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Giving Back Comes Full Circle

Giving Back Comes Full Circle

When Sean Eberle volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House (RMDH), it hits home. That’s because as a child, Sean himself was a patient at the RMDH. “Any time you can give back to somebody who’s given back to you,” you have to take that opportunity, Sean says. Already active in the community as a football […]

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Graphic Designer Amanda Owens Becomes National Inclusion Project’s Pro Hero

Graphic Designer Amanda Owens Becomes National Inclusion Project’s Pro Hero

“They are no different than any other kid; they love to play, and learn, and just have fun. Why stop them? Join them.” -Amanda “Bubbly Inker” Owens, 2016 Pro Hero with the National Inclusion Project The National Inclusion Project works daily to make communities and extracurricular programs and activities more inclusive for children with disabilities, […]

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‘A City Girl’ Jacquelyn Blades Teaches DIY Furniture Repair at TROSA

‘A City Girl’ Jacquelyn Blades Teaches DIY Furniture Repair at TROSA

As you may remember from an earlier 2016 Pro Heroes post, TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers) is a multi-year residential program providing treatment, vocational training, education, counseling, mentoring, leadership training, and continuing care to substance abusers. The goal is to help those with a strong desire to change their lives by providing the […]

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