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Robyn Scott-Vincent Helms Attitude Pictures Limited and Produces Documentaries Relating to People Around the Globe Living with Disabilities

Robyn Scott-VincentRobyn Scott-Vincent is the Owner of Attitude Pictures Limited, and a Partner of Attitude Pictures Australia Proprietary Limited, the former being a production company specializing in documentaries, corporate and government video content, and the latter production company focusing on top quality production services. Ms. Scott-Vincent holds a BBC in broadcasting and communication from New Zealand Broadcasting School, having first gained industry experience and savoir faire through her work as a reporter for the Auckland Star, New Zealand Herald, and Television New Zealand as a One Network News reporter. She also acquired experience in such roles as freelance director, producer, director, and writer with various media outlets.

Presently, working in dual capacities, Ms. Scott-Vincent makes the most of more than a quarter-of-a-century’s worth of professional experience at the helm of Attitude Pictures Limited and as a partner of Attitude Pictures Australia Proprietary Limited. Operating from Auckland, New Zealand, and Brisbane, Australia, the companies cater to regional and international client demographics. Attitude Pictures Ltd is an Accredited Media Partner of the IPC (International Paralympic Committee).

Robyn Scott-Vincent Attitude Pictures LogoBoth functioning as production companies, they focus on documentaries, corporate and government video content, and production services. During the course of her impressive career, Ms. Scott-Vincent has independently produced and directed 60 prime time documentaries and 320 episodes of her series Attitude that specializes in content relating to people throughout the world who live with disability. Her content has appeared during the Special Olympics International World Games and, she has contributed production work to the International Paralympic Committee, as well as the New Zealand Government, the Australian Human Rights Commission and a variety of disability throughout the world. Equally proficient in writing, Ms. Scott-Vincent also authored a biography on Susan Devoy entitled “Out on Top” and co-authored “Cindy: Breaking the Cycle”.

With a forte for documentary projects that address issues related to disabilities, Ms. Scott-Vincent was honored with the Workplace Diversity Award by the EEO Trust. A founder and trustee of the Attitude Awards she was also honored as a lifetime member with Worldwide Who’s Who. She feels her success can be most aptly attributed to a strong sense of humanity, integrity, and an ability to deliver high-quality content on budget and on time. In the coming years, Ms. Scott-Vincent intends to expand the international presence of her company into five key markets through networking, branding, and consulting worldwide.

Check out an Attitude Pictures MiniDoc: “The Mutes on The Road,” a documentary about The Mutes From Mars, a West Auckland band consisting of individuals with intellectual disabilities, as they practice for the opportunity of a lifetime.

Please click here for a directory of resources provided through Ms. Scott-Vincent’s company.

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Axel Lanausse Supports Religious Organizations with the Global Commission Partners

Axel LanausseMore than two decades ago, Axel Lanausse became inspired to work with nonprofit organizations and to support charitable causes in an effort to help those who were in need. For the past five years, he has served as president of Global Commission Partners—a nonprofit missionary association which indentifies and evaluates the fruitfulness of native ministries. Once ministries are approved, Global Commission Partners raises the funding to supply them with the necessary tools to make the religious organizations thrive.

As president of Global Commission Partners, Mr. Lanausse is responsible for handling all administrative duties, maintaining donor relations, traveling, and conducting evaluations. Drawing on his educational background, which includes a master’s degree in bible studies, he has become an expert regarding indigenous missions. In the coming years, he plans to keep abreast of changes in his ministry through networking and consulting worldwide.

religion doveRecognized for years of invaluable contributions to the church, Mr. Lanausse has garnered several awards. In 2013, he was inducted into Worldwide Branding as an executive member. Later that year, based on outstanding achievement in his field, he was selected as an Executive of the Year, representing nonprofit missionary work. Mr. Lanausse feels his success can be most aptly attributed to his faith in God, hard work, and a passion for the people that have yet to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Learn how you can champion the initiatives of the Global Commission Partners by supporting a child or a missionary.

