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e-Cycle to Donate $1 to JDRF for Every Mobile Phone Recycled in Celebration of America Recycles Day and American Diabetes Month


Hilliard, OH (PRWEB) November 03, 2011

Wireless mobile buyback and recycling company e-Cycle LLC is launching an e-Cycle for Juvenile Diabetes campaign and will donate $ 1 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) for every mobile phone sold or recycled from Nov. 14 through the 23.

e-Cycle CEO,Chris Irion, said the goal of the promotion is to help raise awareness and support for two causes that are close to his heartAmerica Recycles Day (Nov. 15) and American Diabetes Month (November). Irion said that he hopes the campaign will encourage organizations to recycle their used mobile devices responsibly in November and also help support a critical research fund dedicated to finding a cure for the debilitating disease.

As a father with a child suffering with Childhood Diabetes, I know first hand the difficult challenges that families face in fighting a deadly and life-changing disease, while also trying to maintain a normal and healthy family life, Irion said. e-Cycle was founded on three principals: a love of technology, environmental protection, and charitable giving. Our e-Cycle for Juvenile Diabetes promotion touches all three of our passions and I hope businesses will join us in our cause.

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Stealth Electric Bikes USA to Donate a Custom-Built Stealth Fighter at Drive the Dream Gala 2012


Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) January 14, 2012

Drive the Dream is Child Helps annual fundraiser which includes both local and national celebrities as well as the Valleys most philanthropic individuals dedicated to improving the welfare of abused children.

The A Night of American Dreams themed fundraising event on Saturday, January 14th will feature entertainment by Michael Bolton and give awards to Nancy Grace and Kathie Lee Gifford.

The Stealth Electric Bikes USA donation of a custom-built Stealth Fighter at this event will support the programs and services of Childhelp.

The Fighter by Stealth Electric Bikes has a top speed of up to 30 mph in competition mode and offering distances of up to 37 miles on one charge. The Fighter standard suspension set up includes over 180mm front suspension and 200mm rear standard. The Fighter comes in at a weight of only 75lbs.

Due to consumer popularity and demand by new dealers, distribution is now available throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.

About Stealth Electric Bikes USA

Stealth Electric Bikes USA is based in Phoenix, AZ and can be found online at: http://stealthelectricbikesusa.com

About Childhelp

Childhelp is a non-profit organization whose mission is to meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. Childhelp is not affiliated with Child Protective Services, any governmental agency, political party, religious denomination, or any other entity, organization or institution. You can find out more about Childhelp at http://childhelp.org

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Sam Solakyan and Vital Imaging Donate $100,000.00 to Project Child Save

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 27, 2012

Vital Imaging, the leading provider of medical-legal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in the state of California, has donated $ 100,000.00 to support the non-profit organization Project Child Save, whose mission is the prevention of child abductions and kidnappings through education and public awareness. When these unfortunate crimes occur, Project Child Save utilizes an international network to locate the abducted children, retrieve them, and return them home to their loved ones.

In 2011, Sam Solakyan, CEO of Vital Imaging, happened to catch an episode of a program on the Discovery channel called Kidnap and Rescue. The show followed a group of people who were going on rescue missions to save children who had been kidnapped and sold into sexual slavery.

At first I couldnt believe what I was watching, it was so horrific that I thought this must be something thought up by Hollywood, said Sam. I immediately became so disturbed that I began researching the credentials of this organization to see if what they were doing was real or just very dramatic stories meant to scare an audience. The further he dug the more real it became.

Sam has been an advocate for various child protection agencies in the past and has been a generous philanthropist for childrens charities. Because of my ties to the community and my interest in child welfare issues, I had seen and heard a lot of disturbing things concerning the abuse of children, but nothing that shook me to the core the way this had. When I began researching Ty Ritter and his organization Project Child Save, who were the featured group on the show Kidnap and Rescue, I had to know if I could help in some way. Once I became aware of how real child trafficking was and how criminals were making huge money selling child pornography of the youngest kids being raped, my goal became eradicating this horrendous crime. I eagerly got in touch with Mr. Ritter. Following Sams initial donation of $ 20,000.00, Project Child Save documented 39 cases of children having been saved from daily rape, torture and murder.

When Ritters trained operatives, mostly retired law enforcement agents, veterans, navy seals and retired government agents go on a raid, they save every victim they can find, not just the target victim. Ritter explains that he has, no one on payroll. I have been fortunate to work with skilled volunteers who are passionate about ending this atrocity against children. These folks are eager to take the Project Child Save pledge, If necessary I am prepared to give all of my tomorrows for one childs today. These operatives are extremely dangerous; my team risks their lives to go on these missions.

