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About Christina Zapata

Contributor. Christina Zapata is 20 years old and currently double majoring in psychology and journalism. She loves to volunteer and write, especially about people and charities that give back! She is the co-founder of Project HEAL (Help to Eat, Accept & Live) New Jersey Chapter.
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More Inspiration and Less Competition. I AM THAT GIRL is Changing the Conversation
3 years ago

More Inspiration and Less Competition. I AM THAT GIRL is Changing the Conversation

Photo courtesy of  I AM THAT GIRL Founded in 2008 by two best friends Alexis Jones and Emily Greener, I AM THAT GIRL is an international non-profit dedicated …
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Molly Kate Kestner: A Song That Inspires, 8 Million Views, and an Anti-Sex Trafficking Advocate
3 years ago

Molly Kate Kestner: A Song That Inspires, 8 Million Views, and an Anti-Sex Trafficking Advocate

Molly Kate Kestner, rising star from Austin, Minnesota has fulfilled the grappling task of catching the attention of both the media and fans from all over the country with …
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5 Tips for Professionals Who Want For-Profit Jobs With A Commitment to Positive Change
4 years ago

5 Tips for Professionals Who Want For-Profit Jobs With A Commitment to Positive Change

Daniela Luibrand, CEO & Founder of JustBetter obs, shares her insight and tips with young professionals seeking to connect with for-profit companies. JustBetterJobs is the only job …
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Ari Handel, Co-Writer of The Film, “Noah” Talks About His Intentions and Inspiration
4 years ago

Ari Handel, Co-Writer of The Film, “Noah” Talks About His Intentions and Inspiration

American film director, Darren Aronofsky in collaboration with the famous producer and writer, Ari Handel, brought us the 2014 hit film “Noah”. The film was based on …
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24 million people suffer from an eating disorder in the United States
4 years ago

24 million people suffer from an eating disorder in the United States

 

Life is of great value, and when we take a deeper look, we can see that everyone has a story, full of unique and microscopic events that are important, …
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Mentoring Partnership of NY – 240 Programs Helping 57,000 Young People
4 years ago

Mentoring Partnership of NY – 240 Programs Helping 57,000 Young People

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn. -Benjamin Franklin

Coming into who you are meant to be in …
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Erin’s Law – Educating Students About Child Sexual Abuse
4 years ago

Erin’s Law – Educating Students About Child Sexual Abuse

“A tragic situation exists precisely when virtue does not triumph but when it is still felt that man is nobler than the forces which destroy him” – …
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How One Family is Raising Awareness of Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
4 years ago

How One Family is Raising Awareness of Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)

“12,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) every year and the risk increases with age.” (WebMD).

Michael Poalillo, at just fifty nine years old was …
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What 1 Million Hours of Volunteer Work Looks Like
4 years ago

What 1 Million Hours of Volunteer Work Looks Like

Pamela Hawley, CEO and Founder of Universal Giving has a vision ingrained deep within her and ambition behind it driving her to help people on …
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The [NEW] Socially eCommerce Shop: Cultures of Love by Evie Phillips
4 years ago

The [NEW] Socially eCommerce Shop: Cultures of Love by Evie Phillips

It has been said that our generation is one of selfishness and individualism. The argument can certainly be made that in many ways our culture …
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Sydney Bellows of BTAC – “We’re All A Part of Something Bigger”
4 years ago

Sydney Bellows of BTAC – “We’re All A Part of Something Bigger”

Most high school students that want a challenge sign up for a club or register for an honors class but at just seventeen years old Sydney Bellows …
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Tyrone Grant: Team First
5 years ago

Tyrone Grant: Team First

Close your eyes. Picture the retirement of an NBA player, and what do you see? Beaches? Palm trees? Maybe an unlimited supply of drinks on a hammock? Now, open …
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