Toni Osbourne

Toni is an Administrative Personal Assistant and Business Executive, who loves travelling, health and beauty, lifestyle and business. She regularly spends her time multitasking.

Volunteers have been at the forefront of medical, communal, and societal reactions as the COVID-19 pandemic has decimated the world over the last year. Volunteers have been credited in headlines globally for a variety of tasks, including assisting with medical care, shopping for vulnerable neighbours, and monitoring senior citizens who live alone. Thanks, volunteers, for being on the front lines of the COVID-19 response, solving the pandemic’s issues, ensuring everyone’s safety, and being there for people and the environment! Every year on December 5th, the United Nations General Assembly declares International Volunteer Day (IVD). It is seen as a special opportunity for…

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The World Compassion Movement established World Kindness Day in 1998 to encourage kindness around the world. It is celebrated yearly on November 13 as part of the World Kindness Movement. It is observed in several nations, including the UK, the United States of America, Canada, Japan, and Australia. World Kindness Day gives us the chance to think about one of the most fundamental and unifying human values. Try to promote and disseminate this vital trait that brings people of all kinds together on a day dedicated to the good potential of both great and small acts of kindness. The goal…

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The annual National Epilepsy Awareness Month in November educates individuals on the origins and symptoms of epilepsy. Epilepsy affects 1 in every 26 people at some point in their lives. Epilepsy is the fourth most prevalent neurological condition, despite being one of the least understood. Even though epilepsy is common, public knowledge is poor, and many people are uninformed of the symptoms and signs of epilepsy as well as how it affects those who suffer from it. The purpose of this initiative is to get folks talking about epilepsy and help increase awareness about a disease that affects millions of people worldwide.…

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Military Family Appreciation Month takes place in November, it has been set aside to honour military families. Military families understand what it means to serve their country. You get up every day to support your military member, staying at their side during rigorous trainings and deployments. You’re aware of the dangers, but you choose to serve, nevertheless. While service members are serving, deployed, or training, their families provide a crucial foundation at home that allows them to feel confident in the field. Families are frequently separated from their service members for extended periods of time and across large distances. “True…

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Celebrating Make a Difference Day is limited only by your imagination, and your willingness to contribute your time and efforts to change the world. October 23rd is Make a Difference Day and it is simple, it’s all about making a difference for someone or the world. The day was originally created in 1992 by USA Weekend magazine. Make a Difference Day has seen a great deal of support from various organisations throughout the years. How can you make a difference? Well, here are some ways you can help: 1. Getting involved in your community is a great way to make…

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In the US, February is dedicated to recognising famous African Americans and their achievements, but why is it celebrated in the shortest month of the year? To be completely honest with you, before conducting research into the reasons behind why February is dedicated to black achievement I was annoyed and disgusted. Frustrated at how society believes and dictates that our achievements should be celebrated within 28 or 29 days (if we’re lucky). I still believe this to an extent but understanding the history behind Black History Month and the significance that February holds has definitely allowed me to see things…

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National Emergency Nurses Day takes place on the 13th of October 2021. This day was established to honour the devotion of emergency room nurses across the country. It’s time to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the emergency room nurses for their perseverance, service, and commitment. Their dedication to their profession is recognised as they give unwavering care to their patients and their families. Why are emergency nurses deserving of particular recognition? Simply said, they make a big difference in the lives of many every day by providing crucial assistance and support. Emergency Nurses Day, as the name…

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What is Black History Month? Black History Month is an annual commemoration of Black achievements and an opportunity to recognise our pivotal role in history. Black History Month was first proposed to the United Kingdom in the 1980s by Akyaaba Addai Sebo, a member of the Greater London Council. It was first commemorated as part of African Jubilee Year when US Dr. Maulana Karenga was invited to an event at County Hall on October 1 to commemorate the contributions of African and Caribbean individuals’ British prosperity. From this, Addai-Sebo devised a plan to recognise the contributions of African and Caribbean people to…

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Every year, millions of people are confronted with the reality of living with a mental illness. Mental illness impacts everyone, whether directly or indirectly through family, friends, or colleagues. Despite the scope and prevalence of mental health, stigma and misunderstanding are unfortunately common. Mental illnesses are essential to talk about all year but recognising them during Mental Illness Awareness Week gives activists a focused opportunity to join together as one united voice. The overall goal of Mental Illness Awareness Week is to increase global awareness of mental health issues and organise support for mental health initiatives. It allows all stakeholders focusing on mental…

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The month of October is designated as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. It’s a unique opportunity to commemorate the lives of new-borns who died during pregnancy or shortly after birth. The purpose of Pregnancy and Infant loss awareness month is to raise awareness, remembrance, and support for the estimated 1 in every 4 individuals and families whose lives are irreversibly changed by the death of their children during pregnancy, birth, or infancy. Pregnancy and infant loss is a frequent experience that has been made more difficult in the past by widely held societal and cultural taboos to remain silent, a…

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