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Doing Good For Our Neighborhood

Joining hands for humanity

We live in a world that, although it has borders, it is limitless. People can travel anywhere, see anything, experience every feeling that ever existed, but we are not satisfied. We yet try to impose borders on ourselves; we fight every day to be recognized as a people who belong to any community and to be accepted as part of society. We fought yesteryear, today and will do so tomorrow to pursue happiness at any cost.

We live in a world that, finally recognizes all religions and beliefs and in which any person can choose his/her religion. People can worship any god, can praise the energy of nature that inspire them without feeling threatened or scared. It is the first time in history when people are not blamed for their beliefs and we fought for this. It’s now time to start recognizing the individual persons in a society of people. The joining of hands is a symbol of peace and unity, it’s a sign of coming friendship and love Often times, holidays such as Christmas hit needy families the hardest. When you as a parent can’t even afford the simple luxury of putting toys under the Christmas tree for you child, this can be so discouraging. Thankfully, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve has set up the Toys for Tots Program so kids of financially challenged families don’t have to go without during the holidays. The Corps generally starts collecting unwrapped gifts in October and continues to do so right up until Christmas. On top of the toys collected, the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation has helped supplement the supply through fundraising. Since its inception in 1991, they have put an extra 64.5 million toys into the mix.

As time affects our lives in various ways, one thing is for sure, our past is ever expanding, our future ever decreasing, and the present is constantly reaching into our future and rapidly making it our history.

There are other less known organization such as the Sons of Thunder Community Outreach who have joined the cause to help relieve the depression of human suffering and neglect. The Sons of Thunder has thrust a forward movement to help educate, empower, mentor, feed, cloth and bring a happier smile on the faces of under deprived people in their community.

About Author

Sonny May
donorHello, I’m Thunderman, also known as Sonny May on my other websites and blogs. I grew up in Warren, Ohio and graduated from Warren Western Reserve. After graduating, I continued my education at McGraw Hill Institute of Technology in the field of Photography and Videography. I became a self-taught computer technician after falling in love with computers while helping my eldest daughter with her elementary school assignment. I currently serve as a community leader and hold the office title of CEO of a Nonprofit Organization, and sit as a Board Member on two other 501 (3) (c) nonprofit organizations.


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