Make a Living Through Giving: July 24th

Army Crossroads Presents

"Make a Living Through Giving"
True Freedom Workshop

Celebrating Our Soldiers and their Families

  • In this workshop, you'll learn how to choose a home business opportunity.
  • The top 5 reasons why an internet-based business is your best choice.
  • The solid foundations you need to establish before leaving the military.
  • You'll test drive first-hand the web based tool that is revolutionizing the way military families and deployed soldiers send heartfelt cards and gifts to keep in touch.

  • This no-cost workshop is open to all military personnel and their spouses and families.

    Reserve your spot today. There are only 20 seats available.
    Click on the Register Now button above.



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The SOLD Project Blog

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Jul 30, 2012 · Before I write another word, I must apologise if you came back looking for me last week and didn't find me. I took a short hiatus for REFLECTION.

How you can give during the holidays

Email your charitable giving opportunity to •Operation Homefront is teaming with Dollar Tree stores to collect purchased toys for children of junior enlisted military families through …

U-T San Diego • 12/4/2014

Make Holiday Wishes Come True

Let this season of giving take on a new form by participating ... For each letter collected in-store and online through December 24, the retailer will donate $1, up to $1 million, to Make-A-Wish, helping to grant the wishes …

The Oracle Online • 12/1/2014

The best and worst run states in America

The current economic climate and standard of living in ... run states, 24/7 Wall St. collected data in three major categories: financial position, economic outcomes, and social outcomes. We averaged the rank of each …

Yahoo Finance • 12/4/2014

My 24 hours with a virtual girlfriend in China

I also wondered whether a person could really make a living ... girlfriend in July. However, she said she couldn't remember how much money she made. For her, the job is more about hearing different stories. The next …

CNN • 10/15/2014

slides: 30 Ways RI Can Participate in Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday began ... You can ever make a donation in honor of a soldier in your life. Project GOAL (Greater Opportunity for Athletes to Learn) aims to develop Rhode Island’s disadvantaged youth through after …

Go Local Prov • 12/2/2014

Embodying a spirit of giving

At the Nov. 24 fundraiser ... through hard times,” DHS guidance counselor Lynne Bath said. “Some families won’t take the help, so we contact them first and make sure they’re willing and interested. “Some …

Douglas Budget • 12/3/2014

A Tech Program Helps San Quentin Prisoners Get On Track

Participants in the program go through a 6-month ... prepare for life on the outside and give them real skills to make a living on the outside. On a sunny day last week at San Quentin, overlooking San Francisco Bay, The Last Mile held its third Demo ...

Forbes • By Tomio Geron • 3/25/2014

On Depression: To Anyone Else Living in a Fog

In July, I opened Word and started typing a suicide note. I had daydreamed about it the previous afternoon. It was supposed to explain everything, to make everything okay. I didn't then know that I wouldn't have the nerve to follow through, but I was ...

Gawker • 10/14/2014

EXCLUSIVE: Passed around by Bill Cosby, Hugh Hefner and dozens of Hollywood honchos - this is the Playboy Playmate of the …

‘Painting for a living is a struggle. I have to work at it, but at least my time is my own and I’m working for myself - not for some impersonal corporation.’ Young also said she enjoyed ‘invigorating romps along the …

Daily Mail • 12/4/2014

House tour takes residents through Christmas wonderland

The large yards of the Valerie Osso and Thomas Kimmel split-level home, at 678 Squaw Run Road, are a holiday wonderland of Santas, candy canes and other holiday decorations that make a stunning display. Also …

Ellwood City Ledger • By Louise Carroll • 12/4/2014