Who's Making a Difference
We are collecting stories that we believe are the embodiment of “doing something good.” These are stories about men and women or organizations that are active in their community or making an impact in foreign countries.
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We are looking for a few good men. Or women. Or even children. Is there someone in your world that is “making a difference” for others? It can be an individual or an organization; the impact can be local or global. We want to share the story in hopes of inspiring others to make time in their life to “do good” too. Tell us about him or her. Click here
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I believe it is our civic duty to be open to possibilities and to reaching out beyond our comfort zone. This is your civic duty.
Sometimes in life we have to compromise. Not necessarily our values. We do however learn to see things from different perspectives and in doing so we grow.
This poem from Tony Haynes expresses the lasting impact of Nelson Mandela and the effect he has had on the lives of us all by performing his civic duty.
News stories about people doing good things are common in all types of media. They are such a nice break from all the stories about war, disease, disasters and tragedies that we wanted to pass on a few of our favorites. We can all use a little more sunshine and happiness, right? Share them with your friends and family!
“Words may show a man's wit, but actions his meaning.”
(PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Dr. Michael Omidi and Julian Omidi, cofounders of the charity Civic Duty, are proud to support The Heroes Project and their Climb for Heroes trip slated to scale Mount Everest in March of this year. The activities of The Heroes Project help empower wounded armed forces veterans and their families.
(PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Team Rubicon, a world-wide disaster relief organization, expresses its appreciation for the support of Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, cofounders of the nonprofit Civic Duty. Team Rubicon engages hundreds of US veterans by helping them find a renewed sense of purpose by helping those in need following natural disasters.
(PRWEB) February 26, 2014
Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, co-founders of the nonprofit Civic Duty, have joined forces with Team Rubicon to offer worldwide disaster relief services. Team Rubicon utilizes the skills and experience of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.
(PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, cofounders of Civic Duty, hail three New Yorkers who came to the aid of a woman during an attempted rape and captured her attacker. The men were recognized by the City of New York for their heroism.
(PRWEB) January 29, 2014
Cofounders of the nonprofit organization Civic Duty, brothers Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, applaud Jonas Corona for his love and service on behalf of the homeless in and around Los Angeles. For more than four years, Jonas’ charity Love in the Mirror has provided food, clothing, toiletry kits, and toys, backpacks filled with school supplies and other necessities to children in their time of need.
- Sylvia Hernandez Offers Hope and Help to Addicted & Homeless Women
- Julian Omidi Speaks on Zero Tolerance Policies That Harm Heroes Who Do Good Things
- Rainbow Pack Thanks Civic Duty for Its Support Given Just in Time for the Holiday Season
- Civic Duty Celebrates 13-Year-Old’s Efforts to Give Kids the Tools to Learn