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Why I started my own personal donation website

Many people may feel uncomfortable asking for money from friends or family or starting a personal donation website for themselves. However, when an unexpected illness brings in mounting medical bills, starting a personal fundraiser can be way to share your story, your updates, and your milestones. A personal donation website can also allow friends and family to show support, and help them answer the question, “how can I help?”

When I went to the doctor and heard that I had to have an emergency hysterectomy in 4 weeks, I was beyond panicked. I had been self-employed single mom scraping by for years- without health insurance for myself. To think that I had to submit to major surgery and be incapacitated for at least a month was terrifying. I talked with my boyfriend and he suggested working longer hours. Yet, I had already thrown my back out two times and hurting myself again would delay the surgery

I went home and called a friend to help me calm down. My friends’ wife got on the phone and said to me “Karen, this is no big deal. How much money do you need? $10,000? Just get 100 people to donate $100 each and you’ll be fine”. That statement was a turning point for me. I realized that I was not in combat against a huge adversary but that I really could go to my community and be cared for.

I went to the hospital to talk with the financial counselor. When he told me the deposit that I had to put down to schedule the surgery, I felt pretty capable, but when he told me the total amount that it was going to cost, I felt like I was falling down a well. I walked out in a daze and sat in my car for 10 minutes. I couldn’t believe that I had to let someone cut me open, that it was urgent and that I had to pay SO much for this horrible experience.

When I told my mother I planned to start a personal donation website, she was offended. “You are going to beg your friends for money?” she asked. “ It’s not begging!” I retorted. I was asking people that I knew and loved, people that I had been there for, if they would step up and help me.

Yes, I was embarrassed. Yes, it was painful. Yes and… I felt as if it was the only way to get this done.

We had a successful fundraiser and raised more than enough to cover the cost of surgery.

The most amazing thing about my personal donation website were the comments and encouragement that I received both on the GiveForward site and in person. In contrast to my mother’s opinion, I had people that I didn’t even know telling me about their similar experiences and people who had not been present in my life for over 20 years stepping up to help. People were thanking me for my vulnerability, and people told me that they were grateful that I had given them the opportunity to help. Truly it wasn’t about the money. In fact, I think that the comments that people put on the site when they made their donations were the most healing part of my whole surgery experience. To know how many people love you is an invaluable gift.

In this virtual age, sometimes we think that humanity is cold and binary. We hear the propaganda that technology is destroying community. Those naysayers don’t understand that the power of human connection is so strong that it is fostered by any communication, regardless of distance or media. They don’t understand how a Midwestern girl in Boulder Colorado had people all over the world reaching out to connect to her and support her. The ability of personal donation websites like GiveForward to mobilize community is truly a way in which we can be there for each other.

If you have a medical need, I would strongly suggest that you step forward and let people who care know what’s going on with you. Don’t let shame stop you from feeling the love that people in your life have for you. No one can feel good about helping if there isn’t anyone asking for help.

Do you need help starting a fundraiser? Create a crowdfunding page onGiveForward, and we ll take care of the rest!

GiveForward is the first place to turn when you or someone you love is facing a challenge. It’s the central rallying place for giving and receiving meaningful support. From sending a simple “Thinking of You” to raising money for out-of-pocket expenses, GiveForward empowers anyone to build a community and take action when it counts.


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Searching for evidence of Trump’s personal giving – Washington Post #hospice #donations


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Searching for evidence of Trump’s personal giving

The Washington Post has contacted more than 300 charities with some ties to the GOP nominee in an effort to find proof of the millions he has said he donated to them. We’ve mostly been unsuccessful.

Reporter David Fahrenthold has contacted more than 300 charities. These are the notes from his search. Click for larger images.

August 18, 2016 Updated September 23, 2016

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For months, The Washington Post has been looking for evidence to back up a key claim Donald Trump makes about himself: that, in recent years, he has given millions of dollars to charity out of his own pocket. There is no evidence of that in the files of Trump’s nonprofit, the Donald J. Trump Foundation. And Trump has not released his tax returns, which would detail his recent charitable giving.

