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Should Cancer Decide Whether or Not You Have Children?

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In 2009 I was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer. I was told I would immediately need a radical hysterectomy and five weeks of radiation and four cycles of chemotherapy. While I was in the middle of complete shock, my oncologist advised I should think about preserving my eggs or embryos before surgery. If she hadn’t mentioned this, I doubt it would have crossed my mind. I was in survival mode at that time. She sent me to a fertility doctor right away.

Big Ideas Come From Growing Minds by Tinkering, Crafting and Learning at the SHAPE Maker Camp Live

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The first ever SHAPE, an AT&T Tech Expo, included some of the best mobile app developers, video content creators and tech professionals, as well as kids ages 7 to 17, who took part in Maker Camp Live.

The buzz around the first ever SHAPE, an AT&T Tech Expo, is still going strong. While some of the best mobile app developers, video content creators and tech professionals were there to take part in SHAPE’s immersive activities, some of the youngest attendees had the biggest takeaways.

Astellas Employees Assemble Nearly 2,000 Items for Multiple Southern Nevada Children’s Charities

Employees Also Raised $66,000 for Charity at the Company’s 2.5K “Spirit Run” Down the Las Vegas Strip
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LAS VEGAS – June 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Approximately 1,200 Astellas employees attending the international pharmaceutical company’s National Sales Forum in Las Vegas, Nev., recently took time out of their busy meeting schedule to volunteer their time to benefit four different charities in Southern Nevada.  The events kicked off Astellas’ annual day of service, Changing Tomorrow Day, where Astellas offic

20th Century Fox Partners with Save the Children for Emergency Preparedness PSA Campaign Featuring 'Ice Age' Movie Characters

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20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios have partnered with Save the Children for a new emergency preparedness PSA campaign featuring the beloved characters from the upcoming animated adventure Ice Age: Collision Course. The campaign encourages parents to create In Case of Emergency (ICE) cards for their children so that families can quickly reunite after an emergency. Ice Age: Collision Course will open in theaters everywhere July 22.

Sanofi Renews Commitment to Helping Children

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This post was authored by John Spinnato, Vice President, Sanofi North America CSR, and President, Sanofi Foundation for North America

Carnival Cruise Line Teams Up With Frisco RoughRiders to Sponsor Annual Kids Day Event for Local Youth

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June 13, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Cruise Line, Texas’ number one cruise operator, and the Frisco RoughRiders, the Double A affiliate of the Texas Rangers, hosted a special day of fun, food and baseball this weekend at Dr Pepper Ballpark for hundreds of children and their families across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The third annual “Carnival Kids Day” was part of the cruise line’s multi-year partnership with the RoughRiders.

Holland America Line Celebrates Grand Opening of Denali Square Complex in Alaska with $20,000 Donation to Local School District

United States Senator Lisa Murkowski among distinguished attendees
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Guests on Holland America Line’s award-winning Alaska Land+Sea Journeys can now experience new dining, entertainment and amenities at the Denali Square complex located in the heart of the company’s McKinley Chalet Resort at the gates of Denali National Park. To celebrate today’s grand opening, Holland America Line presented the Denali Borough School District with a $20,000 check that will be spent on modernizing interactive classroom technology.

Carnival Cruise Line Gets a Wiggle On for New Charity Partnership with The Children’s Hospital at Westmead

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June 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Cruise Line has announced a new charity partnership in Australia, with its guests set to start wiggling for joy as they donate money to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

Under the partnership, guests onboard every Carnival cruise sailing from Australia will be invited to take part in a special “Wiggle for Westmead” top deck dance party to raise funds for the hospital.

600 Volunteers, 1 Day and a Year of Holidays

By Tina Morefield, AT&T Director, Community Engagement
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AT&T joined Give Kids the World Village to host a volunteer day in Orlando. Nearly 600 people worked together to make it possible for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families to celebrate a year’s worth of holidays in a week. This event kicked off the annual Revolution dealer conference, hosted by DIRECTV — part of the AT&T family — for dealers, partners and employees.

How Sodexo is Making it Easier for Kids to Eat Healthy

By Steve Dunmore
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We know how important it is for kids to eat healthy. Parents and educators strive to ensure children have access to healthy options at home and at school — but what about in their communities?

Sodexo has partnered with the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) to make sure we have healthy choices in all the food service facilities we oversee, including community venues where families spend their leisure time, such as aquariums, museums and zoos.

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