The Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours program was created in 2008 in loving memory of a remarkable little girl named Cheyenne. She loved visiting the Magical Forest, sharing laughter and hugs with her friends, and connecting with the wonderful people with intellectual disabilities Opportunity Village serves.
Opportunity Village is happy to know that Cheyenne will forever watch over the Magical Forest and the very special children who visit. Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours provides a Magical Forest field trip experience to first grade students from Clark County School District’s most at-risk Title I schools. While youngsters are given the chance to frolic in the excitement of the holiday season, lessons of inclusiveness, acceptance and disability awareness are also incorporated into the day of fun – making it a most merry and meaningful visit to Opportunity Village and the Magical Forest. Through interactions with the wonderful people Opportunity Village serves, classmates and teachers alike, we remind kids how simple it is to Just Be Nice!
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Walk to make a lasting impact. Walk for kidney patients, families, and people at risk. At the National Kidney Foundation, people are our mission. Our first job is to find ways to improve and extend as many lives as possible, and your participation means we can continue being a lifeline for all people affected by kidney disease.Register now!
Join us for Century Fire Protection’s Annual Charity Clay Shoot benefiting Diapers to Diplomas.
We’d like to invite you to have a good time with us and our industry partners while supporting a GREAT cause. We partner with Graystone Church to fund ministries that support orphans and foster families in Georgia and abroad. All proceeds from this event will be donated to support this cause. Event and sponsorship information can be viewed from the link below. Your support is greatly appreciated. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you ever wondered what 10,000 rubber ducks swimming in the Toccoa River look like, now’s your chance to find out! Join us at this adorable, family-friendly fundraiser to support the great work of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Georgia as the rubber ducks race to the finish line at Horseshoe Bend Park in Mineral Bluff.
Century Fire is proud to be the Grand Quacky Duck sponsor, which means Quacky will be shaking his tail feathers in Century Fire logo attire as he promotes the race.
Join us for a day of fun, or if you can’t make it in person, you can “adopt” a duck for the race!
This year FirstService Residential is giving back through Fulfill, NJ. Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to make sure that all people at all times have access to enough nutritious food to maintain an active and healthy life.
Join us by bringing one of the following items to registration this year:
Century Fire Protection in Duluth, GA is teaming up with other organizations around the country for National Clean Up Day. We are partnering with Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful to outfit our employees who volunteer with supplies to tidy up Satellite Boulevard on Friday, September 20th from 11am-1pm.
With programs and company initiatives like this, we can make a meaningful impact on our people, our community and our environment. Century Fire Protection encourages everyone to participate in their own Clean Up Day. Every little bit helps make our world a more beautiful place!
We are inviting our employees to join us on September 20th for 30 minute shifts to pick up litter in our community. All of the employees who sign up to volunteer by August 28th will receive a shirt and lunch! We are looking forward to spending a few hours having fun with our team while making a difference in our world.
2019 will mark the 18th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks.
The extraordinary attacks on September 11, 2001 in New York City and Washington DC, and the downing of a hijacked plane in Pennsylvania, shook the nation and had global consequences. But for the people living in the towns and cities where the attacks actually occurred, the day has a particularly powerful resonance.
What Happened: Four jet planes were hijacked on September 11 2001 by nineteen Al Queda suicide bombers who were terrorist operatives. The targets were iconic. Two planes were intentionally crashed into New York City’s World Trade Center North and South Towers, causing their collapse. A third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Washington. A fourth plane crashed in Bucks County in Western Pennsylvania, when passengers fought the highjackers for control of the cockpit.
Over three thousand civilians lost their lives on September 11. Millions more, including thousands of firsts responders, were impacted by the events of that day, in ways both measurable and immeasurable. Many suffered shock and trauma, the loss of loved ones, businesses destroyed. First responders and rescue team members also suffered ongoing health consequences from working at the site of the World Trade Center.
The entire nation mourns the victims of September 11th, 2001. But because history happens at a very specific time and place, the sites of the attacks hold a special significance.
Texas Firewalkers will honor those 343 FDNY Firefighters that passed away on 9-11-2001 by having participants carrying all 343 accountability tags for the FDNY firefighters. We will also honor the 2018 Texas First Responder Line of Duty Deaths. We are trying to fill all 343 spots this year and we need your support to accomplish this by registering to climb 110 flight of stairs. The event is open to First Responders, Fitness Clubs, Organizations and the general public.
Please visit http://tfwstairclimb.org/index.html for more information and to register.God Bless America!
Volunteers will assist River Hills Community Church packing 100,000 meals for the needy/homeless.
For more information or to sign up to volunteer, please contact the event organizer below.