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Komen Foundation Cancels Charity Walks in Seven Cities by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 1:33am Participation has declined by 37% in the last few years and it might be related back to the political issues with cutting off Planned Parenthood and the political bombshell that was a a result.  In addition, the Foundation was also criticized for their legal actions against other charities for the use of the word “cure” before the political iss ... Read on »
New Social Network to Support Charity Walks by Roger C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:01pm A new social networking site was launched today that was created specifically for people who are passionate about charity walks. Joining and participating is free. It is the Charity Walks Network. At the Charity Walks Network there is a forum to ask and answer questions. There is a blog where each member can post personal thoughts and exper ... Read on »
New Social Network to Support Charity Walks by Roger C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 1:48pm A new social networking site was launched today that was created specifically for people who are passionate about charity walks. Joining and participating is free. It is the Charity Walks Network. At the Charity Walks Network there is a forum to ask and answer questions. There is a blog where each member can post personal thoughts and expe ... Read on »
Charity Walk or Run – Why You Need to Participate by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Oct 2009 10:02pm Teach your family the importance of exercise and charity at the same time. What better way to accomplish both goals than by signing up for a charity walk or run. Is there a cause that you and your family are passionate about? Maybe you have been touched by a certain illness or situation, and you want to help others facing the same ob ... Read on »
Charity Walk or Run – Why You Need to Participate by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:01pm Teach your family the importance of exercise and charity at the same time. What better way to accomplish both goals than by signing up for a charity walk or run. Is there a cause that you and your family are passionate about? Maybe you have been touched by a certain illness or situation, and you want to help others facing the same ob ... Read on »
How to Raise Funds for a Charity Walk by Roger C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 20 Feb 2011 11:13pm One of my 2011 goals is to personally raise more than $1,000 in support of the Richmond Arthritis Walk. This money will be used by the Arthritis Foundation to help over 50 million people, including my wife, who suffer from arthritis. In preparation of my fundraising activities, I sent out a message asking for some creative ideas. I receiv ... Read on »
Foodie Event: Roy's 25th Anniversary Charity Walk-Around by DebinHawaii Posted Sat 11 Oct 2008 12:00am I am a lucky girl, I say this for a lot of reasons but the latest reason is the event I attended last Sunday for Roy Yamaguchi's 20th Anniversary. If you are not familiar with Roy Yamaguchi, he is a prominent Hawaii Chef, known as being one of the pioneers of Hawaii Regional Cuisine and has a couple of cookbooks and 35 restaurants in the US, Jap ... Read on »
Fredericksburg Arthritis Walk Featured at the Charity Mile Blog by Roger C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:48pm Image by rogercarr via Flickr I had the privilege of being chosen as a guest blogger for the Charity Mile Blog. My first blog post is a description of the 2008 Fredericksburg Arthritis Walk that took place in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Several Everyday Giving Blog readers made donations during my personal fundraising efforts in support ... Read on »
Top 10 Walk-Run Charities/Fundraisers by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm There are hundreds of "walk-run" fundraisers/charities out there, and it's hard to say that any one is better than the other. They all serve the same purpose – to help those in need. But for arguments sake, here is a list of some really good ones you might want to check out. Mind you, these are not listed in any order that would indicat ... Read on »