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Diversity Pledge Institute Launches News...

Press release | The Diversity Engagement Institute The Diversity Pledge Institute at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication (DPI) has launched its Newsroom Diversity Survey pilot, the organization’s latest effort to address the diversity pipeline problem by improving retention rates associated with diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA); and support […]

Chaseburg woman honored for cancer volun...

September 20, 2022 3:44 p.m. Job : September 20, 2022 3:44 p.m. CHASEBURG, Wis. (WKBT) – A Chaseburg woman has received top honors for her volunteer and advocacy efforts from the American Cancer Society. The ACS Cancer Action Network has named Linda DeGarmo the state’s 9/11 Lead Ambassador of the Year. The award honors volunteers […]

Pink Ribbon Charity Montserrat prepares ...

Early Prevention Saves Lives is the theme of the 2022 week of activities organized by Pink Ribbon Charity Montserrat to commemorate Breast Cancer Month. Activities are scheduled to start on October 1, 2022 and continue until October 8. Charity chair Sonia Charles said support for this year’s week was already pouring in and more opportunities […]

As third deadline approaches, 50% of sto...

Mumbai: The third deadline for commercial establishments to display Marathi signs will end on September 30. However, after conducting a review, the city official found that 50% of stores had not yet made the required changes. Earlier, bowing to the demands of several trade associations, the BMC extended the deadline for Marathi signs to be […]

Nina Waters retires from Jacksonville-ba...

Nina Waters plans to retire on Sept. 1, 2023, after nearly 20 years leading the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, the state’s largest community foundation and a leading philanthropic organization. Waters, who turns 65 next August, has been on the foundation’s staff since 2001 and has served as its president since 2004. Board Chairman Brian […]

Hartlebury’s ‘Big Breakfast’ to raise mo

SIZZLING sausages and crispy bacon will be on the menu at Hartlebury’s ‘Big Breakfast’ on Saturday September 24, raising money for Cancer Research UK. In addition to full English, a continental alternative and fruit will be available as well as a special children’s menu. Breakfasts – or brunch – prepared by chef Trefor (Corr) Cook […]

Crawford County seniors can learn more a...

Local seniors can learn more about volunteer opportunities at a special event on Friday. RSVP of Crawford, Marion and Morrow Counties, a local nonprofit serving seniors 55 and older, will host a Volunteer Fair from 10 a.m. to noon at the Bucyrus Public Library, 200 E. Mansfield St. . “This is a retired senior volunteer […]

A seed of revolt has grown in the Vaal

This article seeks to place the events leading up to the historic Vaal rent uprisings of September 3, 1984 in a proper historical context. The latest rent boycott of that day was not a spontaneous eruption but a systematic consequence of the tireless organizing efforts of tireless activists of all political stripes. The fertile political […]

Former USC social work dean pleads guilt...

For more than two decades as head of USC’s school of social work, Marilyn Flynn seemed to be the university’s model dean. She launched a unique program on military social work and secured millions of dollars in congressional appropriations for research on veterans and their families. She made USC the first university to offer a […]

Parliament meets tomorrow to consider ma...

Tuesday, September 20, 2022, 2:06 p.m.Press release: Cure our ovarian cancer In 2017, at just 32 years old, Jane Ludemann was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and told she likely had five to 15 years to live. A year later, she founded New Zealand’s only dedicated ovarian cancer charity – Cure Our Ovarian Cancer. For more […]

With city funding, Basel museums scour t...

In a new city-sponsored initiative, museums in Basel, Switzerland are investigating their collections for items that may have been obtained unethically. Some of these items have already been tagged for disposal. The project was announced last week by the cantonal government of Basel-Stadt, which set aside 250,000 CHF ($250,000) from next year’s budget for the […]

Early voting begins Sept. 23 for the Nov...

Early voting begins Friday, September 23 for the Congressional midterm elections. Candidates for the 8th, 10th and 11th congressional districts will be on the ballot in the Nov. 8 general election, along with the council and mayor of the town of Herndon. Three locations will be open for Early Voting on weekdays: These locations will […]

Hotlines and higher license fees among p...

This year has seen an increase in the number of animal attack cases, both in terms of stray dogs and pets. In July, an elderly woman was mauled to death by her pet dog, raising concerns about the domestication and training of pets. In the aftermath, several other attacks came to light, including a five-year-old […]

Five Key Tax Risks Every Educational Ins...

As students return to college campuses this fall, institutions continue to face heightened tax compliance and reporting complexities that create additional risks. It is of the utmost importance to understand some of the key risks and know how to mitigate them through proper planning and consultation. Untied Business Income (UBI) In recent years, the IRS […]

Suncorp supports cancer research event –

Suncorp champions support for cancer research event September 19, 2022 Suncorp shared personal stories from its employees about the importance of the insurer’s Spirit to Cure cancer research initiative. The three-day event saw Suncorp employees cycling over 350km across Queensland to raise funds for cancer research, support and prevention in conjunction with the charity Tour […]

Murrysville man recognized for decades o...

