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amc: Amc cuts property tax rebate for Gi...

Ahmedabad: After almost two decades, the 75% reduction in property taxes that the Municipal Corporation of Ahmedabad used to extend to the GIDC estates of Vatva, Naroda, Odhav and Kathwada will now be reduced to only 50%. Despite constant requests from professional associations, the AMC has refused to reverse its decision to revise the reimbursement […]

Essential Seattle Museums | Seattle Met

At their best, museums transport you to the fjords of Norway, to the pixelated landscape of Minecraft, to previously unimaginable worlds of color, light and shadow. These institutions, from the region’s largest visual arts collection to a museum dedicated to pop music and geek culture, do just that. A necessary complement: There […]

NHS cancer patients will receive pioneer...

Thousands of NHS cancer patients who have exhausted all other options are being offered liquid biopsy blood tests to pair with personalized medication. Breakthrough genetic analysis gives patients a better chance of successfully trying new treatments. A pioneering program piloted by the Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester has proven so successful that it is […]

TN Volunteers credited for bidding final...

Express press service MADURAI: At a time when the pandemic has claimed many lonely lives, Indian Popular Front volunteers have joined hands in bidding a free farewell to Covid victims. In recognition of services rendered during the two waves of the pandemic in performing the last rites of Covid patients, the District Unit of the […]

Local nonprofit halts weekly cleanup cam...

After two years of community service, Live Life Always (LLA) has decided to stop conducting its weekly volunteer service. The non-profit organization’s co-founder, Sean Williams, recently announced on social media that the organization would stop its weekly clean-up campaigns in and around Fourways. The organization that champions a clean, safe and litter-free environment was started […]

Alarming racial inequality on third shot...

A A charity has said there is “alarming” racial inequality in England for people who are severely immunocompromised and need a third Covid-19 vaccine. Blood Cancer UK said 84% of immunocompromised people of white British descent had received three doses of the vaccine by mid-December, compared with just 43% of immunocompromised people of Pakistani descent. […]

Voice of Skeena | Tracey Davidson share...

Tracey Davidson never thought that her love for volunteering activities would see her one day leading a volunteer organization. When she moved to Terrace from North Vancouver in 2011, she joined Volunteer Terrace (VT) as the Volunteer Community Engagement Coordinator. She found herself loving volunteer work more and more, and it even helped her through […]

Despite EU promise to end incitement, Pa...

Palestinian Authority textbooks have remained largely unchanged and still contain incitement to violence and hatred despite European Union promises to work with the PA to revise them, according to a study by the Palestinian Authority. Israeli nonprofit IMPACT-found last week. Following an in-depth study of Palestinian textbooks conducted in 2021, a European Union spokesperson said […]

Charities benefit from the Christmas For...

Hope Cancer The Hope Wellness Center at Hope Cancer Resources offers a yoga, meditation and fitness class for cancer patients and caregivers in person, via Zoom and YouTube. Their team of counselors and social workers supports cancer patients and their families on a daily basis with a focus on emotional health no matter the circumstances. […]

Young volunteer pilot flies future servi...

A 22-year-old pilot took to the skies on Wednesday, making a very special delivery from Santa Rosa to Southern California on behalf of local nonprofit Canine Companions. Pilot Owen Leipelt transported Kelly and Limerick, 8-week-old Goldador Mix puppies, to new homes with volunteer trainers in Carlsbad from the Sonoma Jet Center. It was Leipelt’s second […]

‘clean the drains to retard the growth o

Kochi: Although the company authorities blame the public for the increase in the number of mosquitoes, the city’s residents’ associations are of the opinion that the civic body’s botched efforts to clean up the breeding sources of the larvae such as sewers and waterlogged areas helped mosquitoes spread and grow. Rangadasa Prabhu, chairman of the […]

GOP senator admits religious freedom mea...

By James Finn | DETROIT – A Christian adoption agency that is part of a progressive denomination just used a Tennessee law to prevent a Jewish couple from adopting a child, who is now languishing in state care. The same agency had previously used the law for its intended purpose – refusing to work with […]

High school grads scramble to rack up vo...

“We usually kind of have opportunities in our back pocket — they come to us, and we can reach out to the kids we care about,” said Kara Provenzano, principal of White Pines Collegiate & Vocational School. High school students graduating this school year must show proof of completing the required 20 hours of community […]

Elderly man dies of hypothermia on busy ...

The death of an 85-year-old man from hypothermia in a busy district of Paris after falling and spending nine hours lying and ignoring during a freezing night has sparked outrage in France and beyond. Swiss photographer Rene Robert, known for his shots of some of Spain’s most famous flamenco stars, died last week after slipping […]

Granums leave a legacy at the Besser Mus...

ALPENA – The Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan is proud and pleased to announce the receipt of a legacy gift from the estate of Robert and Jacquelyn Granum. The donation was entrusted to the Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan to help the museum preserve and interpret Alpena’s long and rich history. The […]

Preserving non-starchy vegetables increa...

