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The Most Complete eBilling and Payment Solution | Paymentus - Paymentus The Paymentus platform offers interaction and payment options for every preference. Whether your customer wants to make a payment from their computer, a mobile device, in-person or elsewhere
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Front Rush Front Rush provides smart, collaborative athletics management software solutions that drive data, efficiency, communication and coach productivity. Our best-in-class recruiting software supports 9,500+ college teams at over 850 schools.  Front Rush is the first choice for coaches.
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Agile NYC The first and largest agile community in the NYC metro area since 2007. Organizer of the annual Agile Day conference organized by and for agile professionals in the Big Apple
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Humanitarian Aid Organization for Children | Save the Children Save the Children is a leading humanitarian organization for children. We’ve changed the lives of over 1 billion children in the U.S. and around the world.
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Disability Info SA | Info on Disabilities Home Please note that the FREE services and website that we offer is privately run & funded and is not run or funded by the Government. We therefore rely on advertising and donations to continue to supply and improve this Free service. The Companies, Clubs, Schools and Organizations that have their logos on this site, have advertised or made donations to the Website and have therefore assisted us be able to continue to offer this free Service. Please support them as they have supported Us and please contact us if you can advertise with us or would like to make a donation! Introduction Welcome to ''Disability info South Africa" which has been developed as a "Free Service" for "Persons With Disabilities" in South Africa, who are looking for information that can help them. ''Disability info South Africa" is a "One Stop Information Service " which provides information for and about the disabilities that fall under the 4 main Disability groups in South Africa, which include Persons with: Mobility Impairments; Hearing Impairments; Visual Impairments & Intellectual Impairments. Those persons who fall under either of these 4 disability groups have a different set of emotional, physical & financial needs, which they have to deal with on a daily basis. "Disability Info South Africa" is a free service that will try to address some of these needs and this service consists of 4 parts: An Information Web Site: DISA supplies information about different disabilities, covering a number of topics, including: Assistive Devices; Sports & Hobbies; Organizations; Government Grants; Accessible Features; Self Help Centres; Transport Services; Service Dogs; Finding Jobs, Tax Deductions; Etc. Yes To Access: We at "Disability Info South Africa" not only believe that access to information is important, but also access to all aspects of life in South Africa, which is why we are in the process of developing "Yes To Access" as one of our services we supply. We aim to inform all persons with disabilities of their rights and to supply a platform for them to be able to lay a complaint, which we will then follow up on to make sure that it is dealt with. Yes To Access has 12 different areas, to lay a complaint, they include: "Non-Compliant Transport"; "Non-Compliant Parking"; "Non-Compliant Built Environments"; "Non-Compliant Ramps & Pathways"; "Non-Compliant Toilets"; "No Entry to Guide, Hearing, Therapy Or Service Dogs"; "Inaccessible Education"; "Disability Access"; "Hearing Augmentation"; "Employment Inequality & Exclusion"; "Non-Compliant Tourism & Accommodation" & "Inaccessible Technology & Web Access". Website coming soon. Search Facilities: 6 Different Search Facilities are available on the DISA web site to make it easier to search for: Suppliers of Products Suppliers of Services Organizations Sports Clubs Health Care Facilities Educational Facilities The contact details of Organizations, Sports Clubs, Facilities and Companies are listed with their contact details and a link to their web site. If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can contact Alan Downey on the contact details provided and he will point you in the right direction. A free Telephone and E-mail Service, where you can contact us for information and we will research the question and contact you back with an answer or put you in contact with the relevant parties. A Facebook Page that not only shares information but also promotes events, organizations & activities that are available. The services listed above and the information supplied on this Web Site are free of charge, but your Company, Sports Club or Organization can support us through advertising with us or by making a donation. We are not a registered Organization but we do welcome any assistance we can get, so that we can continue to improve this web site and supply this service free of charge. Find out more about persons with disability in South Africa: Government stats & profile of persons with disabilities in South Africa Find out more about the Rights of persons with disabilities: The White paper On the Rights of persons with disabilities Find out more about the: Technical Assistance Guidelines for People with Disabilities About Us "Disability info South Africa" is a free web site and support service for Persons With Disabilities in South Africa, it was developed and is run by Alan Downey, who is a C5 Quadriplegic & has been since he had a diving accident in 1994. Alan has been working on this project since 2015. Read More: .... "Over the last 25 years, I have come to realize that living with a disability is difficult, but it can be made easier if you have access to the right information and support structures, which can assist you. With this in mind, I decided to research and develop a web site that could help others in a similar situations to myself." In 2016, "Disability info South Africa" went live, but it was only officially launched in April 2017. Since 2017 it has changed & evolved and we have built a Support and Information Service around this website. This Service and Website has already exceeded all expectations thanks to the