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Imagine growing up afraid. Imagine growing up believing you cannot achieve your dreams. Imagine not growing up at all. More than 3 million cases of child abuse and neglect were reported last year. Three children each day die from abuse or neglect. How many of these kids are in your community? In your local school? On your street?
Help us create a world without child abuse! Ty Howard & InspiraGen Institute, Inc. encourage and invite you to join us as a member of Prevent Child Abuse America! We are valuing children, strengthening families, and engaging communities to create a world without child abuse and you can be part of it.
As a member of Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) America you will help make a difference in the lives of children and families nationwide. Your support will allow our many special programs and services to continue, and to grow. And, just as importantly, your membership helps us spread the word, and reach more and more people each day with our message of hope.
Here's how you can Make A Difference!
It has only been within the last several years that men and their families have talked publically about this devastating disease, Prostate Cancer. Led by the revelations of public figures such as Bob Dole, Joe Torre, Les Brown and Norman Schwartzkopf the Prostate Cancer Community has become much more active in building awareness of the disease. One result has been the significantly increased funding provided for research in treating the disease. Despite recent funding success, Prostate Cancer which accounts for 15% of the cancer burden in the United States only receives about 5% of research funding.
Here's how you can Make A Difference!
Visit the Zero - The End of Prostate Cancer website: Click here
Call: Zero - The End of Prostate Cancer relies on contributions from people like you to support our important, life-saving programs. If you would like to make a donation by phone, please call Mr. Jamie Bearse at(202)463-9455 , or mail a check or money order to:
Zero - The End of Prostate Cancer
515 King Street, Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22314
All donations to Zero - The End of Prostate Cancer are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Helen Keller, deaf and blind as a result of a childhood illness at the age of 19 months, became an articulate spokesperson for the dignity of all individuals. She's been documented several times for her words of wisdom. Two pearls of wisdom I've grown to appreciate and have made a part of my philosophy on life are:
"True happiness...is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose."
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."
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"Everyone truly enjoyed your message, as well as your very funny and entertaining delivery. We wish you continued success as you share your positive mind-set, philosophy and inspiration with other teams around the world."
~ Sheri S., Vice President, Research & Development
"Ty, Thank you for serving as the opening keynote speaker for our recent Annual Johns Hopkins HR Conference: Celebrating HR. Judging by the energetic response of your audience and the numerous high ratings post-conference evaluations we received, your presentation, Untie the Knots®, was well-received, relevant, and inspiring. We especially appreciated your sense of humor, comfort with the topic, very engaging and dynamic style, and obvious preparation. It was a pleasure having you on our agenda!"
~ Jeb K., The HR Conference Committee, Johns Hopkins Annual HR Conference
"Ty, I cannot say THANK YOU enough for such an amazing job you did today! Your Building an Attitude of Excellence motivational keynote presentation was exactly on point, per our discussion and requests. Our staff left the assembly feeling energized and feeling a higher sense of purpose."
~ Bobvita S., Strategic Director of Human Resources, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business