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The Smith Family is an independent, non-profit, social enterprise which provides personal and financial support to disadvantaged children and their families in over 84 communities across Australia. Through the Learning for Life suite of programs The Smith Family focuses on education as a means of combating disadvantage and social exclusion. Over 26,000 Australian students currently receive Learning for Life financial scholarships.

Level 8, 35 Pitt Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Ph: 02 9085 7222

Fax: 02 9241 6648

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Phone 02 9085 7222 for details

Email this address [email protected] listing your contact

details and how you might be able to help.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

A big thank you!

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Fire story

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As some of you may or may not know, Todd and Michelle arrived home on the 9th of June to find their house engulfed in flames. Despite the best efforts of the local fire department, their home and all of their possessions were destroyed. You can imagine the devastation and loss they have experienced. As concerned family and friends, we know Todd would help any of us out if we found ourselves in the same situation, which inspired us to create this blog and fund to help Todd and Michelle’s family rebuild their life.

If you’re wondering how you can help their family, we’ve created two simple ways to donate money. All donations will be greatly appreciated and no amount is too small. Although some things like photos and family memorabilia can never be replaced, this fund will be a great service to help their family get back on their feet.

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If anyone wants to donate online, there is a link to our gofundme account in the about section of this page. Any amount helps!

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This page is for anyone who can help donate to the Smith family for funeral costs. Please let us know if anyone can help.

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Furniture donation provides an ideal way to recycle gently used and unwanted household furniture. Many charities that accept furniture donations will also pick up the furniture from your home, saving you time and effort.

Charities That Pick Up Furniture

Note that organizations will only pick up serviceable furniture. If you would throw it in the trash because it is stained or damaged, they probably would too. Oftentimes, you will have to acquire a truck and deliver it yourself. If that’s not an option for you, try the charities listed below:

Purple Heart Foundation

The Purple Heart Foundation offers services to disabled veterans and their families, including providing them with free and low-cost furniture. Purple Heart accepts a wide variety of household goods, as long as they will fit in the truck. Note that the organization will not take baby furniture due to concerns about safety and product recalls. To schedule a pick-up, fill out the online form, being sure to provide your ZIP code. You’ll get an email back with a date and time.

Habitat for Humanity

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Many regional offices are happy to pick up donations of used furniture in good condition to offer for sale in their ReStores. They do accept particle board or plastic furniture. Appliances and building materials are also accepted if they are in good and clean condition. You will need to contact your local store to see if pick-up is available in your area. Go to Habitat.org/Restores to get contact information for local stores, then reach out to inquire about the possibility of having your donation picked up.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a large organization that offers rehabilitation services to adults, youth and families. It operates thrift stores throughout the United States and is happy to accept quality furniture donations. Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) to find out if pick-up service is available in your area and to schedule a date and time. Depending on where you live, you may be able to schedule your donation online instead of calling. Most furniture types are accepted. Ask a representative if you are unsure about a specific item.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

St. Vincent de Paul provides disaster relief services and works for social justice. Like the Salvation Army, it has a network of thrift stores that sell furniture and other household goods. The organization will accept most furniture but particularly requests chairs, kitchen tables, entertainment centers and storage items. Pick-up policies vary by locale, so you will need to contact a store in your area to find out of pick-up service is available and, if so, to schedule a date and time for someone to pick up your items. Visit SVDPUSA.net and select your state from the drop-down menu to find the location nearest to you.

Vietnam Veterans of America

Vietnam Veterans of America accepts a good number of furniture items, including desks, entertainment centers, beds, baby furniture and more. If you’d like to donate furniture to this group, go to VVAPickup.org and enter your ZIP code. This will tell you if pick-up service is available in your area. If available, you will be able to schedule a date and time via the site. Alternatively, you can call 1-888-518-VETS (8387).

AMVETS

AMVETS has been providing assistance to military veterans for more than 50 years. They raise money to support their efforts through a network of thrift stores, with locations in Maryland, Delaware, northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., Texas and Oklahoma. Assuming you are in one of the areas where they have a store, they will gladly pick up donations of furniture and other items. Visit their website to schedule. You will need to enter your ZIP code and either your email address or phone number.

