Charitable Causes

GreatHeart

Who takes care of the children who are victims? …. The worse that can ever be experienced by children? Violent crimes committed by one or both parents? Our nation is obsessed with abortion these days. Maybe we should shift focus more to the developmental growth and welfare of children who are born into this world? […]

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Childhelp – 60th Diamond Jubilee Gala

Since 2008, every Watt-Ahh bottle sold contributes two cents to non-profit organizations that help children. Our banner organization is Childhelp that gives both counsel and shelter to at-risk children . The total donation from our customers to specifically Childhelp is close to $15,000.00. Through the years, Childhelp Founders Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Federson have found […]

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We Love the Offshore Racing Fans

Offshore racing in Sarasota is not the same. We try to keep articles light, entertaining, informative and always heartfelt. I realize this is somewhat of a departure since the latter (heartfelt) is mainly in play here. Our favorite memories in racing beyond going on stage to receive awards, was meeting the race fans at both […]

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A Gentle Breeze Across the Eyes

Our friend, Nada Cory, who is President of the non-profit Joseph P. Cory Foundation, was a wonderful hostess during the third annual gala held in Deerfield Beach, FL last weekend. Rob and I felt like we had arrived at Watt-Ahh’s “second hometown”. For years, Nada and her friend, Lindsay, have shared their supply of Watt-Ahh […]

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Homegrown Health Expo and Dinner Benefiting the Joseph P. Cory Foundation

What: Third Annual Gala to Benefit the Joseph P. Cory Foundation (JPC Foundation) Where: Double Tree Hilton Deerfield Boca, 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach, FL. When: Saturday, April 28, 2018, 4:30 to 7:30 P.M. for Health Expo, 6:30 P.M. Cocktails and 7:30 P.M. Dinner More Information Several years ago, Rob and I met at least […]

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The Making of a Superhero: Dogs Destined for Greatness

I am not blind … well, not normally, anyway. This wasn’t the case earlier this week, as I allowed Sprinter, a guide dog in training, to lead me around a winding path while I sported blackout glasses. Part of The Guide Dog Experience on campus at Southeastern Guide Dogs, I (along with several other guests) […]

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Watt-Ahh® Customers Donate Over $10,000 to Childhelp

This month, donations to Childhelp from our customers generated from a portion of the sales proceeds of Watt-Ahh® topped the $10,000 mark. The story of Childhelp founders, Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson, started with helping orphan children during both the Korean and Vietnam Wars. They were the strong women who compelled both governmental and military officials […]

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2016 Flight-to-the-North-Pole Holiday Party for Terminally-ill Children and Their Families (December 8, 2016)

Have you entered into the treasures of the snow … which I have reserved against the time of trouble …  (New King James Version, Job 38:22-23) A fun day for families who are troubled. Snow is indeed a treasured miracle that is obvious in the eyes of children when they discover a patch of snow in […]

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Non-Profit “Watts of Love” Global Illumination Project: AHH-mazing AHA! Discovery for September 2016

Watts of Love (WOL), located in Suburban Chicago, receives donations to cover the cost of delivering and training on the use of portable home solar lighting devices within areas of no electric power. The mission of WOL is similar to our own WIT Technology, the benevolent vision of assisting in unlocking the cycle of prosperity […]

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Hippo Roller: AHH-mazing AHA! Discovery for July 2016

Here’s proof that an AHH-mazing invention doesn’t need to be elaborate or complicated in order to change people’s lives. Many of us take fresh water for granted; but for the women and children living in rural South Africa, it’s not so simple. In fact, women spend approximately 26% of their lives retrieving water for drinking, […]

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