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!

Wreaths across America: Remembering America’s Heroes

Each year, for the last 23 years, Americans have gathered in Virginia’s Arlington National Cemetery to honor fallen veterans. On Dec. 13, Wreaths Across America (WAA), with the help of nearly 50,000 volunteers, laid wreaths upon the headstones of 230,000 veterans interred there. Over 700,000 wreaths were placed at 1,015 locations nationally and abroad. WAA, […]Read More >>

Civic Duty Supports Art Show/Fundraiser – Featuring Performance Artist David Garibaldi – for Leukemia Society

Civic Duty, cofounded by Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, is donating to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year campaigns. Those in the Sacramento area are invited to also support this worthy charity by attending a special art auction and show with performance painter David Garibaldi on April 24, 2014, […]Read More >>

New Film About HIV/AIDS Seeks Backers; Civic Duty Responds, Giving Life to Vital Project

A new real-life, short film portraying the reality of living with HIV/AIDS is being funded in part by Civic Duty, a charity cofounded by Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi. The film’s production team, including writer Armand Petri, appreciates the support which will help propagate their important message– that the days of equating an HIV […]Read More >>

Civic Duty Joins Fight against HIV/AIDS by Helping Launch HIV Awareness Film

The charity Civic Duty is helping to further the reach of a new short film called Undetectable about living with the HIV/AIDS disease and is also supporting the AIDS Healthcare Foundation for research, prevention, and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Others are encouraged to also help launch the film into the festival circuit by donating on the […]Read More >>

Heroes by Day and Now Weekends Too. Civic Duty Supports Police Charity Softball Club

(PRWEB) April 01, 2014 Civic Duty, co-founded by the Omidi brothers, proudly announce their support proudly announce their support of the Hardcor Police Softball Club, which benefits our country’s charities through fund raising softball tournaments with teams of law enforcement officials. Turns out the heroism of our nation’s policemen and corrective officers extends beyond their […]Read More >>

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