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Each year , children are born with clubfoot, a treatable birth defect that causes the feet to twist upwards and inwards. Because the condition makes it difficult and painful to walk, children born with clubfoot are often subject to discrimination, abuse, and neglect in many low- and middle-income countries around the world. MiracleFeet is a North Carolina-based nonprofit that works internationally to eliminate these consequences by increasing access to clubfoot treatment, education, and ongoing care. In alone, MiracleFeet provided care for 23, children with clubfoot in 28 different countries.
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Curry Printing: Could you describe your role at Meals on Wheels? I am also the Brand Master, making sure that our brand standards are met for every piece that represents us. CP: How long have you been using our business printing services and products? I started there in and we were often running the few blocks to the Curry office with last minute production jobs.
How a tiny nonprofit grew their base from non-donating followers to over 20, highly motivated donors in just four years. The Shelby American Collection museum in Boulder, Colorado was in a tight spot 4 years ago with dwindling donations and fewer people attending their annual party event. They decided to start running fundraising sweepstakes on the TapKat platform and give away a new Shelby Mustang to one lucky winner. And everything changed. And the museum team has been successful in turning those participants into a nationwide community of supporters who follow them on social media and visit the museum in Colorado.