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Healthcare Heroes

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Worldwide Healing Hands (WHH) wants to extend our support and best wishes to all the health-care workers around the world, who have been affected by COVID-19.  Our medical community has been greatly impacted, and we express our sympathies and support to them, as well as our families, friends, patient communities, and peers who are in the medical…

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Donors & Volunteers help during COVID

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WHH Volunteer Jasmin Clarke delivering donations to Gary Deas, Director of Hope Harbor COVID Shelter Because of you, we have been able to … Provide free medical screenings to the people at Hope Harbor Covid Shelter (for the homeless)Bring people from the shelter to our local clinics for medical careDonate medications, socks, nail clippers, combs,…

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My Loving Mother, Monica Bradshaw

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Monica Bradshaw, age 80, entered into eternal peace on February 27, 2016, with her loving daughters, Melanie Ramachandran and Paula Dhanda, at her bedside. Monica was born in Hull, Yorkshire, England, to Naval Officer William and Annie Elizabeth Bradshaw. She was the third of nine children growing up in the era of World War II.

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Saving Mothers, Giving Hope

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Dear Friends of Worldwide Healing Hands, This holiday season is an opportunity to thank our generous donors, loyal supporters and dedicated volunteers. It is also a time to extend a helping hand to mothers and children who lack access to basic medical care many of us take for granted. Your generosity has helped to save…

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Worldwide Healing Hands gives award

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KELSEYVILLE >> Worldwide Healing Hands (WHH) is honored to wish Claire Vargas all the best as she begins a new chapter of her life at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles. Vargas, a 2015 graduate of Kelseyville High School (KHS), is the first recipient of the John Paul Clarke Memorial Scholarship, awarded…

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25 things I tell my precious daughter — For parents and girls

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My daughter’s first mission to Nepal 1. You are unique in all the world. There is only one you. 2. Be a leader, not a follower. 3. Be Kind. Always. 4. Love yourself first. 5. Be yourself. Love what you love. Do what you want to do. Don’t tolerate any judgment. 6. Everyone has flaws.…

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