Operation Tag The City

Tag The City

Operation tag the city is a year round event that new day new way foundation does bring awareness and recognition to the foundation. With your help tagging places in your community you can let each person know that with each day comes a new way. Fill out the form and you will receive 5 free stickers and you can tag any place no matter the city state or country.

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Opa Locka Flea Shutting down

Article via local10newsmiami Copyright 2022 by WPLG Local10.com – All rights reserved. OPA-LOCKA, Fla. – After more than 40 years, the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market will close its doors permanently. “I’m actually sad because my mom brought me here. It…

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L.A. is seizing tiny homes from the homeless

Escalating their battle to stamp out an unprecedented spread of street encampments, city officials have begun seizing tiny houses from homeless people in South Los Angeles. Elvis Summers, who built and donated the structures, removed seven of the gaily painted…

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Parents spooked by abuse in youth sports set more limits

SEATTLE (AP) — With Olympic prodigies having just dazzled audiences worldwide, parents in the U.S. are reconciling the thrill of the gold with their fears from recent sexual abuse scandals in elite youth sports. Shannon Stabbert said her 6-year-old daughter…

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John Stallworth devoted his post-Steelers career to philanthropy

Before his football career, business accomplishments and philanthropic endeavors, John Stallworth was a standout football player at Tuscaloosa High School without a college scholarship offer. The poor quality of his high school team, which won just two games during his…

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Patriots’ Bernard Reedy will return to $11 an hour job after the Super Bowl

Patriots backup wide receiver Bernard Reedy said before this season that he’ll never quit his $11 an hour driving a van for people with disabilities, and he’s standing by that. Reedy confirmed to ESPN this week that after the Super…

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2017 Foundation Year In Review


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New Year’s Resolutions for Youth Athletes

With every new year comes the opportunity to set new goals. For athletes, a new year is a fresh opportunity to focus on getting better both on and off the field. We wanted to highlight a few resolutions that we…

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Prep Football Players Paying to Play in Postseason All-Star Games

LAKELAND —Jordan Domineck plans to play his college football close to home. The George Jenkins senior, one of the county’s top defensive players this past season, is verbally committed to the University of South Florida. Domineck helped lead the Eagles…

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As the holiday season quickly approaches, we would like to invite you to join us in giving our most deserving children a true reason to celebrate! Help a child enjoy the holidays by donating a new, unwrapped toy. Any size gift…

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How NFL players are making an impact off the field – It’s easy to get lost in all the negativity, but many NFL players use their platform to make a difference.

Most NFL players don’t stick to sports — and that’s often a good thing. During their free time, which is limited during the season, many work tirelessly to benefit their communities. NFL coverage has been focused over the past week…

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