With the above flyer from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, 10 percent of proceeds will go to National Voices for Equality Education and Enlightenment, according to NVEEE member Jacob Carpenter.
Duffy's is located at 4800 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Coconut Creek.
Come out to support National Voices for Equality Education and Enlightenment's Peace Ambassador Program! All you have to do is dine at Duffy's and give them the flyer at the end of your meal so that a percentage of your bill gets donated back to us! (All proceeds will go towards NVEEE's Peace Ambassador Program)
If you cannot make it to this Dine and Donate, but you would still like to show your appreciation in the cause, you can make an online donation at (Please put in honor of Jacob Carpenter)
For more information about us and what we do, visit our website at http://www.nveee.org/
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A SPECIAL THANKS TO DUFFY'S FOR HOSTING THIS DINE AND DONATE, AND GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY!
Here's more about NVEEE, from its website:
To prevent bullying, violence, and suicide among youth, families and communities through direct service, mentoring and prevention education.
NVEEE is a community-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit established in October 2009. We are a diverse team of professional educators, business leaders, parents and students who took our concerns about student safety and well-being and put our passion into action–moving from bystanders to upstanders and community leaders.
NVEEE has reached over 10,000 teachers, students, parents, and community leaders through its Mentoring Program, Peace Ambassador Program, After School Program, and its signature Not On My Watch School-wide Bullying Prevention Programs.
NVEEE was also honored in Washington D.C. by Congresswoman Frederica Wilson With a Proclamation entered into the Library of Congress and the Congressional Records of the United States for its work in providing children and families with support services, and being “agents of change.”
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Miami Herald "Lunch With Lydia" columnist Lydia Martin and Miami Beach family and estate-planning attorney Elizabeth Schwartz on Friday celebrated their recent marriage with an Oneg Shabbat at Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Temple Rabbi Tom Heyn, in prayer shawl, and guest cantorial soloist Andrew David Susman presided over the Sabbath evening service, which was followed by a celebratory reception hosted by temple members Martin and Schwartz.
Click here for more pictures. Photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff.
The decision means claims from same-sex couples married where such couples can legally marry but who live in a state that does not recognize such marriages are having their applications put on hold for the time being.
In other words, legally married couples living in states including Florida would not now be eligible to begin collecting spouses' Social Security benefits.