When Theo van de Venne was looking to move from Belgium to a new home in the United States, he and his family were immediately drawn to Murrysville. “In December 1976, we had just spent nearly four years in Brussels, where I worked for Westinghouse Europe,” van de Venne said. “Murrysville was our preference because […]

Statewide ‘Listening Sessions’ Allow Rep

Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ A series of community listening sessions are being held across the state to help the nine members of the California task force study and develop proposals for African American reparations to better understand how the laws and policies that contribute to perpetuate the effects of slavery had a […]

Tensions rise between the LA Times and i...

Perhaps Soon-Shiong’s biggest breakthrough was Merida’s hiring. The announcement was cheered by everyone in the newsroom. Soon-Shiong himself heralded it as a chance to bring stability to the newspaper – “to grow and be around for another 139 years” – and to broaden its ambitions. “His mandate will be to maintain the highest level of […]

Russia turns to recruiting trucks and bi...

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register September 18 (Reuters) – The Russian military, seeking contract soldiers for what it calls “the special military operation” in Ukraine, is using mobile recruitment trucks to lure volunteers, offering nearly 3,000 dollars per month as an incentive. A special unit parked one such truck in a […]

Mum reveals how the Starlight Children c...

A mother-of-three has revealed how a hug with her youngest revealed a melon-sized tumor on her kidney. Rosie White’s daughter Chloe was a little pocket rocket and was still trying to keep up with her two older sisters when suddenly in 2021 she started waking up in the middle of the night writhing in pain. […]

Nicaragua’s environmental groups almost

Cows grazing in the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve. Photo: Michele Carrere By confidential HAVANA TIMES – With the mass closure of NGOs, Daniel Ortega’s regime has shut down nearly all of Nicaragua’s independent environmental organizations,says activist Amaru Ruiz, director of the canceled Rio Foundation [River Foundation]. “There are no more independent environmental organizations in the country. […]

University of Maryland’s Notre Dame Wome

Notre Dame of Maryland University, a private institution in Baltimore, said it will begin admitting male students to its traditional women-only undergraduate program starting in fall 2023, a change that surprised some students and faculty. . Once the NDMU becomes coeducational, there will be 29 colleges in the United States and one in Canada with […]

Sunday Snippets, September 18, 2022 – Bi

Welcome to “Excerpts from Sunday” a weekly report from birkenhead.news. This is a roundup of important local news from the past seven days. Click or tap on each story to read the full article. A Wirral garden center and cafe, run by a local autism charity, has reopened to the public after closing during the […]

University and union agree on voluntary ...

YOUNGSTOWN — The administration of Youngstown State University and the university’s Ohio Education Association have reached an agreement regarding a voluntary retirement program. The memorandum of understanding, concluded last week, covers approximately 10 days of negotiations between the two entities. It also comes weeks after the faculty union received an email on September […]

Pancreatic cancer in spotlight as cities...

For nearly two decades, Judi Adams has brought breast cancer to light, raised awareness and hundreds of thousands of dollars for medical research. She organized for Tasmania’s landmarks to be lit pink in October to inspire people to do vital things like breast self-checks, get medical checkups and speak out about the disease. Ms Adams […]

Birmingham Museum of Art receives $3 mil...

The Birmingham Museum of Art has received two donations totaling $3 million for the endowment of two critical museum positions. Dora and Sanjay Singh provided $1.5 million in funding to the BMA’s director of learning and engagement, and the Hugh Kaul Foundation gave the museum a $1.5 million grant to support the role of financial […]

How to Participate in National Public La...

EMPIRE – You own a third of the land in America – public land where you can hike, bike, climb, hunt, swim, explore, picnic or just relaxation. National Public Lands Day is an opportunity to enjoy and volunteer for the conservation of public lands. In recognition of this special day, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore […]

FGG opposes changes to the Municipalitie...

TS’s decision to grant MPs the power to vote for the election of mayor and deputy mayor is unconstitutional TS’s decision to grant MPs the power to vote for the election of mayor and deputy mayor is unconstitutional The Forum for Good Governance (FGG) has raised objections to the state government’s decision to grant MPs […]

Sweeping Climate Legislation Is Signed B...

A comprehensive package of bills aimed at increasing California’s reliance on clean energy and reducing carbon emissions was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday. He said the moves would strengthen the state’s position as a global climate leader. Standing in front of a bank of solar panels, Newsom remarked, “We could discuss […]

Dress for success Austin – CultureMap Au

Dress for Success Austin Facebook Dress for Success Austin Home Dress for Success’s mission is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help them thrive at work and in life. Dress for Success Austin is committed to providing services and opportunities to help […]

Night Out hits the streets of the Southe...

