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681 611 677 678.............mirrors............136 166 122 123

481 411 477 478...................................936 966 922 923

381 311 377 378...................................836 866 822 823

281 211 277 278...................................736 766 722 723

va this week

Please do not post your own numbers. Thanks!

We welcome your posts about your wins with the numbers already provided.

http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/228824/1985670 

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    Posted: March 21, 2011, 10:10 pm - IP Logged

    Each of the following eight billionaire wealth profiles

    create value and leverage in unique combinations:


    CREATOR – creates wealth from products
    Examples include Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Walt Disney


    STAR – creates wealth from personal brand
    Examples include Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Michael Schumacher


    SUPPORTER – creates wealth through leadership
    Examples include Jack Welch, Steve Balmer, Steve Case


    DEAL MAKER – creates wealth through deals
    Examples include Donald Trump, Rupert Murdoch, Li Ka-Shing


    TRADER – creates wealth through trading
    Examples include George Soros, Kirk Kerkorian


    ACCUMULATOR – creates wealth from appreciation
    Examples include Warren Buffet, Paul Allen


    THE LORD – creates wealth from cashflows
    Examples include John D Rockefeller, John Paul Getty


    THE MECHANIC – creates wealth with systems
    Examples include Sam Walton, Ray Kroc, Jeff Bezos

    from ~ Roger Hamilton

     

    $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

    Every billionaire has a team of millionaires surrounding him or her.

    Sometimes a team will have several billionaires as well.

    Big success is always a team effort!

    Good Luck with your lottery plays!

    The Good Luck Team  ....  Lep  Lep  Lep  Lep  Lep  Lep  Lep  Lep 

     

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      Lakshmi Narayan Mittal, born June 15, 1950, in Sadulpur, Rajasthan, India, is an Indian steel magnate. He is the chairman and chief executive officer of ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaking company.

      Mittal is the second richest man in Europe and is presently the sixth richest in the world with a personal wealth of  US$31.1 billion or £23.8 billion He is the 44th most powerful person of the 68 most powerful people in the world. One out of 5 cars in the world is made up of the steel materials of his steel empire. His daughter Vanisha Mittal's marriage was the most expensive in the recorded history of the world.

      He is an independent director of Goldman Sachs, member of the Board of Directors of  European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company, World Steel Association, Foreign Investment Council in Kazakhstan, the International Investment Council in South Africa, the Investors' Council to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the World Economic Forum’s International Business Council, the World Steel Association's Executive Committee, the Presidential International Advisory Board of Mozambique and the International Iron and Steel Institute’s Executive Committee.

      He also presently serves as a board council member of the Prime Minister of India's Global Advisory Council of Overseas Indians. and members in the Advisory Board of the Kellogg School of Management, Executive Board at Indian School of Business and St. Xavier's College, Calcutta Alumni Association, London Chapter.

      In 2006, Financial Times named him "Person of the Year". In 2007, Time magazine included him in their "100 most influential persons in the world".

      Lakshmi Mittal 

      Lakshmi Mittal

      $31.1 Billion

      • Age: 60
      • Title: Chairman
      • Organization: ArcelorMittal ADS
      • Source: Steel, inherited and growing
      • Residence: London, United Kingdom
      • Country of citizenship: India
      • Education: BA/BS, St Xavier's College Calcutta
      • Marital Status: Married
      • Children: 2

      Lakshmi Mittal   (Wealth Numbers)

       

      From Empress-N:

       

      Pick 3

      213-492-184-101-121-849-218-134-333-615-636

      369-913-915

       

      Pick 4

      1212-3121-4922-3122-8822-2810-8128-1123-1948

      4913-3101-1950-1331-3219-1715-5191-2911

       

      Pick 5

      28101-10101-49134-81213-92148-44134-61550-91331

      21911-22991-51917-91231

       

      Jackpot Numbers & Pairs

      01-02-03-04-06-09-10-11-13-15-19-21-28-29-36-49-50

       

      ~~~

       

      From Harve$t Moon:

       

      Pick 3

      119,  193,  222,  217,  149,  493,  165,   652,  521 

      216,  241,  224,  145,  615,  511,  519,   950,  114 

       

      Pick 4

      1193,  1652,  1451,  6151,  1519,  5195,  1950

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        Lawrence Joseph "Larry" Ellison; born August 17, 1944, Bronx, New York, USA, is an American business magnate, co-founder and chief executive officer of Oracle Corporation, a major enterprise software company. As of 2011 he is the fifth richest person in the world, with a personal wealth of $39.5 billion.

        Larry Ellison

        Larry Ellison

        $39.5 Billion

        A wikipedia search on Larry Ellison may prove to be an interesting read!

