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<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.Causecast.org" target="_blank"><b>Causecast</b></a> provides a comprehensive and easy to use online system that helps businesses manage community volunteering, donations, matching, rewarding and cause campaigns ranging from disaster relief to competitive social fundraising. The all-inclusive Community Impact Platform allows organizations to easily launch unique social change initiatives that engage their members while positively impacting their communities.

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While great progress has been made in the struggle for gender equality, women around the world continue to be denied basic civil rights. For instance...
The Senate Democrats have gone rogue, passing a Carbon Cap and Trade plan against the demands of the impending GOP boycott. The bill, which creates a...
Farmers markets have rapidly become a regular structure in communities across the nation. For many Americans, who have become aware of the despicable...
The leaves are changing and the temperature is dropping—you know what that means. Flu season. Chances are if you haven’t had swine flu...
When Muhammad Yunus won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his work in microfinance, it was the climax of thirty years of developing his brilliant...
Underoath is one of the few bands I’ve had the pleasure of seeing grow from being fairly unknown to a headliner in just a short period of time...
According to a new report released by the Worldwatch Institute, livestock is responsible for over 50 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas...
As part of the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s week of volunteerism, Faith Hill has filmed a Public Service Announcement encouraging...
Advocates around the world have been pushing for a strong stand against the Sudanese government for human rights abuses and the ongoing conflict in...
Starlight Children’s Foundation is a national nonprofit that provides support for seriously ill children and their families. As a volunteer,...
Explorers in the Arctic North are now predicting that the vast majority, about 80 percent, of the ice covering the north pole is on track to melt...

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