There are only a few weeks left before it’s time to turn on the porch light and step outside for National Night Out, which falls on October 4 this year. Several communities in the Southeast Houston area have their own take on this annual event that brings together law enforcement and emergency personnel in their […]

Biker riding from Florida to Alaska for ...

Ian Randman embarks on a long journey to support childhood cancer research in memory of his cousin. By Morris Prokop on September 16, 2022 Ian Randman embarks on a long journey to support childhood cancer research in memory of his cousin. Randman, from Long Island, New York, cycles from Key West, Florida, the southernmost point […]

A teenager with a brain tumor dances to ...

A teenager with cancer has focused on her love of dancing to help her forget her condition. Eve, 13, from Portsmouth, was diagnosed with craniopharyngioma – a type of brain tumor – in 2019 aged 10, after suffering from severe headaches, blurred vision, fatigue and nausea for months. Eve underwent brain surgery to save her […]

The Purdue United Way campaign is ongoin...

Purdue’s 2022 United Way campaign is now underway with the goal of raising $725,000 for local agencies. The campaign ends on November 16. The campaign was officially launched on Wednesday, September 14 following a launch event at Purdue Mall, with volunteers, organizers and this year’s campaign chair Linda Mason, Dean of the Graduate School, and […]

Thomas More receives National Endowment ...

Thomas More University plans to use a $10,000 preservation assistance grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to fund a general preservation assessment, train staff, and purchase preservation supplies for a special collection in the Thomas More Room of the Benedictine Library. Thomas More is the only institution in Kentucky to receive a […]

Michigan climbers aim for new heights in...

Tree climbing in competition? Are you trying to break the world record during the ascent event? In beautiful Belle Isle Park in downtown Detroit? Yes please! The first attempt to break the world record of the Ascent event of the International Society of Arboriculture will take place during the 28th edition Michigan Tree Climbing ChampionshipFrom […]

Institute of Museum and Library Services...

From an IMLS ad: The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced that over the next year it will convene an interagency working group and facilitate the development of a resource portal linking research and practice in mastery of information to advance information literacy within communities. This information literacy task force is responsible for […]

In States Where Abortion is Banned, Chil...

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) Some proponents of abortion bans and restrictions say they are concerned about “not just life support” but what they call a “quality of life worth living,” saying that ‘they want to promote laws and policies that help families. […]

Charity Times Awards 2022: winners annou...

Scouts, Citizens Advice and Shaw Trust were among the big winners at the 2022 Charity Times Awards, which were celebrated last night. Hundreds of people descended on the London Mariott Hotel Grosvenor Square for a glamorous evening celebrating the best of the industry. There were cheers across the tables as Scouts was crowned charity of […]

LifeScape uses volunteer opportunities t...

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – This week is “Direct Support Professionals” week. DSPs are those who work on the front lines of caring for children and adults who sometimes need extra supervision to get through life. It can be challenging and at the same time really rewarding. It can also provide an opportunity […]

Brookhaven City Council to address distr...

FARMINGVILLE, NY — Brookhaven City Council will now be tasked with redrawing voting lines in the six city council districts where there has been controversy over gerrymandering in neighborhoods with people of color. The move comes after the city’s eight-member bipartisan redistricting committee, previously tasked with redistricting, held several votes but could not reach an […]

Bravo star beauty Cynthia Bailey teams u...

Designer Therese Marie on the runway in Paris after her fashion showcase Two fashion giants unite for a noble cause I chose to do a charity fashion show because one of my biggest supporters and dear friend recently passed away from breast cancer. It was that of the crowd that shouted the loudest. It is […]

Technical Officer – African Volunteer He

PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN AMREF AND AFRICA CDC The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), a specialized technical agency of the African Union (AU), has partnered with Amref Health Africa in pursuit of its vision, mission and goals strategic. The ultimate objective of this partnership is to redefine Africa’s health security strategy in order […]

No more distance learning, parents ask a...

Sep 14, 2022 at 11:41 am I Quality content The government has yet to set out plans for schools if heating becomes unaffordable. Font size:A–|A+ Comments disabled Parents have demanded that schools remain open despite the looming energy crisis, telling ministers they will no longer accept distance learning for their children after two years of […]

Unitek Learning to help transform Arizon...

Unitek Learning is the parent company of several distinguished educational institutions: Unitek College, Unitek EMT, Eagle Gate College, Provo College and Brookline College. By joining this partnership, Unitek Learning has committed to providing Banner Health participants with a specialized tuition rate, waived application fees, and the ability to start monthly classes at Brookline College. […]

Photos: 2nd Annual Laughlin Family Found...

Posted on September 13, 2022 Alan May, Alexa Landestoy, John Walton, Braden Holtby, Peter Bondra, Karl Alzner, Joe Beninati, Brent Johnson, NASCAR’s Ryan Ellis, Courtney Laughlin, Ken Sabourin, Chris Miller, Rod Langway, Craig Laughlin, Bob McDonald, Linda Laughlin, Wes Johnson and Caleb Green. The Laughlin Family Foundation, which raises money to fight rare cancers, held […]

Political parties point to uneven distri...