Goodwill

Most Goodwill stores will come to your house to pick up furniture or other large items that might be difficult for you to deliver to the store yourself. Go to the store locator on Goodwill.org to get contact details of stores in your area. Once you have that information, you will need to reach out to make arrangements to have someone come to your home or office to get the items you’d like to donate.

Local Options

Not all charitable organizations that accept and pick up furniture donations are part of a nationwide or regional network, so you may be able to find other resources in your local community. For example, the Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta picks up furniture donations throughout Fulton, Dekalb, Gwinnett and Cobb counties and gives the furniture to people who are in need. If you live in one of the counties they serve, you can schedule pick-up service via their website.

There may be a similar organization in your area, or other local groups that operate thrift stores and pick up large donated items as a way to raise money to fund their charitable efforts. If you need help finding these types of groups in your area, reach out to your local United Way Office. Chances are, most groups with this type of fundraising operation in place are United Way agencies, so this could be a good way to get ideas of organizations to contact.

Preparing Your Donation

Once you’ve found an organization that will pick up your furniture, try to make it easy for them. The charity representatives cannot enter your home due to liability issues, so leave your furniture in the driveway or on the curb and tape a sign to it that says “for (name of charity).” Place small furniture items in a box or bag for easy carrying. Always get confirmation from the organization before leaving your furniture outdoors, and be sure to cover it in inclement weather. Don’t forget to request a donation receipt for tax purposes.

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Furniture donation provides an ideal way to recycle gently used and unwanted household furniture. Many charities that accept furniture donations will also pick up the furniture from your home, saving you time and effort.

Charities That Pick Up Furniture

Note that organizations will only pick up serviceable furniture. If you would throw it in the trash because it is stained or damaged, they probably would too. Oftentimes, you will have to acquire a truck and deliver it yourself. If that’s not an option for you, try the charities listed below:

Purple Heart Foundation

The Purple Heart Foundation offers services to disabled veterans and their families, including providing them with free and low-cost furniture. Purple Heart accepts a wide variety of household goods, as long as they will fit in the truck. Note that the organization will not take baby furniture due to concerns about safety and product recalls. To schedule a pick-up, fill out the online form, being sure to provide your ZIP code. You’ll get an email back with a date and time.

Habitat for Humanity

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Many regional offices are happy to pick up donations of used furniture in good condition to offer for sale in their ReStores. They do accept particle board or plastic furniture. Appliances and building materials are also accepted if they are in good and clean condition. You will need to contact your local store to see if pick-up is available in your area. Go to Habitat.org/Restores to get contact information for local stores, then reach out to inquire about the possibility of having your donation picked up.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a large organization that offers rehabilitation services to adults, youth and families. It operates thrift stores throughout the United States and is happy to accept quality furniture donations. Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) to find out if pick-up service is available in your area and to schedule a date and time. Depending on where you live, you may be able to schedule your donation online instead of calling. Most furniture types are accepted. Ask a representative if you are unsure about a specific item.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

St. Vincent de Paul provides disaster relief services and works for social justice. Like the Salvation Army, it has a network of thrift stores that sell furniture and other household goods. The organization will accept most furniture but particularly requests chairs, kitchen tables, entertainment centers and storage items. Pick-up policies vary by locale, so you will need to contact a store in your area to find out of pick-up service is available and, if so, to schedule a date and time for someone to pick up your items. Visit SVDPUSA.net and select your state from the drop-down menu to find the location nearest to you.

Vietnam Veterans of America

Vietnam Veterans of America accepts a good number of furniture items, including desks, entertainment centers, beds, baby furniture and more. If you’d like to donate furniture to this group, go to VVAPickup.org and enter your ZIP code. This will tell you if pick-up service is available in your area. If available, you will be able to schedule a date and time via the site. Alternatively, you can call 1-888-518-VETS (8387).