        • Age: 66
        • Source: Oracle, self-made
        • Residence: Woodside, CA
        • Country of citizenship: United States
        • Education: Dropout, University of Chicago; Dropout, University of Illinois at Urbana
        • Marital Status: Divorced
        • Children: 2

        Larry Ellison  (Wealth Numbers)

         

        From Empress-N:

         

        Pick 3

        323-286-325-533-339-101-281-280-369-391-165

        681-418-145-161-578-817-437-315-955-535-227

        721-597-817

         

        Pick 4

        2233-9533-5169-2810-2882-1875-6633-1615

        5535-3159-8641-5109-1843-1944-5197-9257

         

        Pick 5

        59553-33668-51718-81944-72219-95721

         

        Jackpot Numbers & Pairs

        01-05-07-09-10-14-21-22-28-32-36-43-68

         

        ~~~ 

         

        From Harve$t Moon:

         

        Pick 3

        935,  240,  241,  115,  152,  211,  528

        184,  467,  149,  817,  171,  719,  194,  944

         

        Pick 4

        1152,  8171,  1719,  7194,  1944

        I hope that you did a wikipedia search on Larry Ellison.  Do you to see how he

        compensates himself?  He knows his worth, pays himself and laughs all the way

        to the bank! Green laugh  Larry truly knows what the flow of money feels like! LOL

        $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

        Compen$ation

        In 2005, Oracle paid Ellison a $975,000 salary, a $6,500,000 bonus, and other compensation of $955,100. In 2007, Ellison earned a total compensation of $61,180,524, which included a base salary of $1,000,000, a cash bonus of $8,369,000, and options granted of $50,087,100. In 2008, he earned a total compensation of $84,598,700, which included a base salary of $1,000,000, a cash bonus of $10,779,000, no stocks granted, and options granted of $71,372,700. In the year ending May 31, 2009 he made $56.8 million.

        For a short period in 2000, Ellison was the richest man in the world.

        In 2006, Forbes ranked Ellison as the richest Californian.

        On July 2, 2009, for the fourth year in a row, Oracle's Board awarded Ellison another 7 million stock options.

        On August 22, 2009, it was reported that Ellison would be paid only $1 for his base salary for the fiscal year of 2010, down from the $1,000,000 he was paid in fiscal 2009.

        On July 27, 2010, The Wall Street Journal reported that Ellison was the best-paid executive in the last decade, collecting a total compensation of US $1.84 billion.

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          Charitie$ and Foundation$

          Charities and Foundations are usually created solely on one’s passion to help others or a life experience that has inspired them to provide aid to others in the same situation. With an outpouring of individuals wanting to start charitable organizations that can make the world a better place, it is important to do your research. Starting a nonprofit organization can be both fulfilling and exciting, but it also requires an extreme amount of focus and planning. Even though you are not starting this foundation for monetary purposes, it is still necessary to equip yourself with a support system that will start you on the road to success.

          Using tax-deductible bequests, trusts or other charitable giving options, you can reduce taxes while channeling funds to your favorite nonprofit organization.


          Below are a few of the Top Rated Charities available to everyone!


          Abortion & Family Planning -Provides preventive health care to women.Every woman should have access to the full range of reproductive health care

          African-American - Seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans.

          Aids - Generates awareness of the need for better treatment and prevention methods, and publishes educational materials on important AIDS-related research, treatment, prevention, policy issues, and frequently provides media commentary on research developments and other aspects of the epidemic.

          American Indian Assist American Indian students to graduate high school and pursue a post-secondary education. The high school graduation rate for American Indian students is one of the lowest in the nation.

          Animal & Animal Protection – Strives to alleviate suffering inflicted on animals by humans.

          Asia & Asian American - Supports Asian initiatives that enhance economic governance aimed at accelerating and sustaining broad-based economic growth.

          Blind & Visually Impaired – Provides science-based research projects that seek to put an end to unnecessary vision loss and blindness.

          Cancer - supports various events and programs designed to get people talking about the positive power of cancer prevention, risk reduction and early detection, symptoms and treatment.

          Child Protection - Serves as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. It provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children, including child victims as well as other professionals.

          Child Sponsorship - Protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence in all regions of the world.

          Civil rights & Advocacy - Dedicated to advancing and protecting the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

          Consumer Protection And legal Aid - Serves as the people’s voice in the nation’s capital. They are the countervailing force to corporate power. They fight on behalf of all Americans – to make sure your government works for you

          Crime Prevention. - Services provided includes individual and group counseling, which serve as safe spaces in which participants can learn and practice the values and skills needed to maintain crime-free lives

          Disabled - Provides a comprehensive, national source of information for people living with disability and their caregivers to promote health, foster involvement in the community and improve quality of life.

          Drug & Alcohol Abuse - Provides education programs and research based tools and information to help educate about the dangers of substance abuse. Provides a better understanding of teen and young adult alcohol and drug abuse, dependence and addiction.

           

          Till Next Time!!!!

          Best of Luck with your Lottery Play’s !!!!

          $1 Billion

          Touch The Money For Luck!!!

           "Claim It! Believe It! Receive It!"

          I am who I am,   Not because of who I am,   But because the Great I AM,   Made me who I am.

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              Charitie$ and Foundation$

              Charities and Foundations are usually created solely on one’s passion to help others or a life experience that has inspired them to provide aid to others in the same situation. With an outpouring of individuals wanting to start charitable organizations that can make the world a better place, it is important to do your research. Starting a nonprofit organization can be both fulfilling and exciting, but it also requires an extreme amount of focus and planning. Even though you are not starting this foundation for monetary purposes, it is still necessary to equip yourself with a support system that will start you on the road to success.

              Using tax-deductible bequests, trusts or other charitable giving options, you can reduce taxes while channeling funds to your favorite nonprofit organization.


              Below are a few of the Top Rated Charities available to everyone!


              Abortion & Family Planning -Provides preventive health care to women.Every woman should have access to the full range of reproductive health care

              African-American - Seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans.

              Aids - Generates awareness of the need for better treatment and prevention methods, and publishes educational materials on important AIDS-related research, treatment, prevention, policy issues, and frequently provides media commentary on research developments and other aspects of the epidemic.