Home » Health » Canned non-starchy vegetables increase the risk of stomach cancer January 29, 2022 Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide, causing almost 10 million deaths in 2020, and this despite billions of investments in the search for a cure, however, progress is being made and one encouraging area is risk reduction. […]

Bishop of Cabo Delgado: “The attacks on

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has visited areas affected by the war between the country’s armed forces and guerrillas linked to the Islamic State. Although his message is optimistic, the situation in Cabo Delgado, the most affected province in northern Mozambique, remains chaotic, according to civic organizations working in the region. A Human Rights Watch report […]

GOP lawmaker admits ‘interest in’ religi

December 5, 2017-Umbrella with religious messages displayed at the Supreme Court in support of Masterpiece CakeshopPhoto: Shutterstock A Republican lawmaker has admitted in public that the purpose of his “religious freedom” is to legalize discrimination against LGBTQ people. For years, LGBTQ advocates have argued that religious exemptions — whether passed through legislation or created by […]

Dalkeith Country Park raises £16,850.26

Presentation of CHAS checks at Dalkeith Country Park. The partnership began in May 2019 with the goal of raising significant funds for children with life-limiting illnesses through a series of events and company-wide donations, and has been extended to end beginning of January 2022 due to the pandemic. CHAS Managing Director Rami Okasha said: ‘Dalkeith […]

The Medical Volunteer Center Announces F...

TOWNSHIP OF FERGUSON Medical center volunteers is closing in on its goal of raising $10 million for its new, larger facility. Cheryl White, CEO of CVIM, announced at a community event on Thursday that she has already raised more than $6 million for her “Build for a healthier future campaignthanks to the support of CIHM […]

What media education and digital citizen...

The government wants to educate young citizens about media and digital citizenship. A good initiative, provided you know what we are talking about. Edifying example with the role of the media in the health crisis. In a joint statement, the Ministries of Education and Culture ardently plead for media and information education for young people […]

Cleveland-area entrepreneurs will receiv...

An effort to support women- and minority-owned businesses on the southeast side of Cleveland is part of a new small business relief program in Cuyahoga, Lorain and Ashtabula counties. The Entrepreneur-in-Residence program, funded by Huntington Bank, will connect 11 nonprofit organizations with local businesses, providing them with skills, training and funding opportunities. In Cleveland, the […]

Distraction Brewing Company, local artis...

BOSTON (CBS) – A beer designed to give back. “It’s refreshing, it’s foggy. It’s delicious,” said Lora Estey, co-owner of Distraction Brewing Company. But “Tommy’s Distraction” isn’t just a matter of taste. Distraction Brewing Company has launched a new year-long campaign where they will partner with local artists to create a charity beer. READ MORE: […]

Edgar S. Cahn, legal reformer advocating...

“I don’t think we would have seen such a role for lawyers in the war on poverty without him,” said Peter Edelman, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center who worked on Great Society legislation for the senator. Robert. F. Kennedy, said in an interview. It was only the first chapter of what was to […]

Industry Big Names Form Advisory Board t...

The names of international industry and business leaders, who will sit on the advisory board of the new Global Leadership Forum to bring together industry leaders from around the world to focus on the key issues facing society and the infrastructures in the broad sense, were announced by FIDIC, the International Federation of Consulting Engineers. […]

Non-profit organization restoring nutrit...

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Apple Seeds, a local educational nonprofit, is reviving its school nutrition education programs supported by a grant from the Walmart Foundation. The Cooking In The Schools program teaches students cooking skills combined with nutrition education to enable them to enjoy and choose nutrient-dense foods. During the school day, students learn how […]

Chemo comfort bags delivered to QA after...

Jenna Murray, 41, from Port Solent, hand-delivered 125 chemo comfort bags on Monday, with her husband Alyn Murray and neighbor Richard Simmons, at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham. The donation comes after Jenna’s friends and family, including Alyn and their 13-year-old son Connor, took part in a 75-mile ‘Tower to Tower’ walk from Tower […]

UniCredit agrees 1,200 voluntary job cut...

A UniCredit logo is seen in downtown Milan, August 18, 2014. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Italian bank UniCredit (CRDI.MI) has signed an agreement with unions for 1,200 voluntary job cuts which will be partly offset by 725 new hires, the country’s biggest banking […]

Rani Dhir: An Appreciation by Ann Leslie

Following the sad news of Rani Dhir’s passing, one of Lar Housing Trust’s Trustees, Chief Executive Ann Leslie and Chairman Philip Rodney shared her appreciation. I remember reading Rani’s resume when she first joined the Lar Board of Directors and was amazed at the number of her notable accomplishments as well as the scale and […]

Jung Selected as AAAS Scholar for Distin...

