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Home - ChanRobles and Associates Law Firm : Home of ChanRobles Virtual Law Library : chanrobles.com - chanrobles.com.ph ChanRobles Virtual Law Library - The Home of the Philippine On-line Legal Resources : chanrobles.com - chanrobles.com.ph
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Freeofme- An Initiative for Social Cause ! More than One Lakh NGOs in India, CSR Companies, Volunteers and Activists Listed. Online Donation, Fundraising, Volunteering and Many Social Activities.
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Trip Advisor A news, media, and production company created by journalism icon Dan Rather and dedicated to insightful coverage and conversation.
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The Jackson Sun | Jackson, Tennessee Top local news, sports, feature and breaking news stories from Jackson and West Tennessee, with photo galleries and videos.
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Generosity Solutions for Growing Ministries We are experienced guides, passionate about partnering with ministries on giving projects with God-sized vision and Kingdom implications.
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Web Design, SEO, & Social Media Management Firm We are a results-focused digital media business. Our sole purpose is to use our expertise to help your business grow. Our services consist of web design, SEO, and social media management.
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WHDO - World Human Development Organization World Human Development Organization works with rural Sri Lankans to address their own development needs and provides services for economically and ecologically sustainable, socially ........
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JDRF, the type 1 diabetes charity | Funding research to cure type 1 diabetes JDRF is the type 1 diabetes charity and a funder of world-class medical research to cure, prevent and treat type 1 diabetes. We also campaign to influence government on type 1 diabetes issues and support families living with the condition.
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The New Divine Humanity | L' Aura Pleiadian   Welcome To The New Divine Humanity ~ My Name is L'Aura.  Below are some Testimonials and to your Right are some links to Go Fund Me campaign, Google Translate, To Donate to support my work (if you would like to) and to Access all of my Written Posts, as well as for you to listen…
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Twitter One bucket is a drought awareness campaign that aims to educate and inform urban communities about the harsh reality of drought on our rural communities.
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CommunityNexus Consulting, LLC CommunityNexus Consulting, LLC, a financial development and consulting firm whose partners and associates assist non-profit organizations with resource development objectives, fund raising programs and board empowerment tasks
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The Parents' Campaign Research & Education Fund
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Thuynsma Consulting - fund and organizational development consultants Thuynsma Consulting is a fund and organizational development consultancy formed in 2003 to address the growing need for professional fundraising in South Africa.
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close FUND our Future and join the Karen Rose Campaign.  With 29 years of service as a teacher, principal and executive director of middle schools, Karen Rose has a lot to offer as your professional educator on the School Board.  Rose will bring unity to the School Board by placing the needs of CHILDREN FIRST.  If…
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Creative Fundraising Advisors Creative Fundraising Advisors specializes in strategic fundraising counsel and philanthropic services for a wealth of institutions. CFA's capabilities are based on decades of experience on campaigns ranging in size from $1 million to $1 billion.
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ABC News – Breaking News, Latest News, Headlines & Videos Your trusted source for breaking news, analysis, exclusive interviews, headlines, and videos at ABCNews.com
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SNTF - Product Fundraising Platform | Shop Now To Fund We allow organizations to create their own campaign page and sell our catalog of products, while 40% of all sales are given directly to each campaign.
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Jessi Scurte Jessi Scurte is a creative director and graphic designer located in the Chicago area. She designs invites, websites, logos, brochures, and other print and digital media, as well as art directs videos, photography, and branding work.
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ECU Action Fund To end Big Money in politics, fix our rigged political system and elevate campaign finance and reform in the national conversation. We will work to overturn Citizens United and end the unlimited and undisclosed money in politics.
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The Campaign for Children''s of Mississippi A capital campaign to fund dramatic enhancements to the state's only hospital for children.
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Feminist Women''s Health Center in Washington State provides abortion, birth control, reproductive health care at Cedar River Clinics. Website addresses birth control, abortion, feminism, pro-choice, menopause, contraception, breast health, menstruation, fertility awareness, family planning, HIV, emergency contraception. Feminist Women''s Health Center provides empowering women''s health information on abortion, contraception, and reproductive freedom and reproductive justice. Pro-choice. Located in Renton, Tacoma, Yakima, Seattle, in Washington State (WA). Espanol. Spanish. Abortion, birth control, feminism, contraception, menopause, abortion clinics, breast health, menstruation, family planning, HIV, emergency contraception, menstrual cycles, fertility awareness, self cervical exam, self help, personal abortion stories, pregnancy termination, reproductive freedom, reproductive justice, reproductive health, sexual health, sexual freedom, gender justice. Located in Renton, Tacoma, Yakima, Seattle, in Washington State (WA). Espanol. Spanish.
