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However, all who are involved with charity are winners
The gold plate awards page, rising to the peak of the charity idea.
CHARITY IS REWARDING IN THE MOST UNUSUAL WAYS
Some of the names that belong on the gold plate, are too long to fit. Our quest is HUMANITARIANISM
The names we have listed are from: BORROWED NOTED OF NAMES OF PEOPLE DOING CHARITY
SOON MORE NAMES COULD BE ANOUNCED
"THE STRENGTH OF DREAMS"
WHAT GROWS FORM THE APPLESEED?
THIS FOR THOSE PLANTING SEEDS OF CHARITY, AND CARING FOR HUMANITY.
PLACE ON THE GOLDEN APPLES DEVELOP PERIOD OF CHARITY
A DECORATIVE AWARDED PAGE AS A PRIZE REPRESENTATION FOR SUCCESSFUL CHARITY ACHIEVEMENTS
THE ESSENCE OF COMPASSION
WE LIKE TO THINK OF THE HIGHEST PEAK FOR INSPIRATION, WHEN WE THINK OF HOW MUCH WE’D LIKE TO ACCOMPLISHED WHEN IT COMES TO CHARITY. HOWEVER, WE DO CAUTION ALL WHO ARE ALSO INTRIGUE BY MOUNTAINS, THE TO TAKE SAFETY MEASURES, AND EXERCISE EXTREME PRECAUTIONS, IF YOU TOO FEEL SUPER INFLUENCED TO GO ON AN ADVENTURES, AND TO GO HIKING MOUNTAINS, AS MOUNTAIN HIKING COULD PRESENT SOME ASPECT OF HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS. YET AT THE SAME TIME COULD BE A PLEASANT ADVENTURE. PLEASE BE SURE TO PICK THE BEST SEASONS, AND TO ENJOY, AS THERE IS MUCH TO ENJOY ON SUCH AN EXITING ESCAPADE. IT COULD BE A GREAT EXPERIENCE: THE LORD, AS WE KNOW; IS GLORIOUS AND MORE EXCELLENT, THEN THE MOUNTAIN PREY. AS ALWAYS, OUR HOPE IS IN THE LORD.
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Some names of PEOPLE DOING CHARITY We were able to obtain
the 100 names of people and WINNERS OF SIGNED COPY OF THE HOLLOWED STAR, may or may not be listed,
SOON TO RECEIVE.
CANNOT SAY THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR ALL OF YOU.
THE LIST CONSTANTLY GROWING
THIS PAGE CONSIST OF OUR LIST OF PEOPLE DOING EXTRAORDINARY THINGS IN THE WORLD OF CHARITY THESE ARE ONLY SOME OF THE NAMES WE WERE ABLE TO OBTAIN
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J/P Haitian Relief Organization From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) Founded 2010
J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) is a non-profit organization founded by the American actor Sean Penn in response to the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. J/P stands for Jenkins-Penn, a reference to Sanela Diana Jenkins, whose foundation supported initial relief efforts, with Sean Penn. Today, J/P HRO continues to keep in step with the needs on the ground as they evolve. Programs focus on supporting the residents of J/P HRO-managed camps and the surrounding areas transition from life left homeless by the earthquake to sustainable and thriving communities. Early on, J/P HRO became camp manager of the Pétionville and Cité Maxo camps, supporting nearly 60,000 internally displaced persons. By the end of 2013, J/P HRO will have achieved a significant milestone in the successful relocation of all remaining camp families. J/P HRO employs nearly 350 people, 95 percent of which are Haitian, to provide health, education and community development, housing and economic opportunities. Taking a geographically focused and integrated approach to community regeneration, J/P HRO programs empower the residents of Delmas 32 to revitalize their neighborhood. J/P HRO seeks to demonstrate that something fundamentally different can come from a slum in the center of one of the world’s poorest cities: sustainable and prosperous communities. The organization works with the support of and in collaboration with local and national government leaders, community-based organizations, other international NGO’s, UN agencies, donors—and-most importantly—the community members themselves. J/P HRO has four core programs—Medical, Camp and Relocations Management, Community Development, and Engineering and Construction—that provide services to earthquake survivors, primarily from neighborhoods that surround the Pétionville and Cité Maxo camps. The Camp and Relocations Management Program manages the two camps and is actively relocating the remaining families into long-term and structurally sound housing. The Engineering and Construction Program has cleared more than 500,000 cubic meters (m3)—approximately 31,250 dump truck loads—of earthquake debris and rubble from the city to date, and has been recognized as a leader in the overall rubble removal effort for safety and efficiency. It also rebuilds and retrofits badly damaged structures, including education and medical facilities, and builds new homes, in accordance with a “build back better” approach. The Medical Program provides free emergency and primary medical care for a nominal sum, averaging more than 8,000 patients a month at two community clinics. The clinics also lead broad public education campaigns on good health and hygiene practice. The Community Development Program is running a primary school for 260 students. The program also offers capacity-building education and enrichment opportunities for the community members, while forging partnerships with small businesses in Port-au-Prince. In response to the cholera outbreak in late 2010, J/P HRO teamed up with the Pan American Health Organization and the World Health Organization to help stop the spread of the disease. The Travel Channel's food show No Reservations, hosted by Anthony Bourdain, featured Haiti as the 2011 season opener which first aired on February 28, 2011. Sean Penn and J/P HRO were featured prominently in the show including a tour of one of the IDP camps. On January 10, 2015, Penn held his fourth annual Sean Penn & Friends Help Haiti Home fundraiser in Beverly Hills, CA which raised over $6 million dollar for the organization. The event featured many celebrities including former United States president, Bill Clinton and performances by Coldplay's Chris Martin and Red Hot Chili Peppers, who closed the event with a 30 minute set.
