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I can’t believe it’s been a year since the last #BellLetsTalk day, and despite being a Canadian initiative, I have a closer connection to the cause each year. Bell Canada, the phone company of the Canadians, is donating 5 cents today for every Tweet using the #BellLetsTalk hashtag or watches their video (below). It’s the …

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After the hurricanes of last week charities and donation sites saw a surge of money. NFL star JJ Watt raised $27 Million, and people across the country sent money down to Houston. But some of the charities/options left me a little confused. For starters, why would you give to the Red Cross? Sure they are …

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Everyone nose what today is…it’s Red Nose Day 2017, and the never ending fight against child poverty. Money raised from the campaign goes to ensure kids are safe, healthy, educated, and empowered across the 50 States as well as poor communities in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Meals for kids, vaccines, summer school and after-school …

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Today is the 7th Annual Bell Let’s Talk day. The Canadian telecommunications company, Bell, has made this day a yearly focus on Mental Health issues, nd encouraging everyone to talk about it. Last year I posted on it, simply describing the cause, and this year it has taken on a new meaning after losing a friend …

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For the third straight year I will be celebrating Giving Tuesday today. Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday have been all about getting the best deals on all your products, and now today you turn those savings into money for those that need it more than we do. Shot@Life, a United Nations …

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Today is the 6th Annual Bell Let’s Talk day. The day is a Canadian based campaign focused on talking about mental health issues and encouraging everyone to talk their stories out. Bell Media runs this program, and for every Tweet with the #BellLetsTalk attached to it will raise $0.05 for charity (towards mental health awareness), …

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