Holy Cross Health Recognizes Extraordinary Colleagues

Throughout this pandemic year, Holy Cross Health has recognized its healthcare workers who have demonstrated the loyalty to serve patients and the community with compassionate care. From those honorees, Holy Cross Health has named the Colleague of the Year, Director of the Year and Leader of the Year, recognizing them in a recent special ceremony.   […]

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South Florida Donates More Than 16,000 Pounds of Aid for Haiti

United by a common goal to help Haiti, 80 volunteers from South Florida’s pro sports teams, businesses and community groups joined Food For The Poor on September 10 to pack more than 14,500 pounds of food to help families devastated by the earthquake one month ago. More than 1,700 pounds of hygiene items and 384 […]

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Good News Wants to Know… – Changer

Each month we ask faith, business and nonprofit leaders to answer a light-hearted question designed to help people get to know them better and bridge our community. This month, Good News Wants to Know… What book, story or movie has been a life changer or path changer for you (aside from the Bible)? Nothing Like […]

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Music Buddies Matches Teen Volunteers And Instruments with Foster Children

Music Buddies, a freestanding Speak Up for Kids program, began as a STUDENTS Speak Up for Kids project. Through STUDENTS Speak Up for Kids students are given the freedom to engage their imaginations, incorporate their talents, and create projects which excite them that support awareness and advocacy for foster children. Music Buddies was born as a direct result of […]

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Guardian ad Litem Program trains volunteers to help prevent youth suicide

As Guardians ad Litem, one of our goals is to connect vulnerable children and families with the services and supports they need. That’s why we pause to remember that September is National Suicide Prevention Month.  What is the Guardian ad Litem Program? The Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program represents abused, abandoned and neglected children in dependency […]

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Good News Wants to Know… – Cuba

As people seek freedom from the communist regime in Cuba, the uprising is impacting all of us as many in Cuba are without food and starving. Here in South Florida we see public demonstrations, and we all have friends, family or co-workers with roots in Cuba. Good News Wants to Know…  What are your feelings […]

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Kellogg’s Indoctrinates Children Over Breakfast

June is Pride Month, and Kellogg’s cereal company is bowling over parents in a blatant attempt to indoctrinate children. Timothy Plan founder and President Art Ally warns parents and investors that this is not Kellogg’s’ first time promoting the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Ally did not hesitate to call on investors to take action if they are […]

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South Florida CEOs Pitch In At Habitat Broward’s 2nd Annual CEO Build

Florida CEOs showed up to give time, funds, and voice in support of affordable workforce housing during Habitat for Humanity of Broward’s 2nd annual CEO Build on Saturday, May 15. The landscaping work took place at Habitat’s historic 76-home community in Pompano Beach. “These CEO Build participants collectively lead more than 430,000 employees,” said Nancy Robin CEO […]

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God’s Presence Quantized

Have you heard it said, “The worship leader ushers us into the presence of God?” Well if that’s true then the abundance or lack of God’s presence falls solely on the minister of music. Along with      other crafty human phrases that are also false, like the above one, we are met with two […]

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