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Morning Star | The People’s Daily The only English-language socialist daily newspaper in the world, published six days a week.
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Bellman Media – Integrated Strategic Marketing Agency We are an independent strategic marketing agency working across a number of industries from financial services to manufacturing, charities to government.
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JDRF, the type 1 diabetes charity | Funding research to cure type 1 diabetes JDRF is the type 1 diabetes charity and a funder of world-class medical research to cure, prevent and treat type 1 diabetes. We also campaign to influence government on type 1 diabetes issues and support families living with the condition.
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News Headlines - Latest News From Australia & World | The New Daily Breaking news and headlines from Australia and the World. Features the latest in news, money, politics, entertainment, lifestyle, sport, weather and more.
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Home - ChanRobles and Associates Law Firm : Home of ChanRobles Virtual Law Library : chanrobles.com - chanrobles.com.ph ChanRobles Virtual Law Library - The Home of the Philippine On-line Legal Resources : chanrobles.com - chanrobles.com.ph
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Cosgriff Company Capital Campaign Counsel Cosgriff Company offers fundraising and capital campaign management services to higher education, independent schools, libraries, nonprofits, religious and cultural groups across the U.S.
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Maryland State Board of Elections The State Board of Elections provides all eligible citizens of the State convenient access to voter registration; provides all registered voters accessible locations in which they may exercise their right to vote, to ensure uniformity of election practices; to promote fair and equitable elections; and to maintain registration records, campaign fund reports, and other election-related data accurately and in a form that is accessible to the public.
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Home | BreadBoost Fundraising for individuals, organizations, and nonprofits looking to maximize their fundraising potential.
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House the Homeless & Universal Living Wage House the Homeless: education & advocacy on all issues of homelessness in the US, including the Universal Living Wage campaign to end economic homelessness for all minimum wage workers.
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Park + Zoo Redevelopment In 2009, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy unveiled a bold vision for the redevelopment of Assiniboine Park and Zoo. The goal of the Imagine a Place capital campaign is to raise $200 million to fund this redevelopment.
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Lewis E. Lehrman: Economics Articles written by Lewis Lehrman on American history, national security and economic and monetary policy. Author of Lincoln at Peoria: The Turning Point: Getting Right with the Declaration of Independence and co-author of Money and the Coming World Order.
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goodreads The website maintained by Stephen Michael Shearer, biographer and author of "Gloria Swanson: The Ultimate Star", "Beautiful: The Life of Hedy Lamarr", "Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life", "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story", "Tribeca Film Festival"
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Ilm-o-Amal - a leading volunteer network in Pakistan Sponsor a child and help donate through charitable donations to Ilm-o-Amal. Our child sponsorship programs need your support to help alleviate world poverty, fight natural disasters and protect children.
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Hope Retreats International - Home:Thank you for joining us as we begin our 15th year in ministry.                               Above is a diagram of our completed facility once it is completely built out, consisting of 15 cottages represented by the boxes above and a very large multi-purpose building in the middle of the cottages, represented by large square in middle which will house 38 one bedroom suites, plus classrooms, offices, facilities for basketball and vollyball & film and television production offices and sound stages.We hope that you followed our advice in going to our “Breaking News” page and reading the article “$20,000,000 Fund Raising Campaign”, written by our CEO, Dr. Randall Maxwell, as if you did so you will already have a handle on what we have accomplished in ministry over the past 14 years, as well our goals for the next five years. If you have not done so already, we ask that you do so now, as you will see quickly just how we intend to fund all of our programs at Hope Retreat of the South using the same money the American tax payers are already wasting away in the mental health industry.Actually for a small fraction of the money you are already spending, and bring total healing to better than 70% of all those dignosed with a mental illness where the mental health industry says there is no cure! Dr. Randal Maxwell, our founder and Hope Retreats has been in ministry now for 14 years. We have worked in ministry dealing with everything from working with addictions for both males and females, working with battered and abused women, working with troubled and at risk youth, homeless and orphanages around the world. Please go to our “Our Past 14 Years in Ministry” page to see some of the details.It has always been, as well as it