AMVETS

AMVETS has been providing assistance to military veterans for more than 50 years. They raise money to support their efforts through a network of thrift stores, with locations in Maryland, Delaware, northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., Texas and Oklahoma. Assuming you are in one of the areas where they have a store, they will gladly pick up donations of furniture and other items. Visit their website to schedule. You will need to enter your ZIP code and either your email address or phone number.

Goodwill

Most Goodwill stores will come to your house to pick up furniture or other large items that might be difficult for you to deliver to the store yourself. Go to the store locator on Goodwill.org to get contact details of stores in your area. Once you have that information, you will need to reach out to make arrangements to have someone come to your home or office to get the items you’d like to donate.

Local Options

Not all charitable organizations that accept and pick up furniture donations are part of a nationwide or regional network, so you may be able to find other resources in your local community. For example, the Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta picks up furniture donations throughout Fulton, Dekalb, Gwinnett and Cobb counties and gives the furniture to people who are in need. If you live in one of the counties they serve, you can schedule pick-up service via their website.

There may be a similar organization in your area, or other local groups that operate thrift stores and pick up large donated items as a way to raise money to fund their charitable efforts. If you need help finding these types of groups in your area, reach out to your local United Way Office. Chances are, most groups with this type of fundraising operation in place are United Way agencies, so this could be a good way to get ideas of organizations to contact.

Preparing Your Donation

Once you’ve found an organization that will pick up your furniture, try to make it easy for them. The charity representatives cannot enter your home due to liability issues, so leave your furniture in the driveway or on the curb and tape a sign to it that says “for (name of charity).” Place small furniture items in a box or bag for easy carrying. Always get confirmation from the organization before leaving your furniture outdoors, and be sure to cover it in inclement weather. Don’t forget to request a donation receipt for tax purposes.

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Will Smith Gives 1.3 Million to Charities

By Roger Friedman

Published December 17, 2008

Just-released tax returns for movie star Will Smith’s charitable foundation show he and wife, Jada, gave $1.3 million in donations last year to a variety of religious, civic and arts groups.

Smith’s biggest single contribution was, as usual, Yesha Ministries of Philadelphia. He gave the born-again Christian based organization run by Reverend James Robinson a whopping $250,000. That’s a hefty raise from the $140,000 he gave them the previous year. Another $200,000 went to a Christian ministry outside Los Angeles called Living Waters.

He also gave a combined $122,500 to the Church of Scientology, broken into these donations: $67,500 to the New York Rescue Workers Detoxication Fund, $50,000 to the group’s Celebrity Center in Hollywood and $5,000 to ABLE, another Scientology offshoot. Smith and his wife have also supported a private school called New Village Academy they opened this fall in suburban Los Angeles that uses Scientology learning concepts.

The star ofmovies like “Hancock,” “I Am Legend,” and the upcoming “Seven Pounds” also donated thousands of dollars to a Los Angeles mosque, other Christian-based schools and churches, and to the Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Center in Israel. And though Smith is not featured in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” he also sent $25,000 to the Progeria Research Foundation. Progeria is a disease that causes rapid aging.

The newest federal tax filing for the Will Smith Foundation covers 2007, and there is no donation to New Village Academy. So far there is no listing with guidestar.org, the website that tracks charities and not-for-profit institutions, for New Village. That seems odd since it was announced more than a year ago that Smith had given them a $1 million endowment.

It’s the Smiths’ intense and sudden friendship with Tom Cruise over the last couple of years that sparked speculation the superstar couple had joined Scientology. But Smith told me earlier this year he was definitely not a Scientologist. He told Access Hollywood some time before that: I was introduced [to] it by Tom and I’m a student of world religion. I was raised in a Baptist household, I went to a Catholic school, but the ideas of the Bible are 98 percent the same ideas of Scientology, 98 percent the same ideas of Hinduism and Buddhism.

I sort of have to thank Patrick Goldstein, who writes a popular blog for the Los Angeles Times about movies and the film industry. He devoted his whole entry yesterday to this column getting banned from advance screenings of Tom Cruise in Valkyrie.

