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New Jersey College Student Designs Logo for HEAL & the Nest Annual Event


PimpMyCause.org is a website that connects non-profit organizations with marketing experts who have volunteered to help the agency address any number of marketing needs, including graphic design, networking, social media, web development and public relations.  Causes like HEAL can post “help wanted ads” requesting assistance with specific tasks to which professionals can then respond.  The site…

Hope is on the Horizon

Hope Harbor Float 2015

If you attended the Aspenfest Parade a few weeks ago and outlasted the rain, you were introduced to Hope Harbor via their red high heel and clipper ship float.  You may be wondering what this Hope Harbor is all about.  Well, here’s the scoop! The dream began at Angus Church of the Nazarene when members…

Capitan 4-H Club Helps The Nest


According to the organization’s website, 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, with six million young members throughout the United States and a presence reaching from urban neighborhoods to suburban schoolyards to rural farming communities. The four Hs of 4-H are Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.  These four Hs represent four primary values members…

Ruidoso Hospice Foundation Brings Symbol of Hope and New Life to The Nest with Butterfly Release


Last month, Ruidoso Hospice Foundation held its annual live monarch butterfly release, an event they have sponsored for the last 10 years.  Butterflies are a symbol of hope and new life, the very symbolic event helps individuals process the passing of a loved one.  For the last several years, the group has taken their extra…

Sheri Rodgers, Benevolent Friend of The Nest 


Lincoln County’s domestic violence shelter, The Nest, and their umbrella organization, Help End Abuse for Life (HEAL), are strongly supported by the generous members of this community through donations, participation in events and volunteering.  Many people and businesses provide regular support and some go beyond the call of duty to help others.  Sheri Rodgers is…

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