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Gore Supreme Court case, foreign policy, jihad and jihadist, Paul O'Neill, Terri Schiavo, and the USA Freedom Corps.
Students seeking volunteer opportunities in their communities can find a link to the USA Freedom Corps, which lists thousands of service projects across the country.
The program is part of a national organization founded through USA Freedom Corps after the Sept.
The President's Volunteer Service Award is part of President Bush's USA Freedom Corps Greeter program, which recognizes the difference local volunteers make in the lives of others.
In January 2003, he was appointed honorary co-chair of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation, part of President Bush's USA Freedom Corps.
Though it proved impossible to get a fix on the financial contribution flowing from the association community as a whole, we do know that many associations, including ASAE, turned to larger relief organizations, such as USA Freedom Corps and the Red Cross, as contacts for collecting monetary donations.
Secretary of Education Rod Paige said the USA Freedom Corps Web site would "introduce a new generation of students to the age-old joy of community service.
Unisource is also providing its employees a list of international disaster relief organizations available through USA Freedom Corps.