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  • Dominican children receive golf instruction, sports gear, and hope
    Gear for Goals’ relief efforts in full swing in Latin America
    Since its inception in September of 2012, Gear for Goals (G4G) has been on a mission to bring sports and hope to needy kids around the world. They moved one step closer to that goal with a recent mission trip to Latin America where they donated...
  • One Can
    International: Islamic infrastructure, removing the pagans
    The Islamic extremist have forced many to look deep into their hearts, not just to seek God but to ask what God teaches and accepts. Nor is this search restricted to Islam, Catholics are also being encouraged to do the same, searching for God in...
  • Nominate Your Dunkin Donuts Community Hero by October 17, 2014
    Nominate Your Dunkin Donuts Community Hero by October 17, 2014
    Do you know someone who does makes a difference in your community? Dunkin Donuts is accepting nominations for its fourth annual Dunkin Donuts Community Hero Award Program. Nominations can be made by clicking here and the last day to make a...
  • ALS Plans Sequel to Ice Bucket Challenge
    ALS plans successor to ice bucket challenge
    In an exclusive interview, Tanner Hockensmith, a spokesman for the ALS Association, says that his nonprofit organization is already brainstorming concepts to build on the phenomenal global success of its ice bucket challenge.Since late July, when...
  • Arizona Youth Sports Day 2014 will show athletes in a good light
    Arizona Youth Sports Day 2014 will show athletes in a good light
    Linking Sports and Communities LLC (LSC) is an Arizona non-profit, which encourages student athletes to stay in school, lead healthy lifestyles, and be financially responsible. Annually, LSC stages Arizona Youth Sports Days and Annual Youth Sports...
  • Sickle Cell Awareness Month
    September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month
    Sickle cell disease is an inherited disorder that causes the red blood cells to be abnormally shaped and get stuck inside the blood vessels, which makes it difficult to deliver oxygen throughout the body. This causes intense pain and can lead to...
  • Leadership On Building
    NHS announces new president Andrew L. Bias
    Andrew L. Bias has been appointed President of Neighborhood Housing Services of Kansas City, Inc., the organization’s Board of Directors announced today.Bias joins NHS from Mennonite Housing of Wichita, where he has served as President/CEO...
  • National Tri-Caucus will attack the Maricopa County drop out issue
    National Tri-Caucus will attack the Maricopa County drop out issue
    Arizona’s problems in education are well-documented: uneven distribution of resources, low national standing, low educator salaries, and high drop out rates. A recent report showed that each Arizona high school dropout results in a $421,280...
  • Executive Director Michael Arnold, LAHSA retiring at years' end
    Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Chief Michael Arnold plans to retire
    Arnold will leave LAHSA, a LA City and LA County Joint powers Authority by the year’s end after the agency searches for his replacementThe Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority says the agency's Executive Director, Michael Arnold, has...
  • A new legacy of African-American achievement is growing at ASU
    A new legacy of African-American achievement is growing at ASU
    In the early 1990’s, one might have speculated if there would be enough African-Americans to have an Arizona State University (ASU) Black Alumni Chapter (ASUBA). Total minority undergraduate enrollment in 2002 was less than 10,000. On...
  • Burgess Peterson Academy is getting fresh
    Burgess Peterson Academy is getting fresh
    On September 3, 2014, FoodCorps volunteers worked in the Burgess Peterson Academy garden. They will be helping work and improve the school garden over the next year. The garden is an extension to classroom learning and also is working to offer...
  • KC
    Tami Greenberg becomes new National MS Society Mid America Chapter president
    Tami Greenberg is the new president at the National MS Society, Mid America Chapter, effective August 4, 2014. The chapter is based in Kansas City, MO.Greenberg steps into a role previously held by Kay Julian, who served at the Mid America Chapter...
  • Sheep Lakes
    Rocky Mountain National Park celebrates 100 years with help of nonprofits
    Rocky Mountain National Park is readying to begin its year-long 100th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. Several Colorado nonprofits will assist in the commemoration.The Rocky Mountain Conservancy, the non-profit partner of Rocky...
  • Pi says bye
    Visitors get last chance to see clouded leopard cubs at the Denver Zoo
    Labor Day will be the last chance for many people to see the clouded leopard cubs Pi, Rhu and Saya at the nonprofit Denver Zoo. The three cubs will be out for public view on most of the day on Monday, Sept. 1.It will also be the final day for the...
  • Brad Armacost performs C.S. LEWIS ON STAGE at Provision Theater
    C.S. LEWIS ON STAGE returns to Provision Theater in Chicago this fall
    Provision Theater Company launches its2014-2015 Season with the return of C.S. LEWIS ON STAGE, written by C.S. Lewis and adapted by Tom Key. The production will be directed by Provision's Founding Artistic Director Timothy Gregory and will...