Monthly Archives: January 2013

Facing it head-on…

For the past four years, our advertising program has sponsored a wonderful event called PhilADthropy, an advertising marathon in which our students work around-the-clock for 25 hours serving South Florida non-profit organizations to create advertising and promotions for their causes. … Continue reading

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Only 3,462 signatures to go!

The Light-the-White-House-Gold campaign is really picking up speed…since my post yesterday, we’ve surpassed 21,000 signatures and only need 3,462 more to go to reach 25,000. If you haven’t signed, PLEASE take a second to do so and share this link … Continue reading

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Please sign this petition. Your voice is needed…

We’re now up to 17,795 signatures out of the 25,000 needed. Please, if you are reading this post, share this link with as many people as you can. http://wh.gov/PkGX And if my pleading isn’t enough, read Maya Thompson’s latest blog … Continue reading

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Almost halfway there…

Please join The Ronan Thompson Foundation, The Truth 365, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and others who are trying desperately to raise awarenss of childhood cancer by petitioning the government to light the White House in Gold next September for Childhood … Continue reading

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LIght the White House in Gold Next September! Please sign this very important petition to raise awareness of childhood cancer. We still need over 18,000 signatures by February 6. Please help!

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The power of compassion and social media

Bella Rodriguez-Torres is an adorable 10-year-old girl in Miami. She is a “rhabdo warrior.” I wear her “Pray for Bella” bracelet all the time, along with my bracelets for Isabella Santos and Ronan Thompson. Bella has been fighting rhabdomyosarcoma for … Continue reading

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A new year, a new push for awareness and cures…

The new year brings so many things, both positive and negative. Sadly, a new year won’t change the fact that since New Year’s Day, about 35 families have learned that their child has cancer. Or that about 235 children have … Continue reading

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