              American Indian Assist American Indian students to graduate high school and pursue a post-secondary education. The high school graduation rate for American Indian students is one of the lowest in the nation.

              Animal & Animal Protection – Strives to alleviate suffering inflicted on animals by humans.

              Asia & Asian American - Supports Asian initiatives that enhance economic governance aimed at accelerating and sustaining broad-based economic growth.

              Blind & Visually Impaired – Provides science-based research projects that seek to put an end to unnecessary vision loss and blindness.

              Cancer - supports various events and programs designed to get people talking about the positive power of cancer prevention, risk reduction and early detection, symptoms and treatment.

              Child Protection - Serves as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. It provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children, including child victims as well as other professionals.

              Child Sponsorship - Protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence in all regions of the world.

              Civil rights & Advocacy - Dedicated to advancing and protecting the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

              Consumer Protection And legal Aid - Serves as the people’s voice in the nation’s capital. They are the countervailing force to corporate power. They fight on behalf of all Americans – to make sure your government works for you

              Crime Prevention. - Services provided includes individual and group counseling, which serve as safe spaces in which participants can learn and practice the values and skills needed to maintain crime-free lives

              Disabled - Provides a comprehensive, national source of information for people living with disability and their caregivers to promote health, foster involvement in the community and improve quality of life.

              Drug & Alcohol Abuse - Provides education programs and research based tools and information to help educate about the dangers of substance abuse. Provides a better understanding of teen and young adult alcohol and drug abuse, dependence and addiction.

               

              Till Next Time!!!!

              Best of Luck with your Lottery Play’s !!!!

              Thanks, Empress-N!!! Sun Smiley

               

              Charitie$  629  108  837

              Foundation$    138  141  955  1655

              Bequests   1192   1092   108  101

              Trusts  1500  117  112

              Abortion & Family Planning   603  703  101  855  153  148  355

              African-American   864   116  149  375

              Aids   215  315

              American Indian   327  115  128  335

              Animal & Animal Protection  132   1112  1320  185  204   

              Asia & Asian American  464  108  572  122  132

              Blind & Visually Impaired   916  102  627  158

              Cancer  162

              Child Protection  171  198  1243

              Child Sponsorship  204  226  1423

              Civil Rights & Advocacy  136  133  880

              Consumer Protection and Legal Aid  243  259  1756

              Crime Prevention  186  188  934

              Disabled   356

              Drug & Alcohol Abuse  164  144  627

               

              Good Luck with your lottery plays! Lep

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                This is a great thread, keep up the good work. encouragement and helping others to reach for the stars, and go beyond ...AWESOME

                THERES A GREAT BIG WORLD OUT THERE, JUST WAITING FOR SOMEONE WHO WANTS A PIECE OF IT. Sun Smiley

                Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                For a lead role in a cage?

                 

                                                            From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

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                  I I Agree!would love to be a member !! Please sign me up!!Smile Very good thread!!

                  I Like It…I Like It®Sun Smileylotto lynn       

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                    Charitie$ and Foundation$ Cont:

                    The Law Of Giving

                    It feels good to help an organization close to your heart. Few things in life are more satisfying or enduring. Charitable giving carries on your values by supporting causes that reflect your passions and priorities.

                    Giving back is a way of life. The desire to give back is part of the human experience. It shapes our family life. It inspires our work and our community. When acted upon, it makes a profound impact on the lives of those we care about and provides an opportunity to leave a personal legacy.

                    When you leave a legacy through charitable giving - using tools like wills, appreciated securities, insurance policies and IRAs - you give wings to your lifelong dreams. You empower the hopes of future generations. In ways large and small, you truly change the world.

                    I invite you to choose a charity, play those numbers. AND when you win, donate a portion of your wins to a good charity of your choice. Get a receipts or statements for your donations and gifts to use for your tax deductions and watch your money return to you multiplied, when you give to others.

                     

                    Business and Personal Mentorships - Mentoring means taking a personal interest in seeing that a mentee develops the talent and knowledge needed to succeed, to have a successful career and contribute as much as possible to the company and society. Mentoring differs from coaching and advising in its emphasis on developing a personal relationship and advancing the career of the mentee. It's not just giving advice on how to work more effectively or handle a specific problem.

                     

                    Disaster Relief - Receives, processes, and distributes clothing, bedding, and food products. in major disasters, the agencys brings in mobile distribution units filled with bedding and packaged clothing that is pre-sorted according to size, age, and gender. and also provides emergency food and counseling and participates in the cooperative disaster child care program, stress management, community and social services, long-term development assistance and sustainable economic programs to help disaster-affected people.

                    Environment – Follows a practical approach that unites citizens, businesses and government to find solutions that advance our core issues of preventing litter, Reducing waste and beautifying communities.

                    Gobal Women’s Issues - Plays a leading role in advancing women’s rights by making grants that support and strengthen women’s groups around the world. Mobilize and redistribute resources that enable women to develop creative solutions to local, regional, and transnational challenges. Brings grantees and donors together in an international network that promotes women’s action for social change, equality, peace, and justice worldwide.

                    Gun Control (Pro/Con) - Ensures the availability of quality training and educational opportunities nationwide. Contributions benefit programs such as youth education, law enforcement training, hunter education, conservation, firearms and marksmanship training and safety, allow shooting sports-related programs to develop, expand, and enhance their educational curricula to deliver valuable services to millions of Americans. and much more.

