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Saints & Sinners Festival 2009
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One of our goals at Ducat King is to maintain a strong commitment to community involvement, global awareness, and socially conscious action. We encourage everyone to educate themselves about social issues and current events. We also encourage everyone to take action and volunteer their time, money, and heart to issues or causes that help make this world a happier and healthier place.

A portion of Ducat King's profits will be donated to the following charities that we support. Please take a moment to check out these links and get involved or donate if you can. Also, if you are aware of any charities that you think are doing great things for the community or this world, please share with us at ducatkingquestions@gmail.com. Please make the subject of your email: TAKE ACTION NOW.


The United Nations calls Darfur “the world's greatest humanitarian crisis.” The United States government calls it genocide. Whatever its name, the ongoing violence in Darfur is still escalating four years later. Conflicts between tribal militias, stoked by the Sudanese regime, have left over 400,000 dead and 2.5 million displaced from their homes. Fighting has reduced villages to ashes, crops to barren fields. As the world continues to debate protection and peacemaking, we must act now to ensure that humanitarian aid reaches the people of Darfur before it’s too late.

MySpace has decided it cannot sit idly by without directing its millions of eyeballs toward Darfur. MySpace bands are coming together to help the people of Darfur, and to send a strong message to the world that this crisis must end now. Show your support and go to a ROCK FOR DARFUR show on November 10. A portion of your ticket purchase will go directly to the Save Darfur Coalition, and to Oxfam’s Sudan Crisis Relief and Rehabilitation Fund. Visit myspace.com/rockfordarfur for details and to find out how you can get involved.


Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. Together with individuals and local groups in more than 120 countries, Oxfam saves lives, helps people overcome poverty, and fights for social justice.


The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots environmental organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and  60 chapters across the United States and Puerto Rico, with international affiliates in Australia, Europe, Japan and Brazil.




On January 27, 2006, J. Robbins and Janet Morgan welcomed their first child, a son named Callum. When Cal was 8 months old, he was diagnosed with a genetic motor neuron disease called Type 1 SMA, or Spinal Muscular Atrophy. SMAis a deadly and relatively common genetic disease that affects the brain's ability to communicate with the voluntary muscles that are used for activities such as crawling, walking, head and neck control, breathing, and swallowing. Type 1 SMA affects the respiratory or breathing muscles of infants in the womb or shortly after birth. The progressive weakening of the chest muscles leads to respiratory infections and eventual death, usually by the age of two. There is currently no cure for SMA. Cal will never be able to walk and to compound this horrible situation, his medical treatment (which includes progressive alternative treatments) has been and will continue to be incredibly expensive. Every dollar you donate will provide Cal and his parents support to pursue treatment for this terrible disease. For more information on SMA, visit the Spinal Muscular Atrophy Foundation website.



Animal Haven Shelter in New York carefully places abandoned cats and dogs in loving homes, as well as gives lifetime care for those who cannot be placed. They fulfill their no-kill mission through adoption programs at their shelter in Queens, NY, their Mobile Adoption Program, and their upcoming Adoption Center and Boutique in SoHo. Animal Haven Acres Sanctuary and Rehabilitation Center, located in Delaware County, NY is where hard to place dogs and cats can live out their lives in a homelike setting.