support of a number of Companies and Organizations. In August 2017 we were interviewed on Cape Talk and in 2018 after our 1st year anniversary of officially launching DISA, we were interviewed on 5 FM. Click the buttons on the right to find out more about these interviews and the services we provide. DISA has already helped many different people throughout South Africa and through your support we hope to continue to create a Service that can assist and make a difference in the lives of even more Persons With Disabilities in South Africa and Africa. Please Support Us We Need Your Support! This project is a huge undertaking, which requires a lot of information & takes time & money to develop. We do not receive any funding from the government, so would appreciate any help that we receive, which will assist us to continue to supply and improve this Web Site and Service, therefore making a difference in the life of persons or families living with disabilities. There are 3 ways that you can Support Us: 1. You can supply information needed on the Web Site or add your company details. If you notice that we are lacking information in certain areas & are able to assist us, by supplying information, please don't hesitate to contact us. We welcome all the help, that we can get. If your company or organization offers services or products for person with disabilities, you can add your details & they will be listed on the site. To find out more or add information or your details, please click on the "Supply information or add your details" button below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. 2. You can make a donation that can Help develop the site. We welcome all donations, anything will help towards the development of this site. We also except donations of equipment, which we will pass on to those require it. In recognition of your donation, we will put your logo on the "Home Page", scrolling across the top of the page site, it will include a link to your web site or contact information. We will also supply you with a "Certificate Of Donations". To find out more, please click on the "Donation" button below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. 3. You can join the site, by purchasing advertising on specific pages on the site. Your logo will be placed visibly on the right hand side of the pages of your choice. The advert will be linked to there web site or contact information. By doing this, you will be gaining advertising for your organization or company, as well as supporting persons with disability in South Africa! Any money that we receive from this advertising, will cover the costs of developing the site, adding the information & the running of this Service. To find out more and to view the different options and prices, click on the "Advertise With Us" Button below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. The FREE services and website that we offer is privately run & funded and is not run or funded by the Government or any Organization. We therefore rely on advertising and donations to continue to supply this service and this information FREE of charge. Please click on the buttons below to find out more, or Contact Us if you are able to assist or know of anyone who can advertise with us or would like to make a donation. Search For Information As mentioned above, we also supply a "Search For Information" page, where you can search for information that you may need to find, such as: Assistive Devices, Products & Equipment; Looking for a Job, Services & Service Providers; Disability Organizations; Activities, Sports Organizations & Clubs; Healthcare Service Providers and Educational Facilities & Service Providers. Click on the category buttons below to see if you can find what you are looking for. If you can't find what you looking for, please contact us via the "Contact Us" page & we will try to assist you. Please note that we are continually uploading new information, so if your Company, Club, Service Providers or Organization is not listed & you would like it to be listed, please send us your details on the "Supply Information Or Add Your Company Details" Form & we will list them as soon as possible. Facebook Page As mentioned above, we also run a very active Facebook Page, which is linked to our web site. On this page we try to inspire people and highlight individuals accomplishments and the Companies and Organizations that offer Services to assist Persons With Disabilities. We also promote the Companies and Organizations that have supported us through advertising. You can contact us through our Facebook Page to ask us any questions and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible. You can visit our Facebook Page at: Disability Info South Africa Facebook Page or by clicking on the Facebook button below. A Laugh At Life Disability is a serious matter and living with a disability can be difficult and may cause depression, but it sometimes helps to see the lighter side of our disabilities and the people who don't understand them. "Laughter is the best medicine" and with this in mind Alan Downey (Quadriplegic) has developed some cartoons depicting some true & some not so true funny stories involving Persons With Disabilities. Some of these cartoons were published in The Rolling Inspiration Magazine and are available to enjoy on our Website. Please click on the button below: "A Laugh At Life", but please note that they are not to be downloaded or printed without permission from Alan Downey. You can however contact him to commission some cartoons or purchase the use of the ones that have been created and displayed on our site. Referenceshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disability_in_South_Africa
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Diary Of A School Nurse diary of a school nurse blog.school nurse and school health related stories.written for school nurses, educators, parents, & students.health promotion
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Modern Parents Messy Kids - We're all about finding ways to make family life better while keeping our sense of humor. Check out our famous MPMK Top Toy Awards, already viewed over 7,000,000 times! We're all about finding ways to make family life better while keeping our sense of humor. Check out our famous MPMK Top Toy Awards, already viewed over 7,000,000 times!