Photo by University Relations Ranu Jung, Founding Executive Director and Chair of the Institute for Integrative and Innovative Research (I3R) at U of A and Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering. Ranu Jung has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general science society and editor of […]

Volunteer Special Assistant – Sheriff’s

++OPENING DATE :++ 05/01/22 ++CLOSING DATE:++ 05/31/22 11:59 PM CET ++TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT:++ Volunteer ++SITE:++ Varies, Minnesota ++DEPARTMENT:++ Sheriff’s office ++THE POSITION++ Join the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office as a volunteer Special Deputy! You will have the opportunity to broaden your public safety experience and make a difference in the community by promoting equal justice, […]

‘Stars Of The Valley’ Returns With Golf

TEMECULA, Calif. — Charity for Charity, a Temecula-based wish-granting organization, is expanding its Stars of the Valley event in 2022 with a golf tournament. All will be held at the Pechanga Resort and Casino from this Friday, according to the organizers. Stars of the Valley founder Charity Prestifilippo hopes the tournament will become an annual […]

The Association Between Sexual Orientati...

There were 3872 people who met all inclusion and exclusion criteria, including sexual orientation. 3334 people met all other inclusion and exclusion criteria except that they did not state their sexual orientation and therefore should be excluded from the study. Thus, 46.27% of patients were excluded for not having indicated their sexual orientation. Patient demographics […]

Who is on the board of the New Gates Fou...

No former Microsoft executives have been named to the board, although two of the foundation’s former CEOs came from the software company (as did Ms. French Gates and, of course, Mr. Gates). There are other signs of a slight loosening of the founders’ grip. Mr. Suzman authored the organization’s 2022 annual letter, a document that […]

Bin your bra! National Roads Program in...

A major road project in Fenland is calling on women to donate their bras to help raise funds for pioneering breast cancer research and to support countries in Africa and around the world. The A47 Guyhirn National Motorway Junction Program team have partnered with the charity Against Breast Cancer and are appealing for your help. […]

Community volunteers breathe new life in...

On a stretch of the Potomac River flanked by multimillion-dollar homes sits an 8-acre island with a rustic cabin — and lots of potential. Until recently, its prospects were hidden under two decades of excessive growth. But a brand new Minnie’s Island Community Conservancy discovered its natural character and dreamed of its future. “This place […]

Community briefings: event postponed, Ki...

Los Altan of the Year event moved to April 19 Following the surge of the omicron variant, the Los Altos Town Crier’s dinner and in-person program honoring Los Altans’ 2021 Penny and Roy Lave of the Year has been rescheduled to April 19. The Town Crier’s staff announced the honor in December. The Lava headlined […]

Charity workers and a doctor among 12 Ce...

For Tex O’Grady, receiving an Order of Australia medal for his tireless charity work is tinged with sadness. Key points: Twelve Mid North Coast residents received Australia Day honors A rural doctor and charity workers are among those recognized Conservationist Sue Lennox is one of 155 people nationwide to receive a Member of the Order […]

Local mentorship program short of volunt...

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lowcountry, a Charleston-based mentoring program that matches volunteers with children in need, is looking for more volunteers to serve their community as National Mentoring Month draws to a close. The nonprofit that serves tri-county youth through professionally supported, one-on-one mentoring relationships said it has hundreds of potential “little ones” […]

Identity Automation Partners with Global...

Partners Collaborate to Raise Cybersecurity Standards in K-12 Education as School Districts Face Unprecedented Threats HOUSTON, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Identity Automation, the digital identity platform for education, and K12 SIX, a nonprofit division of the Global Resilience Federation (GRF) that focuses on promoting cyber resilience for Public school districts and private schools across […]

Negotiations resume as public safety con...

Tuesday January 25th, 2022 by Amy Smith With contracts between the city and Austin’s three public safety associations set to expire in September, the Public Safety Commission heard presentations and perspectives from each of the groups and the Austin Justice Coalition on Monday. The Austin EMS Association, whose uniformed members serve Austin-Travis County emergency medical […]

Volunteers Wanted for County Adoptive Gr...

STEUBENVILLE – The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development is working with AmeriCorps Seniors to expand opportunities for seniors in Columbiana County. COAD has hosted the Foster Grandparent Program since 1971. Today, the program run by AmeriCorps Seniors brightens the lives of 280,000 children nationwide. The Columbiana County Foster Grandparent Program is looking for volunteers to […]

TNBC’s deceased East Lancs woman recalls

TWO people are raising money to support a new breast cancer charity following the death of a close family member. Lewis Baxter, 23, and Judith Robinson, 49, were the son and sister of Ruth Baxter, who died of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) in July 2020. She had spent more than 10 years as a […]

COVID-19 Analysis for Global CPA and Man...

