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  • Photos: Help Heal Haiti Benefit Concert Jan. 29

    By adaptmag on February 13, 2012
    On January 29 more than 300 people came out to support two groups traveling to Haiti this spring break. Projects for Haiti and the First Assembly of God Missions Team will be traveling to two different parts of the country which is still recovering from the devastating 2010 earthquake. Check out http://facebook.com/adaptmagazine for more photos from the event.
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  • Nefarious Documentary Coming to Gainesville

    By adaptmag on October 4, 2011
    On Sunday, October 16 Fight Injustice and Global Human Trafficking will bring the reality of modern day slavery to Gainesville. The group plans to host a free viewing of the film Nefarious, Merchant of Souls at Grace at Fort Clarke. Nefarious by Exodus Cry shows the “sexual exploitation of women and children around the world along with interviews of real victims, traffickers […]
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  • Vote for the Harvest of Hope Foundation's Pepsi Refresh Idea!

    By adaptmag on June 22, 2010
    The Harvest of Hope Foundation has been providing aid to migrant farmworkers and their families since 1997. So far they have handed out more then $850,000 in emergency relief funding, scholarships and other aid. They have a chance to win $250,000 from Pepsi Refresh. Check out this YouTube video and vote everyday until the end of June right now at […]
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  • Injustice Still Lives: Read this IJM Post

    By adaptmag on June 3, 2010
    Hey Everyone, I just read this short article posted by International Justice Mission president, Gary Haugen. It talks about one of the rescues IJM conducted in November of 2009. Check it out: http://www.ijm.org/firstperson-garyhaugen-november2009. International Justice Mission is one of the many organizations literally bringing change by freeing families from the yoke of modern day slavery (which is still just slavery).
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  • Pictures from Twins Biking for Orphans

    By adaptmag on May 14, 2010
    On Monday we told you about two siblings bike riding for orphans. Tuesday morning Ashley and Chris Agoranos set out on a 100-mile bike ride to raise money for an upcoming trip to the Hananasif Orphanage in Tanzania. The 100-mile ride took them from Gainesville to Orlando. Check out Ashley’s experience and some of the pics here on Ashley’s Blog […]
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