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George Clooney and John Prendergast Seek to Expose Those Who Finance/Profit From Wars in Africa

7/24/15 - (Comments Off on George Clooney and John Prendergast Seek to Expose Those Who Finance/Profit From Wars in Africa)

The Enough Project announced the launch of THE SENTRY, a new investigative initiative that seeks to dismantle the networks of perpetrators, facilitators, and enablers who […]


Stars Give Back® – Ice-T, Kid Rock, Stevie Nicks, and Others – Veterans Matter

5/24/14 - (Comments Off on Stars Give Back® – Ice-T, Kid Rock, Stevie Nicks, and Others – Veterans Matter)

Over a dozen celebrities and Cumulus Media have come together to help the innovative, Ohio-based Veterans Matter program kick off a campaign on Memorial Day […]


First Lady Michelle Obama: Bring Back Our Girls !

5/19/14 - (Comments Off on First Lady Michelle Obama: Bring Back Our Girls !)

“What happened in Nigeria was not an isolated incident. It’s a story we see every day as girls around the world risk their lives to […]


Carlos de Abreu: Founder of Hollywood Humanitarian Council™ and Hollywood Gives Back®

4/26/14 - (Comments Off on Carlos de Abreu: Founder of Hollywood Humanitarian Council™ and Hollywood Gives Back®)

HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change! The Hollywood Humanitarian Council (HHC) was established to create programs that give a voice to the voiceless […]


HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas!

1/11/14 - (Comments Off on HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas!)

HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas! The Hollywood Humanitarian Council (HHC) was established to create programs that give a voice […]


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  • Newman's Own Celebrates 35 Years Of Giving
    It was on August 25, 1982, that Newman’s Own shipped its first bottles of salad dressing. The late actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman, launched the company with his homemade recipe salad dressing, declaring that all profits would go to charity. Now, 35 years later, the company has more than 300 products with 100% of the […]
  • Jackie Chan Makes A Difference For Tibet's Blind
    Written by Lollie Hancock Adding to a long list of charity work, Jackie Chan recently launched an operation in conjunction with the Beijing Tongren Ophthalmology Department to help Tibetan people have life-changing procedures to bring back their vision. A 2003 study found that ‘around 75% of blindness in Tibet can be either prevented of treated’, […]
  • Sarah Jeffery Is peta2’s Winged Vegan Angel
    Wearing a pair of angel wings made entirely of fresh summer fruit, Shades of Blue and Descendants star Sarah Jeffery appears in a new ad campaign for peta2, PETA's youth division, that proclaims, “Be an Angel for Animals — Don’t Eat Them!” Sarah Jeffery For PETAIn an exclusive peta2 video interview, Jeffery calls going vegan […]
  • Spotlight: Sugar Ray Leonard's Charity Work
    American former professional boxer. Charities & foundations supported Sugar Ray Leonard has supported the following charities: Animal Rescue FoundationBoys & Girls Clubs of AmericaChildren's Miracle Network HospitalsDream FoundationHillsidesJB DondoloLos Angeles Police Memorial FoundationMake-A-Wish FoundationMultiple Myeloma Research FoundationSugar Ray Leonard FoundationThe HollyRod FoundationUNICEF Read more about Sugar Ray Leonard's charity work and events. Related articles The […]

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  • Will an outcome of Trump's Phoenix rally be a pardon for Joe Arpaio?
    Chasing after undocumented immigrants made Joe Arpaio a household name, but in time, his crusade became a double-edged sword. Public criticism mounted, racial profiling lawsuits poured in, and last year residents of Maricopa County, Ariz., voted him out after serving 24 years as their sheriff. Mr. Arpaio calls his conviction a travesty of justice.
  • Confederate monuments: What to do with them?
    Clarissa Harriss hesitated at the spot where the statue of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson used to stand. In 1948, as a little girl, Ms. Harriss had worn a polka-dot dress and carried yellow roses and participated in the statue’s dedication. Today Harriss had returned with her dog and a new bouquet.
  • Why the sole resident of a Nebraska town is staying put – but is in good company
    As the mayor, only voter, and sole resident of this incorporated village, Elsie Eiler is pretty used to people asking why she remains here as population: 1.