Humanitarian response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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A survivor pulled from the debris of the Hôtel Montana The response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake included national governments, charitable and for-profit organizations from around the world which began coordinating humanitarian aid designed to help the Haitian people. Some countries arranged to send relief and rescue workers and humanitarian supplies directly to the earthquake damage zones, while others sought to organize national fund raising to provide monetary support for the nonprofit groups working directly in Haiti. OCHA coordinates and tracks this on a daily basis. The information is disseminated through the UN news and information portal, ReliefWeb. As of September 5, 2013, ReliefWeb have reported a total relief funding of $3.5 billion given (and a further $1 billion pledged but not given). A number of countries sent large contingents of disaster relief, medical staff, technicians for reconstruction and security personnel. Notably, the governments of the United States, the UK, Israel, the Dominican Republic, Canada, Brazil, Italy and Cuba sent over 1,000 military and disaster relief personnel each, with the United States being by far the largest single contributor to the relief efforts. The international community also committed numerous major assets such as field hospitals, naval vessels, a hospital ship, aircraft carriers, transport aircraft and emergency facilities soon after the extent of the disaster became apparent. Argentina was the first country to send aid to Haiti. Progress in responding to the earthquake was hampered by a number of factors, including loss of life, a number of aftershocks, destroyed infrastructures, collapsed buildings blocking streets, the lack of electricity for gasoline station pumps, loss of the capital's seaport, and loss of air traffic control facilities. The damage to the Haitian government ministries, all of which suffered varying degrees of facilitys' destruction and personnel deaths, impeded coordination of the disaster response. In April 2010, the Haitian government asked that food distribution in the Pétionville camp cease in order to allow the normal economy to resume.
Contents [hide] 1 Appeals for aid 2 Response by national governments 3 Response by intergovernmental organizations 3.1 EU 3.2 Organization of American States 3.3 Union of South American Nations 3.4 United Nations 4 Response by non-governmental organizations 5 Response by corporations 6 Responses by notable persons and groups 7 Response by online communities 8 See also 9 References 10 External links
Appeals for aid Appeals for international aid were immediately requested by Raymond Joseph, Haiti's ambassador to the United States and his nephew, singer Wyclef Jean, The American Red Cross quickly announced that it had run out of supplies in Haiti and appealed for public donations. immediately switched all its charitable efforts to helping those affected by the quake. Response by national governments
Rescue supplies delivered to Haiti from US Navy ships Main article: Humanitarian response by national governments to the 2010 Haiti earthquake Response by intergovernmental organizations EU In early January 2010 the EU released €3 m in emergency funding. The European Council and its member nations later announced more than €429 million (US$600,000,000) in emergency humanitarian aid, rehabilitation aid and medium-to long-term reconstruction aid. The aid was to be provided as detailed: Humanitarian Assistance The EU pledged €122 million in humanitarian assistance: Emergency relief aid package: €30 million (incl. a €3 million ECHO fast-track decision). Commission funds were to be distributed via UN agencies, international NGOs and the Red Cross. €92 million from member countries. Support for Early Recovery and Reinforcing State Capacity. The European Commission pledged to provide €100 million for short term recovery and rehabilitation. Reconstruction and Rehabilitation. The European Commission pledged to provide €200 million from the 10th and 9th EDF funds for Haiti. They would be in addition to bilateral contributions from EU Member States' budgets. The European Union thus pledged at least €429 million to Haiti in both emergency and humanitarian aid to help the medium and long term work of rebuilding the country devastated by the earthquake. In addition, the 27 countries decided to send some 150 troops from the European Gendarmerie to ensure that humanitarian aid would reach the people affected by the earthquake. The financial contribution of the EU as a whole totaled €429 million, broken down as: €92 million coming from contributions made by Member