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Welcome to On the Move with We Cancerve, our new television show. This 30-minute show is fun, entertaining, and educational, and it encourages people of all ages, especially young people, to get involved in community service. Our founder's motto is "There's no age limit on service." Every episode proves that even some of  the youngest people we know can truly make a difference.

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We Cancerve's youth board of advisors plus students from Garrison Forest School in Owings Mill, MD; Joppatowne HS in Joppatowne, MD; Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL, and Howard University in DC and more!

in this episode

We Cancerve is recruiting volunteers from the campus of Howard University. Contact us today if interested! 

Chef Stacia Epps of Maison Initimate Catering teaches our team how to make stir fry for 80 critically-ill children and their families at the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore

Plus,

Spotlights of youth leading We Cancerve signature initiatives from

Maryland

Florida

Washington, DC 

Camille Wlilams, volunteer

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ABOUT OUR SHOW

In each episode, we'll meet young people mostly from the greater Maryland region who are making a difference in their communities. We'll see them volunteer at events supporting local shelters, host events for children in orphanages and group homes, and raise money for pediatric cancer patients. We'll also learn about the importance of community service and how it can make a positive impact on the world.

 

On the Move with We Cancerve is a great way for families to learn about the importance of community service and to inspire young people to get involved. We hope you'll tune in here, and on Harford TV Fridays at 7 p.m. on Armstrong channel 7 and HD 101, Comcast channel 21 and HD 1084, and Verizon channel 31 in Harford County. The show will also be available online, for 24/7/365 access, at http://hcn.viebit.com.

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