In an effort to find proof of Trump’s personal giving, The Post has contacted more than 300 charities with some ties to the GOP nominee. Some got money from the Trump Foundation ( ). In other cases, Trump had a personal connection ( ) to the charity or its leaders. Some were charities that DonorSearch database records ( ) indicated he might have given to. A variety of other reasons ( ) included media mentions, gala attendance, or involvement with Trump’s TV show “Celebrity Apprentice.”

So far, The Post’s search has turned up little. Between 2008 and this May — when Trump made good on a pledge to give $1 million to a veterans’ group — its search has identified just one personal gift from Trump’s own pocket.

Last donation: Never

Trump made a $100,000 donation from his foundation to this museum just before the New York GOP primary. He has never given his own money.

Last donation: 2016 ($1 million)

In January, at a fundraiser for veterans charities in Iowa, Trump said he had given $1 million from his own pocket. He did not actually give the money until four months later, when — under pressure from the media — Trump gave all $1 million to this charity, which helps the families of fallen Marines and federal officers. When asked if he had given the money because of media pressure, Trump called this reporter a nasty guy. Read more.

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Why I started my own personal donation website

Many people may feel uncomfortable asking for money from friends or family or starting a personal donation website for themselves. However, when an unexpected illness brings in mounting medical bills, starting a personal fundraiser can be way to share your story, your updates, and your milestones. A personal donation website can also allow friends and family to show support, and help them answer the question, “how can I help?”

When I went to the doctor and heard that I had to have an emergency hysterectomy in 4 weeks, I was beyond panicked. I had been self-employed single mom scraping by for years- without health insurance for myself. To think that I had to submit to major surgery and be incapacitated for at least a month was terrifying. I talked with my boyfriend and he suggested working longer hours. Yet, I had already thrown my back out two times and hurting myself again would delay the surgery

I went home and called a friend to help me calm down. My friends’ wife got on the phone and said to me “Karen, this is no big deal. How much money do you need? $10,000? Just get 100 people to donate $100 each and you’ll be fine”. That statement was a turning point for me. I realized that I was not in combat against a huge adversary but that I really could go to my community and be cared for.

I went to the hospital to talk with the financial counselor. When he told me the deposit that I had to put down to schedule the surgery, I felt pretty capable, but when he told me the total amount that it was going to cost, I felt like I was falling down a well. I walked out in a daze and sat in my car for 10 minutes. I couldn’t believe that I had to let someone cut me open, that it was urgent and that I had to pay SO much for this horrible experience.

When I told my mother I planned to start a personal donation website, she was offended. “You are going to beg your friends for money?” she asked. “ It’s not begging!” I retorted. I was asking people that I knew and loved, people that I had been there for, if they would step up and help me.

Yes, I was embarrassed. Yes, it was painful. Yes and… I felt as if it was the only way to get this done.

We had a successful fundraiser and raised more than enough to cover the cost of surgery.

The most amazing thing about my personal donation website were the comments and encouragement that I received both on the GiveForward site and in person. In contrast to my mother’s opinion, I had people that I didn’t even know telling me about their similar experiences and people who had not been present in my life for over 20 years stepping up to help. People were thanking me for my vulnerability, and people told me that they were grateful that I had given them the opportunity to help. Truly it wasn’t about the money. In fact, I think that the comments that people put on the site when they made their donations were the most healing part of my whole surgery experience. To know how many people love you is an invaluable gift.

In this virtual age, sometimes we think that humanity is cold and binary. We hear the propaganda that technology is destroying community. Those naysayers don’t understand that the power of human connection is so strong that it is fostered by any communication, regardless of distance or media. They don’t understand how a Midwestern girl in Boulder Colorado had people all over the world reaching out to connect to her and support her. The ability of personal donation websites like GiveForward to mobilize community is truly a way in which we can be there for each other.

If you have a medical need, I would strongly suggest that you step forward and let people who care know what’s going on with you. Don’t let shame stop you from feeling the love that people in your life have for you. No one can feel good about helping if there isn’t anyone asking for help.

Do you need help starting a fundraiser? Create a crowdfunding page onGiveForward, and we ll take care of the rest!

GiveForward is the first place to turn when you or someone you love is facing a challenge. It’s the central rallying place for giving and receiving meaningful support. From sending a simple “Thinking of You” to raising money for out-of-pocket expenses, GiveForward empowers anyone to build a community and take action when it counts.