There were also mentions of it in a variety of movie blogs like Dan Cox’s on mediabistro.com and Jeff Wells at hollywoodelsewhere.com

Is it a tempest in a teapot? Sure. But by preventing me from seeing Valkyrie at a regular screening, the flacks involved didn’t leave me much choice. I had to use Emanuel Levy’s review of Valkyrie in place of one I’d have written. Levy called Cruise feeble and predicted his move into secondary roles. The ironic thing is, I would never have used such a word nor made such an assumption. That’s where Cruise’s publicists went wrong. They bungled what could have been a simple process into a calamity.

One of my sources, who has seen Valkyrie, tells me: Tom is very wooden. On the face of it, this is a fascinating story. But Cruise is an external actor. It needed someone with real acting chops. The title sounds as if it should have been a musical. The problem is that it’s not as awful as it should be, which in a way makes it worse. It’s a bore!

Or, to quote another advance screener: This movie won’t make two cents.

And then what happens? Valkyrie cost $100 million to make, and another $50 – $60 mil to market. United Artists had a $500 million promise of credit from Merrill Lynch. That entity no longer exists. If Valkyrie really does tank, UA will likely cease to exist either as MGM struggles to right its leaking ship. Cruise has no movie ready for 2009, so it will be a year or more before he’s on screen again in anything to erase this memory.

In the end, the publicists capitulated to a lame duck leader with no future leverage but a lot of paranoia. Sound familiar?

From the New York Times, yesterday: The last 15 years have been boom years for theater — I always expected the pendulum to swing, and I simply see this as a correction, said Nancy Coyne, chairwoman of the theater advertising agency Serino Coyne. The good news is that so many straight plays are now coming in the spring, and I think New Yorkers will come out for them once the tourists go away. We’re horrible snobs. We hate tourists from Cleveland.

Actually, Cleveland: we love you. Keep coming and buying tickets to all our shows. As Donald Trump might say: Nancy, you’re fired!

It seems like the great actor and good guy Peter Falk may be in some trouble. He’s 81, and his daughter says he has Alzheimer’s. There will be a court hearing next month. Let’s say this: it’s so unfair to freeze someone in time this way. Peter Falk was nominated twice, back to back in 1961 and 1962, for Academy Awards. He’s won five Emmy Awards out of 12 nominations. The movies he’s made with late pal John Cassavetes are classics, as well as the original In-Laws with Alan Arkin.

In the winter of 1990, Falk and I were each coming out of Madison Square Garden after a Knicks game. We flagged the same cab and wound up sharing it. He was just great, reminiscing about real Little Italy. I left on Mott Street, where he disappeared into one of his old joints. I hope he’s okay now, and if he’s not, that he gets lavish care and attention from his family.

By the way, the same daughter, Catherine, sued Peter back in 1992 and won an out of court settlement. She was 21 then and wanted her college tuition paid at Syracuse University. Falk wanted her to return to Los Angeles and participate in family counseling. Catherine is now 37 and a private investigator, according to reports. No word on Falk’s second wife, actress Shera Danese, who married Falk in 1977…


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The Smith Family is an independent, non-profit, social enterprise which provides personal and financial support to disadvantaged children and their families in over 84 communities across Australia. Through the Learning for Life suite of programs The Smith Family focuses on education as a means of combating disadvantage and social exclusion. Over 26,000 Australian students currently receive Learning for Life financial scholarships.

Level 8, 35 Pitt Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Ph: 02 9085 7222

Fax: 02 9241 6648

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Phone 02 9085 7222 for details

Email this address [email protected] listing your contact

details and how you might be able to help.

Smith family donations * Checking your organisations tax deductibility status

Although every effort is made to ensure that organisations provide correct information, to be absolutely sure of the tax deductibility status of an organisation you should check with the Australian Business Register. To update the information for this organisation you must be an employee of the organisation and hold the login details. If you have lost those details they may recovered here.

