Charity

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Roman Catholic Universities And Colleges In The United States - Sisters of Charity
... Clarke University (Dubuque, IA), Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary College of Saint Elizabeth (Morristown, NJ), Sisters of Charity of Saint ... Joseph (Cincinnati, OH), Sisters of Charity of Ohio Official Site Seton Hill University (Greensburg, PA), Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill of Greensburg Spalding University (Louisville, KY), Sisters of Charity ... Mary (Leavenworth, KS), Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Official Site ...
Argos (retailer) - Charity Partnerships
... The current charity partner for Argos is the Teenage Cancer Trust ... This charity partnership began in July 2010 and will continue until July 2012 ... Previous charity partnerships include the British Heart Foundation (July 2008 to July 2010) and Help The Hospices (July 2006 to July 2008) ...
Gel Bracelet - Charity Awareness Wristbands
... In the UK, a wristband is available from the charity Help for Heroes bearing the colours of the 3 armed forces Red (Army), Navy Blue (Royal Navy) and Sky Blue (Roya ... can be $1 or £1 and usually the majority of the money goes towards the charity involved ... young people as trendier than traditional charity pins which may explain their increase in popularity ...
Charity - Other
... Charity (name), a given name Charity (programming language), a computer programming language HMS Charity (R29), a British Royal Navy destroyer-class ship MV Charity, a Cypriot cargo ship briefly in service ...

Famous quotes containing the word charity:

    When a sparrow sips in the river, the water doesn’t recede. Giving charity does not deplete wealth. Saint Kabir says so.
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.

    With a smile of Christian charity great Casey’s visage shone;
    He stilled the rising tumult, he made the game go on;
    Ernest Lawrence Thayer (1863–1940)