is now, been our prayer and goal to affect our society and helping to shape our culture as positively as possible with the resources we have. We have always appealed to the Christian community to unite with us their talents and resources in an all out effort to show a watching and hurting world the love that Christ our Lord whom we profess as our head of the Body of Christ, has for it in very practical ways, thus, with this in mind, this was the birth of Hope Retreat. After our annual Board meeting of 2015, after many months of prayer and meeting with one another it was unanimously decided that in order to have the greatest impact in shaping our culture as positively as possible with the resources that we have is to phase out all of our programs and to concentrate all of our efforts completely in working with the youth of our country, who will be tomorrow’s leaders and our elders. In addition to working with our youth we will also take care of our aged. We have decided to adhere completely to the Scripture in James 1:27; Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. As of September of 2015 we have already phased out all programs all across the country other than our work in Nashville. We are in the process of phasing out Nashville programs other than working the same programs for either youth (ages 12- 35 both male and females) and the aged (60+ years old, both male and female) We have simply kept the Nashville pages to show our reader what we are phasing out and what we have done over the past 14 years in ministry. Our international orphanages will continue, as each of these are self sustaining and handled by an international board of directors and have their own resources and funding. These orphanages will not take away any of our funds or resources and will in no way distract our leaders away from our goals and ambitions in the US. As of September of 2015 we have three distinct different residential programs which at present are very limited and splintered operations as they are housed in several different houses and apartments spread across Davidson and Rutherford County. At present all programs are at capacity. This is why we are in such urgent need of our $20,000,000 fund raising campaign, as there is a continuous waiting list, and being that our residents are in different locations it is simply not as cost effective as having all in one location. We will ultimately house each program, our Youth Retreat, our Evergreen Retreat and Veteran Retreat on one campus as we accomplish our fund raising campaign. Please see diagram above to get idea of what this completed campus might look like once completed. It will be comprised of 15 cottages where all residents will live in a family type atmosphere and a large multi- purpose building with 38 one bedroom suites. The whole facility will house 210 residents very comfortably and 260 cramped but still legal at capacity. Also, please consider, that if we have enough land we can always build additional cottages as need requires. Please see each program page on this site to see complete details on each of these programs. Please also note that we specialize in working with mental illness as better than 30% of our residents have been diagnosed with at least some type of mental illness. This is not to even mention that we can prove that we can totally build out our whole facility for a fraction of what the American tax payer is already spending with the mental health industry where there is absolutely no cure, just a life of bondage to medication which only enables a person the ability to exist in society without hurting themselves or others. In fact, we can prove that we can actually build out our whole facility and bring complete healing to 70% of those who have been diagnosed with a mental illness who are today in jail in just one of the 9 states we service. Today, 20%+ of those in local jails have been diagnosed with a mental illness and the cost to keep one on average in jail is about $129 per day. Our cost is $60 per day. See article "$20,000,000 fund raising campaign" on our "Breaking News" page to see how we can totally build out our whole facility for about the same amount of the savings we can have in just keeping those in jail in just one of the states we serve. This is not to even mention the healing of 70% thus no more cost. we are actually building out the whole facility for half the cost you the American tax payer is already spending to just keep someone in the local jail. We can also prove that we can, by God’s wonderful grace totally heal 70% of our residents whom we have accepted into one of our programs who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.  For our youth, this means total transformation of their lives and a opportunity to return to society and to become totally self sufficient and a contribution to society as opposed to spending the rest of their lives living on the American tax payer. We are able to do all of this by God’s grace and by teaching to live the Christian lifestyle and through nouthetic Biblical counseling. Please go to our “Nouthetic Biblical Counseling” page for definition and information on nouthetic Biblical counseling.Seeking foundational donors now who will commit their support of at least $35 per month. Partner with us now by calling Dr. Maxwell @ Hope Redtreat of the South @ (615) 603-7509. MENTAL ILLNESS IS A MODERN DAY PLAGUE IN THE USA & CERTAINLY THE MOST URGENT UNMET NEEDS IN AMERICA TODAY!CallSend SMSCall from mobileAdd to SkypeYou''ll need Skype CreditFree via Skype
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Generosity Solutions for Growing Ministries We are experienced guides, passionate about partnering with ministries on giving projects with God-sized vision and Kingdom implications.