When Sam realized what 20k could accomplish so quickly, he was eager to meet the board members and volunteers responsible for saving these children. According to Ty Ritter, After Sams contribution to our cause we were happy to share the news of our successful mission. We were truly overwhelmed when he donated another $ 100,000.00 to Project Child Saves rescue missions, we will accomplish so much with this, so many lives can be saved. These missions are costly. Airlines are not handing out free tickets, hotels arent putting our operatives up for free during our reconnaissance missions, the equipment we need to do our jobs efficiently is not cheap, and after we recover these stolen children there is so much more they need in order to be returned safely to their families or safe houses where they can be treated medically and psychologically for their injuries. Not everyone can go on these missions, its not for everyone, but if we had a donation from everyone who wishes to be part of the end of this crime against humanity, we could accomplish a lot. We appreciate that help so much, it is the reason we are able to go to the places we need to go to do this work. We will save so many with the money Sam has entrusted us with.

In a meeting in March of 2012, Sam committed himself long term to join the fight against child pornography and child sex trafficking stating, Human trafficking particularly child sex trafficking is second only to drug trafficking in terms of lucrative black market business. This is the most heinous, horrible crime I can imagine and I couldnt put a price tag on how important it is to end this once and for all. No amount of success in this lifetime is worth it when we live in a world where people sell, rape, torture, exploit and murder children. Can you imagine if it was one of your own?

The Vital family is proud to support Project Child Save and we urge everyone to please see what this organization is doing to save these innocent children kidnapped from our own backyards and to please contribute anything you can. We urge organizations large and small to do their own research and find out what they can do to get behind such a worthy cause. Donate your time, resources, facilities, moneyyoud be surprised what you can do to help. This is a crime against children of all ages and ethnic backgrounds all over the world. Project Child Save is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and all contributions are 100% tax deductible. 100% of your donations go to training and recovery missions, which save not only the target child but any child found on those missions. Some of these children are on the FBI missing persons lists. There are so many children left on those lists yet to be found, and Project Child Save is on a mission to find them. Please dig deep and help save these babies from this terror happening right now.

You can contribute by going to info(at)projectchildsave(dot)org and learn more by going to http://www.YouTube.com/ProjectChildSave. Ty has also written a book, My Body is My Own which is a comprehensive guide for parents to read to help protect their families from crimes against children. Purchasing this book contributes to this cause and it also helps you protect your own family.

About Project Child Save:

Project Child Save is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping prevent child abductions and kidnappings. When these heinous acts are perpetrated against children, Project Child Save finds these abducted innocents, retrieves them, and returns them to their loved ones. Every year thousands of children are taken from their homes and sold into sexual slavery; mostly teens or pre-teens, and few ever make it back to their families. The reason is simple – money. Slavery is a lucrative business, and the cost of rescuing abductees is beyond the means of most. Average families can’t afford these costs, so they remain helpless as their loss overshadows the rest of their lives.

To help, donate to Project Child Save. No child deserves to be taken from their family and left crying in the night.

About Vital Imaging:

Vital Imagings mission revolves around providing comprehensive and dynamic services that equally benefit both physicians and patients. Vital desires for accurate information to be quickly and efficiently delivered to providers, subscribers, claimants, personal injury applicants, injured workers, and their attorneys for insured and non-insured parties. Pursuing their commitment to staying ahead of the trends in MRI technology as well as the companys advanced administrative expertise, places Vital Imaging in high demand by physicians statewide.

For further Information and a detailed description of available locations please visit our website at: http://www.vitalimaging.com or Like us on Facebook.

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New Service for E-Biz to Donate 13% of Profits to Charity

(PRWEB) August 29, 2005

“I wanted my success to bring success to others. That’s why I’m doing this” states Cheryl Lester, President of CPS Networks.

She continues, “We’re going to donate $ 2 from every customers’ monthly bill directly to charities that help young entrepreneurs. I want every young person in Canada to have the tools and resources that I never had.”

The service, launching August 29th 2005, provides unlimited long distance calling anywhere in North America to the e-business crowd. It is the very first of its kind.

“Back when I first started online, I was calling 20-30 prospects every day. My phone bill was higher than my rent. I decided to change that.” states Lester.

The service, which costs customers a mild $ 47/month, is expected to be a big hit. 13% of all profits will go directly to charities like the YEA and CYBF of Canada, and all customers will have the option of donating more directly to those organizations.

“I have a lot of faith in this service, and a lot of faith in the people who help provide it. If I didn’t, I don’t think I could have made it this far.”

With more and more businesses flocking to the internet, and more and more startups making their website their top priority, CPS Networks is hoping to donate upwards of $ 150,000 of their profits within the next year.

“We want to set an example. Our business wouldn’t be successful without your business – and we want to make businesses grow.”

CPS Networks is launching their new service, referred to as CPS Guru Phone, August 29th 2005. For more information on this one of a kind phone service, visit http://www.cpsnetworks.com.

