FealGood Foundation

9-11 Truth March 10-11-08 Santa Monica Part 3 FIREFIGHTERS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9lq6P9RrOg

This amazing march through Santa Monica found its way to Firestation A, where we paid tribute to the firefighters who died on 9-11, and to First Responders who are still dying today because our government lied to them about the horrendous quality of the air at ground zero, and because our government continues to ignore them.

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http://www.wacla.org
http://www.wearechange.org
http://www.ae911truth.org

Cross Country Benefits for 9/11 First Responders



Albany, NY
November 23rd
3p.m.
8 acts come together to do what congress failed to do and help the 9/11 first responders.

This concert is going to rock. Here's what we need you to do. Do your own concert. This needs to catch on as soon as possible. I've tried other avenues of promoting this, but the truth is, me and bureaucracy don't get along very well. Yes, even bureaucracy within 9/11 truth. So do it yourself or with the group of friends who you trust. Here's what you need;

2pg promoFLYER 4 Richard Gage coming 2 UC, with intro & tie ins to healthcare

this was what i sent to some cincy911 truthers, anyone in the ohioindiatucky area though please use, again feel free to play w/it, but if you do change the footnotes (if applicable), the group @ the bottom, and remember M. Ghandi "The thruth must be prophessed w/love, otherwise it will be rejected." in your efforts. didn't come out right ass simple text so there is an attachment too.

was going to go to a health care cost talk @ zimmer, but i missed it and used some time to throw togeter a flyer, i would say version 2.1 feel free to make it 2.whatever though. i think i'm gonna get like 500 double sided ones tommorrow though, lets hype this thing!!!, peace see you guys there ----- highcard00

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$500 on its way to the Fealgood Foundation

The Red Pill production team is very happy to announce that the $500 earned for second place in the Filmclick online film festival has been sent to the Feelgood Foundation.

Thank you very much to everybody that voted. DFC

www.REDPILLMOVIE.com

Red Pill Wins Second Prize, $500 for the FealGood Foundation

The team behind the short documentary "The Red Pill" are pleased to announce that the movie has won second place in the online film festival hosted by filmclick.com.

The movie focuses on the history of the secret government and its illegal covert activities throughout the world. It then shows how all of this history led up to the greatest covert-op of all time, 9/11, and encourages viewers to push for a new investigation into 9/11.

The second prize is $500, and as promised it will all be donated to the FealGood Foundation.

Thank you to all members of the 911blogger community who made this possible. Keep an eye out in the future as we are submitting to more film festivals with the hope of donating whatever prize money we earn to the FealGood Foundation.

"First Aid" Benefit Concert to be held in Albany, NY

The Albany chapter of both 9/11 Truth and 2nd Responders will be holding a benefit concert for the forgotten heroes of 9/11. All proceeds will go to the Feal Good Foundation. Featuring music from Jared Funari, Mother Judge, Kode Blue, The Crayons, and Cultural Relativity, it is sure to be a night of amazing music and good people.

Doors open at 8:00 p.m.
388 Broadway, Albany NY
$8
21 and up.

Click to see event


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FealGood takes to film

FealGood takes to film
Local 9/11 advocacy group to spur Congress with documentary
By Jennifer Choi
August 21, 2008 | 12:22 PM

Nesconset resident John Feal's 9/11 advocacy group has made it their job to fight for sick 9/11 responders. Now they're carrying their mission to the big screen with a documentary titled "Save the Brave."

Feal, who founded the FealGood Foundation to spread awareness about the catastrophic health effects faced by 9/11 first responders, has produced a documentary to advocate the passage of the federal 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, which would provide medical coverage and financial compensation for responders who have been exposed to toxins at Ground Zero and their families.

Save The Brave: 2008 "We Remember" Walks

The 7thYear

SAVE THE BRAVE

2008 WE REMEMBER WALKS

To: All September 11 Family Members, Survivors, Responders & Volunteers

From: Rev. Bill Minson, TUDAY Ministries 310.403.0400/917.826.7255

All 9/11 family members have received an unprecedented tribute in the documentary SAVE THE BRAVE, produced by the Fealgood Foundation to urge Congress to immediately pass the James Zadroga 9/11 Health & Compensation Bill stalled in Congress as responders suffer and die.

I join the Fealgood Foundation in thanking Rosemary Cain, Bruce DeCell and Monica Iken for appearing in SAVE THE BRAVE on behalf of the 9/11 families, imploring Congress to take immediate action regarding what Congressman Jerrold Nadler calls, "a moral outrage". September will forever begin a season of healing for our nation, rocked by the September 11 attacks. I am thankful to GOD to have fulfilled a promise to stand with you for five years following the attacks as you healed.

Support Our Heroes - Make These Videos Go Viral



There is no reason why these videos should not be going viral right now. Post links on blogs, on your own website, everything. Support our heroes, support the 9/11 Responders. This is an absolute PRESSING issue right now that must be dealt with.

Thanks! -
Mark in Philadelphia
Young Americans For Accountability

Proceeds From Franklin Pierce University Talent Show to Benefit the FealGood Foundation

Student Scholars Member, Eric Jackman, is heading the organization of a talent show at the end of the semester. A significant amount of the proceeds will benefit the FealGood Foundation...

Despite setbacks, organizers have high hopes for FP Talent Show

by Arikka Knights
Exchange Staff
Auditions for the FP Talent Show were scheduled to take place this weekend, however were postponed until the end of the month.

Despite the postponements, plans surrounding the annual charity talent show are progressing with heighten excitement. This is the first year the Pierce Activities Council (formerly Campus Activities Board) has not been the main contributor to the funding and organization of the event. However, the Student Government Association (SGA) and several individuals have dedicated themselves to coordinate another spectacular event which fills the fieldhouse every spring.

The Pierce Arrow's Coverage of the North East Premiere of Loose Change Final Cut

Note: The Pierce Arrow is the student run newspaper at Franklin Pierce University.

Sorry for not posting this sooner. here is an article written by Franklin Pierce University's new Grad-assistant, Josh Bond. The article is about the North East Premiere of Loose Change Final Cut at the Colonial Theatre in Keene, NH. The event was sponsored by Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth and the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance. We were able to raise $1,000 dollars to donate to the 9/11 First Responders, many of which are very sick and are not being taken care of. Bond is a maverick, and I appreciate his support for what myself and the other members of Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth have been trying to do...

I do find it funny, however, that the Pierce Arrow titled the article "Documentary Premiers in Keene," instead of "9/11 Documentary Premiers in Keene," or "Loose Change Final Cut Premiers in Keene." Just a thought...

Documentary premiers in Keene
By: Joshua Bond

12/3/07: Franklin Pierce students Eric Jackman and Justin Martell took turns last Tuesday, November 27 calling out to Keene's Main Street through a bullhorn.

Students seek aid for 9/11 workers

Source: http://www.nj.com/news/gloucester/index.ssf?/base/news-2/119762027190310.xml&coll=8

Students seek aid for 9/11 workers

Friday, December 14, 2007

By Jessica Driscoll

jdriscoll@sjnewsco.com

MONROE TWP. Since 9/11, many first-responders have had to fight for medical benefits and workman's compensation for the injuries and illnesses they suffered, and a local group of fifth-graders have joined in with them.

The students of Doris Freeman's fifth-grade class are raising awareness of the rescue workers' plight and encouraging people to contribute to their cause.

"We researched how many first responders are now suffering from lung and kidney conditions and how the government often refused to help them," said fifth-grader Gianna Massi.

"We're trying to get people to realize this and to make donations to the Feal Good Foundation so they can be helped."