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Promise of Oregon | The Promise of Oregon campaign focuses on the accomplishments of Oregon’s kindergarten-14 students and the need to adequately fund public education. The Oregon School Boards Association, a member services organization based in Salem, founded "The Promise of Oregon" campaign to focus attention on the accomplishments of Oregon's kindergarten-14 students and the need to adequately fund public education.
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Truax & Company | Design for Growth Truax & Company is a close knit team of award winning designers, visionaries and strategists that delivers optimal positioning and increased revenue for our clients.
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Home | BreadBoost Fundraising for individuals, organizations, and nonprofits looking to maximize their fundraising potential.
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Crowdfunding and Fundraising Campaign Software | Storyblaster Storyblaster’s team of crowdfunding and fundraising experts show you how to tell the story of your campaign, building strategies and social engagement to help you exceed your crowdfunding goals.
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Fundraising Platform for Charities and Creators | Fund My Page Fund My Page is a crowdfunding platform designed for social media pages to raise funds in order to help their pages produce digital content full time. Unlike other crowdfunding platforms, Fund My Page allows users to collect their funds at anytime during the campaign and also helps campaigns promote with free content.
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The Justice Roundtable | The Progressive Voice for Justice Reform Roy L. Austin, Jr. Roy Austin is a partner with the law firm of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP. He began his career with the Criminal Section of the Civil Rights Division investigating and prosecuting hate crime and police brutality cases. In 2000, he joined Keker & Van Nest LLP, working on complex civil and white-collar criminal cases, including a successful pro-bono lawsuit aimed at preventing racial profiling by the Calif. Highway Patrol. He joined the U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C. and prosecuted domestic violence, adult and child sexual assault, human trafficking, homicide and fraud and public corruption cases. He later became Senior AUSA and Coordinator of the D.C. Human Trafficking Task Force. In January 2010, Mr. Austin was appointed Deputy Asst Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, DOJ and supervised the Criminal Section, and the Special Litigation Section's law enforcement portfolio. In March 2014, he joined the White House Domestic Policy Council as Deputy Asst to the President for the Office of Urban Affairs, Justice and Opportunity. Here, he worked with the President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, on issues of reentry, and was a member of Obama's My Brother's Keeper Task Force. Rachel Barkow Rachel Barkow is the Vice Dean and Segal Family Professor of Regulatory Law and Policy at NYU School of Law. She also serves as the Faculty Director of the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law at NYU. In June of 2013, the Senate confirmed her as a Member of the United States Sentencing Commission. Since 2010, she has also been a member of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office Conviction Integrity Policy Advisory Panel. Professor Barkow teaches courses in criminal law, administrative law, and constitutional law. In 2013, she was the recipient of the NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. The Law School awarded her its Podell Distinguished Teaching Award in 2007. After graduating from Northwestern University (B.A.'93), Barkow attended Harvard Law School ('96) where she won the Sears Prize. She served as a law clerk to Judge Laurence H. Silberman on the D.C. Circuit and Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. Barkow was an associate at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans in Washington, D.C. Brittany Barnett Brittany K. Barnett is an attorney and social justice advocate. As the daughter of a formerly incarcerated mother, Brittany knows first hand the impact of mass incarceration is far reaching, devastating families and entire communities. She is co-founder of the Buried Alive Project, an organization that works to end life without parole sentencing handed down under federal drug laws through transformative litigation, legislation, and humanization. While working several years as a corporate attorney, Brittany was committed to pro bono representation of clients in federal prison. Her dedication to this life changing work paid off tremendously – resulting in executive clemency from President Obama for seven of her clients, as well as freedom for several additional clients through the federal court system. She is a member of the legal team that represented Alice Johnson, who was granted clemency from President Trump after serving over 21 years of a life without parole sentence. Brittany is also founder of Girls Embracing Mothers (GEM). GEM partners with women's prisons in Texas and works to lessen the impact of maternal separation by strengthening the mother-daughter relationship and equipping girls with the tools to make positive life choices. Norman Brown Norman Brown is a lifestyle coach who helps recipients of Presidential commutations returning from federal prison to acclimate to society by helping to decrease their risk of recidivism. He