On Nov. 5, “Good Morning America” aired a taped message from Robin Roberts during its special “Day of Giving” broadcast. During her moving message, Roberts recalled Hurricane Katrina and how it destroyed her hometown of Pass Christian, Milliseconds. She then pleaded with viewers to profit the victims of Hurricane Black sand.
Apparently, the poorest people in america give probably the most. For example, in 2004, Walmart employees contributed 5 million dollars to a phone number for the hiring hotline fund to help employees in times of must. That same year, the Walton family gave ,000 to liquids fund. Shockingly disgusting thinking about average Walmart worker makes ,000 yearly and the Walton household is worth 100 BILLION.
The event sponsored by Nancy, a participant of ChildVoice International, a Durham New hampshire based Christian, nonprofit humanitairan organizations. ChildVoice International lists among its mission points as providing aid to “child victims of war around planet through advocacy, research, and effective demonstration projects.” The unemployed of Uganda’s children appears have escaped our main stream media.
He leaves behind his wife, Rev. Suzanne Field-Rabb. They’re also survived by eight children, Maury Rabb, Tyler Rabb, Ginny Scheuch, Travis Payne, Daniel Payne, Andrew Payne, Mathew Payne, Clare Payne, and three grandbabies.
We celebrate Roberto Clemente as a Hall of Famer in baseball, but he died in 1972 trying to give humanitarian aid in earthquake ravaged Nicaragua. Jim Brown might just be the greatest NFL running back ever, yet always be his function in trying to keep gang members from killing each other that deserves our appreciation.
Are they working successfully? Smoke alarms will not use dead equipment. Get into a rhythm of changing batteries twice yearly. How about in March and October? Replacing batteries is quick and costs very little. It can save your world.
The pettiness in individual neighborhood I ignore and hope it should eventually end, but the pettiness of Myanmar hurts at a quantity that I cannot begin recognize.