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USPS Identity Theft PSA

The US Postal Service wants to remind everyone this year to protect themselves from becoming victims of identity theft. Promptly remove incoming mail from your mailbox–and don’t give out passwords, pin numbers,or account numbers. To learn more, visit consumer.gov/ncpw […] Read more

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech is home to the dreams of more than 26,000 students. They come from all 50 states, and over a hundred countries. They come to question, to create, and to understand. They will leave with knowledge, integrity, and an acute awareness of the impact their dreams will have in making our world a better […] Read more

Walk America

Join Walk America and support the March Of Dimes in their research to help prevent premature birth as the leading killer of newborns. For more information, call your local March Of Dimes chapter or visit WalkAmerica.org […] Read more

Wildlife Land Trust

There’s no place like a safe home. We protect wild animals by helping caring landowners establish permanent wildlife sanctuaries. If you have land you want kept safe for wildlife, call us. Your call will take a minute. The results could last forever. Wildlife Land Trust. 1-800-729-SAVE […] Read more

Women’s Right To Vote

In the 2000 Presidential election, 22 million unmarried women who were eligible to vote stayed home from the polls. While 68 percent of married women voted, only 52 percent of unmarried women did so. If single women voted at the same rate as married women, millions more ballots would have been cast. Remember 537 votes […] Read more

Women’s Health and Wellness Legislation

The New York Assembly has taken the lead with the Women’s Health and Wellness Bill to enact comprehensive legislation to ensure women’s health. Specifically, the bill requires insurers to pay for annual breast-cancer detecting mammograms for women beginning at the age of 40, rather than the current age of 50. The legislation also requires preventive […] Read more

World Vision – Indonesia

In the urban slums of Indonesia, sometimes it’s hard to be a kid. It’s even harder if you have a disability. One evening three years ago, Dodik fell off his friend’s bike and lost the use of his arms and legs. For many children in Indonesia, education is the only way out of the slums, […] Read more

World Wildlife Fund

A monkey that can fit on the tip of your finger. A waterfall twice the height of the Empire State Building. And half the medicine known to man. This is the Rain Forest. Every second, another acre of Rain Forest is destroyed … forever. World Wildlife Fund needs your help. Call 1-800-248-FUND. WORLD WILDLIFE FUND […] Read more

YMCA Child Care

At YMCA Child Care, every activity and project is designed to spark your child’s imagination and encourage lifelong, positive values. Every discovery strengthens self-confidence and, in turn, the relationship your youngster has with you. This progression is at the heart of our philosophy: Good child care is good family care. We offer full and part […] Read more

Youth Off The Streets

Youth Off The Streets, supported by MAD, has launched this new resource kit to help schools and parents nationwide educate their kids on drug abuse. We urge you to review this recorded series along with the accompanying handout. Illegal drugs can cause serious physical and mental harm which can be permanent. Drug use often leads […] Read more