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Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company and proud sponsor for the second straight year of the Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis, released further details about the 1,776-mile, multi-state tour that uses Indian motorcycles as therapy for wounded and amputee veterans.

The Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis hand-selects veterans from all branches of the military to experience motorcycle therapy on Indian motorcycles, trikes and Champion sidecars while riding from Los Angeles to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota. For 2016, 20 deserving veterans and veteran mentors will join the ride.

“I’m so grateful to the participants in this year’s ride and all our veterans for their service to our country,” said actor, producer and Indian Motorcycle enthusiast Mark Wahlberg. “This ride is a wonderful opportunity to support each other and enjoy the natural beauty of this great nation.”

To view a short personal greeting from Mark Wahlberg to this year’s Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis participants, visit or view below.

The program was conceived and developed by veteran Army Paratrooper David Frey and Emmy Award-winning producer and director Robert Manciero of Full Vision Productions, leveraging the therapeutic effects of motorcycle riding to create an adventure of a lifetime for wounded veterans. For the second straight year the journey will be filmed so the message can be shared with as many veterans as possible.

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Mark Wahlberg supporting our veterans Sean Carroll, Jed Morgan and Ndn Dave, with Robert Manciero.  Photo credit to Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis.


Go home with Donnie Wahlberg to St. Charles on June 2 & join him as he rocks the house for a great cause! A once in a lifetime solo concert (plus Special Guests!) to benefit Generation Rescue! It’ll be a night to remember!! Gain early access to tix & VIP After Party passes now at


We live in amazing times, where once-incurable diseases are on the cusp of eradication — if only there were sufficient funding and advocacy.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a rare disease that primarily strikes young boys. Jett Foundation founder Christine McSherry (whose son Jett suffers from the disease) is on a mission to help fund a cure and provide aid programs for those who live with DMD.

Full disclosure — I had the pleasure of meeting Christine (and her son) when we were Charity Warriors contestants during the competition’s inaugural season.

McSherry and a handful of VIP friends are making it easy to help their cause. On Monday, March 7, local star chefs will whip up delicious treats at Yale Appliance’s Boston location (296 Freeport St., Dorchester) at Cook for a Cause to benefit The Jett Foundation.

The event will offer sample light bites, paired wines, and delicious desserts from the likes of Yvonne’s Tom Berry and Juan Pedrosa, Paul Wahlberg of Wahlburgers and Alma Nove and Adam Kube of Bastille Kitchen as Jenny Johnson of NESN’s “Dining Playbook” emcees the culinary evening.

“We are in a very important time in the history of Duchenne,” McSherry said.

“For the first time ever, there is real proof that there is a drug that could stop Duchenne in its tracks; however, it is expensive to promote advocacy, and we need all the help we can get.”

Tickets are $100 and available 

PHOTO:  Paul Wahlberg, cooking at the 2015 Corks and Forks fundraiser for The Jett Foundation/Courtesy photo


Celebrities and CIBC unite for a day of fundraising to make 365 days of miracles happen

TORONTO, NEW YORK, LONDON, Dec. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Actor and youth mentor Mark Wahlberg joined CIBC (CM: TSX) (CM: NYSE) today taking to Twitter to announce that on its 31st anniversary, CIBC Miracle Day raised $6 million in support of children’s charities around the globe. On the first Wednesday of every December, CIBC traders and advisors donate their trading fees and commissions to make miracles happen for kids-in-need.

Events were held on CIBC trading floors and offices in Toronto, New York, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, London and Hong Kong. From Rachel McAdams to Michael Irvin, John Salley and John Starks, celebrities and sports stars alike joined traders to make client calls, participate in cheque donations and most importantly meet with kids, taking the time to brighten their day.

“The $6 million raised this year will go a very long way in improving the lives of children in our communities,” says Harry Culham, Senior Executive Vice-President and Group Head Capital Markets, and Chair of the CIBC Children’s Foundation. “It is the tremendous dedication and generosity of our clients, employees and celebrities in supporting hundreds of charities that helps kids rise above and reach their full potential.”

“What started over 30 years ago with a handful of CIBC Wood Gundy advisors sharing a vision that every child should experience the joy of the holiday season has grown into a tradition and legacy we are all very proud of,” says Steve Geist, Senior Executive Vice-President and Group Head, Wealth Management. “Since 1984, CIBC Miracle Day has raised nearly $234 million to help transform the lives of kids who need it most in communities across the globe and this year in Canada alone more than 550 charities will benefit.”

Join the #CIBCMiracleDay conversation on Twitter @CIBC and Facebook ( or follow on Instagram @CIBCNow.


Donnie Wahlberg, star of CBS’s hit show Blue Bloods, is dedicated to fight against breast cancer.

Midnight Warrior Long Sleeve tee is available on, where 100% of the net proceeds from your purchase will go to one of four.

Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy attend Annual Charity Day hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald and BGC at BGC Partners, INC on September 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photos by John Parra)

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Screen caps from a very emotional and nostalgic episode of Donnie Loves Jenny.  Episode Synopsis:  The family travel the country, allowing Donnie and Jenny to focus on blending their families; Jenny and Elijah join Donnie for a concert at Madison Square Garden; Elijah and Evan bond at a Chicago fair; and Donnie visits his old school.  Air date: August 26, 2015.

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