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All Heart at Trident
Family abuse body wins charity donation
January 6, 2004 — Kahnawake, Canada – Trident Group collaborated with its players last month to spread a little Christmas cheer in the shape of a $1,000 donation to charity.
Players at the King Neptune’s (www.kingneptunescasino.com) , Trident Lounge (www.tridentloungecasino.com) and VegasUSA (www.vegasusacasino.com) online casinos in the group were invited to nominate a charity of their choice for inclusion in a draw for the $1 000.
Following a good response, the draw was held on December 28, with the star at the top of the Christmas tree emerging as The National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence and winning the donation.
This Togel Online organisation is dedicated to the prevention of abuse of partners, children or the aged and has served all fifty US States, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Isles for the past two decades, providing public awareness and education materials, program and resource development consulting and training to a growing network in this critical social area.
Many celebrities, headed by television personality Oprah Winfrey have helped the NCCAFV to awaken public interest and support through campaigns in print media, television, radio and posters such as “Children Should Be Seen And Not Hurt”. The body has also become an international leader in its field with the formation of the Geneva-based International Forum for Child Welfare.
Trident spokesperson Scott Gaines said, “We could not have picked a better charity than this one, focused as it is on preventing the physical and mental abuse of those with only a limited capability to defend themselves. The NCCAFV gives practical advice as well as campaigning publicly against this evil and has our full support.”