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PMG Research and Wilmington Health Donate Vaccines through the Greater Gift Initiative in Celebration of Announcement of Clinical Research Partnership


(PRWEB) October 16, 2013

PMG Research, Inc. and Wilmington Health announced the finalization of a Master Agreement that formalizes a five-year relationship between the two organizations. To commemorate the partnership, a vaccine honoring each of the 700 employees at Wilmington Health was donated through the Greater Gift Initiative, whose mission is to advance global health and highlight the greater good of clinical trial participation by gifting a vaccine to a child in honor of every clinical trial volunteer. Vaccines were selected as the gift of choice because they have contributed to the improvement of global health more than any other class of pharmaceuticals

We are pleased that Wilmington Health has made this commitment to clinical research, said Jennifer Byrne, CEO of PMG Research. In addition to the impact it will have on the lives of patients in the local community, the vaccine donation through Greater Gift Initiative also allows each employee at Wilmington Health to make a global impact. We are hopeful this encourages both the employees and their patients to more closely consider clinical research.

PMG Research partners with GGI at its ten sites in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee to donate one vaccine to one child every time one clinical trial participant makes the important decision to volunteer for a clinical trial. And while the emphasis of the vaccine donation at the sites has been on honoring clinical trial participants and improving global health, involvement in GGI is making an important difference inside its partner sites as well. The program reinforces the importance of the work being performed by dedicated researchers, physician investigators, coordinators, and staff. The act of giving instills a sense of pride that they are each making a difference by helping develop the treatments of tomorrow and advancing global health today, one child at a time. The vision for GGI is to add partners at all levels of the pharmaceutical and clinical trial industry to make the gift of one childhood vaccine for each volunteer the industry-wide standard and be a philanthropic connector by elevating a unified message to the clinical volunteer community that their participation is making a difference in the lives of others. To date, GGI has donated more than 22,500 vaccines in honor of clinical trial participants through its partnerships with clinical trial sites and site networks across the US. Vaccine donations are made through partnerships with The GAVI Alliance and Rotary Internationals End Polio Now Campaign.

Teza Technologies CEO, Misha Malyshev, and His Wife Oksana Malysheva Donate $150,000 to Build Schools in Africa and Central America


Chicago (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

Today buildOn announced that Misha Malyshev and his wife, Oksana Malysheva, have contributed $ 150,000 to build five schools in Mali, Malawi, and Nicaragua with international non-profit buildOn. The schools will provide more than 500 children in rural villages with a clean, safe place to learn. Additionally, through a partnership with each village, buildOn will ensure that at least half of the schools students are female.

Malyshev is the CEO of Teza, a Chicago-based science and technology-driven global quantitative trading firm. Regarding the commitment to buildOn, Malyshev said, Access to a quality education is vital toward ensuring a productive and meaningful life. My wife and I believe in buildOns mission and we are delighted to be able to continue our partnership with them.

Consistently ranked among the worlds 20 least developed countries on the United Nations Human Development Index, African countries Mali and Malawi have long been challenged by economic stagnation and a lack of access to education. In Nicaragua, the second poorest country in Latin America after Haiti, individuals living in rural villages have only two years of education on average. According to the Global Campaign for Education, no country has ever achieved continuous and rapid economic growth without first having at least 40 percent of its adults able to read and write.

In addition to their continued support of education in developing countries, the Malyshevs also support education efforts in Chicago through buildOns Afterschool Service Program. In December of 2012, the couple led Tezas support of buildOns Breaking the Cycle Campaign. Through a $ 100,000 matching gift grant from Teza, the campaign raised $ 235,000 to support buildOns Afterschool Service Programs in under-resourced Chicago Public Schools (CPS) high schools, and to build three schools in Malawi.

At buildOn, we believe that talent and intelligence are distributed equally to children across the planet. Unfortunately, opportunity is not, said Jim Ziolkowski, CEO and Founder of buildOn. Right now there are 57 million children without access to education. The Malyshevs and Tezas support allows us to ensure that all children have a chance to lead healthy, prosperous lives.

About Misha Malyshev

Misha is the CEO and founder of Teza, a Chicago-headquartered firm that utilizes technology and quantitative tools to trade in a broad range of asset classes and markets globally. Before founding Teza, he spent seven years at Citadel Investment Group, L.L.C. Misha has also conducted scientific research for Bell Labs and worked as a consultant with McKinsey & Company. He earned his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Princeton University in 1998 and graduated with an M.S. in Theoretical Physics and a B.S. in Physics and Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Learn more at http://www.teza.com.

About buildOn

At home or abroad, buildOns goal is to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education. In the U.S., buildOn empowers urban youth to transform their neighborhoods through intensive community service and to change the world by building schools in some of the economically poorest countries in the world. Internationally, buildOn is breaking ground on a new school every five days in Haiti, Nicaragua, Nepal, Senegal, Malawi, and Mali. Our students have contributed over 1 million hours of service in the U.S., and have helped build more than 500 schools around the world. For more information, visit http://www.buildon.org.