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Settlement Agreements and Personal Injury

Many employees believe that personal injury claims cannot be waived or settled under a settlement agreement at all and carve out all personal injury claims from the waiver. However, this is not the case.

This alert is designed to clarify exactly when and to what extent an employee’s personal injury claims can be waived.

Personal injury claims fall into several different categories:

  • Injuries of which the employee is aware but where no claim has been brought. There appears to be no reason why these should not be waived by a settlement agreement. However, the agreement should make it clear that personal injuries are meant to be covered. There was a case in 2001 between Bank of Credit and Commerce International SA v Ali and others where there was some debate as to whether a general waiver of all and any claims was sufficient to cover personal injury without clear words being used. This debate is unresolved and so best practice is to expressly refer to personal injury claims.
  • Potential claims of which the employee is not aware. These are sometimes referred to as ‘latent personal injury claims’. Again, there would appear to be no reason why such claims cannot be waived. However, the House of Lords in the case of Bank of Credit and Commerce International SA v AliBCCI v Ali held that a general release or waiver would not normally cover claims of which the employee is unaware and could not be aware. Consequently, clear and unambiguous wording will be needed.
  • Personal injury claims that have already been brought in the civil courts. If a claim as this is to be settled by the settlement agreement then a draft consent order should ideally be agreed and annexed to the settlement agreement.
  • Personal injury (usually psychiatric) arising as a result of unlawful discrimination or harassment in employment. These claims derive from the Equality Act 2010. Such claims would be subject to the special rules on settlement agreements, and would normally be covered by waiving the right to bring discrimination and harassment claims.
  • Claims that have not yet arisen. These are claims for future injuries. These claims cannot be settled due to the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 – due to this a waiver of such claims would generally not be effective in law.

At PARTNERS EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS, we are experts in settlement agreements. We regularly draft them for employers and regularly advise employees as to their terms. We have extensive experience and can assist you in negotiating and dealing with employees and are listed as recognised advisors for around 50 companies.


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Personal Injury Lawyers Practicing Throughout Texas

The Salazar Law Firm, PLLC, is a Houston-based firm that helps individuals throughout the state of Texas. We fight for people who have been injured by the carelessness of another person or a company. Our firm has vast experience in handling matters involving serious or fatal injuries resulting from:

If you or your loved ones have been injured by another’s negligence, The Salazar Law Firm can help you understand your rights under Texas law. Our legal team is dedicated to assisting clients with the physical and financial recovery process which often accompanies bodily injury, including:

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  • Physical Therapy
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  • Pain and Suffering
  • Mental Anguish
  • Broken Bones or Scarring
  • Loss of Body Parts
  • Bodily Impairment or Disability
  • Loss of Enjoyment of Life
  • Loss of Consortium
  • Loss of a Loved One
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Our firm is guided by strict guidelines and standards of performance. We aim to maximize our clients’ recovery while delivering results in a reasonable amount of time.

Tell us about your situation or ask us anything by phone or from anywhere on our website. We’ll give you an unbiased evaluation. Please contact our Texas personal injury lawyers toll-free at 1-888-655-9576.

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When accident victims and their families seek redress for their loss, they turn to Atlanta injury lawyer Stephen M. Ozcomert for help. For over 20 years, the law office of Stephen M. Ozcomert has made the difference between obtaining justice and being overwhelmed by debt for countless individuals in Atlanta, Decatur and everywhere else across Georgia. Over 80 percent of his cases are referred by satisfied clients who have received substantial verdicts and settlements in injury claims involving:

Georgia law protects victims injured in accidents caused by negligence. Reckless motorists cause traffic collisions when they fail to exercise reasonable care. This breach of duty makes them liable for injuries. Atlanta personal injury attorney Stephen M. Ozcomert has recovered multi-million dollar awards from negligent parties in cases involving:

  • Hit-and-runs
  • Drunk driving
  • Failure to yield
  • Improper braking
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Uninsured motorists
  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Side impact collisions

From handling reluctant insurance adjusters to protecting your rights in court, Mr. Ozcomert ensures that judges and opposing counsel take your claim seriously. Knowledgeable and experienced legal counsel is critical to obtaining compensation and maximizing relief.

