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Tattoo Studios Support Breast Cancer Help, Inc. With “Ink For Pink” Campaign

In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month during the month of October, Good Times Tattoo Studio in East Islip and Horifudo Tattoo Studio in Smithtown will take part in a month-long “Ink For Pink” campaign starting October 1 at noon.

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
Remington College Provides More than 1,600 Complimentary Back-to-School Haircuts During 2012 "Cuts for Kids"

Remington College Cuts for Kids program sends hundreds of kids across the country back to school with new haircuts

by Frank Wolff (few years ago!)
Kearny Alliance Export Assistance Program Cambodia moves to new office in French-Cambodian Chamber of Commerce Center

Easier access for buyers to discuss sourcing options at 1st floor, 33 Sothearos Boulevard, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.

by Sokneang Chhour (few years ago!)
Nashville Church of Scientology Offers Help in Many Forms

Nashville Church of Scientology Offers Help in Many Forms The Church of Scientology is offering a series of courses designed to improve various aspects of life, aptly titled Life Improvement Courses.

by Julie Brinker (few years ago!)
Government of Indonesia Prepares USD 20 billion for 2013 Infrastructure Development

IIICE 2012, a Government of Republic of Indonesia initiative was held from 28th to 30th August 2012, at Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Indonesia.

by Prakash Sharma (few years ago!)
Positive American Youth, Inc. Announces 5th Annual "Pay Day" 2012 For Kids

The 5th Annual "PAY DAY" Event for Kid's is Hosted by Billboard Artist & Atlanta Radio Personality: "REEC". The annual PAY DAY for kids, in the Atlanta metro area, will hosts a celebrity basketball game, basketball camp and tennis camp. Also featured is a drum-line competition with local High School bands.

by Alisia Harris (few years ago!)
Yoga Gives Back and DharmaSmart Help Women In India

DharmaSmart has created a special bracelet to help non-profit organization Yoga Gives Back raise funds to support women in India with micro-financing and education

by Lissa Coffey (few years ago!)
Hope Center for Autism Partners with Groupon Grassroots for iPad Library Initiative

Hope Center for Autism's iPad Campaign to provide iPad Library for clientele at the Hope Center for Autism.

by Rene Sanders (few years ago!)
Indian NGOs adding zing to their crafts store

For a long time NGOs in india were not internet savvy and did not got the accolades they deserved despite the superior arts and crafts products.But times have changed and the NGos are waking up to the online market space.

by sanjeev jha (few years ago!)
Help for Heroes Announce 50% Discount on Picnicware

Help for Heroes announce 50% discount on picnicware.

by Dhana Lamer (few years ago!)

Eastern Long Island Residents are Raising Critically Needed Awareness and Funds for Alzheimer’s Care, Support and Research

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
The Rotary Club of Patchogue Presents 43rd Annual Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival

On Thursday, September 20, The Rotary Club of Patchogue and the Fuoco family will sponsor the 43rd Annual Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival at Bellport Country Club. Proceeds from the tournament will go to benefit Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s to be Held on September 8

On September 8, Alzheimer’s Association Long Island will hold its 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s/Fall Festival, presented by Roslyn Saving Bank, a division of New York Community Bank.

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
Lorraine Pace Comments on Resignation of Susan G. Komen for the Cure President Liz Thompson

Lorraine Pace, President, Breast Cancer Help, Inc., says Liz Thompson will be missed for her service as President of Susan G. Komen for the Cure but she noted that, despite all of the money the organization has raised, there is still no discovery of a cause or cure for breast cancer.

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
7-Eleven Store Owner Rich Santonocito Looks to “Change” the Lives of Special-Needs Campers

Richard Santonocito knows that a little change can go a long way. For the past four years, Mr. Santonocito has been raising money for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck by placing a coin jar in front of the cash register at two of his 7-Eleven franchises — one in Center Moriches and the other in Westhampton Beach. All the money goes to make Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck the place where “summer is for everyone.”

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)
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