 

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Ray Jacobs Invites You to Make a Contribution to ToyMakers of East Lake

Volunteers Work Hard to Champion the Initiatives of ToyMakers of East LakeRecently, Ray Jacobs of Palm Harbor, Florida, the president of the Tarpon Woods Action Committee, took up a great cause by volunteering for the ToyMakers of East Lake.

Mr. Jacobs’ story is a testament to the innate generosity, compassion and sense of giving  that lies within all of mankind, as he was compelled to help the organization to make toys for deserving children. After long having been admired by the members of his community for his innovative thinking and hard work, Mr. Jacobs was prompted to help others. He joined ToyMakers of East Lake and placed himself in a position of benevolence by participating in activities that would someday enable children to smile, one toy at a time.

Mr. Jacobs, a professional with a lofty background which also encompasses that of the position as president the Local Homeowners’ Association, has since been making toys for the organization with a mission to provide brightly painted, simple wooden toys to children in physical or emotional distress.

From Toymakersofeastlake.org:

The ToyMakers began in 1982 when Jim McCullagh was advised that his grandchild didn’t have any toys to play with while in All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. He realized that there was a need and enlisted the help of his boy-hood friend, Bruce Pahl. They and their wives started making simple, colorful wooden toys. These toys were given to All Children’s Hospital, then to local Ronald McDonald Houses, and other local agencies. The ToyMakers grew by word of mouth and now has over 200 volunteers in several states.

The ToyMakers tradition continues today. We have made and distributed over 350,000 toys to this date. All are wooden, no metal anywhere, and brightly colored. We have even made a special toy that has a “handle” for children with muscular dystrophy. We are always adding new children’s agencies in the United States as well as special situations in other countries.

child care boy toyThroughout the years The ToyMakers have been blessed with individuals and organizations who have donated monies and products. When you consider that we go through about 36,000 various size wheels, thousands of dowels for axles, and untold gallons of spray and liquid paints every year, not to mention repairs to our machines, you can understand our very deep appreciation of our Sponsors. We proudly list them in this web site as our partners in this mission. The ToyMakers have also been fortunate to receive recognition for our work with a Silver Good Citizenship Medal from the Sons of the American Revolution and as a Runner-up in the Min-Wax Community Craftsman Awards. We are deeply appreciative for the recognition.

In addition to his work with The ToyMakers, Mr. Jacobs also writes an informative article for the community newsletter. He encourages everyone to support this worthy cause.

Contact The ToyMakers of East Lake today to learn how you can help.

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Jas Jassal, BEM Uses Sports for Youth Education, Engagement and Empowerment

Jas Jassal, BEMJas Jassal, BEM is the Co-founder of the Asian Cricket Awards, a program with a purpose to celebrate the success of the British South Asian community within the cricket industry. This sponsor-driven initiative is supported by the governing bodies of UK sport and provides a positive platform to increase participation and representation from an existing and future generation. The journey of these nominees is highlighted and awareness of industry pathways communicated.

Mr. Jassal was recognised in 2014 amongst the Queens New Year Honours list for services rendered to charitable and community service providers with the British Empire Medal. He serves as a positive role model for people of all ages from all communities. Mr. Jassal puts in nearly seven-hundred voluntary hours each year, while balancing his day job and family life. This in itself is an amazing amount of dedication from an individual who clearly wants to change the landscape for diversity in sport. As Vice-Chairman of Concorde Rangers FC, he has assisted the club in its endeavors, and the West Middlesex and Hayes League in the forging of a partnership with the Queens Park Rangers Community Trust with the aim of raising standards and increasing participation in football in those sections of the community that are possibly under-represented in the game. One aspect of the partnership between the West Middlesex and Hayes League and QPR is the community development centre designed to raise the level of grassroots football and allow teenagers looking to break into coaching access to mentoring from QPR coaches.