bridges the gap that so frequently leaves re-entry citizens vulnerable to psychological setbacks, by helping them find the resources needed to function and grow. His experience goes beyond textbook, involving training and practicality. Norman himself was rewarded clemency from President Obama after serving 24 ½ years for a non-violent crime. He had the honor of having lunch with President Obama in 2015, after being rewarded clemency. Norman has received specialized training in public speaking, lifestyle coaching, and mentoring youths as well as adults. He plays a major role in working with youth for The Dept of Rehabilitation Services, and consults with the executive staff of DYRS in effective innovative approaches with training. He has spoken at the White House and testified for the Federal and DC Government on matters around Mass Incarceration. As Deputy Project Director for Project New Opportunity, Norman manages a staff of consultants who are working with clients preparing to reenter society and start their lives over in being productive citizens. Rhozier "Roach" Brown While serving a life sentence for murder at Lorton Reformatory, Roach Brown conceived and founded THE INNER VOICES, a national traveling prison theatrical troupe, wrote and directed several award winning plays, a television documentary and specials. The Inner Voices performed outside the gates of Lorton over 1,500 times without escape or incident. Roach designed a drug exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum for the White House, was invited by Members of Congress to testify on national legislation, designed a drug prevention program for the Embassy of Ghana and designed and implemented correctional programs. He has won acclaim at New York, Sundance, Cannes and International Film Festivals and developed prison therapeutic theater troupes. Because of his work with the Inner Voices, President Gerald Ford commuted his life sentence, on Christmas day 1975. A community activist extraordinaire, Roach Brown's aggressive legislative organizing includes increased voter awareness and registration for returning citizens, support of ban the box campaigns and fair hiring practices, and repeal of federal mandatory minimum sentences. He is the host of WPFW-FM's popular Cross Roads' radio show. MiAngel C. Cody MiAngel Cody picks locks to human cages. As a federal criminal defense lawyer, Ms. Cody won presidential clemency and freedom for six prisoners serving life sentences for drug crimes. Ms. Cody has defended hundreds of people in federal court, achieving a range of courtroom victories, from jury acquittals to successful federal appeals to significantly reduced sentences. As Founder and Lead Counsel for The Decarceration Collective law office, Attorney Cody has seen incarcerated fathers and mothers kiss children goodbye. She's watched judges lament that mandatory sentencing laws left them hamstrung with no discretion. She's seen people leave prison with nothing to insure their future success. She's witnessed a system dehumanize humans and, in doing so, become dehumanized itself. Ultimately, she has stood with people as they were sent into cages. And she's received desperate calls when those same people returned from prison with nothing. In 2018, Ms. Cody received a Soros Justice Advocacy Fellowship. In 2014, she received the Federal Bar Association's Federal Lawyer of the Year Award. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, MSNBC, Chicago Tribune, Amazon's Audible Series and CNN. Van Jones Van Jones is the President and Co-Founder of #Cut50, CNN political commentator and host of The Messy Truth and the Van Jones Show. He is founder of The Dream Corps, Rebuild The Dream, Green For All, the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and Color of Change. Jones is a Yale-educated attorney and author of two New York Times best-selling books, The Green Collar Economy (2008) and Rebuild the Dream (2012). The second book chronicles his journey as an environmental and human rights activist to becoming a White House policy advisor. He was the main advocate for the Green Jobs Act, the first piece of federal legislation to codify the term "green jobs." In 2009, Jones worked as the green jobs advisor to President Obama. In this role, he helped to lead the inter-agency process that oversaw the multi-billion dollar investment in skills training and jobs development within the environmental and green energy sectors. Jones has been honored with numerous awards and spotlighted on several lists of high achievers, including: the World Economic Forum's "Young Global Leader" designation; Rolling Stone's 2012 "12 Leaders Who Get Things Done"; TIME's 2009 "100 Most Influential People in The World"; and the Root's 2014 "The Root 100." Jason Hernandez In 2011 Jason Hernandez, who was serving a sentence of life without parole for a nonviolent drug crime, constructed his own clemency petition along with a letter asking President Obama to commute his sentence. On December 19, 2013, President Obama responded by commuting his sentence to twenty years. Jason was released in 2015, after 17 years in prison, and continued working on clemency petitions. In the process, he assisted six prisoners serving life receive a commutation through the Clemency Initiative. He continues to file petitions for prisoners in the state and federal system and is a recent recipient of a Soros Justice Fellowship wherein he will advocate for clemency to be used on a broader scale and create a toolkit that will allow prisoners, families of prisoners and students to initiate their own clemency campaigns. Mark Holden Mark Holden