Jaclyn Stapp, children’s book author, national anti-bullying spokesperson, philanthropist and wife of the Grammy-award winning lead singer of Creed, Scott Stapp, is excited to launch the children’s foundation CHARM (Children Are Magical) whose mission aims to heighten awareness of children’s issues and provide underprivileged youth with the tools of life through education, mentoring, and community resources.CHARM officially launches this month as 501c3 non-profit organization at www.childrenaremagical.org.“The name ‘CHARM’ speaks to my heart and is part of my own personal philosophy. I believe children are magical, spirited, full of promise and can be encouraged and challenged to fulfill their dreams,” Jaclyn says. “I learned as a child, that people with a big heart and a little time could make a big difference in my life. The goal of developing CHARM is to reach out to many others with even bigger dreams, because dreams do come true as they have for me.”Jaclyn’s charity will partner with other foundations to support children and their families by providing resources to overcome many of life’s obstacles caused by neglect, abuse, lack of education, and other hardships at home.Jaclyn has also tagged on to CHARM her motto, “I AM STRENGTH” as her personal reminder of hope and encouragement to adults going through tough times. Jaclyn learned to persevere and search within herself for a beam of strength to face her own challenges. I AM STRENGTH offers a community of support and a sounding board for adults and families of all backgrounds.“Children need safe environments, healthy guardians and happy homes to thrive. The vision of ‘I AM STRENGTH’ will target needs because parents, families and children speak a universal language,” she says. “With access to the proper resources and support, folks can better handle issues while developing a purpose for creating the healthy, positive home life that every child deserves.”In the spirit of hope and fun, Jaclyn invites all fans to join her I AM STRENGTH mission with a photograph (selfie) of themselves and the words I AM STRENGTH written on their hand or any favorite part of their body. Jaclyn will share your creative photos on social media with the hashtag #I AM STRENGTH. Selfie supporters will have the opportunity to be featured on the CHARM website. With enough support from local communities and the public, Jaclyn hopes to ensure that every unsupported child in this country will one day be properly nurtured and cared for.Please support CHARM’s mission with your donation or with the purchase of the beautifully designed Masonharlie, ‘I AM STRENGTH’ ID bracelet. Visit the CHARM website at www.ChildrenAreMagical.org to get involved, make a donation or purchase your customized bracelet; 20% of proceeds will benefit CHARM.
APTN National NewsThe crisis in Attawapiskat made headlines around the world.And the stories moved some Canadians to take action in a number of ways.Some held fundraisers, while others went straight to the prime minister.APTN National News reporter Annette Francis has this story.
Related Items:#Freeportwomankilledbypolice, #magneticmedianews, #TheresaJessicaThompson Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 3, 2017 – Grand Bahama – The grand-daughter of former government minister and Member of Parliament for Marco City, David Thompson was that police reservist shot to death on the weekend in Grand Bahama. Theresa Jessica Thompson-George, 24 years old was killed at a business on Oakes Street, gunned down and it has the island shaken up. The young woman’s father is crying out on Facebook with tributes and photos and memories and questions. Troy Thompson said, “I feel like I will cry for years and it’s hard to even think. I lost my baby to the increasing violence in our country.”Police have not identified a motive as yet for the shooting on Saturday April 1 around 9:30pm which adds to the soaring murder count for The Bahamas.#MagneticMediaNews#TheresaJessicaThompson#Freeportwomankilledbypolice
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno says they were the better team and deserved all three points in their 1-1 draw with Liverpool at the Emirates on Saturday.Leno was in between the sticks on Saturday was kept busy for the entirety of the game at the Emirates Stadium, and after the game, he spoke to the media.When asked if he’s satisfied with the draw, Leno told Arsenal Fc website: “A little bit. I think we had more chances with them. We played very well and we deserved to win, but the way we played was very good.”Leno also spoke the new manager Unai Emery and how the team is adapting to his system and philosophy.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“The manager has a new philosophy. Many things changed because Arsène Wenger was here for a long time.” Leno said.“It was clear we needed time but like you saw today, the movement and the confidence of the players is always getting better.“Today we controlled the game against a big club, against big players, and now we’ll keep working.”