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We’re Giving Away $3k! Help Your Favorite Cause Get a Share

Patch employees are active volunteers in our communities, stepping away from our laptops to give back during our Give 5 days. Our next volunteer day is May 10, and we decided to give more than our time this month. We're donating $3,000 to local charities.

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Kathy G May 09, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Cobb Faith Partnership links local faith based ministries to community needs through meetings every other month, website tools, networking opportunities, and email updates. CFP strives to provide a clearinghouse for churches, ministries, and faith-based organizations and non-faith-based groups to help eliminate duplication of efforts and thereby being good stewards of our God-given resources.
B. Lee May 10, 2012 at 12:13 AM
I would like to let everyone know about The Warrior Ride. A great non-profit that is dedicated to helping our combat veterans. Veterans are able to participate morale events such as adaptive cycling at no cost to them. Please visit www.thewarriorride.org for more information. The Warrior Ride is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in Oak Island, North Carolina with a mission of rehabilitation for our wounded war heroes. By implementing challenging adaptive bicycling and morale building events, The Warrior Ride founders believe our nation's wounded warriors are given an opportunity to be able to take pride in the skills they have and redefine their capabilities through accomplishment in an atmosphere of camaraderie and support. The Warrior Ride uses adaptive bicycling and other morale building events, such as kayaking and golf as a tool for recreation and rehabilitation. The Warrior Ride events take place in varies locations throughout the United States. There is no cost to the Wounded Warriors to participate in "The Warrior Ride” events. All expenses are paid through donations and grants.
Rhonda Taylor May 10, 2012 at 12:22 AM
Camp Mays is a summer program that a teacher at Kennedy elementary school in winder ga started. She takes autistic children on outings at least once a week all summer so the kids have a chance to go places and have fun while giving their parents a chance to catch up on errands and other things during the summer while the kids are out of school.
Rob S May 10, 2012 at 01:28 AM
Anyone who would help and support children gets my blessing, please help support the Backpack BLESSings with any help you can, what a wonderful and needed cause for children who can't help themselves.
Chandra Farley May 14, 2012 at 02:58 PM
I supported Architecture for Humanity Atlanta with my sign-up and ask all our volunteers, friends and supporters to do the same. Would love to know when the winning nonprofit will be announced. www.afhatlanta.org

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