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  • A Welcome Distraction

    An artist who specializes in murals, has completed a special project at the Duke University Children's Hopsital. Jeanine Romeo of Artrageous Art completed a jungle scene which embelleshed all four walls of the Procedure Room in the Pediatric Oncology Clinic, an area used daily by children...

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  • Founder Nominated for TBJ Women in Business Award

    Diane Moore, the Founder and Executive Director of Striving for More has been nominated for the 13th Annual Triangle Business Journal Women in Business Award. Her nomination was placed in the Non Profit Leadership category which honors women who display high energy and skill in a leadership role...

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  • Women Helping Women Business Expo - June 10, 2010

    Women’s Power Networking announced that it selected Striving for More as the beneficiary for the proceeds of 2010 “Women Helping Women Expo”. The 2010 expo will be held on Thursday, June 10 th at the Wake County Shrine Club (6015 Lead Mine, Raleigh) from 5-9pm. This...

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  • Creating Committee for New Group!

    We are looking for 5-10 volunteers (men and women) in the Raleigh/Durham area who would like to participate on a steering committee to help us create a new group that will create and coordinate local events to financially support Striving for More. Do you have fundraising event ideas?...

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  • Striving for More Team for St. Baldrick's Foundation

    We have set up a Striving for More team to shave again this year at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event being held at Napper Tandy's on March 6, 2010. Last year, 10 people shaved their head as part of the Striving for More team and we successfully raised more than $11,000 for childhood cancer...

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  • CancerCare - Free Telephone Support Group

    CancerCare offers free telephone support groups for parents of children with a cancer diagnosis. These support groups are set up like a conference call and they meet on a weekly basis for 12 weeks. Each call is moderated by a social worker. They have found that this medium is helpful for...

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