The set NASA gave to NSU is comprised of about 40 pieces of space paraphernalia, including a titanium switch board, space food, an Apollo era glove, a shuttle laptop, spacesuit boots and, most notably, a $1.2 million computer.
To bring some holiday cheer to less fortunate children, on Nov. 13, Ablaze, an NSU Christian organization, in cooperation with Samaritan’s Purse, a global Christian non-profit organization, hosted their second annual “Operation Christmas Child” packaging party.
My Christmas list includes a pair of TOMS. I am slightly obsessed with these shoes, but, most of all, I love the heart behind the company. My dream would be to intern at TOMS. TOMS has helped me shop for a cause and hopefully this information has helped you find your one for one movement.
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