New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect has released a new publication on the Management Consulting and CPA Services Market, titled “Management Consulting and CPA Services Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. The publication provides an in-depth assessment of global automotive chassis dynamometers. market based on competition, market dynamics, market segmentation and other vital aspects. The […]

Pink Week 2022: The Tab meets this year’

Pink Week is back in person, and it’s bigger and better than ever! Each year the students organize a series of Pink Week events to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer charities. Pink Week began in 2014, when Clare College student Nina Rauch set it up to celebrate her late mother. Since then, Pink […]

Mayor Fischer and Community Partners Ann...

Mayor Greg Fischer today joined community partners to announce the start of free federal and state tax preparation assistance for eligible residents. The Louisville Asset Building Coalition, or VITA, and AARP’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Programs provide IRS-trained and certified volunteers to offer free tax services online or on select deposit sites. VITA is available […]

XL Construction’s Richard Walker named C

MILPITAS, Calif., January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richard Walker, a nearly 30-year veteran in the construction and real estate industries, has been promoted to Managing Director of fast-growing XL Construction Northern Californiageneral contracting company based in Montreal. He assumed the role as part of a planned leadership transition, along with the company’s co-founder and former […]

New nonprofit wants to design cheap drug...

Britain’s RECOVERY trial, a platform study evaluating several potential treatments for Covid-19 using the NHS network of hospitals, has proven to be one of the most successful pandemic attempts, likely saving hundreds thousands of lives. Its creators want to tackle other diseases in the same way, and they got money from Big Pharma to get […]

OPENING OF THE PUBLIC VOTING FOR THE RED...

Online voting has officially opened to the public to decide which of the 3 finalists will become Red Funnel’s 2022 Charity of the Year. Red Funnel colleagues have already had their say and shortlisted 3 worthy candidates: Young Lives Vs Cancer, Royal National Institute of Blind People and Independent Arts. The public now has until […]

Piedmont Newton is accepting application...

COVINGTON, Ga. – Piedmont Newton Hospital is accepting applications for the hospital’s annual Summer Youth Volunteer Program. The program is for Newton County 10th, 11th and 12th graders, as well as the children and grandchildren of Piedmont Newton employees and volunteers. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 4, 2022 at 5 p.m. “The Junior […]

Island woman selected for Nebraska Busin...

LINCOLN — The NE Chamber and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Business announced the 2,022 inductees into the Nebraska Business Hall of Fame, including Gloria Thesenvitz, founder and chair of the board of Nova-Tech, Inc. on Grand Island. The other inductees are Mike McCarthy of McCarthy Capital of Omaha and John Sampson of Sampson […]

Canby Music Store welcomes new talent

Canby Music, Canby’s local source for sales and rentals of instruments, supplies and lessons, has recently expanded its stable of musical talent and instruction with the addition of Christian Engerman and Lana Szenasi. Like many budding young musicians, Engerman got his start in school, albeit at a younger age than most. “I started playing the […]

Chris Lane’s dad undergoes surgery for c

Chris Lane is grateful for the prayers and well wishes of fans as he grapples with a family crisis. Her father, Tony, recently underwent surgery as part of cancer treatment, he revealed on Instagram on Thursday (January 20). So far, he explained, the operation has been a success. “You all, I appreciate all the prayers. […]

Marathon County Volunteer Opportunities:...

Find more donation and volunteer opportunities! Visit the United Way Volunteer Connection volunteer website at www.unitedwaymc.galaxydigital.com. Response to COVID-19. Please follow all recommendations from the federal government, the Center for Disease Control, and the Marathon County Health Department. Spring cleaning. Marathon County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to help with spring cleaning. Duties will […]

Faster internet speeds linked to lower c...

Faster internet access has significantly weakened civic participation in Britain, according to a study which found that involvement in political parties, trade unions and volunteering decreased as web speeds increased. Volunteering in social services dropped by more than 10% when people lived closer to local telecommunications clearinghouses and thus enjoyed faster web access. Involvement in […]

Coleman Museum receives gift from CHA Cl...

The Coleman Museum and Gallery at Heritage Hall (CHAPS) recently received a donation of $3911.72 from the Coleman High School Class of 1965. The presentation of the class, represented by Ralph Terry and Diann Dunn Dillingham, which did not able to attend the presentation, was made in honor of all their class members, deceased and […]

Australian Survivor star Felicity Palmat...

Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn star and surfer Felicity Palmateer, 29, lends her star profile to the Boards up for Cancer charity event on February 19. Event organizers hope more than 800 West Australians will join a queue with their surfboards, stretching two kilometers from Scarborough to Trigg, in aid of the cancer support charity […]

A vote for strong civic governance: TN i...

As political parties select their candidates for urban local bodies, experts point to the significant difference elected local bodies can make in urban governance. The January 27 deadline set by the Supreme Court due to expire in a few days, Tamil Nadu will soon see elections for local urban authorities (ULB). There are enough clues […]

Wells citizen honored as annual voluntee...

