“Nothing ever lasts forever,” the old saying goes. I find this applies to all kinds of things in life. So, as we celebrate ChildFund’s 75th year, I am mindful that not all nonprofits and for-profit companies have longevity.
A picture from ChildFund's 75th anniversary celebration held earlier this month at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. From left: Honorary co-hosts Majority Leader Eric Cantor and wife Diana Cantor; ChildFund Board of Directors Chairman A. Hugh Ewing III; me; honorary co-hosts Sen. Mark Warner and wife Lisa Collis; Connie Mooney, senior vice president at SunTrust Bank, our presenting sponsor. Photo by Hoot Media Photography.
TheGreenJobBank Environmental Non-Profit Organization Profile: Conservation International. Conservation International is committed to helping societies adopt a more sustainable approach to development – one that considers and values nature at every turn.
Filmmaker Socheata Poeuv grew up in the United States never knowing that her family had survived the Khmer Rouge genocide. In New Year Baby, she embarks on a journey to Cambodia in search of the truth about her family's past.
Ma Win fled her home in Myanmar when government soldiers burnt down her village. The most important thing she brought with her was this nut cracker which was a token of love from her brother before he had moved. Ma Win had not heard from him since the attack. "I'm glad I took the cracker with me that day because it reminds me of him and the moments we were together". Ma Win from Thailand - Visit 1family - http://www.unhcr.org/1family/
Hunger doesn't just kill, it weakens children's bodies, stunts their growth and damages their minds. It's time to let a suffering child know there is someone who cares and can help. Please sponsor a child today.