Good News attends “Do Gooder” event and speaks to many on how they help the community.
They have many outreaches: One being: Generations of Faith , For over 150 years, the Diocese of Brooklyn has embraced and celebrated the diversity of its communities, families and faithful. Generations of Catholics have been raised in our tight-knit neighborhoods, celebrating their Catholic faith at our many parishes, and building our church for the future. We have been richly blessed. With those blessings comes the responsibility to share with future generations all that we have received.
Generations of Faith, the capital campaign for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens, launched in April 2015 with the goal of $80 million. We have raised more than $120 … [Continue reading...]
And worthy of Broadcast Coverage???
A wedding hopefully should be a once only occasion and can be expressed in so many ways with many different budgets.
We thought to introduce you to an impromptu wedding with a very limited budget. This story is a Romantic Comedy ready for Prime Time presented on June 21st. You are all invited.......Here are some of the unique interesting attributes;
* The Wedding Ceremony on June 21st @ 10:00 AM will be performed in one of the oldest Chapels in Philadelphia.
* The Bride & Groom will not enter to “Here comes the Bride” but will dance down the Bridal Path in Fairmount Park at Valley Green in jeans to the Doo Wop favorite “Today I meet the boy I’m going to marry” by Darlene Love
* The Wedding will bridge many generations embracing Ageless … [Continue reading...]
WHY DO I EXIST?/ KUKI NDIHO RWANDA ORPHANS SUPPORT PROJECT
Founder: Marie Claudine Mukamabano
1186 FULTON STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11216 USA
Why Do I Exist is an international Non Government Organization (NGO) that is focusing on helping orphans since the tragedy of 1994 of the Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda. With an initiative of making a world with care and passion, Marie Claudine Mukamabano initiated this Foundation to help and rescue people that were living with no hope. Spoke out with compassion and a hearted spirit the founder advocated for peace and resilience for genocide survivor mainly looking at the Rwandan Orphans.
It is in this regard that, Why Do I Exist is organizing again UN’s International Day for Peace that will take place at Muhima Primary … [Continue reading...]
It’s hard to believe that anyone could take 31 Ambien and live − but LaDonna Gatlin did just that! As a result, perhaps more than at any time in her brilliant singing and speaking career, people connect with her message of struggle, hope and purpose beyond the pain; because they know she has "walked the talk." Along with her brothers Larry, Steve and Rudy, LaDonna reached the highest highs in the music world, only to walk away from her brothers’ dreams to follow her own.
A member of the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame, LaDonna has inspired countless thousands through her wisdom, humor and song. Her new book, The Song in You: Finding Your Voice, Redefining Your Life (HCI Books), co-authored with Mike Marino, encourages the reader to identify and pursue their own passions – to … [Continue reading...]
Reveals Dozens of New Do-It-Yourself Products
DIY Expansion Includes New Cobranded Products with Maker Media
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 16, 2013 — Just in time for Maker Faire Bay Area, RadioShack announced a major partnership expansion with Maker Media, the creators of MAKE Magazine, Makezine.com, and Maker Faire, to better serve the DIY community. Maker Media and RadioShack will be teaming up to collaborate on an expansive DIY product lineup, exclusively carried at RadioShack and Maker Shed, including kits, robotics and tools.
“DIY is part of RadioShack’s DNA,” said Dawn Callahan, vice president of merchandising, responsible for the DIY product category at RadioShack. “We’re grateful to be part of a wonderfully loyal community of makers, and we listened when they told us how we can help … [Continue reading...]