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Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Topic: GO FOR IT
I often think of teenagers who live far from a town or in a small town where there are not many facilities. Many teenagers don't have access to the Internet. Oh, how I wish that those youngsters could also visit this web site. If you know someone who has the same problem as you, living with someone who suffers with addiction, invite them to view your Internet. Spend time with them. Visit Alateen on line with them. Let them browse our blogs here. Help them to look up any information that will make their lives better. Go For It.

Posted by answersforteens at 3:45 PM EDT
Sunday, 15 May 2016
Topic: GO FOR IT

TEXT, TALK, ACT lets you get together with others who want to discuss abuse, addiction and about having a tough time at home

Gather your friends for this national dialogue to talk about the importance of taking care of your mental health - and how to help a friend in need - all through a fun and creative text-based dialogue!  text START to 89800. See more at: http://creatingcommunitysolutions.org/texttalkact#sthash.3qOMMCf9.dpuf

 Contact Raquel Goodrich at rgoodrich@email.arizona.edu for additional information -

A big thank you to the University of Arizona National Institute for Civil Discourse and their many partners for sponsoring TEXT, TALK, ACT


  • May 21st (with the National Hook-Up of Black Women)
  • The month of June (with 4-H chapters across the country)
  • - See more at: http://creatingcommunitysolutions.org/texttalkact#sthash.3qOMMCf9.dpuf


  • May 21st (with the National Hook-Up of Black Women)
  • The month of June (with 4-H chapters across the country)
  • - See more at: http://creatingcommunitysolutions.org/texttalkact#sthash.3qOMMCf9.dpuf
    Join us on  in Text, Talk, Act, and invite your friends. Bring your friends, family and peers together to take part in this nationwide event. When your group is ready, text START to 89800. - See more at: http://creatingcommunitysolutions.org/texttalkact#sthash.3qOMMCf9.dpuf

    Posted by answersforteens at 2:43 PM EDT
    Updated: Sunday, 15 May 2016 3:06 PM EDT
    Monday, 29 October 2012
    Mood:  bright
    Topic: GO FOR IT

    Smile As you have gathered by now if you have been reading my blogs I am always looking for stuff you can do outside of your home, especially if you are having a difficult time. One great thing is to develop your talent. See if you like this contest. And if - go for it.

    Daniel Chavez Moran Award Seeking Health, Science and Technology Ideas from YouthsFounder of Grupo Vidanta and Vidanta Foundation creates new award to harness ideas from youths to combat poverty in Latin America

    LOS ANGELES, Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Daniel Chavez Moran Award launched today with its first category in the area of Health, Sciences and Technology. The award welcomes all youths who live in the United States aged 12 to 18 to submit their best ideas on how to combat the serious problem of poverty in Latin America. The contest will run through December 31st, 2012.

    Full contest details, terms and conditions as well as an application form can be found at http://www.danielchavezmoranaward.com.

    A panel of judges will select the winning applicants that demonstrate the most original ideas that have a realistic chance of being implemented. Prizes awarded are as follows:

    Grand Prize - $5,000, Certificate of Award

    Runner Up - $2,000, Certificate of Runner Up

    Third Place - $1,000, Certificate of Participation

    Besides the monetary prizes, winners also will be featured in promotional and press outreach. The Award is a great way to get today's youths thinking outside the box on how to solve traditional problems.

    Future categories to be announced may include Arts & Music, Public Policy and Social Media. The next category is slated to be open for applications in early January 2013.

    Mr. Daniel Chavez Moran is the founder of Grupo Vidanta, one of the largest developers of resorts, golf courses and real estate in Mexico and repeat winner of Best Places to Work in Mexico. He also founded Vidanta Foundation, a prominent non-profit institution whose primary aim is the reduction of poverty in Latin America through the promotion of economic development, social sciences and culture.

    About the Daniel Chavez Moran Award

    The Daniel Chavez Moran Award focuses on youths between the ages of 12 and 18. The Award seeks to harness ideas from America's best and brightest youths. The problems of poverty continue to plague many nations in Latin America. The Award welcomes innovative ideas and forward thinking for new ways to tackle the problem of poverty

    Daniel Chavez Moran, now retired from the development of hotels and resorts, founded Grupo Vidanta in 1974 after graduating from The University of Guadalajara with a degree in Civil Engineering. He retired in 2005 to found Fundacion Vidanta (originally named Fundacion Grupo Mayan) and focus on philanthropy. Mr. Chavez Moran is also the founder of Fundacion Delia Moran A.C., which is focused on helping children grow up in a healthy environment. While no longer active in Grupo Vidanta itself, Mr. Chavez Moran's efforts in the non-profit sector help promote the name of the companies he originally founded.

    Learn more at www.danielchavezmoranaward.com.

    Media Contact: Edward Yang, Edward@FirecrackerPR.com, http://www.FirecrackerPR.com


    Posted by answersforteens at 1:46 PM EDT

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