States, €30 million from the European Commission itself, €107 million from existing EU funds that were being redirected to Haiti, and another €200 million shuffled for the medium and long term rehabilitation. Organization of American States The Organization of American States donated US$100 000. Union of South American Nations The Union of South American Nations pledged US$300 000 000 to help rebuild Haiti on long terms. A meeting was held in Quito in order to discuss how it would be utilized. United Nations As the extent of the catastrophe unfolded, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon commented: "There is no doubt that we are facing a major humanitarian emergency and that a major relief effort will be required". The U.N. mobilized an emergency response team to help coordinate humanitarian relief efforts. The Security Council authorised an increase of 3,500 troops and police of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti in Resolution 1908. The World Bank provided extra funding of $100 million to support recovery and reconstruction in Haiti. UNICEF made an emergency appeal for assistance to aid the victims. The World Health Organization sent a "12-member team of health and logistics experts." The World Food Program provided over 200 staff members on the ground, with their rapid-response team supporting the entire humanitarian effort." The International Atomic Energy Agency sent eight mobile medical X-ray machines to Haiti. The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs established a coordination office in Haiti to coordinate the international relief effort in support of the Government of Haiti. Response by non-governmental organizations Main article: Humanitarian response by non-governmental organizations to the 2010 Haiti earthquake Many non-governmental organizations, including international, religious and regionally-based NGOs, immediately pledged support in the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. NGOs contributed significantly to both on-the-ground rescue efforts and external solicitation of aid for those rescue efforts. Response by corporations Main article: Humanitarian responses by for-profit organizations to the 2010 Haiti earthquake Responses by notable persons and groups Jennifer Aniston announced a donation of US$500,000 to Doctors Without Borders, Partners in Health and Americares. Charles Aznavour and Youssou N'Dour recorded a music video called Un geste pour Haiti cherie for French television that appeals to viewers to donate to the earthquake relief. Sandra Bullock donated US$1,000,000 Gisele Bündchen donated US$1,500,000 Samuel Dalembert donated US$100,000 to UNICEF  Leonardo DiCaprio donated US$1,000,000. Jean-Claude Duvalier announced that he would ask a foundation set up in the name of his mother to transfer an estimated £5,000,000 (US$8,000,000) of its assets to the American Red Cross. Queen Elizabeth II made a donation to the relief effort and issued a personal message of condolence to the President of Haiti. Evanescence released a previously unreleased track, "Together Again", originally intended for inclusion on but was later cut from their album The Open Door, as a charity single on January 22, 2010. The track was available as a free download to anyone who donated to the United Nations Foundation. Lady Gaga announced that proceeds from her New York concert would go to Haiti relief, which is later revealed to have raised more than US$500,000. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt donated US$1,000,000 Madonna donated US$250,000 Alyssa Milano donated US$50,000 to UNICEF, and challenged any corporation to match her donation. Denis O'Brien pledged €3.5 million. Carlos Peña donated US$15,000 T-ara of South Korea donated $10,000 of their own income for the disaster. James Taylor performed a January 22 benefit concert for Haiti at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Miguel Tejada personally delivered humanitarian supplies. John Travolta piloted his private jet to Haiti on January 26, 2010, bringing six tons of ready-to-eat military food and medical supplies plus several doctors and ministers. Olivia Wilde promised to send a personalized thank-you video to anyone who donates $200 or more to Artists for Peace and Justice. Oritsé Williams of JLS donated an undisclosed sum to the Disasters Emergency Committee relief effort and left a blog post on the band's website urging fans to donate as well. In the post, Williams revealed that he had family that were killed by the earthquake. Tiger Woods donated US$3,000,000 Charlie Simpson, a seven year old British boy from Fulham, south London, who initially aimed to raise £500 ($800) by cycling round his local park in London, raised more than £200,000 (US$300,000) for UNICEF