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Spotlight: Project for Awesome Social Media Campaign

Foundation to Decrease World Suck, Inc. a Montana-based 501(c)3 charitable organization is a company that is mostly based off of one huge social media campaign entitled… 531 more words

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P4 Craigmillar Heritage Trail

Primary 4 enjoyed going on their Heritage Trail around Craigmillar on Tuesday 2nd February. Mrs Bruce was a fantastic tour guide and she taught us lots about the changes that have happened in Craigmillar over the years . 41 more words

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Project For Awesome 2015.

Have you heard of the Project for Awesome? If you haven’t, it’s time to brace yourself for a dash of awesome!

Project for Awesome (P4A) is a community-driven charitable movement organised, since 2007, by some of the world’s online content creators (the ones running those fancy YouTube channels which educate you, make you think and are proof that empathy isn’t dead) to raise donations for various charities, including UNHCR and Save The Children. 334 more words

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Ways to Support Your Favorite Charities ... By Writing

Project for Awesome 2015 is in full swing! The cause has raised, in total, over $1 million so far. While it can be fun and fulfilling to help raise awareness for a variety of great causes, it’s not always feasible to donate money (no matter how much you want to). 409 more words

Meg Dowell

My Weekly Geekery | Episode 111


In this week’s episode I talk about the Project for Awesome, X-Men: Apocalypse, The X-Files, Legends of Tomorrow, Agent Carter, Fargo, BBC Three, and Luther.

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A Call To Action

I have been planning on volunteering in La Paz, Bolivia for some time now. During that time, I have done quite a bit in order to prepare: I paid off my student loans, learned some basic Spanish, earned an IT certification, and took many courses on non-profit management, all to be of use once I arrived in Bolivia. 232 more words

Project for Awesome 2015

The Project for Awesome 2015 is here! It’s my favorite charity event.  It was created in 2007 by YA author John Green and his brother Hank. 509 more words

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