Current ways to participate in GHR: You can do any or all of the following: (1) Learn more by clicking on ABC4All sites! (2) Think about what you read and how you'd like to 'Lend a Hand.' (3) Share info with others. (4) Consider FUNdraising for local causes. (5) Contribute US$0.01 or a penny to GHR. If 1 million or 1 billion people contributed a penny, what would happen? (6) Donate US$1.00 or more to GHR. If 1 million people donated US$1.00, what would happen? HERE ARE MORE GUIDELINES FOR DONATIONS:
anywhere in the world can be based on the opportunity of the Madrona Marsh Challenge
which symbolically shows that someone who did not used to be able to breathe now can power walk
. People participate locally at the preserve site in California USA, but they can also participate from anywhere in the world just by organizing a walk and/or doing any or all of the following:
1. Share info with others.
2. Walk to raise awareness of pending/coming GHR.
3. Donate without walking: $0.01 or more.
4. Walk and Donate $0.01 or more. If one million or one billion people donated a penny where would we be?
Where funds are raised for a cause 100% of such funds could go to the cause. We're talking the possible difference between life and death....
Where people participate and are members of another nonprofit, the funds can be split 50/50 between FABC and the other nonprofit. Once funds are collected, 50% immediately goes to the other nonprofit or NGO. In this way any nonprofit or NGO in the world can participate in a cooperative venture to bring GHR to the world.
In all cases no expenses are deducted so 100% of funds are for the cause.
PAW project has been supported only by donations. No sales yet as PAW is not available commercially. We give the water away for FREE. Donations help defray, never cover all the costs involved.
CALL FOR INTENTION MEDITATION
Light Candles Here
|All over the world
Again I invite everybody, to take part here to pray, chant, meditate for World Peace.
You can do that, when you have time on this day and as long as it is a need to you.
It doesn't matter which religion or skin colour you have.
IT IS THE BIRTHDAY OF MY LIL SISTER who had the idea for the meditation on 10.10.10.
It is the birthday of our beloved Pat / PEACE / YUBUPA!
Love, Light and Peace all over the world
Light Candles Here
PLEASE INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS, thank you.
THE INCREASE IN CRIME RATE
by ABC4All Mentor Rommy Wuhe
The saying, "A hungry man is an angry lion" seems more to reflect that those around such a person have neglected to understand who he is, why he is hungry. By not giving him the opportunity for such understanding, there is little opportunity to develop a friendship including even the possibility for a close frienship.
The increase in crime rate is due to the gap between the so called Rich and Poor. What is a richman in the eyes of ignorance? The capitalist with the cash is believed to be rich...Continued
TNJ’S 40 UNDER FORTY BLACK ACHIEVERS
40 Under Forty
Launched in June 1998, The Network Journal's 40 Under-Forty Black Achievement Awards honors men and women under 40 years old whose professional accomplishments have significantly impacted an industry or profession, and who also have made an important contribution to their community.
A "TNJ40Under-Forty" honoree typically is a business owner, or a management executive with significant decision-making authority in the corporate, nonprofit (including academia and medicine), or government sector.
A committee of judges reviews each year's candidates and their supporting material and makes the final selection for the year's honorees.
Each honoree receives a specially designed crystal award at the annual "40 Under-Forty Achievement Awards" program, attended by more than hundreds of business leaders, colleagues and well wishers.
HERE IS THE CONGRATULATORY LETTER FOR ADEWOLE TAIWO, Local ABC4All Co-Founder, Nigeria:
September 7, 2010
Mr. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole
CEO & Managing Director
Taiwo Adewole and Associates
Dear Mr. Adewole,
On behalf of The Network Journal (TNJ), I would like to congratulate you on your selection as one of our TNJ Africa “40 Under Forty” honorees for 2010. Winners of this prestigious award are chosen from nominations received by the 40 Under Forty Editorial Review Board. You have been selected for your outstanding achievement, leadership, contribution to and influence in your field, along with your service to the African community.
Your recognition will be celebrated at TNJ’s Africa Inaugural 40 Under Forty Achievement Awards event, to be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at La Palm Beach Hotel in Accra, Ghana. This high-profile event will be attended by corporate, business, government and community leaders. As an honoree, you will receive a specially designed memento, and you will be featured in a specially prepared video presentation that will be shown during the award presentation. You will also be profiled in the November 2010 issue of The Network Journal magazine and on TNJ.com. This November issue will be distributed across Africa and the United States. If you are not familiar with The Network Journal, or with the annual U.S. edition of our 40 Under Forty Achievement Awards, which we have held for the last 13 years in New York City, please visit our web site at www.TNJ.com for more information.
There is no cost for your participation in the awards program. However, your attendance at the ceremony is mandatory. All honorees must pay for their own transportation to and accommodation in Accra, Ghana, to participate in the award ceremony. In order to receive your award, PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR ACCEPTANCE and attendance at this event IMMEDIATELY - BEFOR CLOSE OF BUSINESS TOMORROW by emailing Denise Acquaye at email@example.com or by telephoning her in New York at (212) 962-3791, extension 206.
Aziz Gueye Adetimirin