                    Health – General - Provides information on care, treatment, preventing complications, eating basics, medications, exercise, vitamins/minerals, nutrition and its impact on the role of metabolism in diabetes, obesity, cancer, exercise physiology, and lifespan, thereby increasing the understanding of how nutrients affect health. and natural ways to manage your health through research, education and outreach.

                    Helping Injured Military Service People - Supports a wide variety of programs and services for our military, veterans, and their families and loved ones.  Together, these organizations are making a significant impact on military lives. Ensures that no financially-stressed wounded warrior or their adversely affected family member(s) is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, counseling, diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation for lack of a means of long-distance medical air transportation.  The Foundation’s award assists them in furthering their commitment to the ongoing healing process of our veterans, by helping them fund free air transportation for activities for wounded warriors that aid in their healing process.   

                    Hispanic -The Hispanic higher education fund works to address the barriers that keep many Latinos from earning a college degree. In addition to scholarship opportunities for deserving Latino students, it offers a broad range of outreach and educational programming to help students and their families navigate through the rigors of college life.

                    Homelessness & Housing/ Shelters -Analyzes policy and develops pragmatic, cost-effective policy solutions that works collaboratively with the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to build state and local capacity, leading to stronger programs and policies that help communities achieve their goal of ending homelessness. Develope and implement humane, cost-effective strategies to end mass homelessness. Programs represent solutions that can dramatically reduce the homeless population and prevent homelessness among those most at risk. Dedicated to the principle that affordable housing, sufficient food, and the chance to work for a living wage are fundamental rights in a civilized society. They work through litigation, public education, and direct services to ensure that these goals are realized.

                    Hospices -To improve access to quality hospice care through public education, professional training, and advocacy on behalf of consumers. Supports programs that serve the needs of terminally ill and grieving individuals of all ages. The Foundations advances hospice concepts by Training school professionals who work with grieving students. Educating employers and managers about the needs of grieving employees. Create tools to help hospices reach out to their communities. Promotes improved hospice benefits in managed care organizations and Initiating research on consumer needs and preferences in end-of-life care

                    Housing Networks – Provide a forum for communication and resource-sharing among non-profit housing developers and others who support their goals; Identify resources and create delivery systems to build the organizational and technical capacity of nonprofits; Promote policies and programs that facilitate the development and preservation of affordable housing by non-profits; and Increase public awareness of non-profit housing corporations as important tools in addressing housing and community economic development needs.

                    Human Rights - Builds respect for human rights and the rule of law to help ensure the dignity to which everyone is entitled and to stem intolerance, tyranny, and violence. Promote actions to resolve conflicts and protect people at risk; demand accountability for perpetrators of abuses, as well as those who enable them. Work to combat hate crimes—violence driven by antisemitic, anti-Muslim, anti-gay, and other forms of bias. document trends to show the governments how they can put the proper tools in place to take a firm stance against hate crime.

                    Human Services - Aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. The American Red Cross offers compassionate services in five other areas: community services that help the needy; support and comfort for military members and their families; the collection, processing and distribution of lifesaving blood and blood products; educational programs that promote health and safety; and international relief and development programs.

                    Realizing the future of a society is never brighter than the present for its children, The Salvation Army places a great emphasis on families and offers a wide array of children’s services such as quality daycare, tutoring, basketball leagues and summer camps. There are character building programs that help kids get off to the right start in life and develop attitudes and skills which can lead to success. In many cities there also are specialized programs to aid children in crisis.

                    Hunger/Food Cupboards - humanitarian organizations committed to ending world hunger. Fights against malnutrition, saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solution to hunger, emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, runs life-saving programs benefiting five million people each year. Carry’s out innovative, life-saving programs in nutrition, food security & livelihoods, and water, sanitation, & hygiene. Committed to principled humanitarian action, restores dignity, self-sufficiency, and independence to vulnerable populations around the world.

                    Till next time, Best of Luck with your Lottery Plays!!!!!!

                    $1 Billion

                    Touch The Money For Luck!!!

                     "Claim It! Believe It! Receive It!"

                    I am who I am,   Not because of who I am,   But because the Great I AM,   Made me who I am.

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                      Posted: March 30, 2011, 5:36 pm - IP Logged

                      Charitie$ and Foundation$ Cont:

                      The Law Of Giving

                      It feels good to help an organization close to your heart. Few things in life are more satisfying or enduring. Charitable giving carries on your values by supporting causes that reflect your passions and priorities.

                      Giving back is a way of life. The desire to give back is part of the human experience. It shapes our family life. It inspires our work and our community. When acted upon, it makes a profound impact on the lives of those we care about and provides an opportunity to leave a personal legacy.

                      When you leave a legacy through charitable giving - using tools like wills, appreciated securities, insurance policies and IRAs - you give wings to your lifelong dreams. You empower the hopes of future generations. In ways large and small, you truly change the world.

                      I invite you to choose a charity, play those numbers. AND when you win, donate a portion of your wins to a good charity of your choice. Get a receipts or statements for your donations and gifts to use for your tax deductions and watch your money return to you multiplied, when you give to others.

                       

                      Business and Personal Mentorships - Mentoring means taking a personal interest in seeing that a mentee develops the talent and knowledge needed to succeed, to have a successful career and contribute as much as possible to the company and society. Mentoring differs from coaching and advising in its emphasis on developing a personal relationship and advancing the career of the mentee. It's not just giving advice on how to work more effectively or handle a specific problem.

