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                 WIN A 2014 Honda Civic LX

The County of Los Angeles Annual Employee Charitable Giving Campaign is well under way and promises to be another exciting campaign season! Many, many thanks to all of the employees of Los Angeles County who through their participation continue to make this employee giving campaign a success, year after year.

A BIG THANK YOU to Goudy Honda Los Angeles for their generous donation of a 2014 Honda Civic LX! The Honda will be awarded as a result of a raffle drawing for the Los Angeles County Charitable Giving Campaign. The proceeds from the drawing event will support the important work of organizations such as the Asian Pacific Community, Brotherhood Crusade, Community Health Charities of California, Earth Share of California, United Latino Fund, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and Variety the Children’s Charity of Southern California.  

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Checking Heart Rate




Even if you're not an athlete, knowing your heart rate can help you monitor your fitness level and might even help you spot developing health problems.



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Stories of Caring
Stories of Caring is a testimonial that we share with you, our donors, so you can learn about how the dollars you donate help real people in California and how Community Health Charities helps to connect people with trusted member charities nationwide every day.
  

Kate Adamson has something important to say to stroke survivors and their families. And a large part of her message is how she is now able to say anything at all. In 1995, at the age of 33, Kate’s life seemed totally in control. A New Zealand native, she was living the American dream — a five bedroom house in a Southern California beach town, a loving husband and two healthy and happy young daughters. She exercised regularly, watched what she ate, and was about to start a personal training business. One day she suddenly felt dizzy. She lost focus and balance. Within minutes, she was unable to speak or move.


 

 

 

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