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“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”
“A mother’s joy begins when a new life is stirring inside…
when a tiny heartbeat is heard for the very first time, and a playful kick
reminds her that she is never alone.” -Unknown

Forgotten mom is an initiative put together to help mothers, specifically pregnant mothers who suffer from the disease of addiction. We will help those mothers reintegrate back to society. We will give them the support they need. We believe the mother is the foundation and the grass roots to a better and more functional family. From birth our mothers are there for us. They teach us our first words, they help us take our first step, they push us to work harder and educate us. Their culture and discipline and guidance outlines the way we are in society. It’s forgotten moms belief that if we help the mother we are helping the family and an entire community. With the guidance of the mother and their support the world will be a better place.

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THE AL OERTER FOUNDATION (AOF) exists to foster character and integrity through sports and the arts. AOF brings together athletes from the Olympics and the sporting world to promote the highest ethics of humanity. Through the athletes’ creative talents, AOF provides programs of art, education, sport and cultural outreach to inspire individuals and communities to uphold the virtues of excellence above winning. Read More

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Golden Image Enterprises is partnering with Darren Kavinoky as he Runs Across America raising awareness of health and wellness issues facing our world today. One of our initiatives during this 90 day run is diabetes. GIE is fundraising for JDRF because we believe in their vision of a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D).

With T1D, a person’s pancreas stops producing insulin—a hormone essential to turning food into energy. The daily life of someone with T1D brings a multitude of challenges, including insulin injections that need to be carefully balanced with eating and activity, disruptive glucose monitoring, sleepless nights—and wishing for a tomorrow where this struggle doesn’t exist.

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