Mike Schrader was born and raised in Wells and recently received the city’s Volunteer of the Year award in recognition of his many contributions to the community. During a winter evening held on Monday, January 10 at 6 p.m., Wells honored a very special member of its community: its annual volunteer of the year. “We […]

Michigan’s state-owned companies are mak

The 2021 Women in the Workplace report published by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Co. noted that women hired into entry-level positions begin to lose ground from the very first promotion, she said. There is gender parity at the entry level, but with the first promotion the gap begins to widen. There are fewer people progressing […]

Lung cancer: symptoms include raised spo...

There is no national lung cancer screening program in the UK. Your doctor might perform routine blood tests and find that you have an elevated platelet count, as this could be a sign of lung cancer. Cancer Research UK says early detection of lung cancer can mean it’s easier to treat, so if you notice […]

VITA hosts final volunteer training ahea...

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) – Staff at the United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program in the North Texas area are ready to open next week on Jan. 25 to customers who have need help doing their income taxes. “There are five or more different ways to take the training. The hardest part is sitting […]

Parks, schools and lakes to get a makeov...

Chennai: The Greater Chennai Corporation is set to undertake work on 70 projects including development of parks, roads, lake rejuvenation, among others under the Namakku Naame Thittam. Greater Chennai Corporation Commissioner Gagandeep Singh Bedi said the civic body has up to ₹45 crore allocated for the scheme and will put the money into use. The […]

Concert in memory of a charity hero

Printed and digital download photos available A VERY special annual concert is due to take place one last time at Launceston Town Hall on Sunday to honor a man who has dedicated his life to helping others. Bob Johns MBE spent many years raising money for cancer research and care with his charity, The Roberts […]

St. Anthony: Retired Target Manager Figh...

Gerard Bodell, a retired Target CFO, volunteered three years ago to advocate for Hennepin County youth in foster care who face the court system either through dating of their parents or in family court. Now he also leads the nonprofit that supports volunteers, Minnesota Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Recently, he spent a lot of […]

Memorial Day: honor of merit to Maria Lu...

Thursday, January 27, Remembrance Day, the The Municipality of Arco remembers, as every year, Eva Haas Flatter, Arturo Cassin and Gino Tedeschi, deported from Arco and died in Auschwitz, and honorary citizen of Arco, Leo Zelikowski, a survivor of the hellish death camps and a valuable witness to peace and reconciliation. And he gives the […]

Community Foundation of North Central Ma...

FITCHBURG — The Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts announced that it launched the 2022 North Central Massachusetts Racial Equity Grant Program — Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 17, according to a press release from the foundation. The program will distribute $58,500 in grants to selected nonprofits serving all 33 communities in north […]

Cervical cancer: Women with learning dis...

As we mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, charities including Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust have urged people to get screened Women with learning disabilities are half as likely to have had cervical screenings as those without (Graphic: Mark Hall/JPIMedia) Women with learning disabilities are half as likely to have undergone cervical screenings as those without, according […]

‘Like witnessing a birth in a morgue’: V

Jhe trees are not exactly imposing. Slender and spiky, with limbs clutching small, sharp leaf pom-poms, they look like anything a child might imagine. Or maybe Salvador Dalí. Even the name Joshua treeseems a bit clunky. On a cold, wet December morning, I stood in a makeshift camp in the Mojave National Preserve in San […]

Rajasthan: Alwar Civic Corps ‘clean up’

ALWAR/JAIPUR: Even as the state government awaits the Centre’s response to its request for a CBI investigation into the case of the young Alwar girl who was found injured, the local civic authorities have cleared the place on the flyover where the minor was found bleeding. On Friday, Alwar nagar parishad washed over the flyover, […]

USM President Rodney Bennett resigns

Rodney Bennett, president of the University of Southern Mississippi. Credit: usm.edu Rodney Bennett, who made history as the first black president of the University of Southern Mississippi, announced his intention to step down in June 2023. “Now is the time for me to stand down for another person to pave the way for the next […]

White Bear Lake students raise money for...

Like all elementary students, Mason Behrends spends the school year honing his math and language skills. But as a fourth grader at Willow Lane Elementary in White Bear Lake, Mason also studied how best to help others. “I learned that you don’t need money to serve others, you just need happiness and time,” he said. […]

Medical Students Collaborate to Provide ...

Medical students at the opening of the Care Clinic, located at the Heritage Community Clinic on the ground floor of Grosvenor Hall West on West Green at Ohio University in Athens. Students at Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine collaborated with medical school professors and community health program staff to provide a new option […]

Saanich: Major overhaul planned for the ...

“Saanich has inherited a self-centered landscape and we can’t wait to get out of it,” said Mayor Fred Haynes. Buildings of up to 24 stories for residential and commercial use, making road corridors more people-centric and a public plaza – these are among the ideas for transforming the area around Uptown into downtown Saanich. “Saanich […]

Bank of America awards $1 million grant ...