New Delhi: Political parties, former councilors and residents’ welfare associations said on Tuesday that the boundary commission had introduced large-scale variations in terms of population and area division in 250 wards – a step that , according to them, will lead to confusion among the general public and disparate distribution of development resources. The draft […]

NCLA Warns Proposed Amendments to Title ...

Washington, DC, Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The U.S. Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 would significantly reduce due process protections in title proceedings. IX and would violate the First Amendment rights to free speech, expression, association, and the practice of religion. Comments filed by the […]

Three-quarters of Canadians believe they...

TORONTO, Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — For more than 30 years, the Breast Cancer Society of Canada was the leading breast cancer research organization. Today, the organization has changed its name to become Breast Cancer Canadasignaling a renewed commitment to research-driven change. With a focus on precision oncology, Breast Cancer Canada continues its fight […]

University student transfers have fallen...

During the 2019-2020 academic year, nearly 2.2 million students transferred to another institution, … [+] but two years into the pandemic, the number of transfers has fallen by 13.5%. Getty Transfers of university students fell in the two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, falling by 296,200 transferred students, or 13.5%, according to a new report […]

Latest on Bay County Voluntary Home Buyo...

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Heavy rain and flash flooding are an all-too-familiar combination for Bay County residents. Although most areas are cleaned the next day, not everyone is so lucky. The county has been working to help a select few owners who just can’t get a break. They say that when it rains, it […]

Fundraiser Defining Beauty Black or Blin...

Nearly 200 Saleites dressed in their best for the local non-profit Defining Beauty Through Breast Cancer’s Black or Bling charity night at Portside Food + Wine on Saturday September 3 to raise funds for their new Boozom Buddies programme. There were sequins, and there were sparkles and balloons all around. There was a DJ, and […]

Sumter Senior Services-RSVP Volunteers U...

SUBMITTED Sumter Senior Services-RSVP volunteers from Sumter commemorated the 9/11 attacks by joining in patriotic acts of volunteer service as part of the National 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance, commonly referred to as 9/11 Day. 9/11 Day is an opportunity to reinvigorate the unity that swept the nation in the aftermath of 9/11, while […]

Charro, Parades, Fireworks and the Grito...

The municipal government of Puerto Vallarta, chaired, is working out all the details for the celebration of “Fiestas Patrias September 2022”, the celebration of independence from Mexico, which will take place this week. For the commemoration of the 212 years of the feat of Independence, the government of Vallarta resumes face-to-face events after a two-year […]

Citigroup: Citi Foundation Announces Rec...

New York – The Citi Foundation today announced the 12 nonprofits selected as recipients of the $50 million Community Funding Innovation Fund. Building on Citi and the Citi Foundation’s long history of promoting financial inclusion, these grants will help strengthen the work of these specialist organizations that have been an economic lifeline for America’s most […]

Cancer survivor launches national campai...

Paul Sayer – Campaigner Prost8 staff including Paul Sayer with late MP Sir David Amess The campaigner wants a pioneering therapy to be available in all NHS hospitals to provide non-invasive treatment for prostate cancer without the life-altering side effects. I received high intensity focused ultrasound treatment in 2018 and was amazed by the scalpel-free […]

UT Recognized for Excellence in Business...

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is again recognized by US News and World Report for its value and highly regarded academic programs, earning high rankings in business, engineering, and nursing in the annual survey published today. The Supply Chain Management program at UT’s Haslam College of Business continues to be ranked among the top three […]

Children of War – New Eastern Europe

It has become clear that the real goal of Russia’s war is not so-called “demilitarization”, the threat of NATO, etc., but the desire to destroy Ukrainian identity in general and Russification of the child population, which could be manipulated in the interests of Russia. September 12, 2022 – Alina Rohach – Analysis Photo: Da Antipina/Shutterstock […]

Macomb students, others seek relief from...

Growing up, Clara Davis of Warren was told to get a good education so she could get a good job. Nobody said anything about the accumulated debt. “I owe $30,000 in student loans,” said Davis, who dreams of becoming the chief operating officer of an urgent care department or a hospital but remains a student […]

Fuel costs fear for charity supporting C...

A CORK organization transporting cancer patients for chemotherapy recorded its busiest day last week amid rising fuel costs. Cancer Connect in West Cork has been running for 11 years with a total of 34,500 cancer patients benefiting from the service to date. Last week, a record number of people took advantage of the charity’s transport […]

Vericast, Amizade and Eat’n Park Hospita

Hiring? Post your job here to meet 35,000 local job seekers every week. And come back every Monday and Thursday for the latest work openings in Pittsburgh. Business and finance PNC has an opening for a finance specialist to provide a variety of fundamental financial management and accounting services for clients. Eat’n Park Hospitality Group […]

Padraig Harrington wins third PGA Tour C...