serves as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Koch Industries, Inc. He is also president and COO of the Legal Division of Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC, which provides legal, government and public affairs services to Koch Industries, Inc. and its affiliates. In addition, he also serves as Chairman of the Board of Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and serves on the Board of Directors of Americans For Prosperity. Mr. Holden began his career with Koch Industries in 1995 as a litigation attorney, and was vice president and general counsel for litigation and compliance. He has worked with the various Koch companies on a variety of litigation, regulatory, compliance, and commercial issues. Mr. Holden earned a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts. He earned his law degree from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America, where he was an associate editor of the Catholic University Law Review. Andrea James Andrea James J.D is the Founder and Executive Director of the National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls, Founder of Families for Justice as Healing, author of Upper Bunkies Unite: And Other Thoughts On the Politics of Mass Incarceration, a 2015 Soros Justice Fellow, and recipient of the 2016 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights award. As a former criminal defense attorney and a formerly incarcerated woman she shares her personal and professional experiences to raise awareness of the affect of incarceration of women on themselves, their children and communities. Her work is focused on ending incarceration of women and girls and contributing to the shift from a criminal legal system to community led human justice. Alice Marie Johnson Alice Marie Johnson, a first time offender, served 21 years of a life sentence without parole for a drug offense. To date she is the only person with a drug sentence commuted by President Trump. Alice was #1 on CAN DO Clemency's list of the "Top 25 Women most Deserving of Clemency." She was one of six people featured in the ACLUs ad campaign to end mass incarceration. Coordinated by the National Council of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls and the Real Women Real Voices Symposium, while imprisoned Alice was able to use skype to address audiences at Ivy League Universities such as Yale and NYU, as well as Google. She was one of the call-in guests on Cross Roads' National Clemency and Criminal Justice Reform RadioThon, and the Justice Roundtable brought her daughters to Washington, DC to join the White House's March 31 Life After Clemency convening and bring attention to their mother's case. Alice was a model prisoner with an exemplary prison record who is also an ordained minister. While imprisoned she wrote and produced numerous original plays and skits. Mic featured Alice in a video op ed in October 2017 that caught the attention of Kim Kardashian, who successfully advocated for her release at the White House. Alice has often referred to Kim as her "war angel." Paul J. Larkin, Jr. Paul J. Larkin, Jr., is the Rumpel Senior Legal Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He received his law degree from Stanford Law School. He has held numerous positions in the federal and state governments, as well as in the private sector. Among them are Assistant to the Solicitor General at the U.S. Department of Justice and Counsel to the Senate Judiciary under the chairmanship of Senator Orrin Hatch. He has written a variety of articles on clemency, such as Revitalizing the Clemency Process, 39 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 833 (2016); Essay: A Proposal to Restructure the Clemency Process—The Vice President as Head of a White House Clemency Office, 40 Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 237 (2017); and "A Day Late and a Dollar Short": President Obama's Clemency Initiative 2014, 16 Geo. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 147 (2018). Mark Osler Mark Osler is the Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas (MN). He also holds the Ruthie Mattox Preaching Chair at First Covenant Church, Minneapolis. Osler's writing on clemency, sentencing and narcotics policy has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and in law journals at Harvard, Stanford, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, Georgetown, Ohio State, UNC, William and Mary, and Rutgers. A former federal prosecutor, he played a role in striking down a mandatory 100-to-1 ratio between crack and powder cocaine in the federal sentencing guidelines by winning the case of Spears v. United States in the U.S. Supreme Court. Osler's 2009 book Jesus on Death Row (Abingdon Press) critiqued the American death penalty through the lens of Jesus' trial. His second book, Prosecuting Jesus (Westminster/John Knox, 2016) is a memoir of performing the Trial of Jesus in 11 states. Most recently, he is the author of Contemporary Criminal Law (West, 2018), a casebook. The character of Professor Joe Fisher in the Samuel Goldwyn film American Violet was based on Osler, and he has been the subject of profiles by Rolling Stone, The American Prospect, and CBS News. Amy Ralston Povah For the past eighteen years, Amy Ralston Povah has been an accomplished filmmaker, writer, speaker, and activist. After receiving clemency from President Clinton, she advocated for other women seeking "justice through clemency" and started the CAN-DO Foundation (Clemency for All Non-violent Drug Offenders). Amy has organized five White House vigils for the prisoners profiled on the CAN-DO