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Green New Deal Political Pressure – We Already Have A 2030 Pollution Solution, ECOFuelMax

Boca Raton, FL, November 12, 2021 -/ExPressRelease UK/- Reduce Pollution by 50% by 2030, already Developed! Should the Infrastructure 1.9 Trillion Dollar plan be held hostage to the Democratic Squad’s Green New Deal & Social Spending Plans?

A Trillion Dollars is a lot of money! How can the American Public believe President Biden’s PROMISE that there will be NO NEW TAXES for those earning less than $400k? He stated that no Americans or those who helped us in Afghanistan would be left behind. As of this Press Release more than 1,000 US Citizens, 5,000+ allies and thousands of Green Card Holding US Residents are trapped in Afghanistan. Not one update has been given. How about climate Czar Kerry flying around the word in his private jet? How about President Biden touting transformation to Electric vehicles while he still chauffeured around in a traditional Gasoline vehicle motorcade. Why aren’t his vehicles and his Secret Service driving Electric vehicles? The American Public is questioning why?.

With rising Fuel prices rising +/-$1.50 per gallon over the last 10 months and restricted access to Trucking and Delivery, costs are rising out of control. The American people consider increased inflation a TAX!

For over 10 years our leaders have been aware of have tested and have been using the ECOFuelMax a proven and guaranteed pollution solution that could reduce Carbon Pollution and Greenhouse Gases 40% to over 70% TODAY! No Chemicals, No Maintenance, it works on the Scientific Principal of Electrolysis. The cost is minimal for +/-$395 vehicles commercial vehicles could save thousands of dollars annually. Government Funded Certified Reports show it works 100% of the time on all fuel types; it only treats fuel, no warranty issues. Why won’t our leaders include a proven Carbon reducing solution instead of spending billions of dollars on studies on something that already has proven to work?

Why won’t our Government utilize a proven solution TODAY? Carbon Pollution is killing us!

I was asked earlier today at a local S. Florida Barbershop if the Government is aware of the ECOFuelMax? My answer was absolutely yes! Politician’s local or National seem not to care or are against reducing Carbon Pollution, like some Counties in South Florida. To keep the public informed, I have posted all my communications like this one online.

Our country is at a critical turning point which is 99.9% politically driven, aren’t our leaders concerned about the truth and the people they represent. Reelection is the main item on their agenda’s. Thank goodness for Senators like Krysten Sinema and Joe Manchin who appear to be listening to those who elected them? Hopefully they will not fold like others have done before them. The American People are praying.

For more information go online email or call and speak with a Human. GO GREEN Burn Clean!

The Put It In Writing Campaign to Help 600 Families With Estate Planning

New York, NY, Jun 28, 2021 -/ExPressRelease UK/- The Put It In Writing Campaign (PIIW) To Help 600 Families with Estate Planning. The current pandemic has reinforced the idea that estate planning needs immediate attention; as everyone needs to have a strategy for advance planning in their lives. The Reprogramming Institute LLC (TRI) is committed to their pursuit of helping families to put their households in order and has taken it a notch higher with the groundbreaking program of the PUT IT IN WRITING Campaign (PIIW). The goal of the Put It In Writing Campaign is to create new statistics regarding the amount of individuals who want and need to have their wishes legally documented to help clarify comprehensive family matters, especially upon the demise of a relative.

An old adage is a “Short pencil is better than a long memory” emphasizes the need for putting business affairs in writing; and it is also a known fact if one has their affairs in order it helps to avoid lengthy estate litigation and administration cost and untold hours to rectify estate matters.

Death is one of the inevitable events in the world. Despite being an unwanted phenomenon; and often unpredictable, the occurrence is certain and usually leaves people devastated. While some have realized the importance of putting their desires down on paper in black and white to ensure that no conflicts arise after they are gone, millions of others have failed in this respect, ultimately leaving the family in chaos upon their death. The Covid-19 pandemic has further brought to bear the importance of putting the necessary documents in order before transitioning to the great beyond. The PIIW team is looking to make a difference with its recently launched campaign in real time.

The PIIW campaign was created to help participants leverage the expertise of the PUT IT IN WRITING team in creating new generational habits of what it means to offer peace over panic, clarity over chaos and unity over division when it comes to family matters. The goal is to help individuals embrace the subjects of Health Care Proxies, Living Wills, Wills and Trusts; making the conversation relatively comfortable with loved ones.

The campaign will concentrate on three areas which are to help to protect the mental, financial, and emotional wellbeing of family members following the death of a relative. It will also contribute significantly to helping people plant seeds for generational wealth.

The team at Put It In Writing has garnered a reputation in this regard and has over 15 years of experience assisting families with putting their households in order and helping families to carry out the wishes of the wishes of their loved ones.

For more information about the Putting It In Writing Campaign and how to be a part of this movement, visit – www.piiwcampaign.com. The campaign continues across social media, including Facebook and Instagram.

The Impact of Covid-19 on The Mental Health of BIPOC Children and Families Virtual Event on Saturday, June 19 at 1pm

Boston, MA, June 16, 2021 -/ExPressRelease UK/– The Massachusetts Department of Mental Health will present a virtual event, The Impact of Covid-19 on the Mental Health of BIPOC Children and Families, on Saturday, June 19 at 1pm. The event will be moderated by radio producer and personality Jamn 94.5’s Santi DeOleo and a panel of mental health experts, healthcare and financial health experts.

