Active Nutrition Amarillo

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I recently opened up a nutrition club called Active Nutrition Amarillo. As I grow my business, I want to do so by giving back to the community that I grew up in – I want to do it by partnering with various people/groups/organizations through fundraising opportunities. Our mission is to live healthy, have fun, and empower and serve the community with unity and integrity.

 

My website is cristincurl.goherbalife.com – but to see more of what’s going on at Active Nutrition Amarillo, you can follow us at www.facebook.com/activenutritionamarillo

 

Thanks so much for all your help! I’ll be referring other club owners in my organization to you!

 

— Cristin Curl

Active Nutrition Amarillo

Amy Blackwell State Farm using their 18×36 Big Check Dry Erase

18×36 Big Check Dry Erase

“In 2019, my team and I set a goal to give back to our local community, so we are participating in State Farm’s Quotes For Good campaign.  Each month we select a different non-profit organization and via Social Media, word of mouth, networking relationships, etc. we spread the word that for every quote our office completes in that month, we will donate up to $10 for every household we quote.   The more we quote, the more we donate.  It’s that simple, no purchase necessary.”

 

“In February, we selected the Community Food Pantry of Murrieta.  In March our campaign is focused towards Animal Friends of the Valleys.  Each month in 2019 is designated to a different local non-profit.  It feels great to educate people on how insurance can protect them and their loved ones, all while giving back to local organizations.”http://www.blackwellsinsurance.com

Praxis

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“As part of the #PraxisGivesBack initiative, Praxis has selected The StewPot as the recipient of the $5000 grant. With this check donation, The StewPot will be able to provide 320 people with one-on-one casework assistance which is essential to get the support and documentation vital to overcoming homelessness.”

Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Coalition

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Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Coalition uses their 30″ x 60″ Giant Check to display a donation to ISP Cyber Crimes Unit.
“As part of their mission to assist local law enforcement in their mission to detect, investigate and prosecute child predators, the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Coalition (IICACC) contributed funds and purchased for the Idaho State Police Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) an additional forensic software program.  This additional software will assist ISP’s Computer Forensic Examiners in their work in forensically imaging and analyzing suspect’s computers in support of law enforcement casework statewide.”

Recycle That

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“When the huge Bronx fire happened a few weeks back people really rallied around the community. But the problem was, as with most disasters, clothing donations became too much.
What’s more, the community needed money more than clothing. So, when we saw the @nytimes article that clothes were overflowing the PS51 gym and the St. Martin of Tours Church that leases the gym from the school, we knew we could help.
Right away we sent our trucks to pick up the extra clothes they couldn’t use and offered them financial compensation.
Today we got to present Father Fernandez with a check from the clothing collection for his Parish.”

View their their full post here. #clothesarenttrash