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Nonprofit Charitable Organization The Workers of Our Lady-Canada is dedicated to sharing the messages given by the Blessed Virgin Mary with the world. A model of faith and a vessel of love and mercy, Our Lady has touched the hearts of many people and changed their lives in the forms of healing and apparitions. Contact us today.
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Palo Alto History Museum The Palo Alto History Museum is a private nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that is developing the first history museum for the Palo Alto and Stanford Community.
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Arizona Jewish Life | Photo courtesy ABC 15. Before the pandemic stay-at-home orders became commonplace in our community, I didn't leave the house. The place that I consider my sanctuary, my home, became a place where I was unsure of my own safety. On the night of Jan. 25, 2020, Johnny Roman Garza, as part of a conspiracy planned with the neo-Nazi organization Atomwaffen Division, glued a poster on my home's front bedroom window that depicted a figure in a skull mask holding a Molotov cocktail in front of a burning house. My name and address were on the bottom of the poster along with the threat, "Your actions have consequences. Our patience has its limits . . . You have been visited by your local Nazis." What followed after I found the poster was a blur of police, FBI agents and Homeland Security personnel descending on my property. There was only so much they could tell me about what was going on, only that I was one of many targets as a journalist connected with a Jewish publication. I agreed not to post or say anything to not interfere with the ongoing investigation. I had the FBI and Homeland Security phone numbers loaded in my phone – just in case. I also opened my mailbox with a stick for fear of explosives, and when my daughter had to travel for work and left her car at our house, I drove it before she came home – just in case "they" had done something to tamper with her vehicle, she would not be the one to find out. I laid awake at night wondering if the Molotov cocktail would become a real threat. We installed a security system, and every time the app on my phone would alert me of some movement from one of the cameras, my heart would skip a beat. I didn't leave the house unless accompanied by my husband. On Feb. 26, I breathed a sigh of relief when Garza and three others were arrested on "suspicion of organizing a campaign to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists" across four states. I was also confused as to why a young man of Mexican-American descent would find kindred spirits in a white-supremacist hate group. There was talk but little detail of a turbulent home life, and he admitted during his sentencing on Dec. 9 that he "looked elsewhere in a time of "darkness and isolation" and "fell in with the worst crowd I could have fallen into with." He also said that he and his family "count this experience as a blessing because if consequences had not come down on me the way they did, I would not have changed." During the sentencing, I was surprised to hear Garza's attorney, Seth Apfel, was Jewish. He had recommended that Garza take classes on Jewish history and culture and that through doing so, stated Garza has "made a complete and sincere change. Not just disavowed but embraced a new way of being. He has become an ally for the Jewish people." Apfel went on to say that it was "one of my proudest moments as an attorney." This experience has conjured up so many emotions. As time went on and my feelings of fear changed to anger and then to sadness. I admit when I was younger, I made some bad decisions, not to the extent of Garza's actions, but things that may have gotten me into trouble at the time. I also have children in their 20s and have seen from their classmates what can happen when children seek approval and belonging from the wrong group of people. On Dec. 9, Garza was sentenced to 16 months jail time and three years probation by U.S. District Judge John Coughenour in Seattle. Judge Coughenour says he believes Garza's remorse but that he felt he needed more than just the probation time that his lawyer recommended. He also made a statement on not just the aspect of the hate crime, but who specifically was targeted. "Referring to journalism and the press and media as 'fake news' enables people who are vulnerable to suggestions like this, very young people ... that this kind of conduct is appropriate," he said. As editor of two Jewish publications, I have interviewed victims of anti-Semitism and hate crimes. I have been a general target of anti-Semitic rhetoric and hateful comments, but nothing that targeted me so personally. Like many people who are not Jewish, I could never fully understand how it felt until now. Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Woods opened his statement to the court on Wednesday with Martin Luther King, Jr.'s quote, "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." He also commented that many of the community members that Garza targeted have lost faith in that justice. Someone asked me if I was satisfied with Garza's sentence, and I honestly don't know. If Garza continues on the path away from the darkness that once enveloped his soul, it will be a win for our community. I would like to think that this may spark others to shun anti-Semitism and hate, but unfortunately, history shows us that there will always be that component in our society. What we have to do is make sure that our light shines brighter and to share another quote by Martin Luther King, Jr., "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear."
