Want to Find His Hidden Treasure Worth Millions? Head Outdoors

Via: Today

By Erika Angulo, TODAY

A New Mexico multimillionaire wants you to get off the couch and go searching for hidden treasure.

Forrest Fenn, 82, believes too many Americans spend their free time watching TV or playing video games. He hopes the bounty he hid — a chest filled with millions of dollars in gold coins, diamonds and emeralds, among other gems — will prompt some to explore the outdoors.

 “Get your kids out in the countryside, take them fishing and get them away from their little hand-held machines,” he told TODAY.

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Houston Bar Gives 100% of its Profits to Charity. Period.

Via: Good News Network

The Original OKRA Charity Saloon in downtown Houston operates a lot like any other tavern — booze is purchased and poured, bartenders get paid and take home tips. But, the owners of this establishment give all their profits away.

Proceeds from OKRA’s are donated to a different Houston-based organization or social cause each month. With every drink purchased, bar patrons vote on which charity is chosen from among four new nominees each month.

The New York Times recently took a look at a new generation of pubs, like Okras, that are springing up –the Oregon Public House in Portland, the Cause in Washington, DC, and SheBeen in Melbourne, Australia — all dedicating their profits to charity.

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