Padraig Harrington is having a blast on the PGA Tour Champions. In his first season on the senior circuit, the 51-year-old Irishman has now scored three wins, the most recent on Sunday at the 2022 Ascension Charity Classic. If you keep track at home, that now makes two wins in the last three Harrington starts […]

As California wildfire rages, volunteers...

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register September 11 (Reuters) – When a wildfire began to spread out of control near her small ranch in Hemet, California on Monday, Debby Taylor had one major concern: how to protect her donkeys. She wrote her phone number on their halters, in case she was forced […]

Bangalore News Live Updates:

Bengaluru, Karnataka News Live Updates: Attacking Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, Union Minister Smriti Irani said he should first find out who dared to break the country and walked with people chanting slogans “anti-Indians”, indirectly referring to Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar.“Rahul Gandhi is about to unite India but he should first answer who […]

How Tesco shoppers can help support Canc...

TESCO shoppers can help support Cancer Research UK, the British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK by rounding up their store to the nearest £1 at self-service checkouts. Last year, Tesco’s ‘Helping You Live Healthier’ campaign raised over £1million. The three charities continue their vital work to improve and save lives. Between September 12 and October […]

Great Bristol Run 2022: Sisters run for ...

Two sisters will take part in the Great Bristol Run 10k later this month – wearing big boobs as they raise money for two breast cancer charities. Steph Palmer, from Bristol, and her sister Sarah will run the race on September 25 in memory of a close friend who died of breast cancer aged 31 […]

What to expect from the reign of King Ch...

PTI, September 11, 2022, 12:04 PM IST The sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II marks the beginning of the reign of King Charles III. The transition period has already seen questions raised as to whether the new king can be expected to be “interventionist”. These concerns are based on several incidents that […]

United States marks 21st anniversary of ...

By JENNIFER PELTZ and KAREN MATTHEWS, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Americans remember 9/11 with moments of silence, readings of victims’ names, volunteer work and other tributes 21 years after the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. Relatives of the victims and dignitaries will gather Sunday at the scene where the hijacked planes crashed […]

Golden Knights owner Bill Foley leads th...

Tricia English had to create “a whole new future” for herself and her family when her husband, US Army Captain Shawn English, was killed in 2006 in Iraq. The army was their life. He told them where to live, where to go. They received an outpouring of love, but after Shawn’s funeral, it was up […]

Catholic colleges now offer ‘gender-inte

Saint Mary’s website references the college’s non-discrimination disclosure as the basis of the policy. Middle School States he has a “very active LGBTQIA student body” and refers to a listing of what makes a college “safe” for LGBTQ students, including gender-neutral housing and bathrooms, access to transgender health care, and “signs of pride” around campus […]

Chevron Pascagoula Refinery Hosts Volunt...

PASCAGOULA, Miss. (WLOX) — Volunteer firefighters were focused as they battled raging flames during volunteer firefighter training at the Chevron Pascagoula Refinery. Nicole Walters and John Ford of the East Jackson Volunteer Fire Department said they came to the training to further prepare. “We are used to indoor firefighting, and here it is something different, […]

There will be two candidate forums in Co...

It will be organized by the Northeast Coquitlam Ratepayers’ Association. Candidates for Coquitlam council are now set to participate in two all-candidates meetings leading up to the 2022 municipal election on October 15. And both should take place within a week. The Northeast Coquitlam Ratepayers’ Association (NECRA) has announced that it will host a two-hour […]

Will Shaffer Wins 10th Annual Saints Kic...

The 10th Annual Saints Launch Run presented by Hancock Whitney took place in Champions Square on Saturday, September 10, 2022. The 5 km (3.1 mile) race started in Champions Square with the finish line returning to the 50 meter line in Caesars Superdome. After the 5k run, younger fans were able to take part in […]

Mannan Castle Golf Notes: Play in Pink e...

MEN OF MANNAN CASTLE Thursday Friday Open August 25, 2022: Noel Marry (PH 32) 38pts, Daire Martin (PH 10) 37pts, Michael Hanratty (PH 34) 36pts. V-Par Weekend August 27, 2022: Oran Martin (PH 13) +5, Seamus Bellew (PH 21) +4, Jimmy McCahey (PH 17) +3. MANNAN CASTLE ELDERS Seniors gathered to remember the late Jimmy […]

Cap enfants launches a volunteer program...

The program is for new mothers who might be tired, worried or isolated. (Shutterstock – image credit) A family resource center in the Evangeline region of Prince Edward Island is launching a volunteer program aimed at providing relief to new mothers. Cap enfants director Rachelle Smith says the program will be inspired by a similar […]

Lifelong Rock Co. suicide prevention vol...