The focus of the one-hour event will be to help parents and caregivers learn how to recognize and cope with changing behaviors caused by the pandemic. There will be a special link given to attendees to submit questions and concerns at the prior to and during the event to foster a more interactive session.

The event will start with DeOleo reading Isaac’s Story, an illustrated book written by the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health to help destigmatize and reframe how students talk about mental health for elementary school-aged children. A panel discussion will follow to and explore how Covid has impacted the mental health of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) children and families.

In addition to DeOleo, the expert panel features Financial Health Coach Curtis Chambers, Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health and Luis Borrero, also of the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health.

Again, attendees for the virtual event are encouraged to participate and submit questions for the panelists. The public is asked to register for the virtual event at https://dmh_covid19bipoc.eventbrite.com

About the Panel:
Curtis Chambers has worked as a Financial Coach in the Greater Boston area since 2017. He prides himself on delivering culturally proficient financial coaching and education practices to his clients-partners. He has also volunteered as a Financial Coach for local non-profits and in the community at-large. Curtis currently provides financial literacy classes for high school age and college bound youth. Prior to becoming a Coach, he provided in-home therapy in the Greater Boston area through a renowned nonprofit. It was through this work that the links between financial and mental wellness became crystallized for him.
 
Curtis has completed the Financial Health Counselor Program via the National Association of Certified Credit Counselors. He will be sitting for the Accredited Financial Counselor designation in August. Curtis received his BS in Psychology and Human Services from William James College.
 
Earl Miller first entered the psychiatric and foster care systems when he was 12. He went on to spend as much of his teen years in the system as he did out, which continued into early adulthood and included experiences of homelessness, hospitalization, and a great deal of trauma. Nowadays, Miller is the father of two healthy and full-of-life girls who he credits with helping to tether him to this world. He currently is the Director of Recovery in the Western Mass Area of the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health.
 
Luis Borrero is the site director for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health’s Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center in Boston. He’s an experienced clinical manager with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital, health care industry and non-profit sector. Borrero earned a master’s degree in Social Work from Boston College Graduate School of Social Work.

About the Moderator:
Santi DeOleo is a media personality based in the Boston area. Santi is currently the Co-Host and Executive Producer of Ashlee and The NEW JAM’N Morning Show on JAM’N 94.5.

With more than 20 years of experience in the media world, Santi’s led multiple successful media campaigns both as a brand ambassador, social media, and content strategist. Along with partnering with companies to successfully promote products, brands, and events, Santi runs Silo Space Media which collaborates with companies to create a distinguished and superior digital message and content. A native of the Dominican Republic, he grew up in Salem, Massachusetts. Completing his early education in his hometown of Salem, he went on to earn a Communications degree from Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. Most importantly, Santi’s a husband and father of four.

For complete registration to The Impact of Covid-19 on the Mental Health of BIPOC Children and Families on Saturday, June 19 at 1pm, visit https://dmh_covid19bipoc.eventbrite.com.

About the Department of Mental Health (DMH):


The Massachusetts Department of Mental Health provides services to adults, children, and adolescents with long-term or serious mental illness and serious emotional disturbance; provides early and ongoing treatment for mental illness; and conducts research into the causes of and treatments for mental illness. Through state-operated inpatient facilities and community mental health centers and through community services and programs provided by nearly 200 mental health providers, DMH directly serves 29,000 residents, including about 3,500 children and adolescents, with severe and persistent mental illness and serious emotional disturbance.

Vingle.Live Has Reinvented Online Dating

Denver, CO, December 13, 2020 – Jennifer Woods is an expert in the fields of online dating and matchmaking. Having worked in the industry for more than 20 years, she has developed a keen insight into the benefits and common pitfalls of online dating, particularly in the midst of a pandemic. She created Vingle.Live out of a desire to help sincere singles find each other. Each night there is a Vingle (short for virtual mingle) happening on Zoom. Local singles can get together safely in a group video chat, and a host provides topics, games, and monitoring.

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“When I saw all the different ways people were using Zoom to adapt to remote work, I saw a real opportunity to fix what’s broken with online dating.” – Jennifer Woods

As anyone who has experienced online dating knows, it is fraught with challenges. From fake profiles, to bots, to old profile pictures, to people outright asking for sex or cash, it can feel like a tremendous waste of time. Hours of swiping often results only in frustration (or worse – depression). Jennifer created Vingle.Live so singles could safely interact person to person, from the safety and comfort of home. While this benefit is always great, it is even more relevant during COVID. They can see, talk to, and really get to know someone before investing the time and energy of meeting for a date. Hosts add another layer of security, and create a fun atmosphere.

“I’ve found the Vingle sessions to be fun and relaxed, a great way to get to know new people that are also looking to date. Jennifer does a wonderful job moderating and moving the conversations along with good topic discussions. I’ve attended three Vingles and plan to attend more!” – Paul L.

Vingle.Live is a reinvention of online dating. Combining the intimacy of live human interaction with the safety of meeting virtually, Vingle.Live offers singles the dating solution they have been waiting for.

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