Tag: volunteers

BACH for the holidays …. and beyond

I have been out of the office, on vacation, since Dec. 22, and when I got back to work today and started wading through the thousands of emails in my inbox, I found one from Hank Henley, asking if we could include some...

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Pride proceeds

CHECK DISTRIBUTION  |  Representatives of the five organizations named as beneficiaries of the 2011 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade gather at the Round-Up Saloon to pick up checks representing their share of proceeds from the...

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25 ways to fight AIDS

Today, December 1, is World AIDS Day. Wait! Before you click the ‘next’ button or scroll down your news feed hear me out: The LGBT community has been living with AIDS for three decades now. For people of my...

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Holiday heroes

A HELPING HAND  |  Members of Cathedral of Hope distribute more than 400 food bags to low-income families and individuals for Thanksgiving. Volunteers participating in the effort on Sunday, Nov. 20, included, from left, Rusty...

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Pet of the Week: Nina

Nina was timid and did not want to interact with Operation Kindness staff or volunteers when she was first transferred to our shelter. With enough patience from everyone, she has started to trust humans. She is comfortable...

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Making a better world, one step at a time

John Boeglin John Boeglin repays the help he gets as a client at AOC by also being a volunteer at the agency TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior Editor taffet@dallasvoice.com FORT WORTH — John Boeglin, first diagnosed with AIDS in 1989, has...

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D.C. Region Volunteers Keep Equality Spreading

The following post comes from HRC Regional Field Organizer Christine Sloane . Christine is working hard here in D.C. to support the 30 HRC staff that will be on the ground in 16 states by Election Day, working with HRC-endorsed...

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Volunteers Stand Up for Chris Coons in Delaware

Delawareans are coming out in force to help elect Chris Coons to the U.S. Senate.  I’ve been working here in Lewes to turn out our members throughout Delaware, and the dedication of the volunteers is amazing.  With so much on...

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D.C. Volunteers Make a Difference in NY

I love campaign season. The period leading up to elections can be terribly stressful for many of us, but it can also be tremendously rewarding. I am in western New York right now, where we are working hard every day to make...

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LEADING THE WAY

Sewell Automotive Companies and Sewell Subaru, which market to the LGBT community in Dallas and have on staff openly lesbian sales manager Vicki Gullion, have donated $10,000 to help establish Guide Dogs for the Blind’s first...

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