                       

                      Disaster Relief - Receives, processes, and distributes clothing, bedding, and food products. in major disasters, the agencys brings in mobile distribution units filled with bedding and packaged clothing that is pre-sorted according to size, age, and gender. and also provides emergency food and counseling and participates in the cooperative disaster child care program, stress management, community and social services, long-term development assistance and sustainable economic programs to help disaster-affected people.

                      Environment – Follows a practical approach that unites citizens, businesses and government to find solutions that advance our core issues of preventing litter, Reducing waste and beautifying communities.

                      Gobal Women’s Issues - Plays a leading role in advancing women’s rights by making grants that support and strengthen women’s groups around the world. Mobilize and redistribute resources that enable women to develop creative solutions to local, regional, and transnational challenges. Brings grantees and donors together in an international network that promotes women’s action for social change, equality, peace, and justice worldwide.

                      Gun Control (Pro/Con) - Ensures the availability of quality training and educational opportunities nationwide. Contributions benefit programs such as youth education, law enforcement training, hunter education, conservation, firearms and marksmanship training and safety, allow shooting sports-related programs to develop, expand, and enhance their educational curricula to deliver valuable services to millions of Americans. and much more.

                      Health – General - Provides information on care, treatment, preventing complications, eating basics, medications, exercise, vitamins/minerals, nutrition and its impact on the role of metabolism in diabetes, obesity, cancer, exercise physiology, and lifespan, thereby increasing the understanding of how nutrients affect health. and natural ways to manage your health through research, education and outreach.

                      Helping Injured Military Service People - Supports a wide variety of programs and services for our military, veterans, and their families and loved ones.  Together, these organizations are making a significant impact on military lives. Ensures that no financially-stressed wounded warrior or their adversely affected family member(s) is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, counseling, diagnosis, treatment, or rehabilitation for lack of a means of long-distance medical air transportation.  The Foundation’s award assists them in furthering their commitment to the ongoing healing process of our veterans, by helping them fund free air transportation for activities for wounded warriors that aid in their healing process.   

                      Hispanic -The Hispanic higher education fund works to address the barriers that keep many Latinos from earning a college degree. In addition to scholarship opportunities for deserving Latino students, it offers a broad range of outreach and educational programming to help students and their families navigate through the rigors of college life.

                      Homelessness & Housing/ Shelters -Analyzes policy and develops pragmatic, cost-effective policy solutions that works collaboratively with the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to build state and local capacity, leading to stronger programs and policies that help communities achieve their goal of ending homelessness. Develope and implement humane, cost-effective strategies to end mass homelessness. Programs represent solutions that can dramatically reduce the homeless population and prevent homelessness among those most at risk. Dedicated to the principle that affordable housing, sufficient food, and the chance to work for a living wage are fundamental rights in a civilized society. They work through litigation, public education, and direct services to ensure that these goals are realized.

                      Hospices -To improve access to quality hospice care through public education, professional training, and advocacy on behalf of consumers. Supports programs that serve the needs of terminally ill and grieving individuals of all ages. The Foundations advances hospice concepts by Training school professionals who work with grieving students. Educating employers and managers about the needs of grieving employees. Create tools to help hospices reach out to their communities. Promotes improved hospice benefits in managed care organizations and Initiating research on consumer needs and preferences in end-of-life care

                      Housing Networks – Provide a forum for communication and resource-sharing among non-profit housing developers and others who support their goals; Identify resources and create delivery systems to build the organizational and technical capacity of nonprofits; Promote policies and programs that facilitate the development and preservation of affordable housing by non-profits; and Increase public awareness of non-profit housing corporations as important tools in addressing housing and community economic development needs.

                      Human Rights - Builds respect for human rights and the rule of law to help ensure the dignity to which everyone is entitled and to stem intolerance, tyranny, and violence. Promote actions to resolve conflicts and protect people at risk; demand accountability for perpetrators of abuses, as well as those who enable them. Work to combat hate crimes—violence driven by antisemitic, anti-Muslim, anti-gay, and other forms of bias. document trends to show the governments how they can put the proper tools in place to take a firm stance against hate crime.

                      Human Services - Aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. The American Red Cross offers compassionate services in five other areas: community services that help the needy; support and comfort for military members and their families; the collection, processing and distribution of lifesaving blood and blood products; educational programs that promote health and safety; and international relief and development programs.

                      Realizing the future of a society is never brighter than the present for its children, The Salvation Army places a great emphasis on families and offers a wide array of children’s services such as quality daycare, tutoring, basketball leagues and summer camps. There are character building programs that help kids get off to the right start in life and develop attitudes and skills which can lead to success. In many cities there also are specialized programs to aid children in crisis.

                      Hunger/Food Cupboards - humanitarian organizations committed to ending world hunger. Fights against malnutrition, saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solution to hunger, emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, runs life-saving programs benefiting five million people each year. Carry’s out innovative, life-saving programs in nutrition, food security & livelihoods, and water, sanitation, & hygiene. Committed to principled humanitarian action, restores dignity, self-sufficiency, and independence to vulnerable populations around the world.

