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Hey V.I.T.'s (very important tweens and teens) Deko and Posh here. Our blog is a view of all the news happening around the world that effects us. We find the Top Stories of the Day and we post them for you to read. We would like your input on all these issues we face today as tweens and teens. Nothing is off limits. If you want us to discuss something leave us a comment or send us an email at or

Our Mission: To empower all V.I.T.s to make positive changes today for a better tomorrow by volunteering, giving back, becoming leaders and teaching others to do the same.

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Nominate a Tween or Teen for the D.A.P.L Award

Driven and Passionate Leaders

Nominate a Tween or Teen that is making a difference
D.A.P.L. (Deko and Posh) here...We are going to be highlighting tweens and teens every month on making a difference either through volunteering, awards, activities, and/or making a difference. Here are the rules, you can nominate yourself or someone can nominate a V.I.T., the tween or teen must be between the ages of 8-19, an essay and/or write-up about yourself or the person you are nominating must be emailed to us at, we need the full name-age-gender-and location (address not necessary just city, state), please tell us all you can so we can make our choices. We look forward to hearing about what all our V.I.T.s (very important tween & teens) are doing to make a difference.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Daily Good Gossip

Five Olympic Athletes That Do Good

The highly anticipated 2012 London Olympics are finally here. To kick off weeks of swimming, gymnastics, soccer and more AMAZING sports, we want to highlight five fierce competitors that have helped out, while bringing home the gold.
  1. Michael Phelps. The swimming champ founded the Michael Phelps Foundation. This organization promotes healthy and active lives for children by providing them with opportunities to participate in swimming.
  2. Ryan Lochte. Even more impressive than the Phelps vs. Lochte showdown (we can’t wait) is Ryan’s charity work. He is currently spokesperson for Parent Project, which is a parenting skills program, and the Mac Foundation, which raises funds for drowning awareness.
  3. Venus Williams. The tennis star used her skills for good by playing in a charity tennis game for the Dream Vaccines Foundation and Women's Sports Foundation. She was even honored for her charity and humanitarian work with the 21st Century Leader Award.
  4. Kobe Bryant. The basketball pro started the After-School-All-Stars program. This awesome sauce program brings cultural education programs to thousands of young people living in low-income areas.
  5. Allyson Felix. The track runner is an ambassador for the Children’s Miracle Network, which raises money to help operate children’s hospitals across the country. Allyson also ran a 5km race to raise money for the senior center in her hometown of Santa Clarita. 

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