First Lady Michelle Obama: Meet Troy

"Hello, all -- Today, I met a young man named Troy. Troy comes from New Orleans, where his family lived through the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. He couldn't read until he was twelve, and would regularly cut school because the other students would tease him. When he did attend, he'd shove desks, start fights -- anything to get him out of class. But then Troy saw his younger siblings start down a similar path. And he decided to make a change. He connected with his fifth-grade … [Read more...]

Japan Update: Nuclear Uncertainty Hampers Relief Efforts‏

  Dear Catherine Anne & A Celebration of Women, I've heard from so many supporters who have been watching the situation in Japan and e-mailing me to ask what they can do to help the animal victims. Like you, IFAW is eager to help. Our Emergency Relief Team have had their bags packed since first learning of the incredible devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami. Unfortunately, we've had to delay our relief mission because of the ongoing radiation threat from the Fukushima … [Read more...]

Shelter Box assisting in JAPAN – Take Action!

    A Celebration of Women   You've seen the news - Japan is in trouble.       March 11, 2011 is a day, we all will never forget, above Earth 8 shows how it hits Japan.   Here is an excerpt from Japan's Prime Minister, Naoto Kan:   "The ongoing nuclear incidents are compounding the effects fo the eathquake and tsunami. Families being evacuated from the exclusion zones are going to have to be sheltered somewhere.  We'll have a much clearer picture of the situation tomorrow when we reach the … [Read more...]

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