JANESVILLE, Wis. (WMTV) – Ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day, a longtime Rock County self-harm awareness volunteer reflects on advocacy before ‘911’ existed and why the hotline Current “988” is a big step forward. Tony Farrell is the volunteer director of the Rock County Suicide Prevention Network. He has spent 52 years volunteering to educate […]

Nonprofit uses storytelling to end menta...

In a Culver City home, a rehearsal takes place that puts mental health first. “You are uncomfortable and you cannot leave because everyone is watching you,” said Reba Buhr, performing a monologue. What do you want to know “This Is My Brave” debuted in 2014 and has produced over 80 shows in the United States […]

New Braunfels teens Joseph and Beeghley ...

Through their close friendship and shared athleticism, two New Braunfels teens have teamed up to raise $85,000 for blood cancer charity. For their hard work and determination, juniors Lance Beeghley of New Braunfels High School and Parker Joseph of New Braunfels Christian Academy have been named Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Students of the Year […]

UN panel urges Japan to end school segre...

A UN disability rights panel on Friday urged Japan to end special education that separates children with disabilities from those without, as part of its policy recommendations to the country. in favor of people with disabilities. The UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has expressed concern that a growing number of children […]

Cancer Can Rock founder offers “a good d

Cancer Can Rock gives musicians with aggressive cancers a chance to record a song and leave a legacy. A fundraiser in Virginia for the foundation is scheduled for September 24. A DC-area music producer whose credits include working with Madonna, Ice Cube, Toni Braxton and HR of Bad Brains hopes to help musicians with aggressive […]

Public Service Office Hosts Fall 2022 Vi...

Body of the review The Office of Public Service within University Outreach has been hosting a virtual volunteer fair since 2019 as part of the AuburnServes initiative. AuburnServes gives students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to submit an opportunity or volunteer with our community partners. This fall, we are partnering with a number of local […]

The Queen and segregation: “The Bermuda

Flashback: Founding father of the trade union movement EF Gordon meets the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in St George’s Town Square in 1953. Dr Gordon is predeceased by SS Toddings, MCP, who was publisher and editor of the Mid-Ocean News During her long reign, the Queen witnessed Bermuda’s 180-degree transformation from a racist, insular […]

Consumer advocates call on FTC to act on...

Consumer advocates on Thursday urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to advance rulemaking to protect Americans from harmful business data and privacy practices. “Just because the industry has become accustomed to operating without any data protection rules doesn’t mean we have to continue down this path,” said Caitriona Fitzgerald, deputy director of the Electronic Privacy […]

Games Done Quick Cancels Event in Florid...

The Awesome Games Done Quick 2023 video game charity event will not take place in Florida as planned. In an announcement Thursday, event organizer Games Done Quick (GDQ) said it doesn’t believe Florida is “a safe place for our community at this time,” citing covid-19 protocols. of the state and the Parental Rights in Education […]

Red Cross volunteer wins Pay It Forward ...

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — We decided to pay it forward to Michael Young, a hard-working American Red Cross volunteer. Laura King nominated Young. “Michael is counted on to be on a stage at all times. He is on the scene within two hours any day of the week. It can happen even in the middle […]

editorial | A look back at the 9/11 Not...

In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, tens of thousands of first responders and rescue workers descended on Ground Zero to remove the 1.2 million tons of debris that smoldered at the former World Trade Center site. Hundreds of thousands of downtown workers, residents, students and teachers have also been urged to return to […]

Purdue among 2022 Best Colleges for LGBT...

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University has been recognized as one of the “Best of the Best” colleges and universities for LGBTQ+ students. With an array of social events, special talks, support resources, and a 5 out of 5 star rated LGBTQ center within the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Purdue ranks #1 in […]

BAA announces members of official 2023 B...

BOSTON — The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) announced that 42 organizations have been selected for the BAA’s official charity program for the 2023 Boston Marathon. Entering the 34th year of the official charity program, the BAA offers select nonprofit organizations Boston Marathon entries, which are used to raise millions of dollars for worthy causes. A […]

Bellway sponsors children’s cancer chari

A children’s cancer charity has received a financial boost from Cardiff-based homebuilder Bellway Wales. The homebuilder has donated £500 to LATCH Welsh Children’s Cancer Charity, which provides support services and accommodation for children and their families who are treated by the oncology unit at Children’s Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. Bellway has also provided a […]

Will municipal elections lead to more di...

Last October, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) launched a campaign to encourage more candidates from diverse communities to consider running in this year’s municipal elections. “Having the voices of diverse genders and identities, ethnicities, races, sexual orientations, ages and abilities and more around the council table is essential to building inclusive and sustainable […]

Schmidt wants more time in Salman Rushdi...

WATCH Photo by Gregory Bacon Hadi Matar is escorted to his seat Wednesday during a court appearance in Chautauqua County MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office is reviewing tens of thousands of pieces of evidence to build its case against Hadi Matar, the New Jersey resident accused of stabbing […]

Stratford schools and service station ge...