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Family Thrift Stores

All donations of clothing, furniture and other resalable items are handled through The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers. Donations received help provide services for substance abuse treatment and recovery programs.

Search for Nearest Family Thrift Store Location

  • Thrift store locations and hours can be found at http://www.satruck.org
  • Call 1-800-1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) or 1-888-574-2587.

Schedule a Donation Pick Up

  • Schedule an donation pick online at http://www.satruck.org
  • Call 1-800-1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) or 1-888-574-2587.

Donation Value Guide

Use the Donation Value Guide to help determine the approximate tax-deductible value of items commonly donated to The Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores. All donations of appliances, electronics and equipment assumed to be working, and all clothing and furniture donations in good condition.

To view The Salvation Army Donation Value Guide for thrift store donations visit: http://satruck.org/donation-value-guide


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Don’t trade it or trash it donate it!

Donate your gently used furniture and make a difference in the lives of people in need. All you have to do is make the call and we’ll come pick it up!

Your donation will help support our more than 50 programs that serve more than 35,000 people every year.

You can ensure a homebound older adult gets a daily hot meal. Or a pregnant teenager learns the parenting skills she needs. Or a 5 year-old orphan from Ethiopia finds a loving home here in San Diego.

You make the call, we pick it up! (619) 563-5232

1 Donated Sofa = 30 congregate meals for older adults or 250 miles worth of transportation for isolated older adults.

All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Proceeds benefit the more than 50 programs and services of JFS available to anyone in need.

Free donation pick-up in San Diego County within 1-3 business days.

Donation receipt given at time of pick-up.

We accept most “gently used” furniture, including:

Sofas, sofa beds, end tables, coffee tables, wall units, chairs, paintings, framed art, statues, lamps, area rugs, dining sets, china cabinets, televisions, stereos, miscellaneous kitchen and household items, appliances (white, black or stainless steel only) dressers, chests, nightstands, pianos, electric stair lifts, mattress/box spring sets, patio furnishings, solid wood desks, solid wood file cabinets, office chairs, and we will consider other items.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept donations of:

Computer equipment more than 4 years-old, console TVs, TVs or appliances more than 5 years-old, any TV or appliance not in working condition, furniture and mattresses/box springs that are worn, dirty, broken or with pet damage, metal, pressed wood or plastic laminate desks or metal file cabinets.

For more information about Furniture Donation or to schedule a pick-up, call (619) 563-5232 or email.

Jewish Family Service of San Diego is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to Jewish Family Service are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. JFS’s tax identification number is 95-1644024.

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Family says teen girl killed in fall from ladder donating organs to ‘give life to others’

SILVERDALE, Wash. – A Poulsbo teen died Saturday after falling off a ladder at a construction site.

The girl, 16, was airlifted to Tacoma General Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Authorities said the girl, who fell from a significant height, died shortly afterward.

She was identified Sunday by the Pierce County medical examiner as Emily Ramm. According to her father, John Ramm, Emily was with a group of friends when the incident occurred.

John Ramm said the group was looking for a place to watch the Perseid meteor shower, eventually settling on a Silverdale Elementary School construction site off limits to the public.

The school is receiving a total remodel and has been under construction since July 2015.

After the fall, Emily s friends took her to nearby Harrison Hospital but did not call police. From Harrison Hospital, Emily was airlifted to Tacoma General Hospital.

The fall crushed her skull and caused major chest injuries, John Ramm said. He said he does not believe Emily s friends should face criminal charges.

They stayed; they didn t just leave her and run, John Ramm said. They were with her to the end. They re going to remember this accident for the rest of their lives.

Emily, an organ donor, is survived by six siblings. Both Emily s kidneys and her lungs were donated.

Her family created a GoFundMe page Sunday in her memory. Click here to see.

The funds raised through the account will help pay for her funeral and family counseling. Whatever they don t spend will be donated.

Our family decided to donate some of her organs to insure our Emily lives on and (is) able to give life to others, the GoFundMe page reads.

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