MENLO PARK, Calif., January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — JobTrain, a Silicon Valley nonprofit organization working to transform lives through workforce development programs and career placement services, has received a $1,000,000 grant from Bank of America. The grant will help fund the construction of their new Economic Mobility Center in East of Palo Alto, which will […]

Fundraiser aims to reach £15,000 for cou

Anna Williams and Mark Fielden with the 1920s inspired poster. Chords Crush Cancer (CCC) was established in 2016 and offers an evening of musical entertainment. Postponed due to the pandemic, it returns for its sixth outing on Saturday February 5 and organizers have pulled out all the stops to reach a £15,000 figure for the […]

Huskers Packs 2,128 Meals for MLK Weekly...

Nearly 120 University of Nebraska-Lincoln volunteers packed 2,128 meals of rice and beans this week as part of a service project honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The service project was offered from January 18-21 as part of the university MLK Respect for the week. Volunteers signed up to work 30- and […]

I graduated from university with EASE

I’m not sure I could have graduated from college without Warner University and the EASE voucher that helped me pay tuition. I was not the best student in high school. I focused on my baseball career, and I was good at it. Warner University recruited me to pursue my baseball career as their team’s pitcher. […]

Springfield healthcare workers in Mercy,...

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – It’s a tough time in the healthcare industry right now, but an exhausted workforce is closing ranks to try to help each other. This latest Omicron push into the Ozarks left Mercy and CoxHealth scrambling to find replacements for sick or quarantined employees and they were saved by the kindness and […]

Dublin swimmers raise €40,000 for cancer

Fundraising is a laborious task. There are only so many tabletop quizzes your friends can get excited to take part in, and door-to-door collecting can be a soul-destroying endeavor. A group of swimmers from Dublin recently went above and beyond to raise money for a cancer charity, daring to attempt a physical feat that had […]

CSO sponsoring several voters: Zec

BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA/SHARON BUWERIMWE THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) yesterday claimed it had uncovered a scam where civic groups allegedly enticed already registered voters to register multiple times in order to discredit the electoral management body. Zec President Priscilla Chigumba told local television: ZTN, that the electoral body’s verification system had identified several multiple voters […]

Local scene: Piano competition for young...

The piano competition for young people is looking for candidates Registration is now open for the 17th Annual Marian Filice Piano Competition and Music Festival for Young People at Gavilan College. Piano students in grades 5 through 12 can sign up to participate in the Youth Piano Competition, while all other musicians can sign up […]

First Lady DeSantis completes final chem...

Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis has received her final chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer, Governor Ron DeSantis announced Thursday. It has been almost five months since his diagnosis was made public by the governor’s office in early October. The governor updated Floridians and the press on the stage of his treatment at the end of […]

MetroWest’s Jewish Family Service ‘urgen

MetroWest’s Jewish Family Service is “urgently seeking volunteers” to help with its Medicare counseling program, SHIP. The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) provides free assistance to Essex County Medicare beneficiaries who have problems or questions regarding their health insurance. SHIP is a statewide program administered in Essex County by the Jewish Family Service of […]

Weakening Gulf Stream could lead to sea ...

A slowdown in the Gulf Stream and major currents in the Atlantic Ocean could lead to up to 2 feet of sea level rise on the Jersey Shore, researchers say. Scientists are monitoring this slowing of ocean currents, called the Atlantic Meridian Overturning Circulation or AMOC, because of the potential for future catastrophic changes to […]

A barge off Long Beach studies the best ...

A wind energy surveying contractor hoisted a 113-foot-long jack-up barge less than half a mile off Lido Beach and Long Beach to survey the best route for a power cable across the island- barrier to a power plant in Oceanside. The survey team working with Stamford-based Equinor Wind will be stationed between 1/10th of a […]

Prescription for a healthy economy

Charity-funded medical research is a pillar of Scotland’s global prestige. Recent successes include a breakthrough in diagnosing heart attacks in women by Professor Nick Mills, clinical researcher at BHF, University of Edinburgh, which has changed the way diagnostic information is assessed around the world . The work of Professor James Leiper, of the BHF Center […]

Who are the 3 officers on trial in the d...

MINNEAPOLIS — Three former Minneapolis officers who went to a federal civil rights trial this week in the death of George Floyd aren’t as familiar to most people as Derek Chauvin, a fellow officer who was convicted of murder last spring. Thomas Lane and J. Kueng were the first officers to respond to a report […]

Senator John Laird, authors, garners sup...

WATSONVILLE — Language that could create a health care district for the Pajaro Valley is on its way to the floor of the state Assembly. Senate Bill 418, an emergency bill drafted by Senator John Laird, received unanimous bipartisan support on Wednesday in the Assembly’s Local Government Committee for its motivation to preserve access to […]

SPD youth volunteer programs renamed and...

SPD youth volunteer programs renamed and updated Jerry Swanson, SPD Public Information Assistant, no phone number available Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 10:54 a.m. The Spokane Police Cooperative Education Program (coop), which has been in existence since 1988, is now called the Police Cadet Program. The name change reflects a change in program requirements and […]

The City of Santa Monica partners with b...