Z Stratford staff from left to right: Laura Coxhead, Apryl Herrick, Teresa Price and Manager Michelle Kennedy. Photo/Alyssa Smith A petrol station and schools in Stratford jolted today in support of a national charity. Pupils from St Joseph’s School Stratford, Taranaki Diocesan School for Girls, Ngaere School and Z Stratford staff joined thousands of other […]

Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit, Yavapai ...

The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. Hosts Elicia Morigeau and Guy Roginson cover this week’s top local news, events and updates from across the Prescott area and beyond. This week they cover volunteering this weekend in Prescott, Thunder Valley Rally, Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit, […]

NCC suspends drafting of controversial o...

By Shelley Shan / Staff Reporter The National Communications Commission (NCC) has temporarily suspended the introduction of the Digital Intermediary Services Bill after it came under fire for allegedly hampering free speech by allowing government agencies to flag certain internet content. “Following a meeting on Monday, we have decided to refer the bill to our […]

KEES Seeks Executive Director for Bay Ar...

September 7, 2022 – Executive search consultancy and nonprofit KEES has been enlisted to find an Executive Director for the Bay Area Urban Debate League (BAUDL), an Oakland CA nonprofit that partners with schools in the San Francisco Bay Area to find debate teams that help transform the lives of their participating students. The mission […]

Betting on a cure for brain cancer

Many types of brain cancer remain incurable. For example, glioblastoma (GBM), the most common and deadliest form of brain cancer in adults, causes more years of life lost than any other form of the disease, with survival and treatment options that haven’t improved in over 20 years. . Why is it? We have encountered a […]

Italy’s fractured left calls on young fe

By COLLEEN BARRY, Associated Press MODENA, Italy (AP) — As far-right leader Giorgia Meloni’s push to become Italy’s first female prime minister gains momentum, the country’s fractured left is offering voters a contrasting feminist style of politics. Elly Schlein, a 37-year-old Italian-American national who grew up in Switzerland, cut her political organizing chops during two […]

La Jolla News Nuggets: “Cocktails on Coa

‘Cocktails on Coast Walk’ coming September 16 The Friends of Coast Walk Trail Board of Directors will present the “Cocktails on Coast Walk Party Under the Stars” at 6 p.m. on Friday, September 16 on the tennis court next to 1599 Coast Walk. The event includes dinner, a Coast Walk signature drink, music, dancing and […]

Sacramento traffic accident stops Exposi...

SR 51 traffic accident involves a rollover that starts a fire A traffic accident in Sacramento along the Elvas Freeway on September 3 injured at least one person. The accident involved two or three vehicles around 4:48 p.m., including a Honda Civic and a Ford Fusion. It occurred along southbound SR 51 at the Exposition […]

American gymnastics | USA Gymnastics Ce...

INDIANAPOLIS (September 6, 2022) – To mark the end of the 2022 national seasons for acrobatic gymnastics, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, individuals from each discipline have been honored with annual awards. Most of the honors came at the end of the USA Gymnastics Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, in late June and […]

Charles River Apparel assembles ‘school

Top 40 supplier Charles River Apparel (asi/44620) wants to ensure that all students start school on the right foot. So employees gathered last week at the Sharon, MA, headquarters to assemble 1,200 school kits for children in need, as part of a nonprofit initiative Cradles to Crayons. Cradles to Crayons provides children from […]

Draft animal birth control rules pose ch...

Although cases of stray dog ​​attacks and rabies deaths have raised concerns across the country, the protocols prescribed by the Center under the Draft Animal Birth Control Rules, 2022 for neutering and Vaccination of feral dogs and cats poses a major challenge to local agencies. The bill authorizes local authorities to conduct the Animal Birth […]

Darnhall Show hailed success of funds do...

FUNDS raised at this year’s Darnhall Show have been donated to help prostate cancer research. From vintage tractors and classic cars to dance performances and dog training demonstrations, there was something for everyone. Now show secretary Sue Langley has announced, following its success, that £500 of the profits made will be donated to charity. This […]

Women are increasingly taking the helm t...

“Wake up, there’s a tear in the sail,” were the words Vance Kaleohano Farrant woke up early one morning, five days at sea and thousands of miles from the nearest landmass. Farrant and other crew aboard Hokulea ejected from their beds below deck, donned lights, and scrambled to lower the spar to change sail before […]

The city of Cape Town is committed to ta...

CAPE TOWN – Cape Town will engage with disgruntled taxi associations on Tuesday. Avanza operators in Hout Bay blocked roads on Monday and attacked buses. READ: Cape Town taxi associations reach agreement Member of the mayor’s transport committee, Rob Quintas says they have a dedicated and skilled team to negotiate in the sector, but he […]

The 4 ballots in place for a vote in New...