Jas Jassal inspires others through volunteer servicesMr. Jassal was recently named trustee of the Hillingdon Community Trust. This volunteer role will allow him to provide grants to important equality and engagement initiatives in the Hillingdon Borough. His position will serve to ensure grants are provided to improve the quality of life in this region. In working with the Middlesex FA, Mr. Jassal has helped drive provision of coaching and refereeing courses locally while also encouraging young people to get into volunteering. He hopes to become an ambassador promoting volunteering to the masses. This commitment to volunteering has resulted in Mr. Jassal being awarded many honours for making a valuable contribution. His project work has impacted many lives positively and had an influence on his own children, who understand the values associated with volunteering. Both Mr. Jassal’s sons are football coaches. His eldest son was a volunteer at the Olympic Park; at a care home for the elderly and at the West Middlesex Hospital. His youngest son recently completed his referee’s accreditation and is an FA referee. Serving as volunteers has aided his childrens’ development and positively shaped their learning and behavior, gearing them up for adulthood.

Mr. Jassal has become revered for his commitment to volunteering and helping people. He personifies the importance of supporting one’s community through volunteer initiatives, and he pushes to share these experiences with the next generation. Working selflessly with others throughout his community in an effort to foster a better nation drives Mr. Jassal to continue serving as a volunteer, build and maintain grassroots movements, and promote the values that he genuinely cares about.

Asian Cricket AwardsOutside of football, Mr. Jassal has supported many charities through fundraising and awareness campaigns. These include British Airways Flying Start, a partnership with Comic Relief, where he has helped mentor young apprentices to organise fundraising football tournaments and encouraged colleague engagement through delivering road-shows. He recently supported a national campaign to increase Asian bone marrow donors on the stem-cell register. Recruitment drives organised by the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust, Delete Blood Cancer, Jaskomal and Rik Basra Foundations and Sunny Bains, father of Gaurav Bains, lead to a 1200% increase in Asian donors on the bone marrow register.

International Peace Day took place on September 21st; Mr. Jassal supported the organisation’s global football campaign ‘One Day One Goal’ helping to raise much needed awareness of promoting peace across the world by using the power of football to bring nations and communities together. His strong network at grassroots allowed many football matches to be dedicated to peace day.

Having been a volunteer for more than ten years, Mr. Jassal is still as excited about volunteering today as he was all those years ago. If it’s to do with grass roots or charity, Mr. Jassal is the first to lend his support. He is widely respected and acknowledged amongst his peers at the charities and trusts for his passion and dedication. He is also a champion for Include Me Too, a charitable organization that is focused on raising awareness of disability within the BME community, and providing support.

Mr. Jassal is currently developing a project involving hundreds of community coaches aiming to deliver social education and development to the under-privileged in third world countries. Delivery targets include developing and empowering youth leaders to help inspire others and provide sustainability.

Mr. Jassal has been awarded a number of honours, including the British Empire Medal, selection to be the Olympic Torchbearer in 2012, and the title of FA Volunteer of the Year in 2012 for Middlesex County and region of London. He was also named British Airways Flying Start Volunteer of the Year 2012, and a recipient of the British Airways Community Award in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Mr. Jassal is passionate about his community, volunteering, inclusion, education and development, having spent ten years championing best practices. He uses sport as the vehicle to deliver education and development, which empowers young people to become role models and leaders within their own community. They can then go on to inspire others.

For more information about Asian Cricket Awards and Majestic Global Marketing Ltd, visit www.asiancricketawards.co.uk
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Robert Cassidy Finds Purpose in Making a Difference in the Lives of The Less Fortunate

Robert CassidyA dedicated philanthropist, Robert Cassidy has amassed more than 20 years of professional experience, having spent the last decade as the president and CEO of the Most Excellent Prince Hall Grand Chapter of Holy Royal Arch Masons. In the course of his duties, he is responsible for acquiring sponsors and donations for the scholarship drive, as well as trying to raise revenue for the organization. He frequently works to provide scholarships to deserving college students, as well as financial assistance to the less fortunate individuals who are struggling financially and need assistance to get back on their feet.