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Events | National Speakers Association (NSA) [cs_content_seo]WELCOME TO NSA NEW ORLEANS!South Louisiana's leading community of professional speakers dedicated to sharing knowledge, collaboration, and innovation.Why Attend Business Growth Events?When speakers from all over the word come together, ideas happen, bonds form, and you learn new strategies that can completely revolutionize your business.Learn. Grow. Share.To achieve the best that's in us, as individuals and as an organization, we must be continually improving. NSA New Orleans provides a wide variety of opportunities to do exactly that. The goal: to learn, grow, and share. Learn. Grow. Share.To achieve the best that's in us, as individuals and as an organization, we must be continually improving. NSA provides a wide variety of opportunities to do exactly that. From conferences to labs, the themes and the content may vary, but the goal is always the same: to learn, grow, and share. And the learning doesn't all happen in sessions. In fact, a significant portion of it takes place away from the breakout rooms - in the hallways, sitting next to you at lunch or standing beside you at an evening reception. LEARN MOREREGISTERHow To Build Your Personal Brand and Become A Local Celebrity EntrepreneurPresenter: Ramon Ray 1 PM EST, Wednesday, October, 14, 2015 In this presentation Ramon shares from personal experience, how solo professionals and growing businesses can build their personal brands and crush their competition. Attendees learn the 5 key principles it takes to have star power in their local markets and areas of expertise. A strong personal brand ensures YOUR brand is fist and foremost in the minds of your target market. While a "corporate brand" is important, it's also essential that business professionals have PERSONAL brands which can compliment and enhance their corporate brands. Attendees will leave this insightful, energized and humorous presentation with specific tools and best practices. Saturday,June 9, 2018 Schedule 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Coffee and Networking 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. New Board Installation 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Chapter News 10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Break and Networking 10:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (with break) Our Featured Speaker: John B. Molidor, PhD, CSP Coming Saturday, December 5, 2020 Lessons Learned in 2020 (And How to Profit From Them!) with Dr. Samuel Jones, CSP THIS WILL BE A VIRTUAL WORKSHOP AVAILABLE THROUGH ZOOM - $35 each unless you are already an All-Access member. Join us on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 10:00 AM! The year 2020 has been filled with dysfunction, disruptions, and disappointments as it relates to COVID-19 and the meetings industry. And it's imperative that as business owners, we have the mindset to identify lessons learned in order to thrive in chaotic and uncertain times. In this session, Dr. Samuel Jones, CSP, leadership speaker, author and executive coach will take you through the strategies he developed while rediscovering his purpose, transformed his programs and created a path to increase his profits during the shutdown. In this program, you will learn: how to transcend stress and give yourself a 25% boost in happiness to make your content connect with your audience, even virtually how to bridge the gap between purpose and performance to increase audience engagement how to pivot your passion for personal and organizational success About Dr. Samuel Jones, CSP: Dr. Samuel Jones is a highly sought after speaker, author, and award winning entrepreneur. As the President and CEO of Transform Now Inc., his goal is to help empower people to enhance the culture, improve their collaboration and elevate their performance. His 20+ years of leadership in the education arena, non-profit and now as an entrepreneur, has given him valuable insight into cultural stability and successful organizational frameworks. He understands when employees suffer from resistance to change and how to get them to invest in new thoughts and methods for improved results. As a result of working with Dr. Jones, organizations insist that they now have a deeper purpose in their work; team members are engaged with focused performance; and their partnerships have been transformed into winning relationships. He is married to Sarah Jones and he also serves as Assistant to the President for Leadership Training at Jones College and Associate Pastor at Peace & Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church in Richton, MS. