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We thought everyone knew about traumatic brain injury/depression but unfortunately we had to learn about this through a family member, friend, associate and even ourself. We REALLY need your HELP! Choose a sponsor level and DONATE to us.
We thought everyone knew about traumatic brain injury/depression but unfortunately we had to learn about this through a family member, friend, associate and even ourself. Please attend/walk our 3 miles walk/marathon named Walk 4 Awareness of TBI/Depression on 08/23/2014 11:30am at Sunset Park in Las Vegas, NV. We are going to have water, soda, face painter, karaoke, church worship team, Christian music and snacks. Call us to get registered at 855-333-5888 x1700 and if you are unable to attend the walk you can still help us right now to raise funds by giving a online donation of $3.00 up to $10,000.00 each if able right now, click on this link: http://www.makingadifferenceministry.myevent.com or you can mail your cash only donation to Dr. Elisheba Weathers 4200 E. Bonanza Rd.
"Give Me Shelter" Emergency overnight shelter for women and children to be offered at the Mission's Mullan Road facility. Volunteer openings. Prayers and praise! Share in celebration and support with honorary guest and keynote speaker Rich Schaus. At Discovery Alliance Church. RSVP please.
United Way of Southern Nevada is helping local children and families with their dental health by holding a Dental Kit Assembly.
Families are welcome as volunteers create “Smile” Kits at United Way for local families and children. This meaningful volunteer opportunity includes fun-filled fall activities for children; the opportunity to donate toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and toothbrush covers and all volunteers receive water, healthy snacks and LIVE UNITED t-shirts.
United Way of Southern Nevada is helping local children and families with their dental health by holding a Dental Hygiene Drive.
Please donate your new, packaged child and adult toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and toothbrush covers.
Free Shots for infants & children!
Las Vegas Urban League WIC (East clinic)
3320 E Flamingo Rd Ste 50, Las Vegas, NV 89121
Free Services Include:
Blood Pressure Checks
For More info please call 702-476-9561
ELIM LUTHERAN CHURCH in Ogden, 575 23rd Street, hosts THE LAST SAY. All ages are welcome, but it's especially for the "Wise Elders" of the community. 2 health care professionals from Ogden Regional Medical Center will speak about Living With Chronic Pain. FMIC (801) 394-5543 or visit www.elimlutheran.org.
United Way of Southern Nevada will be hosting “Flip Through Summer,” a family fun summer kickoff event. “Flip Through Summer” brings to life the magic of reading and some of children’s most beloved books and characters.
Aimed at inspiring children to continue reading during the summer, “Flip Through Summer” children will have the chance to make a reading pledge, create ‘The World’s Greatest Story’ and visit themed book nooks with live characters reading favorite children’s books. The event will also feature a book swap, live entertainment, child-friendly activities, special giveaways, community family resources and complimentary healthy snacks. For event details please visit http://www.uwsn.org.
WHEN: Sat., Aug. 2, 7am-noon (lunch provided)
WHERE: Lincoln Elementary School park
WHAT: Clean up nearby neighborhoods
Rally at 7am at the park on the north side of the school. Wear closed toe shoes, and don’t forget sunscreen!
Are you joining us? RSVP to 702-644-HOPE!
Be #ALyteofHope in the City.
Love the City is a collaboration of Hope Christian Health Center, the City of North Las Vegas, The Redeeming Lyte Church, and other organizations and churches in North Las Vegas that want to make a difference!
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM: ITT Technical Institute, 3825 W. Cheyenne Ave #600
The American Red Cross encourages blood donors to help prevent a summer shortage by rolling up a sleeve to give. Donors of all blood types are urged to schedule an appointment now, especially those with types O negative, B negative and A negative.
Type O negative is universal and can likely be transfused to anyone who needs blood. Types A negative and B negative can be transfused to patients with either Rh positive or negative blood. These blood types are the most in demand and the first to run out if there is a shortage.