Robert Cassidy and MEPHGCHRAM’s goal is to sponsor approximately 15 students per yearMr. Cassidy is a retired sergeant major of the United States Army with 26 years of active service experience serving every rank of leadership. He joined the military in 1983, and has been awarded the Legion of Merit, five Meritorious Services Medals, eight Army Accommodation Medals, six Army Achievement Medals, and other prestigious awards and recommendations. He attributes his success to the military, and his family. Mr. Cassidy studied human relations and business administration at Saint Leo University. He is a member of the Sergeant Majors Association. In years to come, Mr. Cassidy wants to establish a shelter for the homeless, open a food bank and continue to award scholarships to deserving students.

If you would like to make a contribution in the form of girls’ and boys’ clothing, backpacks, shoes, school supplies, toiletries, gift cards, or monetary donations through the Most Excellent Prince Hall Grand Chapter of Holy Royal Arch Masons, please click here.

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Christine Marie Offers Help for Victims of Abuse through Voices of Dignity

Christine MarieChristine Marie is the Founder of Voices for Dignity, an awareness campaign that was established with an aim to speak out against the abuse, exploitation, and humiliation of human beings.

Ms. Marie has made great strides in her entrepreneurial endeavors, and her establishment of founder of Voices for Dignity, an organization that offers technology, web sites, content and resources for individuals and organizations that take a stand against human trafficking, religious abuse and other forms of exploitation of women, has garnered her an abundance of recognition from victims everywhere. Voices for Dignity also provides empowering photography and mentoring in online media to help survivors heal, grow, and share their stories.

A victim of manipulation, Ms. Marie advises others who seek an outlet, or a shoulder, or direction, after suffering abuse at the hands of another.

“I’m telling it publicly to warn people that anyone can become a victim of a psychopath,” she recently told The Huffington Post. “It took eight years of therapy to realize it was not my fault.”

The organization has demonstrated revolutionary initiatives in the name of “compassionism” (compassionate activism), which includes holding the media and people in power accountable when they re-traumatize trauma victims. The foundation has been lauded as a standout resource for victims of trauma for its visually stunning and creatively written media, which has helped activists educate and restore the dignity of survivors.

If you are interested in volunteering, or if you would like to learn more about how you can help Voices for Dignity, please click here.

Christine Marie Heads Voices For Dignity, an Awareness Campaign that Speaks Out Against Human Trafficking, Religious Abuse and Exploitation

Christine Marie Heads Voices For Dignity, an Awareness Campaign that Speaks Out Against Human Trafficking, Religious Abuse and Exploitation

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Support the Emily Sadowsky And the Beat Goes On Foundation

Emily SadowskyEmily Sadowsky is a wonderful, bright and lively spirit whose cause on this earth was to show others how to love from within and enliven mankind through service. She was a vocalist and had an extremely angelic voice. After her unfortunate and untimely passing in July of 2012, she has continued to contribute her love and generosity to the world through her foundation, Emily Sadowsky and the Beat Goes On Foundation.

The foundation’s goal is to raise money for music programs for children, with an emphasis on mentally challenged kids. This organization helps children who suffer from Attention Deficit Disorder, as Emily had also gone through experiences with this ailment during her time on this earth. Ever compassionate about helping others and giving back, she has been of service to others through her foundation, and been a voice for young people who want to overcome adversity through their tough times with ADD and other challenges.

Support the Emily Sadowsky And The Beat Goes On Music Foundation, a Fundraiser for Children’s Music Programs

Support the Emily Sadowsky And The Beat Goes On Music Foundation, a Fundraiser for Children’s Music Programs

Emily also played the piano, and her beautiful voice could be heard by all of those who were close to her in their time of need, or in times of celebration.

