days before pandemics, politics and general peril took over.
Saint Michael Maronite Catholic Church in Fayetteville NC is one of many faith and secular organizations, which mobilized to raise money to send to Lebanon, helping the people affected by the staggering explosion in August 2020.
Victoria Plekenpol, Founder of dōTERRA China, was interviewed by Host Tami Patzer for Women Innovators Radio.
The world’s first legal tender War Poppy coin launches from esteemed remembrance artist as a poignant tribute to Armed Forces.
Geoff Ables is presenting a series of webinars on remote work productivity and digital workplaces as part Apparo’s IT webinar series for Charlotte-area nonprofit organizations.
Sewing for Angels was created by Becky Auer and Mary Beth Kratsas. Auer and Kratsas are excited to operate as a dynamic and high-growth division of Pittsburgh Gateways Corporation. “Pittsburgh Gateways Corporation is connected with many wonderful entrepreneurial and career training programs and opportunities which can provide assistance during and after this pandemic to those whose careers are transition,” Auer said.
Recently, Jason Kill and his Phoenix-based company, Roofing Solutions & Concepts, donated a roofing job to a family in need through the Habitat for Humanity program.
The Elease Project is a uniquely designed charity to help people survive, thrive, and to make it no matter what circumstantial problems come their way through very difficult times and has helped over 40 families already in a short period of time.
For the first time in American history, churches have to discover ways to celebrate Easter without assembling together for worship services on Easter.
Mary Beth Kratsas and Becky Auer join forces to create the Sewing for Angels Facebook Group to provide one place for volunteers to sew masks for the healthcare community who are requesting masks when supplies were running out.
Maryland mother and wife, Tammy Lofink, experienced a parent’s worst nightmare when her son Robert Mason Lofink died of an overdose. This book takes the reader through Lofink’s poignant journey of loss and healing.