Accidents can also be caused by a dangerous condition on property. Like drivers, property owners violate a legal duty by failing to protect invitees from unreasonable harm. Landlords, managers, and municipalities must remove or repair such dangers, which can include:

  • Slippery surfaces
  • Unmarked stops
  • Construction areas
  • Inadequate security
  • Broken traffic lights
  • Dangerous dogs or animals

Injuries caused by dangerous property conditions give rise to premises liability. But because strict deadlines limit the amount of time that victims and families have to sue local and state entities, it is important to seek immediate assistance to preserve your right to bring a personal injury claim.

Over $40 Million in Settlements and Verdicts

Car manufacturers and other vendors may be held liable when collisions or other accidents are caused by a defective car, product, or part. Flawed products often harm consumers in accidents involving:

  • Braking failures
  • Head-on collisions
  • Rear-end collisions
  • Broadside collisions
  • Tire balding/blowouts
  • Serious motorcycle injuries

From flimsy crumple zones to sticky floor pedals, dangerous defects are often discovered too late. Manufacturers are strictly liable for harm caused by any foreseeable use of these products.

Health care professionals are trained specialists with a higher duty of care. If they fall below the required legal standard, they can seriously injure patients. Surgeons, dentists, and nurses are negligent when they make preventable mistakes in treating a variety of conditions, including:

  • Burn injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Closed head injuries
  • Penetrating head injuries
  • Anterior cord injuries
  • Central cord injuries

When catastrophic injuries require professional care, patients rely on their physicians. Personal injury lawyer Stephen M. Ozcomert works closely with forensic crash specialists and leading medical experts to discover the source of your injury and protect your financial future.

As an experienced advocate, Atlanta personal injury lawyer Stephen M. Ozcomert uses his expansive knowledge to get you results, including compensation for lost income, medical costs, pain, suffering, and other benefits. If you were harmed in an accident caused by negligence, do not trust your fate to a novice; rely on an attorney with over 20 years of experience negotiating tough settlements and trying cases before a jury. Attorney Stephen M. Ozcomert has an established reputation for excellence as one of Georgia s Super Lawyers and as a member of its Legal Elite. Call (404) 370-1000, or toll free, 888-373-9321, for a free consultation or contact us online.

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10 tips for writing a grad school personal statement

By Billie Streufert 1:35 pm EDT October 12, 2012

Grad school personal statement format

(By Tracy Bennett, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)

A filmed personal statement might have helped Elle Woods get into Harvard Law School, but in the real world, you re better off sticking to these tips.

If you have seen the 2001 film, Legally Blonde, you might remember that Elle Woods, played by Reese Witherspoon, creates a video for her admissions essay to Harvard Law School. As she sits in a hot tub, she states that she will be an “amazing lawyer” because she can discuss important issues, such as the brand of toilet paper used in her sorority house, and she uses “legal jargon in everyday life” to object when men harass her. She can also recall details at the “drop of a hat,” including the recent events on a soap opera. (If you haven’t seen the movie or simply want a good laugh, you can view the clip on YouTube.)

Although the Harvard committee granted Elle admission, you will probably want to take your essay in a different direction. While you cannot change your grade point average or entrance exam scores, you have complete control over the contents of your personal statement. There are many applicants and few spots, so work diligently to persuade readers that you fit their program given your qualifications, interests and professional goals. Use the tips below to prepare and refine your essay.

Yes, your first sentence should be compelling and attention-grabbing, but if you attempt to identify your opening line immediately you will probably induce writer’s block. Make an outline or free write. You can tweak the introduction later once you are more aware of your noteworthy accomplishments or the defining events that have led to your career interests.

2. Articulate your reasons for selecting your chosen career.

Although these essays are often called personal statements, they are not an autobiography. Instead, view it as an essay about your journey as an emerging scholar. Provide evidence to demonstrate that you have actively confirmed your interests and that earning an advanced degree will help you achieve these goals. Describe the courses, articles, professors, research, service projects, internships, shadowing or co-curricular activities that have shaped your aspirations. Avoid references to high school accomplishments, gimmicks or clichés such as, “I have always wanted to be a _________.” Cautiously address controversial topics. It is one thing to demonstrate your knowledge of the field by referencing a current debate. It is quite another thing to offend your readers with excessive political or religious rhetoric.

