Tag Archive: Organizations

Published on Mar 25, 2013

Father Mann organized the Tablet Forum’s May 10, 2013, NYC premiere of Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home, an award-winning documentary about farmers and their change of heart about animals. Father Mann is a gifted writer and speaker known for his infectious enthusiasm and warm sense of humor. The Tablet Forum events offer attendees the chance to view films, hear speakers, and participate in discussion of a wide range of topics which foster community and celebrate the potential we each have to make a difference for those most in need. The May 10 film premiere is a free event that is open to the public. Learn more at http://www.tribeofheart.org/tabletforum

Father Mann’s own journey has been inspired by visionaries such as Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, who have shown compassion and moral leadership in the face of injustice. He recently had a deep personal awakening to the plight of animals, and has since incorporated the values of veganism and animal rights into his spiritual life and vision of a more just and peaceful world.

The New York City premiere of Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home is the first Tablet Forum to explore the ethical dimensions of our society’s relationship to animals.

Order free tickets for this May 10, 2013 event at http://www.tribeofheart.org/nyctix


Health And Wellness Report



Holistic Health  :     Positivity In Mind and Body  –  Sleep


Uploaded by on Oct 3, 2007

Could skimping on shuteye make you fat? The answer is a resounding “yes”! In this week’s UltraWellness blog, Dr. Mark Hyman explains how sleep deprivation can harm your health — and shares his comprehensive plan for getting a good night’s sleep. For more, see http://www.ultrawellness.com/blog

My Charlie Dog

My Charlie Dog

I met Charlie one day while I was volunteering at the local Humane Society when I was in college. I fell in love once I took him out of his cage for a walk. I took him home the next day for an overnight stay to make sure he would get along with our lab, Lady. Everything went just fine, and so I quickly arranged for his adoption. The next week, I took him to the vet. I got him all up to date on his shots, but found out he had heart worms–I was devastated, I couldn’t imagine already losing such a great pet, so I let the vet take him for a week for treatment. One week later and heart worm free, I brought him home and we have been inseparable since. Little Charlie dog never leaves my side and is always ready to cuddle or play. He now lives happily in the lap of luxury and of course he is spoiled rotten. 🙂

Tulsa, OK

Your Actions Here Fund Food And Care For Rescued Animals.

The Animal Rescue Site

The Animal Rescue Site has given over 553,015,018 bowls of food

Health And Wellness Report



Alternative/Holistic Health : Nutrition




Uploaded by on Dec 1, 2010

This is an audio Deep Trance Meditation (DTM) session by Douglas James Cottrell set to images and subtitles to help summarize and convey the meaning of the words. If you are unfamiliar with Douglas’ work, he is a trance intuitive in the same vein and style as Edgar Cayce. Search on his name for other videos or visit his website (douglasjamescottrell.com) for further information.

This has been posted with permission; I upload additional vids like this periodically, so if you found this interesting, click the ‘subscribe’ tab. Thanks for watching

Animal Advocacy

Animal  Abuse / Cruelty  To Animals  : Rescue Stories

Published on Aug 28, 2012 by

http://www.hopeforpaws.org – Please help us find her a loving forever home by sharing this video. Thank you so much!!!

Animal Advocacy

Animal Abuse/ Cruelty To Animals  :  Rescue Stories

Published on Apr 20, 2012 by

This got me…. a little choked up! (excuse me…) /tear
All credit for this video goes to Eldad http://www.youtube.com/eldad75
Amazing hero to animals. Thank you Eldad Hagar.

Animal Advocacy

Animal Abuse /Cruelty  To Animals  :  Rescue Stories

Published on Apr 6, 2012 by

Chase was set to be euthanized on the day of this video…watch and share.

 Animal Advocacy


Animal Shelters



Now You Can Help Homeless Pets While You’re Shopping Online


By Dr. Becker

If you’re interested in helping shelter pets and you also shop online, I’ve discovered a way for you to do both things simultaneously.

There’s a website I just found out about that donates to the shelter(s) of your choice each time you buy something from any of nearly 500 participating merchants.

Check Out AdoptAShelter.com

The home page asks you to select a shelter either by location or shelter name. As soon as you do, you’re ready to shop.

Shopping categories include:

Books & Magazines Diet & Fitness Pet & Vet
Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry Electronics Sports & Outdoors
Computer & Office Health & Beauty Tools & Auto
Dating & Entertainment Home & Garden Travel
Department Stores Music, Games & Movies Web & Online Tools


The list of some of the most popular online shopping sites and donation amounts includes:

Amazon.com 0.5 – 7.5%
Petsmart 4%
Walmart 0.5 – 2%
Old Navy 0.5 – 2%
Target.com 1.5 – 2.5%
eBay $0.03 – 0.11
Overstock.com 0.5 – 3.5%
zazzle 1%

The Way It Works

The AdoptAShelter.com service is free to shelters, animal-related causes, and everyone who shops online through the service. According to their FAQ, AdoptAShelter™ is simply tapping into the existing Internet economy and redirecting some of the revenue generated to help animals.

When you shop through AdoptAShelter.com at one of their retail merchants, Adopt-A-Shelter™ is paid a commission. Adopt-A-Shelter™ directs 100 percent of the donation displayed on AdoptAShelter.com directly to the shelter or organization of your choice.

And it is no more expensive to shop through the AdoptAShelter.com site than if you shopped at the online merchant’s site directly. The prices, customer service and discounts are exactly the same.

2012 Donations to Date

If you’d like to see how much money has been donated to shelters this year, you can visit AdoptAShelter.com’s donation page.

The donation amounts aren’t large … but every little bit counts for homeless pets. And the more people who shop through AdoptAShelter.com, the faster the donations will grow.

Since the AdoptAShelter.com launch August 2011, over 700 animal charities in 48 states have registered with the site.


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