Donate For Nepal Earthquake Relief

I’m sharing this because I would like you to donate if you have the money. 

Anything will do, please help if you can.

Of course, if you can’t or do not have the money you can still help out by sharing the links with your friends & followers. 

Below are a few links you can share & learn more about how you can help! 

Please take a minute and share or donate. 

If you donated please message me personally & I’ll add you to a drawing. 
I will draw one lucky winner and I will send you a gift. This is my way of saying thank you for helping those in need! 

PRINT SALE! Every cent you donate will go to the Red Cross Vanuatu Disaster Relief! Small prints $30 and large are $40 but you are welcome to donate more! I have about 3 of each print so get in quick! Email alana_williams@hotmail.com to purchase.

With all the craziness going on here in our own backyard, please dont forget about Nepal. They really need our help and any little bit counts. Evenmy measly $15. If i could i would give more. If you cant donate, just a reblog, repost, retweet, word of mouth, anything to spread the news and keep people aware and in the know.
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joe hopes your Monday is as fun as this looks! This picture was taken in Nepal, which is still recovering from a nasty earthquake. Kindly consider donating to @americanredcross, @redcrosscanada or your local Red Cross to aid Nepal’s citizens and keep the country spectacular! #joeSCRUB #joeKnows #coffee #scrub #natural #vegan #crueltyfree #softskin #Monday #funday #Nepal #NepalEarthquake #NepalQuake #HelpNepal #donate #give #charity #help #aid #RedCross

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My Parental Weak Spot: CPR/Safety Training

When you become a parent you quickly realize the immense amount of stuff you just don’t know.  Sure, you can learn a lot of it from books, blogs, and online resources, but some stuff you just need to do hands on.  I have felt that CPR training is one of those crucial items that must be done at least once in order to fully be able to recall in a time of crisis.  This is my parental weak spot.

I know that I should go through the training and complete some type of certification, but I just have not made the time.  I use the crutch that my wife knows the basics because of her career as a teacher, but what if she’s not there?  What if she is in need of help?  All the “what ifs” tend to give me a twinge of anxiety that I know can be remedied with a little assistance.

This is where the American Red Cross comes in.  Click the link provided and you’ll see a simple search page to find local CPR and other safety training options!  The courses in my area range from $30-110 and many have online components.  I’ll be looking into this in the very near future because the moment you think your child is choking on something and you realize you’re not prepared is the absolutely worst moment, ever.

Be prepared!

Noah, theramblingark

Pray for Nepal (April 25th 2015 Earthquake)

More than 3,300 deaths have been confirmed, and the death toll is expected to rise. At least 18 were killed and dozens more were injured on Mount Everest, where the quake launched an avalanche. Dozens if not hundreds remain trapped under mounds of rubble. The nation’s capital of Katmandu was particularly hard hit.Outside Nepal, a total of at least 61 died in India, Bangladesh, China’s region of Tibet and Pakistan. The quake struck before noon local time about 50 miles northwest of Katmandu in an area that the U.S. Geological Survey calls one of the most seismically hazardous regions on Earth. It was felt as far away as Lahore, Pakistan; Lhasa, Tibet; and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Multiple aftershocks, including one registered at magnitude-6.7, followed. The quake registered as a magnitude-7.8. Although on a major plate boundary with a history of large- to great-sized earthquakes, large earthquakes in this area are rare in the documented historical era, the U.S. Geological Survey reports. Over the past century, just four events of magnitude-6.0 or larger have occurred within about 150 miles of Saturday’s earthquake. An earthquake’s power increases by 10 times with each increase in the number of its scale. That means Saturday’s earthquake — the same magnitude as the one that hit San Francisco in 1906 — was 22 times more powerful than the 7.0 quake that devastated Haiti in 2010. A number of buildings collapsed in the center of the capital, the ancient Old Kathmandu, including centuries-old temples and towers. Among them was the Dharahara Tower, one of Katmandu’s landmarks built by Nepal’s royal rulers in the 1800s and a UNESCO-recognized historical monument. It was reduced to rubble and there were reports of people trapped underneath. The Katmandu Valley is densely populated with nearly 2.5 million people, and the quality of buildings is often poor. It will be awhile before we know the full extent of the damage and the final death toll. At least 29 districts have been designated as crisis zones. Hospitals in the capital have been overwhelmed. About 90% of the 1,000 homes in the villages of Laprak and Barpak near the epicenter were destroyed. The quake will likely put a huge strain on the resources of Nepal, a poor country best known for Everest. The nation is highly dependent on tourism. More avalanches are likely on Everest and it’s unclear how those stranded on the mountain will be evacuated to safety. Numerous countries around the world have pledged immediate aid and supplies. Humanitarian groups such as the Red Cross, Oxfam, CARE and Save the Children are working to provide shelter, clean water, sanitation and emergency food supplies. You can also help by contributing to one of a number of aid groups.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2015/04/25/nepal-earthquake-things-to-know/26367507/


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