Thank you for expressing an interest in Emily’s charitable endeavor: Emily Sadowsky And the Beat Goes On Foundation. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more.

You can also reach out via Facebook.  Thank you!

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Ruth Hamilton Changes Orphaned African Children’s Lives through Rise On Wings

Ruth HammRuth Hamm is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Rise  On Wings, a charitable organization that  works toward empowering single mothers in Uganda through the development of self-sustaining business projects. Through these projects, her hope is that there will be a decline in the number of children orphaned due to extreme poverty.

Ms. Hamm began serving as the company’s Executive Director after having co-founded its initiatives in 2012, as she felt inspired to pursue a career that would allow her to make a difference in the lives of others. She develops self-sustaining businesses in Uganda for single mothers as model projects for them to gain new skills and training while earning an income to support their children. After the first year, Ms. Hamm and her colleagues encourage the women to launch their own businesses using the new skills that they have acquired, and with the assistance of a small business loan and a mentor.

Ruth Hamm Heads Rise on WingsThrough the projects that are launched through Rise On Wings, Ms. Hamm’s hope is that there will be a decline in the number of children orphaned due to extreme poverty.

If you are interested in learning more about the organization, or would like to make a contribution to this great cause, please visit the foundation’s Facebook page, or http://www.riseonwings.org.

Please also visit Ms. Hamm’s LinkedIn page to learn more about her accomplishments and endeavors as a philanthropist.

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Milena Morrow is a Disabled Individual who Advocates for Others Like Her

Milena Morrow Helps Disabled Individuals to Overcome ObstaclesMilena Morrow, President of Lifebridge East Inc., is a disabled individual who was hired for a position she applied for at the company. She comes from a background where she was taught to believe that she would not be able to participate in the mainstream arena due to her disability; she developed the desire to prove people wrong, and became determined to prove to them that she would not only succeed, but also become successful at leading an organization. She is interested in challenges, a qualified editor, and is in the process of publishing her book “Sipping Champagne Through a Straw: A Migrant Daughter’s Tale with a Difference.”

Milena MorrowIn her role with Lifebridge East Inc., Ms. Morrow is responsible for setting the organization’s value, vision and strategic direction. She is also in charge of monitoring the annual business plan to ensure that the organization is meeting its targets and objectives.  Upon reflecting on a rewarding career, she attributes her success to her passion, determination to not listen to others, ability to follow her dreams, love for challenges and positive attitude.

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Teresa Dawn Baker Creates Positive Change for Children with Disabilities through New Hope Advocacy

Teresa Dawn Baker Helps Disabled Children through New Hope AdvocacyTeresa Dawn Baker is the President and Chief Executive Officer of New Hope Advocacy, a charitable organization that provides advocacy services for families and children with disabilities. Ms. Baker, an expert on the laws that support individuals with special needs, is in charge of answering the requests and phone calls from parents who feel their children with disabilities are not receiving the proper attention that they need. In her executive leadership role, Ms. Baker also makes the most of her strong knowledge of the law while reviewing the paperwork and informing families of the disabled of the actions that need to be taken in order to ensure that their needs are being met properly and fairly.

Ms. Baker was recently named a VIP of Worldwide Branding, and she continuously strives for excellence in her endeavors to champion the initiatives of those with special needs.

Teresa Baker Advocates for the Rights of Disabled ChildrenMs. Baker was prompted to pursue her current career path by a desire to make the most of the knowledge and experience that she had come to acquire after teaching special education for 28 years. She was working with a special education director and found it frustrating when she was not able to provide what the students really needed, so she decided to advocate for parents. She attributes her success to her passion for those with disabilities and commitment to them; this encouragement is the very thing that keeps her going. In looking forward to a bright future, Ms. Baker aims to become a national speaker to advocate for those with disabilities.

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