Thompson’s Sport Shop is collecting used baseball equipment for Give One Glove.
Give One Glove is a Savannah-based nonprofit that collects donated baseball equipment to give to children in need, mostly in the Dominican Republic.
Give One Glove donates equipment in the Dominican Republic, in Savannah and in cities like Atlanta, Nashville and Miami. The main need in the Dominican Republic is for gloves, balls and catcher’s equipment. The nonprofit sometimes sells donated equipment to purchase more gloves or may recycle donated aluminum bats and use that money to buy more gloves and baseballs at stores like Play it Again Sports. Only wooden bats will go to the Dominican Republic.
The Remedy Food Project is bringing together experts in the field of health and wellness to educate the public on how a plant-based diet can reverse and prevent many chronic diseases and illnesses. The Remedy Live Beach Retreat conference will be held November 9-12, 2017 at the Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island in Hilton Head, SC.
Over the course of four days, seventeen leading researchers, physicians, dietitians, athletes, authors, and celebrity chefs will present their scientific findings, lifestyle tips, and recipes. Speakers include Dr. T Colin Campbell and Dr. Thomas J Campbell, plant-based nutrition research pioneers and authors of The China Study; Matt Frazier, host and author of the No Meat Athlete podcast, blog and cookbook; and Dr. Doug Lisle, psychologist and author of The Pleasure Trap. The program also includes Lindsay Nixon of Meal Mentor and The Happy Herbivore, as well as Chef AJ, Chef Jason Wrobel, Dr. Joel Kahn, and Dr. Milton Mills among others.
“One in every four deaths in the United States is caused by heart disease. By 2035, heart disease is estimated to cost our economy $1.1 trillion in lost productivity and healthcare expenditures. This devastating disease is only one of many that can be reversed and prevented by simple lifestyle choices. The remedy is literally at the end of our forks,” says Benji Kurtz, Executive Director of Atlanta-based Remedy Food Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit. “Our mission is to give attendees the best, and most credible resources to find a path to better health.”
Registration is open to the public and includes three plant-based meals per day. Day passes are available, starting at $89. The event will also feature a bookstore, book signing by the authors, and fitness classes taught by celebrity trainer, John Pierre.
Remedy Live is in its third year. In 2016, events in Toronto and Atlanta sold out. For more information, visit remedyevents.org.