Charitable athletic events—like walkathons, races, and mud runs—may allow donors to both help a good cause and have the gratification of competing at an athletic event. But not all events are the same. Some events have high overhead, leaving little for charity. And at least one mud run in Minnesota gave no money to the charity it promised to help.
The Court presides over cases which involve allegations of abuse and neglect of children. The formal description of these cases is Child in Need of Protection or Services or shortened to CHIPS cases. These cases will involve not only the children and parents but also social workers, attorneys and also a Guardian ad Litem. However, is there a role we as citizens can join which might assist to avoid the neglect or abuse which leads to a CHIPS case?
If you receive unwanted mail, you are not alone. Many people are bombarded by junk mail—ranging from credit card offers to catalogues to charitable solicitations. Persistent junk mail can inundate mailboxes and become a hassle to dispose of. So why is it so difficult to stop unwanted mail?