Healing Seekers | Newsletter for January 10, 2012


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Newsletter for January 10, 2012



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Amy Greeson of Healing Seekers puts a Ceremonial Anklet on a Traditional Healer

In every village and with every healer, we solidify our friendship and bond by placing a specially made anklet on them. It represents respect, honor, and a blessing to keep them safe until we meet again.


Healing Seekers Receives Grants / Funding

The Healing Seekers’ Board wishes to extend their IMMENSE gratitude for two grants received in December. Healing Seekers was gifted a beautiful grant from the Emily Millis- Hiatt Donor Advised Fund, which is paramount in the continuing work of creating educational materials for educators and students, locally and globally.

Healing Seekers was also honored to receive another grant from the Molly Millis-Hedgecock Donor Advised Fund, which will allow us to edit and clip footage with our collaborative project with National Geographic Explorer Karin Muller’s nonprofit, Take2.

The Organization was additionally blessed to receive donations from the John C. and Marsha Slane Donor Advised Fund and The Bill and Lucille Fenn Family Fund. These gifts are absolutely vital for our continued work.

The Healing Seekers’ Board of Directors and the Team would like to take this moment to express gratitude for these life sustaining gifts, and to everyone who is teaming with us, through financial gifts and support. It is only because of your contributions, your kindness and belief in our projects, that together we can make a huge difference in our world. Your support truly means everything to us. THANK YOU.


Healing Seekers’ Founder on UNC-TV: NC People with William Friday

North Carolina People with William Friday

If you missed the airing of UNC-TV: NC People with William Friday with Healing Seekers’ Founder, Amy Greeson, you can view it online at your convenience.

http://video.unctv.org/program/1616436260/

Millions know William Friday from his 30 years as a UNC president. He was appointed secretary of the University in 1955, named acting president of the consolidated University system in 1956, and became president later in the year. Friday served in this position for thirty years until his retirement in 1986, the longest-serving University president of the 20th century.

William C. Friday began his tenure as the host of North Carolina People thirty seasons ago, bringing to audiences the fascinating lives and experiences of North Carolinians. He has become one of North Carolina’s most distinguished television figures, captivating viewers with his engaging interviews.


Would You Please Consider Making a Donation Today?

It is only because of the generosity and kindness of people who share our vision and mission that we are able to continue at such a pace. As a 501(c)3 non profit organization, your contributions are tax deductible. Presently, we have great financial need for continuing the creations of our education materials, our 3 part documentary series, and our upcoming 2012 expedition: the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sponsorships are available, and afford extensive exposure.

 


Please Donate Now.

 

The Healing Seekers Team on an Expedition


 

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