This article was originally published on September 1, 6:58 p.m. EDT by THE CITY One proposal would impose a new “true cost of living” figure. At Key Food in Park Slope in June, worker Kevin Knight said the prices were “exorbitant”. | Shantel Destra/THE CITY It won’t just be candidates on your ballot in November. […]

International Charity Day: A roundup of ...

Preston is a city full of philanthropic spirit, with many charities covering a wide range of causes, both international and national. Here’s a roundup of some of the charities in Preston you can get involved with today: Homelessness/poverty A beginner’s guide to charities in Preston this International Charity Day. The Foxton Center– Preston’s main provider […]

Jackson, Miss., Volunteers deliver bottl...

Walter Houston unloads a crate of water bottles donated in Jackson, Mississippi, by the Salvation Army to Mississippi Industries for the Blind. Leslie Gamboni for NPR hide caption toggle caption Leslie Gamboni for NPR Walter Houston unloads a crate of water bottles donated in Jackson, Mississippi, by the Salvation Army to Mississippi Industries for the […]

IT businesses in Bengaluru face the brun...

Tech companies in Bangalore are being hit as waterlogging due to heavy rain has left employees stuck in traffic and campuses flooded. Various industry associations have called for the development of the city’s infrastructure. The areas that house most of the tech companies – Outer Ring Road (ORR), Sarjapur Road, Bellandur and Whitefield – have […]

The Living Tree of Bridport celebrates i...

A BRIDPORT charity that has received national recognition for the incredible work it does in the community is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events. The Living Tree started as a small cancer support group, but has grown over the years and is now a registered charity. It offers friendship, creative activities and […]

Archaeological Updates for September | ...

After a powerful community conversation on September 1 about the APC-funded slavery exhibit in Faneuil Hall, Team A returns to the trenches for the first time since 2019. With three digs planned, all focused on Boston’s black history, it’s going to be a busy few months. The first will be a poll at 42-44 Shirley […]

Ask a Nerd: What Are the Signs I Need a ...

Ruth Sarreal My favorite emails over the past few months have been from my bank letting me know that the annual percentage return on my savings has increased and overdraft fees have been waived. If you haven’t received one recently, it may be time to open a new bank account with another financial institution. You […]

Editorial: Uprooting the Culture of Impu...

END OF BLAMING THE VICTIM. When victims are blamed and put on trial through publicity – their guilt is already presumed precisely because they were attacked – the reverse logic and wickedness of the culture of impunity manifests its insidious hold on the conscience of citizens. . A distressing aftermath of the ambush of attorney […]

Helping refugees in Poland

A member of the FS family shares his “all-consuming” experience on temporary duty in Warsaw during the war in Ukraine. BY LILIA LALLY Located at Przemysl station, the World Central Kitchen has been serving meals every day since the start of the war in Ukraine.Courtesy of Lilia Lally Poland was hosting thousands of refugees fleeing […]

On Labor Day, celebrate the right to wor...

On Labor Day 2022, we should celebrate hard-working Americans who improve our lives every day. As a resident of the Lone Star State, you can celebrate the fact that you live in one of the 27 right-to-work states across the country that are now home to the majority of working Americans. This means workers in […]

DNR Works to Grow Wisconsin’s Monarch Po

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced Friday that it is looking for volunteers to partner with it in the effort to regenerate a vital part of the Midwest ecosystem: pollinators. MNR is specifically asking residents of Wood, Portage, Adams, Juneau, Waushara, Marquette, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Walworth, Jefferson and Washington counties […]

Kim Jong-Un’s COVID-19 rules put pressur

A The United Nations An expert said North Korean women are facing increased pressure to feed their families under the country’s strict COVID measures that have driven food prices up nearly 700% in the past year. What happened: Elizabeth Salmonthe UN special rapporteur on human rights in North Korea, has expressed concern about the “disproportionate […]

“Social connections” help people. Inves

When Rook Soto lost his law enforcement job in 2010 due to ill health, he had large medical bills and had to take temporary jobs to survive. For a month he was homeless and lived in a van. Soto had heard of coding academies that help people become software engineers, but couldn’t afford the tuition. […]

Great North Run from Northallerton fundr...

A mum-of-two is preparing to take on the Great North Run for the first time after being inspired by her own mother’s battle with breast cancer. Rowena Wallace, business development manager at Darlington-based Wharton Construction, raises money for Breast Cancer Now, which funds research into a disease that claimed the lives of 11,499 people between […]

City of Oakland | How We Can Help Oakla...

Download the Oak 311 app 311 is an easy-to-remember phone number, website, and mobile app that connects you to highly trained City of Oakland call center representatives ready to assist you with maintenance inquiries. routine and urgent infrastructure issues. Learn more here Subscribe to the Mayor’s weekly newsletter. Mayor’s Weekly Briefing Home Page Link to […]