Watch Susan and Erica, volunteers for our breathe happy smell experiment, as they discover the power of our fabric refresher.
A performer asks ten volunteers to line up on their hands and knees and he jumps over them.
...Adopt a dog today!Scientific studies have proven that owning a dog can extend your life by years. Today we take you to a local no-kill animal shelter to show you some of the amazing animals you could be missing out on.Can't have pets where you live? No problem! Most shelters have volunteer programs, and the dogs would love to get out of their cages for a while.50% of the proceeds from this video will be donated to MaxFund, a great no-kill animal shelter in Denver, CO.
The first clip from the adapted feature, The Hunger Games, in theaters 3/23.
Set in a future where the Capitol selects a boy and girl from the twelve districts to fight to the death on live television, Katniss Everdeen volunteers to take her younger sister's place for the latest match.
This demonstration is used to confuse and spark the interest of all my students. I usually throw the water at them at the end of the demostration. Unfortunately there were no volunteers. Enjoy the trick, I posted how to do it in another movie, if you are intereseted. Music: Kevin MacLeod
Seekers saw a black figure in the house,it on the second floor.they(ghost) come in all shapes.Volunteer heard as if something from outside was trying to come inside it like heard footsteps....
The Ad Council partners with the U.S. Department of Justice and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to Prevent Online Sexual Exploitation
New PSA Campaign Educates Teenage Girls About Potential Dangers of Sharing and Posting Personal Information Online
The Ad Council together with The U.S. Department of Justice and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children NCMEC today announced a new phase of their Online Sexual Exploitation public service advertising PSA campaign designed to educate teenage girls about the potential dangers of posting and sharing personal information online.
Popular social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook, and Sconex make it easier for teens to post and share personal information, pictures and videos, which may make them more vulnerable to online predators. Teenage girls are particularly at risk of online sexual exploitation a recent study by University of New Hampshire researchers for NCMEC found that of the approximately one in seven youth who received a sexual solicitation or approach over the Internet, 70 percent were girls.
The Internet is one of the greatest technological advances of our time, but it also makes it alarmingly easy for sexual predators to find and contact children, stated Attorney General Gonzales. As Attorney General and as a father, I am committed to protecting our children from pedophiles who troll the Internet for kids. The Think Before You Post campaign sends a strong reminder to children and their parents to be cautious when posting personal information online because anything you post, anyone can see: family, friends and even not so friendly people.
Another study conducted by Cox Communications shows that 61 percent of 13 to 17 year olds have a personal profile on sites such as MySpace, Friendster, or Xanga. In addition, the study found that half of these have posted pictures of themselves online and that one out of five teens reported that it is safe i.e. somewhat or very safe to share personal information on a public blog or networking site. Thirty seven percent of 13 to 17 year olds said theyre not very concerned or not at all concerned about someone using personal information theyve posted online in ways they havent approved.
We are very pleased to join with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Ad Council on the third year of our campaign entitled Think Before You Post, said Ernie Allen, president and CEO of NCMEC. This PSA campaign is targeted to reach teenage girls and deliver the vital message of not posting identity revealing information or photos of themselves online that could put them at risk for abduction or exploitation.
In another study conducted by the University of New Hampshires Crimes Against Children Research Center for NCMEC, of youth ages 10 to 17 who use the Internet regularly, 34 percent had posted their real names, telephone numbers or home address, and 45 percent had posted their real ages.
The PSA campaign, created pro bono by Merkley & Partners, includes TV, radio, magazine and Web advertising. The ads encourage girls to "think before you post" personal information that would leave them vulnerable to online predators. The PSAs seek to educate teens that the Internet is not a private place, rather its a public place and social networking profiles and blogs potentially release information that can be easily found by anyone, including ill intentioned people. All of the PSAs direct audiences to www.cybertipline**** to get tips to help prevent online sexual exploitation or to report an incident.
Previous work created for the campaign has focused on increasing awareness of parents and guardians about the prevalence of online sexual exploitation and on preventing girls from forming inappropriate online relationships with adult men in an effort to reduce their risk of sexual exploitation and abduction.
The new PSAs will be distributed to television and radio stations nationwide this week and can be viewed on the Ad Councils Web site at www.adcouncil****.
The popularity, easy accessibility and social acceptance of the Internet, particularly social networking sites, among teenagers can put them in a dangerous situation, said Peggy Conlon, President and CEO of the Ad Council. Its our hope that this campaign will educate teenage girls and their parents about the potential dangers of offering personal information on the Internet.
