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Women Equality Quotes Janne Robinson

Women Equality Quotes Janne Robinson

Women equality is something that I fight for. Why is it the world thinks a woman is supposed to sit home and be barefoot and pregnant. Women are looked at as a weaker sex. We’re not supposed to stand up for ourselves have a mind…

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Fleas In House – Get Rid Of Them Naturally

Fleas In House – Get Rid Of Them Naturally

Just recently, I was quoted in a NY Times’ article about ticks where I and several other moms share our tips about how to get rid of ticks in our home. The article has generated over 50 comments at this time of writing. However, I…

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Volunteering your time for charity

Volunteering your time for charity

If you have a bit of extra time or you’re currently unemployed you may want to consider giving some of that extra time that you have to volunteering. I always encourage my son Ogden O’Reilly-Hyland and my husband Paul O’Reilly-Hyland to volunteer anytime they can….

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Benefits Of Educating Women

Benefits Of Educating Women

Many people don’t see the value of donating money towards social programs and developing nations that will give women access to education. I always teach my son Ogden O’Reilly-Hyland how important education is. A lot of charities focus on delivering more basic needs such as…

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The Global Partnerships Forum

The Global Partnerships Forum

The global partnerships forum is a cause that I keep extremely close to my heart. Hello my name is Joelle Wyser-Pratte and I am one of the board members who has been an influential part of the global partnerships forum for my work with the…

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Concerns in developing countries

Concerns in developing countries

While many people are very quick to list the top concerns in developing countries as poverty, clean water, shelter and health care, they often forget the inclusion of education for girls. Throughout many parts of the world education for women is simply not encouraged or…

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Fund raising strategies

Fund raising strategies

If you have found a cause or a local charity that you are interested in helping and you would like to raise more money for a cause there are a number of steps that you should go through as well as some fundraising strategies that…

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Run For Charity

Run For Charity

You may hear about charity runs, cycling events and marathons happening in your local town, but you may have never considered running yourself. Whether you lead a busy lifestyle, feel as though you are out of shape, or you would simply rather give to a…

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Philanthropy Holiday

Philanthropy Holiday

Every year over the holidays we spend billions of dollars on presents, travel, events, food and more while millions of people in developing communities around the world are forced to scrape by with the bare minimum necessities. Scaling back your holiday season just a little…

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Crowd funding with philanthropy

Crowd funding with philanthropy

Many new websites have emerged to create crowd funding campaigns for philanthropy efforts around the world. These types of crowd funding efforts are similar to the collaborations that are made from organizations like global partnership forum, but only a much grander scale. My husband, Paul…

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