Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Stop Spectra-No Natural Gas Pipeline In NJ & NY

New Jersey Statewide and Regional Organizations And Neighborhood Organizations

Instead of replacing existing old; worn out natural gas distribution pipeline infrastructure under our streets, leading to homes etc with new ones, The US govt is thinking about wasting financial resources by letting Spectra Energy Corp. of Houston, build a new unrelated transmission pipeline!

We don't need any more natural gas pipeline traveling through NJ and NY just so spectra can make a fortune for themselves!

This spectra pipeline is another environmentally disastrous, money making scheme by big oil and gas! The pipeline is unnecessary and no one wants it running through their town. We have enough old, needing replacement, gas lines already. We do not need to build another one; using all kinds of tax breaks, tax payer funds etc, to make big oil even richer!
ie Bayway, NJ  Oil Refinery Port of New York and New Jersey

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County
Jersey City NJ, 07302
phone 201-333-4100 x129

Boys & Girls Clubs of Newark
500 Broad Street, 4th Floor
Newark, NJ 07102
phone 973-273-6400
fax 973-242-8629

The Educational Alliance Manhattan Boys & Girls Clubs
197 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002
phone 212-780-2300

Get involved at a nearby Boys & Girls Club! Contact a Club near you to check out the program offerings and activities they can participate in every day.Sign up to receive news from Boys & Girls Clubs of America. It is a wonderful way to stay connected and to learn more about how great futures are started at Clubs around the world.

Education & Career

Career Launch Start Out Smart Video

For All My Friends In Bayonne; I remember I used to walk past with my mother, when I was a little girl and all of you used to say hi to me. I also remember how they chased you out of town just because you were Gypsies. Then you came back and now you own the entire block. Good for you. Thank you for caring about me.

Thousands of European Gypsies (Roma)
in Europe, are suffering from malnutrition and hypothermia, existing in cardboard communities on landfills and urban ghetto holding pens they call home. They have no electricity, running water, education or medical care. Please help end their suffering and act NOW...

Please Send A Dollar
Or A Donation To
Righting the Roma Foundation
B-4810 Mary Street
Port Alberni BC
V9Y 7H2
phone 1-250-724-6438
e mail rightingtheroma@shaw.ca

Love, Peace And Justice

 Contact Elected Officials

[Constantly Updated] ♥Solidarity In Action♥ Also How To Promote Your Non-Profit Event

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Free Cell Phones For Low Income Individuals And Households

Thank A Vet For Your Freedom And Give Them A Hug Too

Let's Show Our Veterans That We Really Care About Them. Please Send A Donation To United Veterans Of America Helps Veterans And Their Families. All Donations Are Tax Deductible

National Coalition For Homeless Veterans

Call, e-mail, or mail U.S. state and federal elected officials and government agencies. Tell Them No Cuts In Veterans Or Active Military Benefits!
Contact Elected Officials

Wireless Service for low-income individuals and households. Assurance Wireless is a Lifeline Assistance program brought to you by Virgin Mobile and supported by The Federal Universal Service Fund. If you qualify for Lifeline Assistance, you can receive a FREE Assurance Wireless cell phone and 250 FREE monthly minutes.

To see if you qualify, choose your state in the drop-down menu
How to Qualify for Assurance Wireless, A Lifeline Assistance Program

Assurance Wireless phones are modern mobile phones with a wide range of standard features such as voicemail, call waiting and caller id. The basic plan is a free phone and 250 free minutes each month (unused minutes do not rollover into the next month). Call 1-888-898-4888 and an advisor will be happy to assist you in the application process. Assurance Wireless And CenturyLink: A low cost; ($9.95 a month), high-speed internet plan for those qualifying for Lifeline Assistance.

CenturyLink’s “Internet Basics” is for people who qualify for the Lifeline Affordable Telephone program, which uses the same qualification criteria as the free cell phone program does. If you qualify for one, you probably qualify for the other. In addition, CenturyLink’s special internet plan is also available to families that qualify for the federal school-lunch program.

You Qualify for Lifeline Assistance; a free cell phone and 250 free minutes a month, if you're participating in one of the following programs.

Food Stamps (EBT)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
Federal School Lunch Program (NSLP)

Program Frequently Asked Questions And Service and Support

Universal Service Fund-Guide link provided by, Kossack stonedoubt

Free 411Information Phone Number 1-800-373-3411 There's a short commercial, but it's free!

Sister Crow*s Native American Store is located in the heart of the White Mountains, come and join the native experience. 603-356-2444 Orders Taken Over The Phone, Anything ordered will be sent out the next day through UPS.

[Constantly Updated] Americans In Action ♥Solidarity♥ Also How To Promote Your Non-Profit Event

Just The Links Man ♥New And Even More Social Services Links For Civilians And Veterans♥

♥Veteran's And Civilian Social Service Links

The Learn To Be Fountain

Free Online Tutoring K-8
Frequently Asked Questions

How to Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Filing Federal Financial Aid Application Frequently Asked Questions


Editor's Note
Just a reminder. Kossack, Navajo is having a fundraiser in her diary, (Hidden America: Children of the Plains), in order to get the People of the Pine Ridge Native American Indian Reservation
fuel and heaters for the extremely cold and snowy winters of S. Dakota. 20/20 Special still available on google search. You said to share it, so I am♥♥

Also, Kossack, AndyT Is Asking People To Send Donations for the new food pantry on the Cheyenne River Native American Indian Reservation (Population Total-8,470 in 2000)
Okaciyap (We Help) Food Pantry Fri Oct 21, 2011 by Kossack, AndyT

Okiciyap website provided by Kossack, betson08 (Cold, Hungry and Sick: Winter in Indian Country)

Audio Recording and Transcript of Reverend, Dr. Martin Luther King's Nobel Lecture The Quest for Peace and Justice.

Solidarity; Peace, Love And Justice To Our Troops, Veterans, And Occupiers Everywhere ga*