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Kim Doyle Wille

Joined: Oct 28, 2021

Hometown: Carbondale, Colorado

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Volunteerism Matters!

Everywhere I look, organizations and causes need volunteers. Choose anything that stirs your soul/passion(s)! Schools need help as do food banks, homeless shelters, art programs, mentoring programs, environmental, music, sports, libraries, child care, community garden, history, domestic violence, video/photography, civic;...

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Please Help the TierV Unemployed 99ers!

The plight of the TierV Unemployed 99ers is of grave concern to me. (99ers are people who have been unemployed for more than 99 weeks and are no longer eligible for Unemployment Insurance benefits). Talk about being voiceless! After unemployment benefits run out, the government no longer tracks this particular group,...

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Bullying Is An Issue We Must ALL Address!

Bullying is on the rise in America and is creating fear, hatred, emotional issues and most importantly, suicides of our youth. Our children/youth need our guidance, support

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Children Suffering Hunger NEED Your Help! Please Urge Congress to Pass the Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill

The Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill,, needs to be passed by November 30, 2010, when the current bill runs out. It is vital to school lunch programs, back pack programs and a variety of nutritional programs, that we urge Congress to pass a ROBUST bill and to not rob the SNAP, (formerly known as...

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Building Awareness of Hunger, Homelessness & Poverty Through Social Media

With 49,000,000 people in the U.S., 17,000,000 of them children, suffering "food insecurity", 3 million homeless and record breaking 42.3 million in poverty, we need all hands on deck! Social media has the power to bring about great change and inspiration. When we take the SIMPLE action of posting in Twitter, Facebook

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