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Help Tigers For Tomorrow And Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary For Christmas

 

The two favorite animal sanctuaries me Nathan Young and Geek Alabama enjoys are Tigers for Tomorrow up in Etowah County, Alabama and Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary down in Locust Grove, Georgia.   626 more words

Christmas Season

David Lynch Foundation | David Lynch Foundation's Fundraiser on CrowdRise

JOIN A VIDEO CALL WITH DAVID LYNCH Would you like to join a live, video Q&A with iconic filmmaker David Lynch? Listen to David talk about film, art and music, his creative processes, meditation, coffee, etc.? 78 more words

Crowdrise

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Quotarians are volunteers in action. At a recent gathering, 300 Quotarians averaged 16.7 years of service, totaling over 5000 years of changing lives in their communities. 189 more words

Quota International

Giving Tuesday: 5 Reasons To Support Our $10K Matching Gift Challenge Today!

Happy Giving Tuesday! Now that we’ve turned the page on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s time to celebrate the true meaning of the holiday season: giving back. 230 more words

Arts Education

CrowdRise Giving Tower Shares Giving Tuesday's Impact

By Ashley Lindley

Crowdrise has created a free app for smartphones allowing users to visualize Giving Tuesday donations in the form of a holographic tower. This virtual… 272 more words

MAKIN' HISTORY: Al Roker Sets World Record by Honoring USO Troops

America’s favorite weatherman, or at least the “Today Show’s”, Al Roker set a Guinness Book world record of longest televised weather report.

Roker made history by giving weather reports for 34 hours, not counting the five-minute breaks his bladder no doubt needed, on NBCNews.com. 125 more words

#Rokerthon

The Evening Post: Watch Al Roker Break A World Record In The #Rokerthon

From 9 pm Central Wednesday, all the way until 7 am Central Friday morning, Al Roker from the Today show will attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the most uninterrupted weather forecast.   211 more words

The Evening Post