January 19, 2022 9:45 a.m. Since its launch in 2020, as part of the City of Santa Monica’s economic recovery, the Art of Recovery initiative has received over 200 project ideas and funded 24 artistic works and creative projects that have employed over 100 artists. These projects have transformed some of the city’s most iconic […]

Modern Campus acquires continuing educat...

Higher education technology company Modern Campus on Wednesday announced the acquisition of enrollment software provider Augusoft, the company’s fifth acquisition in the past 12 months. Augusoft’s online enrollment software, Lumens, is designed to manage students enrolled in continuing and professional education. Modern Campus offers a competing student management system for non-traditional enrollments called Destiny One. […]

Chorley’s charity fundraiser urges peopl

Liz Long (left) with mom Cath Singleton Submitted by Macmillan Cancer Support A dedicated charity fundraiser, whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer and whose father died from it, encouraged people to be aware of any signs and symptoms and get screened for cancer. Cath Singleton, mum-of-three, from Brindle in Chorley, Lancashire, speaks out to raise […]

FCCLA, 4-H Members Unite Volunteer Proje...

It’s easy to think that real-world problems like hunger and homelessness are too big to be solved by a bunch of school kids. But while they may not have the total solution, they can make an impact, one good deed at a time. This belief brought a small group of students and their adult leaders […]

Delhi Weekend Curfew News, Delhi-NCR Omi...

On board Delhi’s first electric bus: “Quiet, easy to drive, futuristic” Inside the capital’s first electric bus. (PhotoExpress) Tilak Raj (48) has been driving on city roads for 25 years. He started with blue line buses and until recently he drove private buses. Now Raj is the driver of Delhi’s first electric bus. The E-44 […]

RACA organizes a workshop for the non-pr...

Doha: A virtual international workshop on updating the sectoral assessment of illicit finance risks in the nonprofit sector kicked off Monday in Doha. The two-day workshop is organized by the Charities Regulatory Authority (RACA) with participation from UK’s GreenAcre Group, the National Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Committee and the ‘Financial Information Unit of the […]

Migrants volunteer to help expand shelte...

TIJUANA (border report) — Alfredo Escobar has been in Tijuana for over a year, mostly staying at the Agape migrant shelter. When it was learned that volunteers were helping to expand the shelter, he raised his hand and offered his building experience. Since then, Escobar and others with similar construction backgrounds have worked on the […]

Keanu Reeves ’embarrassed’ by money, giv

Keanu Reeves apparently took the title of his movie “Something’s Got to Give” pretty seriously. The actor made a lot of money — some estimates say around $315 million — but, a longtime family friend told the Post, “He’s a little embarrassed about it.” So, after being struck by a series of tragedies, he made […]

Maine Dairy Industry Association welcome...

AUGUSTA – Theodore “Tade” Sullivan has joined the Maine Dairy Industry Association as executive director. MDIA is the trade association representing all Maine dairy cattle farms transporting milk off the farm for processing and/or sale. Sullivan was most recently Director of Development at Maine Maritime Academy and brings more than 20 years of fundraising, advocacy […]

TTUHSC El Paso Vice President Joins Pres...

TTUHSC — A Texas-based nonprofit charged with developing the state’s next generation of top leaders has selected a vice president from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso to join its ranks. Andrea Tawney, Ph.D., vice president of the Office of Institutional Advancement, has been selected for the Class of 2022 for the Texas […]

Gran’s ‘impressive’ charity hike in the

‘AWESOME’ trek through the desert has raised over £1,500 for cancer charity. Bronwyn Brodie battled 25C temperatures and soft sand as she rode 100 kilometers through Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon, for Maggie’s benefit. Bronwyn, who works with young people with additional support needs at Musselburgh Grammar School, flew from […]

VOLUNTEER DIGEST: 5 opportunities in Jan...

In 2021, a total of 13,287,746 meals were distributed to Lincoln families. Learn more here: https://www.lincolnfoodbank.org/ Huskers and RSOs can connect with service opportunities to help the Lincoln community. Join other Huskers this month to learn more about food insecurity and volunteer at nonprofits related to solving this social issue. _______________________ Explore and Understand: Food […]

Backer retires from Missouri Colleges Fu...

Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) President Mike Backer is retiring from the organization next month after 16 years at its helm with former Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) President and CEO Susan Stegeman on his side. succeed. Backer will complete his term at the end of this month after raising more than $8.7 million in scholarships for […]

French presidential candidate convicted ...