We are very pleased with our continuous partnership with the Ad Council, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the U.S. Department of Justice, said Andy Hirsch, Executive Creative Director/Partner at Merkley & Partners. Online sexual exploitation is front page news and we're happy that we can continue to lend our services to help educate teens and their families about this potential danger.
Since launching in 2004, the Online Sexual Exploitation campaign has garnered over $150 million in donated media support and NCMEC has seen an increase in reports of online enticement of children for sexual acts. Tracking studies conducted by the Ad Council found that parents and guardians who saw the PSAs were significantly more likely than those who had not to have talked to their children within that past week about chatting online with people who they hadnt met in person 44 percent vs. 35 percent.
The U.S. Department of Justices Project Safe Childhood initiative is a joint effort of federal, state and local law enforcement, along with community leaders, designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the U.S. Attorneys Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.projectsafechildhood.gov.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that works in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Justices Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. NCMECs congressionally mandated CyberTipline, a reporting mechanism for child sexual exploitation, has handled more than 419,400 leads. Since its establishment in 1984, NCMEC has assisted law enforcement with more than 125,200 missing child cases, resulting in the recovery of more than 107,600 children. For more information about NCMEC, call its toll free, 24 hour hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST or visit its web site at www.missingkids****.
The Ad Council is a private, non profit organization with a rich history of marshalling volunteer talent from the advertising and media industries to deliver critical messages to the American public. Having produced literally thousands of PSA campaigns addressing the most pressing social issues of the day, the Ad Council has effected, and continues to effect, tremendous positive change by raising awareness, inspiring action and saving lives. To learn more about the Ad Council and its campaigns, visit www.adcouncil****.
Not many pople come to the location just now...even a signboard saying that the placed is closed o public after 6pm...it bragging in that placed...volunteer saw a tree split into 2...temperature strange started from 80celcius to 14celcius...
After TV Reporter Don Deetz (Jason Wiles) is called by Madam Miss Olivia and told that the Prosecutor is pissed off because the scheduled call girl hasn't shown up, Diane (Sarah Joy Brown) volunteers for the unseemly job.For more information about our how our Web Theater works and why we are doing it this way, search for our Web Theater introduction video titled HOTB-BTS-00. HEART of the BEHOLDER - www.Beholder****
Each year we are lucky enough to receive left over pumpkins from stores after halloween, pumpkins are a great source of enrichment for our cats, as well as a great source of entertainment for the staff and volunteers at Big Cat Rescue! All the cats love to play, eat and generally demolish the pumpkins, providing them with hours of entertainment, watch as we show you what they get up to when they are given one of their favourite treats, for tour times and more information please visit: *******www.bigcatrescue****
Iran: Suicide Volunteers Being Recruited!
Baboon Mating At The Prospect Park Zoo In Brooklyn New York
The Prospect Park Zoo is a twelve acre (4.86 ha)zoo located off Flatbush Avenue on the eastern side of Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York City. Its precursor, the Menagerie, had opened in 1890. The present facility first opened as a city zoo on July 3, 1935and was part of a larger revitalization program of city parks, playgrounds and zoos initiated in 1934 by Parks Commissioner Robert Moses. It was built, in large part, through Civil Works Administration and Works Project Administration (WPA) labor and funding.After 53 years of operation as a city zoo run by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, Prospect Park Zoo closed on June 1988 for reconstruction. The closure signaled the start of a five year, $37 million dollar renovation program, that, save for the exteriors of the 1930s-era buildings, completely replaced the zoo. It was rededicated on October 5, 1993 as the Prospect Park Wildlife Conservation Center,joining an integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).The Prospect Park Zoo presently offers children's educational programs, is engaged in restoration of endangered species populations, runs a Wildlife Theater and reaches out to the local community through volunteer programs. As of 2007, the zoo housed nearly 630 animals representing 141 species; it was visited by about 234,000 people in 2007.
The Prospect Park Zoo is part of the Wildlife Conservation Society integrated network of zoos and aquaria spread throughout New York City.Located at 450 Flatbush Avenue, across from the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the zoo is situated on a 12-acre (4.9 ha) plot somewhat lower than street level in Prospect Park and is one of the smaller facilities in the WCS system. Visitors may enter through the Flatbush Avenue entrance or from within Prospect Park, near Leffert's Homestead and the Carousel.