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Give back with your vacation time this year and take a volunteer vacation. Give your week off to charity and help those less fortunate.




Good News for Women Everywhere
    2009 Americans for UNFPA Student Award Winner, Nicole Paprocki

The Women of The Acid Survivors Foundation
    2009 Americans for UNFPA Student Award Winner, Nicole Paprocki

When Differences Become Our Strength
    2009 Americans for UNFPA Student Award Winner, Nicole Paprocki

Things That Make Us Love July
    Here, your calendar of events for July 2009.

Student Award Winner, Nicole Paprocki heads to Bangladesh for UNFPA
    2009 Americans for UNFPA Student Award Winner, Nicole Paprocki

Fashion Gives Back – Raising Awareness of Child Sex Trafficking
    Fashion Gives Back highlighted one of the multi-media approaches History Starts Now uses to inform people of the dangers of child trafficking. The benefit raised consciousness and funds to help the cause.

Things That Make Us Love June
    Here, your calendar of events for June 2009.

Supermodel Helena Houdova Reaches New Heights
    Since 2004, Czech supermodel Helena Houdova has been actively helping children all over the world.

Road to Healthy Skin
    The Skin Cancer Foundation's Road to Healthy Skin Tour offers free skin cancer screenings and education about skin cancer prevention.

Things That Make Us Love May
    Here, your calendar of events for May 2009.

Americans for UNFPA Announces Student Award Winner
    She will learn about the global health and rights of women by visiting women’s health programs on the ground.

Twitter for a Cause: The Global Twestival for charity: water
   

One Million Lights, One Child at a Time
    If you're not convinced that one person can make a big difference in the world, then you don't know about Anna Sidana. The eBay employee has changed the lives of 15,000 children in rural India and Africa.




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