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Advertising and a Master's degree in Public Relations from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Mississippi State University. He recently received the Certified Speaking Professional® (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association and in 2018, he was recognized as one of the TOP Entrepreneurs by the Mississippi Business Journal. Dr. Jones is excited and ready to help your organization and team TransFORM NOW. Saturday, December 5, 2020 10am to 11:15am (CST) REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR YOU TO RECEIVE LINK TO THE EVENT. PAY ONLINE NOW FOR THIS SINGLE WORKSHOP, OR BECOME AN ALL-ACCESS MEMBER: Pay Now Special one-time price of $35 for First Time Guests and Returning Guests, or become an All Access Member for a monthly free of $35. Already an All Access member? Please email us to RSVP: RSVP Now NSA Essentials Aesthetic Intelligence Shelly Molaschi If you haven't heard of Aesthetic Intelligence, you've probably felt it. AI is the development of "taste"—the ability to discern what is desirable and why and how to attain it. If you master it; AI can give you an edge over the competition. The right AI is what keeps you going back to your favorite restaurant. AI changed the way you buy your perfume. I'll show you how to up your AI by getting organized, focused and styled. All of it giving YOU the edge over the competition. ABOUT SHELLY: "You don't get a second chance to make a first impression" "People size you up in 3 seconds" "Clothes don't make the man but they do make 90% of what you see of him" You've heard these before and they are still true. Before a person speaks we have already decided if we respect them, distrust them, or pity them. Image coach Shelly Molaschi brings her television news anchor and reporter experience to an informative and surprising presentation about what really creates your desired image. Transform your professional credibility and convey power, position, confidence, style or fun, and take control of your presentations, media appearances, and board room aspirations. Saturday, March 14, 2020 Schedule: 8:30am – 9:00am Coffee and Networking 9:00am – 9:30am NSA Essentials: Shelly Molaschi 9:30am – 10:00am Chapter News 10:00am – 10:15am Break and Networking 10:15am – 12:30pm (with break)Our Featured Speaker: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE First Time Guests Workshop Registration $25 Members & Returning Guests Workshop Registration $50 All Access Subscription Unlimited Workshops for $35/month FACEBOOK LIVE ACCESS: Subscribers now have the option of watching workshops on Facebook Live from home with either All Access Pass option (guest or national member). Click here for more information. Pre-Registration Required Payment at the door is $10 more and requires an RSVP to[/cs_content_seo]
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Home | Lithopolis United Methodist Church Welcome Home! At Lithopolis United Methodist Church, we are inviting people to be in relationship with Jesus and each other so that lives and communities are changed. We hope you''ll join us.
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Morrison Boxing Club | Boxing in Little Rock Arkansas Welcome to the Morrison Boxing Club We are open Arkansas state COVID-19 restrictions have changed. Sparing, focus mitt work and one on one drills will resume. Restrictions still in place include screening for staff and patrons, temperature checks and face coverings for everyone. Juniors, age 8-16, may now train Monday-Thursday, 5-6 PM and Saturdays 9-10…
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CEO Stars | The Premier Peer Advisory Group for Ad Agency Owners CEO Stars is the premier, next generation peer advisory group organization for agency owners and CEOs to collaborate, leverage experience and ignite innovation. Here, they level up their leadership, accelerate the rate of growth, and have more fun.
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Porto MG Clube Porto MG Club was established in 1997 as Maia MG Club with the goal of conservation, restoration and dissemination of the MG car brand, and organization of tours and exhibitions of MG vehicles. In 2016 it changed its name to the current one.