via Internet donations from around the world on his JustGiving page. Simpson's fundraising effort gained national and then international coverage, and by the end of the day of his sponsored bicycle ride his JustGiving webpage had amassed donations of over £60,000 ($96,700) from donors all over the world. Two days later (as of 26 January 2010) the total stood at over £150,000 ($240,000). By 27 March 2010 the total stood at £210,000. Response by online communities Avaaz: users raised over US$800,000 as of January 16. GSN: members of Game Show Network could donate their earned oodles in denomination of $10, $25, and $50. As of 1/26/10 over $25,000 has been raised. Reddit: users raised over US$178,000 as of February 15. Belfast4Haiti: members of the underground music scene in Belfast, Northern Ireland set up a citywide fundraising campaign and as of 2nd Feb 2010 over £37,000 had been raised. GaiaOnline: matched donations made by its members up to US$10,000 to the American Red Cross. myYearbook: allowed members to donate lunch money to the American Red Cross via its Causes application. See also Humanitarian response to the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquakeCrisis camp References
Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal $3.5 billion Foster cultural understanding, develop communities, empower women, enable youth, provide vital disaster relief and create a more tolerant and accepting world
One of the hundreds of thousands of people who were injured or killed by the destructive earthquake in Haiti On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a magnitude-7.0 earthquake, the country's most severe earthquake in over 200 years. The epicenter of the quake was just outside the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince. Over 230,000 civilians have been confirmed dead by the Haitian government because of the disaster and around 300,000 have been injured. Approximately 1.2 million people are homeless and it has been reported that the lack of temporary shelter may lead to the outbreak of disease. To raise money for earthquake victims, a new celebrity version of "We Are the World" was recorded on February 1, 2010 and released on February 12, 2010. Over 75 musicians were involved in the remake, which was recorded in the same studio as the 1985 original. The new version features revised lyrics as well as a rap segment pertaining to Haiti. Michael Jackson's younger sister Janet duets with her late brother on the track, as per a request from their mother Katherine. In the video and on the track, archive material of Michael Jackson is used from the original 1985 recording. On February 20, 2010, a non-celebrity remake, "We Are the World 25 for Haiti (YouTube Edition)", was posted to the video sharing website YouTube. Internet personality and singer-songwriter Lisa Lavie conceived and organized the Internet collaboration of 57 unsigned or independent YouTube musicians geographically distributed around the world. Lavie's 2010 YouTube version, a cover of the 1985 original, excludes the rap segment and minimizes the Auto-tune that characterizes the 2010 celebrity remake. Another 2010 remake of the original is the Spanish-language "Somos El Mundo". It was written by Emilio Estefan and his wife Gloria Estefan, and produced by Emilio, Quincy Jones and Univision Communications, the company that funded the project. Legacy Organizations Action Against Hunger
We HOPE THAT WE DID NOT FORGET ANYONE'S NAME WHO SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST, AS WE ARE STILL HOPING TO ADD MORE NAMES
May The LORD be with you all.
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WE HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN DOING REWARDING CHARITABLE WORKS ALL ACROSS THE EARTH, INTENSELY FOR THE PAST SEVEN YEARS, AND EVEN LONG BEFORE THE PAST SEVEN YEARS. MANY ARE HAVE BEEN ACTIVELY INVOLVED WITH CHARITY.
WE WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE YOU. TO SAY WE ARE AWARE OF YOUR GOOD WORKS, AND ARE VERY CONSCIOUS OF HOW MUCH WE NEED TO SAY THE BIGGEST THANK YOU.
THAT IS WHY WE WOULD LIKE TO LIST A FEW OF THE NAMES, OF THOSE WE ARE INFORMED OF, THAT ARE INVOLVED WITH CHARITY, AND LIST THEIR NAMES ON THE GOLD APRICOT and GOLD APPLES HONOR PAGES AWARD PAGE OF THE 2116 MANES OF KINDEST BENEVOLENT NOBLE PEOPLE PAGE.
WE APPRECIATE, ALL THAT YOU ARE DOING TO HELP KEEP THE HUMAN RACE IN MOTION, ACTIVE IN CHARITY MISSION WORK, TO HELP THE NEEDY AS WELL AS THE CHURCH. WE HOPE FOR YOU TO RECEIVE BLESSING FROM GOD. WE CAN ONLY EXPRESS OUR DEEPEST GRATITUDE, THANK YOU EVER SO MUCH !!! !!! !
WE ARE CONTINUING TO ADD NAMES UNTIL THE END OF HARVEST WEEK AS WE BECOME AWARE OF WHO IS WHO IN THE CHARITY SPHERE.
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