Tracy Birdsell started the organization Love Twelve after having a lumpectomy at the age of 29. She turned her passion and profession of photography and invited other young survivors to help create a vintage-inspire pin-up calendar.
The organization’s aim is to converge art, knowledge, friendship, and the positive, supportive community of caring and healing for young adult women surviving cancer.
Birdsell is looking to make the message bigger and better. She is hoping to amplify the message and learned by shooting the first calendar how powerful the combination of photos and stories are. Stories have the power to inspire the change that is desperately needed.
Support for her Fundraiser enables the organization to travel, produce, shoot and print and ship at least 500 calendars, building organize and produce grassroots awareness through podcasts, YouTube channel, blog, and will help in shooting a documentary film. Support will also help in attending and exhibiting at trade shows, galleries, conferences, expos and cancer events, maintaining and upgrade the Web site, graphic design and other digital assets.
Everyone who donates $25 or more to the Fundaiser will receive a cop of the calendar in October.
The goal is to raise $25,000 and there is less than 25 days left in the campaign.
On July 2, 2013, BriAnne Tart will be traveling to Chichicastenango, Guatemala. She will be working with a group called Health Talents International and working as a nurse in their medical clinic. Health Talents International is a non-profit Christian organization that works within the Churches of Christ to promote medical evangelism in developing countries. A team of physicians, nurses, dentists, dental hygienists and volunteers will staff the clinic and serve the people of Guatemala.
All funds donated will go directly to her trip balance and will be utilized within the clinic. She feels called to use her nursing talents to show others the love of Jesus and would love if you would help her in that journey.
To make to donation to this fundraiser, visit: https://www.fundraise.com/bri-anne-tart/guatemala-medical-mission-trip
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On Sunday, October 27, Conor Joyce will be participating in the historic 38th Marine Corps Marathon on behalf of The Mission Continues. As a Team Mission Continues racer, he’ll be supporting a great organization which makes a difference in the lives of post-9/11 veterans by helping to fund fellowships that enable returning service members to continue their missions of service as citizen leaders here at home. Please consider donating to help him in reaching his fundraising goal of $1,000.
The Mission Continues is a national nonprofit that supports post-9/11 veterans in their transition home. By awarding six-month community service fellowships for veterans to serve at nonprofits in their communities, The Mission Continues empowers veterans to identify a renewed sense of purpose while working towards a post-fellowship goal of full time employment and/or pursuit of higher education, while maintaining a permanent role of public service. Since its inception in 2007, The Mission Continues has awarded over 600 fellowships in 42 states across the country aiding veterans in successfully serving with nonprofits such as the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brother Big Sisters.
For more information about The Mission Continues, please visit: www.missioncontinues.org
To make a donation to this Fundraiser, visit: Conor’s Team Mission
Please join TUGG and the technology community in supporting those impacted by the bombing at this year’s Boston Marathon. All proceeds will be donated completely to programs working with victims of the attacks including Red Cross, Children’s Hospital, and others. Both TUGG and fundraise.com are donating 100% of their fees so that all of your support goes directly to helping those in need. This is a terrible injustice and we are proud to stand as a community to help repair the lives of those who have been hurt. To learn more, please visit:
Please also stay tuned to the fundraising site as they will provide more updates on the impact created through your donations.
In 2009, leaders from Boston’s technology community created a new initiative called TUGG (Technology Underwriting Greater Good) dedicated to bringing together technology companies, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists to help young people realize their full potential. TUGG accomplishes this by empowering individuals and the community to identify important issues and collaborate to solve them.
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El Salvador is a beautiful country located in Central America, home to thousands of native Salvadorians.
Jordan Dimond will be traveling down to this small country for three weeks to serve the people there by helping within children’s hospitals, being teachers assistance, serving with others groups that join us for one week, handing out donations, and bringing school supplies to the schools.
The mission is to teach the people about God’s love for us. These people have grown up in an environment of violence and they want to teach them that’s not all to life.
To make a donation to this fundraiser, visit: https://www.fundraise.com/el-salvador-mission-trip-20142/jordan-dimonds-fundraiser