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My sister-in-law, the mad daylily collector, was among 2000 who rocked our local Run for the Cure this past weekend, to help to raise funds for breast cancer research. She's one good reason why DomestikGoddess.com goes Pink for October -- well, even more pink than usual. She also comes from a long line of photographers… [read more]

I've just been introduced to an interesting little company called Five Humans. Besides having a great name going for them, they've got a great mission statement, the "self appointed task of curing ignorance through hip, fashionable clothing. Basically, Five Humans creates high-quality t-shirts that help you to raise awareness for a cause that's important to… [read more]

DJ reminds me that one of his all-time favourite T-shirt dealers is teaming up with the Dewey Donation System -- "Helping Books Find Libraries Since 2003" -- to help buy some much-needed books for public libraries. He's Dewey! He's a decimal! He's got book hair! Here's the deal: Buy a fine jersey Dewey shirt from… [read more]

Do you know an adventurous teen who wants to do good in the world – and is keen to travel, to do that good work hands-on? The UNA-USA HERO campaign is looking for 20 Youth Ambassadors (ages 16-19) from across Canada and the United States. Through the HERO Youth Ambassador program, teens travel to southern… [read more]

If you're at all into the game of Bunco, here's a little something: Proctor & Gamble's Prilosec OTC has teamed up with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation® to raise money for breast cancer through a Charity Challenge. Players can register online at Buncocentral.com and the group that raises the most cash will win a trip… [read more]

In this season of boots and giving, some intnernational celebrities have climbed on board with Art & Sole, UGG Australia's annual auction in support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. It's fascinating to see actors and musicians explore their visual-artistic sides... even more so when the canvas on which they're painting a message of hope… [read more]