website; spoken on panels at Yale University, Pepperdine University, Vanderbilt University, Washington State University, New York University, Columbus School of Law, and on Capitol Hill. She wrote about the lack of women who received clemency from President Obama for the Federal Sentencing Reporter and authored Op Eds published in the New York Times, Fusion, San Francisco Chronicle, The Hill and 5 HuffPost articles. Amy submitted the numerous cases profiled by the "Mercy Lottery: Review of the Obama Administration's Clemency Initiative released by NYU Law School. CAN-DO profiled and assisted 20 men and 44 of the 105 women who received clemency under President Obama's clemency initiative. The CAN-DO media page. works to garner exposure for the prisoners on the CANDO website. Kemba Smith Growing up as an only child in Richmond, VA, Kemba Smith graduated high school and entered Hampton University. What happened to Kemba in her new campus environment was a nightmare, and led to a 24.5-year sentence in a federal prison. In Dec. 2000, after serving 6.5 years, President Clinton commuted her sentence to time served. Kemba shares her traumatic real life experience in her book, "Poster Child: The Kemba Smith Story." Featured on CNN, Nightline, Court TV, The Early Morning Show, Donahue, Judge Hatchett, and a host of other television programs, Kemba's story has also been written about in national publications including The Washington Post, NY Times, Glamour, People, JET, Emerge, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, and Essence magazines. Kemba is a graduate of Virginia Union University and was a past recipient of a Soros Justice Fellowship. In December 2014, Kemba was appointed a member of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission by Governor Terry McAuliff. She has spoken at the White House and testified before Congress and the United Nations, and is a popular speaker at colleges, universities, high schools, juvenile facilities, churches and national conferences around the nation. Nkechi Taifa Nkechi Taifa is Advocacy Director for Criminal Justice at the Open Society Foundations and Open Society Policy Center and convener of the Justice Roundtable, a Washington-based coalition advancing federal justice reforms. Taifa was founding Director of the Equal Justice Program at Howard University Law School and adjunct professor at both Howard Law and American University Wash. College of Law. She was legislative counsel for the ACLU, serving as principal spokesperson for its Washington Office on criminal justice and civil rights issues. Taifa also served as public policy counsel for the Women's Legal Defense Fund and as staff attorney for the National Prison Project. As a private practitioner she represented indigent adults and juveniles. Over the course of her career she has spoken across the country on justice reform and human rights issues and has testified before the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, the Council of the District of Columbia and the American Bar Association Justice Kennedy Commission. She has served on the boards of numerous public interest organizations, as consultant to various groups and projects, and as an appointed commissioner and chair of the DC Commission on Human Rights. Taifa received her JD from George Washington University Law School. Ebony Underwood Founder and CEO of We Got Us Now, Ebony Underwood is a social entrepreneur, filmmaker and Soros Justice fellow leading a powerful movement built by, led by and for children of incarcerated parents in an effort to create greater awareness about the issue of parental incarceration and the rippling effects of mass incarceration. Ebony's interest in this advocacy work is personal and pivotal. As a daughter of an incarcerated parent, Ebony was traumatized and emotionally devastated by her father's harsh mandatory minimum sentence of life without parole. For 25 years she suffered with the shame and despair she felt. In 2014, she found her voice and began to speak publicly, sharing her story through film, television and social media advocacy. Ebony is a leading voice on the issue of children impacted by parental incarceration, speaking nationally at Yale, Columbia, American and NYU Law Schools, and John Jay School of Criminal Justice, Sing Sing State Correctional Facility, and Google. She has published op-ed articles in Huffington Post, Vibe and Mic, and spear-headed the Google-initiated #LoveLetters campaign to demonstrate the unbreakable bond between a child and their incarcerated parent on Mothers and Fathers Day.
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Wildlife Rescue Rehabilitation Education | Peace River Wildlife Center Peace River Wildlife Center (PRWC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation & Education Center tucked neatly into the mangroves overlooking
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School Choice Campaign: Fund Students, Not Schools! School Choice is a policy reform idea developed to increase the involvement of parents in responsibly schooling their children by giving them ownership of the task.
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Fundraising Consultants, Strategic Consultants | Wootton George Consulting Wootton George Consulting Ltd (01785 663 600) are charity fundraising consultants, offering a wide range of fundraising and strategy services to the UK voluntary sector since 1998.
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Buffalo | Leading Regular Giving Consultants We work with education and culture charities to create and enhance their regular giving programmes.