For example, it is not enough to say that you aspire to be a social worker because you want to help children. You could do this in a variety of occupations. Similarly, anyone can say that they are interested in law. Earn credibility by demonstrating this passion. Have you worked at a law firm or participated in student government, Model UN and/or mock trial?

4. One size does not fit all.

Unless it is a common application system, such as those used by law, physical therapy and medical schools, you should describe your rationale for selecting the program among other alternatives. By the way, most of the schools that use a common application system will require supplemental essays that inquire about this. For the time being, you may omit it from your initial personal statement. Each institution has its own values, mission and faculty. What led you to select its particular program over others? Was it an emphasis in a particular area (e.g., rural practice, technology) or the research interests of a professor? Was your interest heightened by a conversation with its alumni?

5. Whatever your reasons for applying, be sincere.

Briefly mention any noteworthy and appealing features that attracted you to the program or institution, but do not go overboard. Committee members already know the prestigious awards that they have won, and most of your competition will mention these same attributes. If you offer excessive praise, you may only appear disingenuous.

6. Describe your professional interests, particularly as they relate to research.

If you identified faculty members who share your interest in a topic, describe your desire to work with them. Be specific, but keep your options open, too. Committee members will roll their eyes if you say you are interested in every research area of its faculty. On the other hand, if your interests are too narrow, they may question your ability to collaborate with professors.

7. Demonstrate your motivation and capacity to succeed.

Graduate schools are not only selecting students, but they are also choosing future ambassadors of their program. Persuade them that you will contribute to their reputation as an institution throughout your academic studies and professional career. Avoid summarizing other parts of your application. Instead, you should provide them with concrete examples including relevant publications, presentations, classroom assignments and employment experiences. For example, describing a service project could demonstrate your compassion, which some medical schools value. If you collaborated with others on a research topic, describe your specific contribution. Research in particular is valuable to your readers because you will more than likely need to immerse yourself in this activity during your graduate studies, especially if you are a Ph.D. candidate.

If you have any blemishes in your application, such as low test scores, criminal convictions or poor grades, think carefully before you offer a rationale. If you were to survey career coaches and faculty, some would advise you to describe anomalies because, if you do not, you leave it open to imagination. Others, however, would only encourage you to share details if the graduate program requests it. Advisers on this side of the camp fear that graduate programs may perceive such descriptions as potential liabilities or excuses, especially if your grades were repeatedly low. For example, while committee members may empathize if you reveal that you struggle with test anxiety, they may still question your ability to succeed. Most graduate programs entail tests, and many occupations require individuals to pass licensing examinations before they can enter the fields. Applicants’ inability to perform in this arena may jeopardize the professional standing of the institution.

If you elect to include this information, be brief and positive. Keep it simple and do not be defensive. Perhaps your academic ability improved once you discovered your passion. Maybe you persisted despite a serious illness or death in your family. If you decide not to address these anomalies yourself, consider asking one of your trusted references to include the topic from a positive standpoint in your letter of recommendation.

Personal statements are generally no more than two pages. If the sentence is not essential to your thesis, remove it. Also eliminate unnecessary words, such as “in order to,” “I believe” and “the fact is.”

9. Carefully proofread and refine the essay.

Any errors reflect your ability as a writer. Confirm that you used transitions, diverse sentence structures, first person and active voice. Substitute weak words, such as “love,” with a more professional, powerful alternative. Let it sit overnight. Then, read it aloud or backward. Have a consultant at your campus writing center or a professor critique the essay.

10. Enjoy the writing process.

Preparing a personal statement confirms your desire to attend graduate school and clarifies your interests or goals, which is why professional schools require it. A few years from now, this will prove helpful in your professional job search as you write cover letters and respond to interview questions.


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Personal Loans & Lines of Credit

If you need access to some extra cash – whether for a major purchase, a well-deserved vacation or just in preparation for something unexpected – a personal loan or line of credit from First National Bank may be right for you. With a variety of credit terms and repayment options, we can structure your loan or line of credit to suit your situation and needs.

  • Option of personal loan or line of credit
  • Fixed rate and terms available
  • Variety of repayment options

First National Bank is an equal opportunity employer-disability/veteran

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