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  • Provision Theater presents HEAVEN, HOW I GOT HERE
    Provision Theater Company presents world-premiere play, Heaven, How I Got Here
    Chicago-based Provision Theater Company will open its 12th season with a world-premiere adaptation of Colin S. Smith’s Heaven, How I Got Here. The play will run September 9 - October 25 with performances on Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p...
  • Boccia Individual Players GOld Medal Match at London 2012
    Parapan Am Games add momentum to Paralympic sports success
    This weekend, the Toronto 2015 organization that welcomed athletes from 41 countries throughout the Americas will roll out the welcome mat once again. This time the guests of honor will be 1,600 athletes who have jumped hurdles over physical...
  • Join the team become a Delaware volunteer firefighter
    The overlooked and hidden volunteers
    Did you know that when one calls 911 for a fire emergency, that 71% of those calls are directed to a volunteer fire department in North America?That said, the person calling who is in distress doesn't distinguish between a paid fire department...
  • Arizona has a lot to learn from Africa
    Arizona has a lot to learn from Africa
    Maybe because every day is the same—hot and sunny-- time goes fast in the desert. It seems like yesterday that ASU welcomed 25 Mandela Washington Fellows to their six-week stay in Arizona. On July 30, 2015, ASU held an emotional closing...
  • Gear for Goals brings joy of sports to children of Kenya.
    Wintrust Community Banks and Gear for Goals host sports gear collection drive.
    Doing its part to help bring sports and hope to kids in need, Wintrust Community Banks are teaming together with local youth charity Gear for Goals to host a month-long sports gear collection drive in August.Starting August 1, community residents...
  • Steeve Khawmy
    Steeve Khawly: a new voice for Haïti?
    As the race for the presidency of Haiti heats up, the already large number of candidates throwing their proverbial hats into the ring is increasing, (though some are more serious than others, of course). The candidacy of Steeve Khawly is one that...
  • Panamania Celebration in Nathan Philips Square
    Toronto 2015 Grand Finale – an Olympic Bid
    Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) President Marcel Aubut confirmed in an interview with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that Toronto is likely to join the competition to host the Summer Olympic Games in 2024. Aubut and many other sports leaders...
  • Arizona athletes benefit from competition off the field
    Arizona athletes benefit from competition off the field
    With all of the negative headlines about athletes’ and coaches’ misdeeds clogging the media, it is time to recognize the many Arizonans in sports who are doing the right things. Linking Sports & Communities LLC (LSC) is a Phoenix...
  • Race, justice and the future of Arizona
    Race, justice and the future of Arizona
    Recently, Donald Trump’s media-swamped visit to Phoenix fit the national stereotype of the State as angry, conservative and intolerant. Most Americans would be surprised to see who received two standing ovations at Phoenix College on July 23...
  • Special Olympians for 2015 World Games are welcomed in Pasadena
    Special Olympians for 2015 World Games receive heroes welcome in Pasadena
    Rhythmic drums from the drum corps at John Muir High School welcomed Special Olympics athletes on Wednesday, July 22 at Pasadena's City Hall in celebration of the Special Olympics 2015 World Games. An enthusiastic crowd gave high fives to the...
  • Photo of two female FEMA Americorps volunteers
    It's 2015. Should women with MBAs and law degrees still pursue nonprofit jobs?
    Of the nine jobs listed in “In Nine Jobs You Can Do With A Law Degree” by Renee Sylvestre-Williams, Contributor to Forbes.com, on November 2012, only three are not in the commercial sector: Public Interest Advocacy, Government and...
  • African-Americans in Arizona are givers too
    African-Americans in Arizona are givers too
    If one only believed what is shown in the traditional media, one would think African-Americans in America are either all gangsta rappers, wasting their fortunes on cars, parties and gold chains, or inarticulate, illiterate welfare and food stamp...
  • Toronto 2015 Volunteers Luncheon July 9, 2015
    New generation of sports event volunteers goes global
    What happens when an experienced sports event volunteer from the London 2012 Olympics and the 2014 Commonwealth Games teams up with a new volunteer recruit from the 2016 Summer Olympics organization in Rio de Janeiro? QUALITY. The international...
  • Debt Relief | CareConnect USA
    Altruistic endeavors are happening all across America
    Since 2005, CareConnect USA has distributed free workplace posters listing helplines for employees to call when they need financial assistance. The concept came out of sitting next to a social worker on a long flight. Today the posters hang in...
  • Toronto 2015 July 4 Luminous NIght Celebration
    PanAm torch relay lights way for right sized sports events
    Sports event planners and the Rio 2016 team should try to see Toronto this week as the city gets ready to host the 2015 Pan American Games. Building an audience for a major sports event is a major undertaking. The step-by-step approach of the...
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