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                      Charitie$ and Foundation$ Cont:

                       

                      The Law Of Giving   692   158   133   596

                       

                      Wills  276  370

                      Appreciated Securities  100   226  244  182  822   218   179  796   961   617

                      Insurance Policies   121   111   192   204   102   027  271  710 

                      IRAs   311   411

                      Business & Personal Mentorships  147  478  781  814  156  167  136  363  133

                      Disaster Relief  150  173  145  155  

                      Environment   670  149  139  786

                      Gobal Women’s Issues  148   486   861  614   482   821   214   218   193 

                      Gun Control (Pro/Con)  107   073   731  139   134   776   310 

                      Health – General    232   116   646

                      Helping Injured Military Service People  280   806   061   618   193  409  132  134  386   164   645  451  516 

                      Hispanic   359   462

                      Homelessness Housing / Shelters   998  153  162  141  131  314  199  192 

                      Hospices   568   776   109 

                      Housing Networks   218   193   138   386   862   613   148   487   871   714 

                      Human Rights   138   920  126   112  120  201 

                      Human Services  100   009   901   157  141  828 

                      Hunger / Food Cupboards   151  139  704  561  166

                       

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                        Safety Tips for Donating Online:

                        Once you are satisfied that the charity is worthwhile, give generously if you can. There are many good charities that need your help to operate valuable programs and provide needed services. When you give wisely, you will be giving more effectively.

                        Know your charity. On-line or off-line never give to a charity that you know nothing about. Look for a mission statement, a clear description of program accomplishments and a list of the board of directors. Do not assume a web address with a ".org" rather than a ".com" ending is a non-profit organization. Anyone can purchase a ".org" web address. To determine if a group has tax-exempt status, go to the IRS web site.

                        Obtain contact information. Make sure that you have the option to contact the charity on-line through a working email address and off-line through a phone number and a mailing address.

                        Give safely. Only donate on charity sites that utilize encryption technology to scramble your personal and credit card information, before it is transmitted on the Internet. You can tell if the form that asks for your personal and credit card information is secure by seeing if there is an "s" after the "http" (e.g. "https") that precedes the Internet address or URL in the browser window on the top of the web page.

                        Give directly. Why hand over a chunk of your contribution to a third party web site when you can give directly through a charity's own site? A wonderful aspect of the Internet is its ability to conveniently locate charities through search engines.

                        Protect your privacy. Look for a privacy policy and read it. If you don't, you may learn too late that the privacy policy does not safeguard your privacy. Before disclosing personal information, especially your credit card number, find out how the site plans to use your information and if it plans to sell it or exchange it.

                        Keep paper records. Print a copy of your final confirmation screen or an email confirmation of your donation. If you do not receive a confirmation notice, immediately notify the charity to see if it received your contribution. It is a good idea to hold on to a hard copy receipt in case your computer crashes at tax time.

                        Don't respond to spam solicitations. Spam is the junk mail of the on-line world. It is worse because it costs nearly nothing to send and can be very difficult to identify where it is coming from. Spam solicitations may contain links to web sites of scammers that look like those of legitimate charities. Do not forward to friends chain email solicitations. These chain letters may contain old or unreliable information. Also do not believe an email that promises a donation will be made to a charity every time it is passed on. Be wary of email from unfamiliar sources that asks you to reply if you do not want to receive their email. They may be trying to see if your email address is active so they can sell it to others and flood you with even more spam.

                        Courtesy of Charity Watch Website.

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                          Inner City Arts -Provides elementary, middle and high school students living in the poorest neighborhoods, with the tools and skills they need to succeed academically and personally. A full-service arts center offers opportunities to learn, create, gather and celebrate. Inner-City Arts contributes to the beauty, safety, well-being, and vibrancy of the entire community.

                          Inner City Music - Supports the development of music businesses and musicians. Instill in young people an appreciation of music from all cultures through instruction in traditional instruments. Promotes opportunities for children and youth of low-income families to receive music education from professional musicians.

                          Inner City Sports – Provides the opportunity for youth to engage with positive adults, build character through their participation in sports and to have adequate equipment and facilities. Provides the opportunity to have a positive, life impacting youth sports experience which leads to good health and the belief in the benefits of education. Provides supplemental funding to enhance the quality and integrity of youth sports.

                          International Relief & Development – Dedicated to empowering the disadvantaged people of the world through emergency relief and participatory development programs based on principles of human dignity, self-reliance and social justice. provide targeted assistance, and create the foundation for long-term sustainability. Your contribution goes to good use for the benefit of people in our world community who are the victims of crises and disasters, or who are struggling against deprivations caused by severe poverty

                          Jewish & Israel - Strives to embody the principles of the founders of Israel who, affirming the equality of all, intended the ingathering of the Jewish people and the creation of a diverse and pluralistic society.

                          Literacy - Committed to assisting schools and families in their efforts to increase student reading ability and enjoyment and to create future generations of lifetime readers by helping to foster a love of reading in children. They strive to support the goals set by the No Child Left Behind Act through providing excellent reading material in a format that builds fluency and improves learning.

                          Medical Care - Offers medical consultation, examination and forensic documentation of injuries, psychological treatment and support, and practical help.

                          Mental Health -The Mental Health Foundations encourages, develops and supports educational campaigns and other initiatives to improve understanding of mental illness and ensure access to quality care. The Foundation is particularly concerned with reducing the stigma of mental illness and encouraging individuals to seek early diagnosis.