PARIS — Far-right French presidential candidate Eric Zemmour was found guilty on Monday of inciting racial hatred for comments he made about unaccompanied migrant children in 2020. A Paris court ordered Zemmour to pay a fine of more than $11,000 and several thousand additional dollars in damages to anti-racist groups. He said he would appeal. […]

“Looking at your own child and knowing t

“Watching your own child and knowing that he is going to die is utterly indescribable,” Yavanna Keogh wrote in one of a series of powerful blog posts as she and her husband, Lar, watched cancer devour their son. , Oscar. “Yet it’s still the best time of our lives, even now,” she continued. “Lar and […]

‘A tragic loss of life:’ Michelle Go rem

NEW YORK (CBS New York) — Friends and family of Michelle Go, who was pushed to death on the subway on Saturday, spoke out on Monday. “She was funny, she was smart…She just did everything right,” Go’s neighbor Olivia Henderson said. READ MORE: Yonkers officer in intensive care after jumping over ramp during confrontation with […]

First generation low income (FGLI): an e...

Several years ago, as a new student, I was blessed with an “aha” moment recognizing an extension of my personal identity. For me, the feeling of incorporating terms and labels that I was previously unaware of, but immediately clicking on hearing them, is unparalleled. A series of detailed personal information forms, frequent engagement with an […]

First death in volcano explosion in Tong...

RIYADH: The people of Kosovo want to see greater international involvement in the Western Balkans to stem a growing tide of hate speech and preserve peace in a still tense region, its ambassador to Saudi Arabia has told Arab News. In an interview with Arab News ahead of Kosovo’s Independence Day on February 17, Lulzim […]

ATSG announces over $560,000 raised for ...

WILMINGTON, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:ATSG), a leading provider of aircraft leasing and air cargo transportation, today announced that more than $560,000 has been raised for various charitable causes in 2021. In addition to funds donated through corporate philanthropy, the ATSG held its annual charity campaign for individuals to donate directly to organizations […]

Volunteers team up with Channel Island R...

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Dozens of volunteers got their hands dirty on the day of the service. All Martin Luther King Jr. Day volunteers volunteer their time to help local organizations and give back to their community. The non-profit organization, Channel Island Restoration, organized around 20 volunteers to help an endangered plant, St. John’s wort. […]

‘Political parties are busy taking credi

For nearly a decade, the people of Kalwa have been fighting with the authorities to close the barrier at the Kalwa level crossing. Now that it’s finally done, their efforts are overshadowed by politicians who were fighting to take credit for opening a new road bridge and closing the gate at the Kalwa level crossing, […]

Reduce racial disparities in cancer outc...

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, but there are significant disparities by race and ethnicity. While the rate of new cases is similar for white and black patients, the death rate for black cancer patients continues to be higher (173 per 100,000 people) than for white people (153 for […]

Cancer charity is offering half-price en...

Race for Life from Cancer Research UK CREDIT: Lesley Martin Submitted by Cancer Research UK People are invited to kick off the new year by signing up for the Cancer Research UK Watford Race for Life, Hertfordshire. The charity’s popular events are returning to town and anyone who joins in January can claim a special […]

Kelty volunteer promotes Scottish charit...

Freya Riley, 19, has made a lifelong friend while volunteering with Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland. She signed up online in 2020 to distract herself from her own anxiety during the pandemic. As Kindness Caller, she was matched with Chris, who lived alone. They started calling twice a week and quickly noticed an improvement in […]

Global: 2022: Evolution of international...

Join us for our 19th Annual Global Trade and Supply Chain Webinar Series entitled, “The Evolution of International Trade in a Challenging New World”, which includes the latest developments in international trade. This year, in various sessions, our expert panels will cover key developments and the latest trends in sanctions, export controls and foreign investment […]

Kern County Animal Services is looking f...

This pandemic hasn’t been a challenge for humans alone: ​​even our furry friends are feeling the brunt of it, with shelter staffing shortages. One such shelter is Kern County Animal Services. “It’s no secret that not only ours, but just about every animal shelter in Kern County and across the country, is overcrowded with adorable […]

BudgIT: We discovered 460 duplicate proj...

BudgIT, a civic tech nonprofit, says 460 projects worth N378.9 billion were duplicated in the 2022 budget. Iyanu Fatoba, communications associate at BudgIT, disclosed in a statement. On December 31, 2021, President Muhammadu Buhari sign the N17.13 trillion finance bill 2022 in the law. The presidency had submitted a draft fiscal budget of N16.391 billion […]

Trisha Yearwood takes the Betty White Ch...

Beloved actor and Daddy’s Girls Star Betty White died on New Year’s Eve (December 31), days before her 100th birthday. But fans are pushing ahead with the big mile birthday celebrations, and among them is country superstar Trisha Yearwood. Yearwood jumps on board the Betty White Challenge, which calls on fans to donate to animal […]

Delhi gov’t steps up Covid enforcement,

New Delhi: The Delhi government has stepped up a crackdown on violations of proper Covid behavior amid the city’s fifth wave of infections, with 466 teams collecting overs ₹1 crore in 11 districts on Saturday alone, data accessed by HT showed. Each team is made up of an executive magistrate and four civil protection volunteers, […]