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Donors go bald for good cause

Archived, 10 days ago From hammondstar.com 

Hammond, LOUISIANA - Brave souls went under the clippers on Saturday to raise funds for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation at the Noland Stewart Salon in downtown Hammond.

Emerging with smiles and shaved heads, donors at the Second Annual Hammond Shave-A-Thon p ...

Kind-hearted Tazmin donates flowing locks to children who have lost their hair during cancer treatment

Archived, 10 days ago From walesonline.co.uk 

Cardiff, U K - The 14-year-old Cantonian High pupil said she loved her hair but hated the idea of girls feeling 'ugly' and wanted to do something to help.

Tazmin Burford could have been forgiven for feeling nervous as she heard the scissors snip into ...

Musician Ryan Lewis joins HIV-AIDS conference to speak about charity

Archived, 10 days ago From 680news.com 

Toronto, CANADA - Musician Ryan Lewis is in Vancouver, rubbing shoulders with a different kind of celebrity — some of the world’s leading HIV-AIDS experts.

Lewis, who is best known for his work with rapper Macklemore, is taking part in the 8th Internati ...

Ebola in West Africa: “We must finish the job”

Archived, 11 days ago From msf.org 

Geneva, SWITZERLAND - Médecins Sans Frontičres' (MSF) response to the largest Ebola outbreak in history began more than 16 months ago in March 2014 and, despite progress made in the fight against the virus, Ebola stubbornly lives on in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia wit ...

Cath Tyldesley wows at Goldsmiths showroom unveiling as stunning dress set to raise charity cash

Archived, 12 days ago From manchestereveningnews.co.uk 

Oldham, U K - Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley was a vision in gold as she stepped out in a stunning bespoke gown.

Catherine, who returned to Corrie this week as Eva Price, looked a million dollars at the unveiling of Goldsmiths jewellers' ...

More North Korean children treated for malnutrition

Archived, 12 days ago From voanews.com 

Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - The number of North Korean children being treated for severe malnutrition increased more than 30 percent last year, a United Nations agency said.

In a newly released report, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA ...

$13.2m for health care

Archived, 12 days ago From fijitimes.com 

Suva, Fiji - World Vision has allocated $13.2 million for 17 Pacific Island countries for maternal, newborn and child health projects this year.

And World Vision policy and advocacy manager Nancy Waites said health expenditure was a significant com ...

Cruise delivers on Make-A-Wish request

Archived, 12 days ago From apg-wi.com 

Ashland, WISCONSIN - Last week, Apostle Islands Cruises staff members’ hearts where touched when they hosted a special guest Thursday on their Morning Grand Tour aboard the vessel the Island Princess.

A 18-year-old girl from Oregon had the opportunity to w ...

Local doctor donates time and skills to help in Nepal

Archived, 12 days ago From dublinpeople.com 

Dublin, IRELAND - A Southside doctor with extensive overseas experience in pae- diatrics and neonatology has flown to earthquake stricken Nepal where he’s now working as a volunteer with international development organisation, VSO Ireland.

Dr Niall Conr ...

Ed Sheeran helps terminally-ill fan to tick number one item off her bucket list

Archived, 13 days ago From foodworldnews.com 

New York, NEW YORK - Ed Sheeran, who loves to spend time with his fans, granted one item off 22-year-old Channa Petrides' bucket list, according to reports.

The terminally-ill patient was thrilled and excited when the ginger-haired singer invited her to go ...

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