                          Peace & International Relations – Is the medical and public health voice for policies to prevent nuclear war and proliferation and to slow, stop and reverse global warming and toxic degradation of the environment. to end atmospheric nuclear testing by documenting the presence of Strontium 90, a byproduct of atomic testing, in children's teeth. Helping to end new nuclear warhead production and winning an international moratorium on explosive nuclear testing.

                          Population Planning - Works to ensure that every person has the right and access to sexual and reproductive health, so that humanity and the natural environment can exist in balance and fewer people live in poverty.

                          Privately Funded Scholarship Programs - Provides some of America's most underprivileged families the opportunity to send their children to a school of their choice. For over 57,000 children, this education opportunity means an escape from failing inner-city public schools, and an enhanced likelihood of a productive and successful future. Over 1.25 million children remain on private scholarship program waiting lists because parents are demanding an alternative to unsafe and low-performing schools. Private scholarship programs are providing them that alternative - the means to a better education for their children. Such school choice options put each child's education first, over and above the pressures of a status-quo education system.

                          Public Policy - To advocate rapid postwar economic demobilization and, more generally, to improve Congress's understanding of the economic consequences of its actions. To promote greater public knowledge and understanding of the social and economic advantages accruing to the American people through the maintenance of the system of free, competitive enterprise.

                          Senior Citizen - More than 13 million seniors live on less that $22,000 per year. For 26% of all seniors aged 65+, Social Security is their only source of income. Older workers who have lost a job are more likely than any other age group to remain jobless for 99 weeks or more. Senior Citizen Foundations help older adults find benefits and jobs to improve their lives. Millions of older Americans struggle in silence every day just to pay for food, medicine, and a place to live. They deserve better—and you can help.

                          Terminally or Chronically ill - Devotes itself to creative legal and legislative initiatives to secure comprehensive and compassionate options at the end of life. They set national standards for end-of-life care and assert constitutional protection for aid in dying. Their team of litigators and legislative experts fights bills that would force patients to endure futile, invasive treatment; sets enforceability standards for advance directives; mandates pain and palliative care training for physicians; monitors legislative and policy initiatives; and ultimately shapes best-practice standards for end-of-life care.

                          Veterans & Military - Strongly committed to helping those who have selflessly given to our country and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries. It is our duty and our honor to assist severely injured Servicemen and Servicewomen and their immediate families by raising donations of money, building materials and professional labor and to coordinate the process of building a home that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.

                          Volunteers Of All Kinds - There are many types of roles that you, as a volunteer, can fill. Many of these will enable you to develop new skills that will enhance your career and give you the opportunity to try new things, all while working toward our shared goal of making a better future for families who are less fortunate.

                          Women’s Rights - Advancing women’s rights by making grants that support and strengthen women’s groups around the world. Mobilize and redistribute resources that enable women to develop creative solutions to local, regional, and transnational challenges. Brings grantees and donors together in an international network that promotes women’s action for social change, equality, peace, and justice worldwide.

                          Youth Development - Helps children realize their potential and build their futures, nurture children and strengthen communities. We have known all along that mentoring has a long-lasting, positive effect on children’s confidence, grades, and social skills and the results of this impact study scientifically confirm that belief. 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, 27% less likely to begin using alcohol, 52% less likely to skip school, 37% less likely to skip a class and 33% less likely to hit someone

                          Youth – Residential Care - Cares for youths in need has evolved, but each day their core purpose is to keep them safe, stable and provide them with an enduring family relationship. Youth Residential centers are a safe refuge to youths who can no longer live at home due to their parents’ drug and alcohol addiction. Youths are abandoned when their parents flee from authorities.

                           

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                            Charitie$ and Foundation$ Cont:

                             

                            Inner City Arts -Provides elementary, middle and high school students living in the poorest neighborhoods, with the tools and skills they need to succeed academically and personally. A full-service arts center offers opportunities to learn, create, gather and celebrate. Inner-City Arts contributes to the beauty, safety, well-being, and vibrancy of the entire community.

                            Inner City Music - Supports the development of music businesses and musicians. Instill in young people an appreciation of music from all cultures through instruction in traditional instruments. Promotes opportunities for children and youth of low-income families to receive music education from professional musicians.

                            Inner City Sports – Provides the opportunity for youth to engage with positive adults, build character through their participation in sports and to have adequate equipment and facilities. Provides the opportunity to have a positive, life impacting youth sports experience which leads to good health and the belief in the benefits of education. Provides supplemental funding to enhance the quality and integrity of youth sports.

                            International Relief & Development – Dedicated to empowering the disadvantaged people of the world through emergency relief and participatory development programs based on principles of human dignity, self-reliance and social justice. provide targeted assistance, and create the foundation for long-term sustainability. Your contribution goes to good use for the benefit of people in our world community who are the victims of crises and disasters, or who are struggling against deprivations caused by severe poverty

                            Jewish & Israel - Strives to embody the principles of the founders of Israel who, affirming the equality of all, intended the ingathering of the Jewish people and the creation of a diverse and pluralistic society.

                            Literacy - Committed to assisting schools and families in their efforts to increase student reading ability and enjoyment and to create future generations of lifetime readers by helping to foster a love of reading in children. They strive to support the goals set by the No Child Left Behind Act through providing excellent reading material in a format that builds fluency and improves learning.

                            Medical Care - Offers medical consultation, examination and forensic documentation of injuries, psychological treatment and support, and practical help.