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Crowdfunders’ Fund Crowdfunders’ Fund is a pre-seed fund for consumer product companies gearing towards a crowdfunding campaign.
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GreenN8 | Community Group  A community group based in north London GreenN8 the group and website were formed in June 2004 in response to a planning application to built a concrete batching plant in what is predominantly a residential area, home to many young families and a thriving community. 13 years forward and many campaigns later we grow and evolve. Haringey Development Vehicle StopHDV Appeal was launched and is now underway. The Crowdfunding round to cover the court cost is getting towards close to the end of the target time and we are not far off. The case is very strong for Appeal [and the judge did not deny its merits, only the timing which we challenge with evidence]. It can change the way Cabinets in Councils are denying democracy, and also make the big corporate developers think again, and help restore social housing. Donate to Legal Fund The judicial review was heard in the High Court, Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, London on 25 and 26 October, The decision was issued on 8 February 2018 Comment on the court decision are available on the StopHDV website. Justice Ouseley made his decision on Gordon Peters' claim for judicial review of Haringey Council's decision to set up the HDV. He refused the review on all four counts. Gordon Peters and StopHDV will appeal this decision to the Court of Appeal. If not stopped, Haringey will transfer over the entire public property portfolio – a mix of land, housing and commercial property, not for peanuts, not for a peppercorn, BUT FOR NOTHING! Instead of payment, Haringey is handing over our public assets for a promise of 50% share of profit. Under the veil of 'Regeneration,' Haringey plan to demolish over 1000 existing homes mainly social housing, schools and community facilities to build high-density housing for private sale and rent instead. Residents living in Northumberland Park – an entire community are to be 'decanted', their homes demolished, without solid assurances of a right to return. Get involved now before it is too late. A brief summary of the case and context are here. transcript StopHDV High Court hearing or download the PDf Donate to Legal Fund Constituency Boundary Change The Boundary Commission Revised proposals, published on 17 October 2017, set out the new constituencies in London. And we can comment on the new proposals until 11 December 2017. The revised proposal is available from here. You may be pleased to know Stroud Green is still part of Hornsey and Wood Green. We've been there, done that, and successfully opposed it before(2011), however, the Boundary Changes 2011 proposals were dropped by the coalition government and picked up again by the current administration. The first round of public consultation ended on the 5th of December 2016. Final proposals will not be made until 2018. The Boundary Commission published the first phase consultation responses and are now asking us to comment on those comments. The 2nd phase of the consultation will end on the 27 of March 2017. To view the comments made in the first part of the consultation for your area one can narrow the search by postcode existing constituency and more, and it is also possible to download a CSV file of all results. Haringey to hike the cost of CPZ permits Haringey secret consultation on hikeing CPZ permits yet again is almost over… Few days before it ends, Haringey sent few emails around, on their website in very small print, they tell the public: "We are proposing changes to our parking permits scheme. See the Permits price list page for details." The consultation ends on the 23.2.2018. 12 years ago when Haringey cabinet plotted the introduction of CPZ to N8 and N10 they claimed that people were asking for it. Of course, we didn't at that point. Then they claimed the CO2 based charges (price hike), is aimed at changing peoples behavior and will reduce CO2 emissions. However, going through Haringey cabinet's documents at the time, we quickly discovered that the real motivation was as it always is the insatiable appetite for more money! The consultation ends on the 23.2.2018 Anyone who wishes to object to the proposed order should send a statement in writing of their objection to the: Traffic Management Group, River Park House, 1st floor, 225, High Road, Wood Green, N22 8HQ or email traffic.orders@haringey.gov.uk Past Campaigns GreenN8 first campaign was in opposition to a planning application by 'London Concrete' to build a concrete batching plant in Cranford Way N8. The campaign started in 2004 and lasted over 5 years. At the time very few councils had a planning portal with applications documents on line. One had to either sit in the library or council offices to read the one and only copy of over 500 pages of detailed impact assessment documents. The GreenN8 website was created to enable the wider community to have easy access to the application documents, but quickly evolved into a powerful tool and a hub of activity. "GreenN8 was one the first community groups to use the internet as a campaign tool developing an interactive website which provided information while also providing residents with the opportunity to comment and communicate with one another" Lessons for the big society, chapter 6. The London Concrete campaign was followed by other campaigns on UDP, CPZ, Boundary changes and more. Past campaigns are archived and can be explored both here and on an older GreenN8 site.