Commonly Asked Questions About Donating A Car Or Truck

Posted on: 5 April 2016
Getting rid of an older vehicle can be a stressful task, and this may be especially true for those that hate the idea of listing it in the classifieds or attempting to negotiate a trade for it. Luckily, it is possible to donate your vehicle, which can help you to support local charities. However, if you have never donated a vehicle, you may be in a better position to evaluate this option after you have learned the following questions and answers.
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3 Signs Your College Student Might Be Using Drugs

Posted on: 22 January 2016
When your college-aged child went off to school, you probably felt a lot of pride and excitement about his or her accomplishments. However, you might be worried about your child's health and well-being as well. One thing that you might worry about is drug use, which can be tempting among college kids who are away from home and no longer under the constant supervision of their parents. Knowing the signs to look out for can help clue you in to a potential drug problem so that you can take the proper steps to help your college-aged child before it's too late.
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Community Park A Mess? Teach Your Kids To Raise Money To Help Build It Back Up

Posted on: 26 June 2015
If the park in your community is old and rundown, your kids can raise some money to get started building it back up again. They will likely not raise enough for the entire project, but they will be proud that they helped out. Below are three ways your kids can do this. Host a Charity Party Rent a local venue for your child to host a charity party. If you tell the venue why you are renting it, they may offer it free to you.
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Benefits Of Teaching English Abroad

Posted on: 3 June 2015
Teaching English is quite the career now, and it offers a wide range of opportunities and experiences, especially if you are willing to travel. Here are just a few of the benefits of deciding to teach English abroad. Looks good on a resume Being able to teach in and of itself is an incredible asset on any resume, but having the experience of teaching English especially is a skill that many look for.
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