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Your Letters: Great guidance

Chapel Hill News On Feb. 26, the CHN ran a letter from long-time CHCCS guidance counselor Mary Gratch (http://bit.ly/yw7KJw) regarding Project Ubuntu (CHN, Feb. 8, http://bit.ly/wd2kKa). This is a campaign in which

Project Ubuntu Send-off announced

A concert featuring Chapel Hill cellists and friends Sunday, August 12, 7:00 pm Person Recital Hall, UNC Campus Musicians from Chapel Hill and Durham, NC will come together to play a concert on

We are coming to your state

Project Ubuntu will visit 50 states in 50 weeks August 26, 2012-August 24, 2013. Please check out the SCHEDULE page to see when Project Ubuntu is coming to your state.  Then GET INVOLVED!

‘Force for good’ fuels playground dream in Freeport

Tri-Town Weekly By Mike Higgins FREEPORT – It all started because a 9-year-old boy wanted a better playground at his school. Last year, Cade Rexroad was heading into his first year at

IntheSTUDIO with Vickie Natale

HTLA 973 The BEAR Jeff Tibayan talks about Project Ubuntu on HTLA 97.3 with Vickie Natale (at 27:16 in the podcast below) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD the clip now Full Vickie Natale Podcast

Week 1: Maine

  PHOTO: Cade and his mother are both dreamers, and they helped launch Project Ubuntu in style.       “Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the

In the News: UNC Alumni Class Notes

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“Showcase Ubuntu” benefit nets £500

“Showcase Ubuntu” benefit highlights talent and message of love and Ubuntu More than 100 people turned out for Showcase Ubuntu on April 27, 2012, a benefit event staged by a team of

Project Ubuntu gathers endorsements

New York, NY – High-level leaders in the service movement across the United States and United Kingdom have voiced their support for Project Ubuntu . Endorsers of the project include AnnMaura Connolly

Helping others, one at a time

Chapel Hill News By Daniel Becton A cynical old man approaches a young girl as she tosses beached starfish back into the ocean. Glancing up and down at the endless starfish upon