                            Mental Health -The Mental Health Foundations encourages, develops and supports educational campaigns and other initiatives to improve understanding of mental illness and ensure access to quality care. The Foundation is particularly concerned with reducing the stigma of mental illness and encouraging individuals to seek early diagnosis.

                            Peace & International Relations – Is the medical and public health voice for policies to prevent nuclear war and proliferation and to slow, stop and reverse global warming and toxic degradation of the environment. to end atmospheric nuclear testing by documenting the presence of Strontium 90, a byproduct of atomic testing, in children's teeth. Helping to end new nuclear warhead production and winning an international moratorium on explosive nuclear testing.

                            Population Planning - Works to ensure that every person has the right and access to sexual and reproductive health, so that humanity and the natural environment can exist in balance and fewer people live in poverty.

                            Privately Funded Scholarship Programs - Provides some of America's most underprivileged families the opportunity to send their children to a school of their choice. For over 57,000 children, this education opportunity means an escape from failing inner-city public schools, and an enhanced likelihood of a productive and successful future. Over 1.25 million children remain on private scholarship program waiting lists because parents are demanding an alternative to unsafe and low-performing schools. Private scholarship programs are providing them that alternative - the means to a better education for their children. Such school choice options put each child's education first, over and above the pressures of a status-quo education system.

                            Public Policy - To advocate rapid postwar economic demobilization and, more generally, to improve Congress's understanding of the economic consequences of its actions. To promote greater public knowledge and understanding of the social and economic advantages accruing to the American people through the maintenance of the system of free, competitive enterprise.

                            Senior Citizen - More than 13 million seniors live on less that $22,000 per year. For 26% of all seniors aged 65+, Social Security is their only source of income. Older workers who have lost a job are more likely than any other age group to remain jobless for 99 weeks or more. Senior Citizen Foundations help older adults find benefits and jobs to improve their lives. Millions of older Americans struggle in silence every day just to pay for food, medicine, and a place to live. They deserve better—and you can help.

                            Terminally or Chronically ill - Devotes itself to creative legal and legislative initiatives to secure comprehensive and compassionate options at the end of life. They set national standards for end-of-life care and assert constitutional protection for aid in dying. Their team of litigators and legislative experts fights bills that would force patients to endure futile, invasive treatment; sets enforceability standards for advance directives; mandates pain and palliative care training for physicians; monitors legislative and policy initiatives; and ultimately shapes best-practice standards for end-of-life care.

                            Veterans & Military - Strongly committed to helping those who have selflessly given to our country and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries. It is our duty and our honor to assist severely injured Servicemen and Servicewomen and their immediate families by raising donations of money, building materials and professional labor and to coordinate the process of building a home that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.

                            Volunteers Of All Kinds - There are many types of roles that you, as a volunteer, can fill. Many of these will enable you to develop new skills that will enhance your career and give you the opportunity to try new things, all while working toward our shared goal of making a better future for families who are less fortunate.

                            Women’s Rights - Advancing women’s rights by making grants that support and strengthen women’s groups around the world. Mobilize and redistribute resources that enable women to develop creative solutions to local, regional, and transnational challenges. Brings grantees and donors together in an international network that promotes women’s action for social change, equality, peace, and justice worldwide.

                            Youth Development - Helps children realize their potential and build their futures, nurture children and strengthen communities. We have known all along that mentoring has a long-lasting, positive effect on children’s confidence, grades, and social skills and the results of this impact study scientifically confirm that belief. 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, 27% less likely to begin using alcohol, 52% less likely to skip school, 37% less likely to skip a class and 33% less likely to hit someone

                            Youth – Residential Care - Cares for youths in need has evolved, but each day their core purpose is to keep them safe, stable and provide them with an enduring family relationship. Youth Residential centers are a safe refuge to youths who can no longer live at home due to their parents’ drug and alcohol addiction. Youths are abandoned when their parents flee from authorities.

                             

                            Best of Luck with your Lottery Plays!!!!!!

                            Charitie$ and Foundation$ Cont:

                             

                            Inner City Arts     175  180  1429   1121

                             

                            Inner City Music   182  177  981  1170 

                             

                            Inner City Sports  224   233   1470   1878

                             

                            International Relief & Development  249   338   124   349   2022   2186

                             

                            Jewish & Israel   565  138  129  769

                             

                            Literacy  441  549

                             

                            Medical Care   186  202

                             

                            Mental Health   469  123  119   978

                             

                            Peace & International Relations     124   321   1814   2237

                             

                            Population Planning   226  216  1365  1065 

                             

                            Privately Funded Scholarship Programs  174  417  134  139  409  2299  2780

                             

                            Public Policy   712   143   134   318

                             

                            Senior Citizen   807   166  165  1020

                             

                            Terminally or Chronically Ill    930   120   282   278   1041

                             

                            Veterans & Military     211  192  1142

                             

                            Volunteers Of All Kinds    151   127   966   1155

                             

                            Women’s Rights   987   170   159  1286

                             

                            Youth Development     220   181   1053   1173 

                             

                            Youth – Residential Care   232   223   1285  1502 

                             

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                              Thanks, Empress-N, for compiling the types of charities and foundations for us!

                               

                              There are so many ways to give. You can also give your time and service.  Giving isn't just about giving money.  Reach out and help, when and where, you see and feel a need.  You help to make the world better!  You make the difference!  Here is one more of many charities to consider.

                               

                              Shoes for the World's Children in Need   

                              164   353   132   140   374   1478   2104

                               

                               

                                 

                               

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