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Fort Worth Business Leader Rosa Navejar ...

Rosa Navejar, founder and president of Fort Worth-based utility engineering firm The Rios Group, has been named to the national board of directors of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Navejar’s appointment was announced by Alice Rodriguez, chair of the board of directors of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC). Navejar joins Robert […]

Brentwood blood cancer charity urges res...

The charity funds vital research and supports those affected by blood cancer (Photo credit: Blood Cancer UK). Submitted by Pearl White The Brentwood, Hutton & Billericay branch of Blood Cancer UK is calling for local volunteers to join their fundraising committee. Blood Cancer UK funds research to help transform blood cancer treatment and save lives, […]

MSD in the Philippines Recognized by Kyt...

Leading healthcare company, MSD in the Philippines, was recognized as the Corporate Volunteer Group of the Year by the Kythe Foundation during their Virtual Araw ng Parangal in Pasasalamat. The event recognizes and celebrates exemplary volunteers, affiliates, partners, parent leaders and staff members who continue to support the Kythe Foundation and its mission to improve […]

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel pays off student d...

Student Debt Cancellation Panel Snap CEO and co-founder Evan Spiegel hands out the ultimate graduation gift to the 285 graduates of the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. The nonprofit — located in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles near LAX — said in an announcement on Sunday that Spiegel, along with […]

NHL players to hit Kitchener sidewalk in...

Montreal Canadiens forward Nick Suzuki is part of a team of professional hockey players set to hit the streets of Kitchener in July to raise money for the Grand River Hospital. Nine players have agreed to take part in Scotland’s Yard Road Hockey Classic, an all-ages street hockey tournament to be held at Catalyst137 on […]

Minister’s Statement on National Police

Statement Victoria Wednesday, May 18, 2022 9:30 a.m. Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, issued the following statement in recognition of National Police Week: “Day in and day out, police work hard in communities across British Columbia to keep our communities, homes and roads safe by preventing crime and responding to a […]

British Columbia Gas Prices: Charities g...

Soaring gas prices are hitting charities in Metro Vancouver hard, and organizations fear they will soon have to make tough decisions and cut services if they don’t get relief. “It’s just shocking every day because we walk past a gas station every day on the way to work and are like, ‘No! It can’t be […]

First Lady’s Volunteer of the Year Award

Today, First Lady Rose Dunleavy congratulated the eight recipients of the First Lady’s Volunteer of the Year award during the ceremonial luncheon at the Governor’s Residence in Juneau, Alaska. First Lady Dunleavy and her Selection Committee are honored to continue the tradition of recognizing the outstanding contributions of these dedicated individuals. First Lady Bella Hammond […]

Delhi govt to meet non-compliant industr...

New Delhi: Industry Minister Satyendar Jain will hold meetings with associations of 25 non-compliant industrial zones, including Mundka where at least 27 people died in a devastating fire in a commercial building near the industrial zone, between Wednesday and Friday to discuss the redevelopment of the clusters, including the preparation of development plans, senior government […]

Elevate Together® Initiative Expands to

NORTH MANKATO, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Taylor Corporation has joined a coalition of like-minded businesses, including The ODP Corporation, JPMorgan Chase and NCR Foundation, to support small businesses through Elevate Together®, a nonprofit initiative designed to accelerate business creation, black growth and prosperity. and small Hispanic businesses. The program, powered by Round It Up America®, is now in […]

Tech Tackles Cancer announces WBOS Rock ...

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hack/Reduce, a nonprofit organization focused on creating talent and technology for Boston’s big data economy, today announced that Beasley Media Group WBOS (ROCK 92.9) is an official media partner of Technology takes on cancer‘s (TTC) charity event to be held on June 21, 2022, at Sinclair in Cambridge from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. […]

Volunteer Week – Community Services

Each year, National Volunteer Week celebrates volunteers across the country. This gives us the opportunity to thank local volunteers for all they do for our community. The 2022 theme, better togetherhighlights how volunteering changes communities for the better. 2022 ACT Woman of the Year, Kelli-Ann Jackson shared how volunteering has helped her change the community […]

GHMC ignores children’s playgrounds in p

HYDERABAD: Despite spending hundreds of millions of rupees to develop lung spaces in the teeming megalopolis, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) reportedly ignores the city’s public parks. Children’s playgrounds in these parks would be totally neglected by the society, depriving small children from having fun in the parks during the summer. No effort has […]

Death penalty sought in Texas for man wh...

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Texas prosecutors said Monday they would seek the death penalty for a man who authorities say confessed to killing five people, including three whose dismembered bodies were found in a dumpster on fire last year. The Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office said it filed the paperwork seeking the death penalty […]

PSG’s Neymar pays €160,000 for AFCON 202

Brazil and Paris Saint Germain superstar Neymar is now the ball keeper for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations after paying €160,000 at an auction hosted by team-mate Idrissa Gueye in Paris. Neymar was the highest bidder for the ball used in the February 6 final in Cameroon when Senegal beat Egypt on a post-match […]

Mount Holly is dismantling and moving it...

Mount Holly’s small wooden old fire station was too big to fit through the door of his new home. Thus, the gable roof should be detached, the interior walls reinforced and the bottom secured so that it does not fall on moving day. “We wanted to make sure the whole building would stay in one […]

Rally today in opposition to Atlantic Ci...

They say you can’t fight city hall. However, people are stepping up and taking their opposition to the incumbent mayor of Atlantic City, all the way to City Hall at 10:30 a.m. today. John Exadaktilos, owner of Atlantic City’s Ducktown Tavern and Liquor Store, announced that there will be a rally today, Monday, May 16, […]

Charity for the needy – Journal

In Ramazan, people do charity as much as they can. People of other religions also give considerable amounts in charity on their respective religious occasions. A study by the Pakistan Center for Philanthropy (PCP) shows that Pakistanis donate around 240 billion rupees (over $2 billion) a year to charity, which is more than one percent […]

‘Paws for a Cause’: Neighborhood offers

Liz Burrow had to raise her voice to be heard above the resounding barking and anxious screams that echoed through the tent and barn of the Linganore Lake events. Wanting to give back to the community where she does business, Burrow – a realtor specializing in the Linganore Lake area of ​​New Market – hosted […]

Claude Garrett released after 30 years b...

A few hours After a judge cleared Claude Garrett’s release from prison, the small crowd outside the maximum-security Riverbend Institution in Nashville, Tennessee received a message on their group text. It comes from Garrett’s daughter, Deana Watson. Garrett was packed and ready to go, but there was paperwork to do in town. She typed out […]

Giffords’ Circus urges people to donate

Deborah, 40, has documented her life with cancer on her BBC podcast and on her Instagram account, @bowelbabe. It was here that she announced this week that her body could no longer cope. “No one knows how much time I have left,” she said. Hours after announcing that her ‘one-lap roller coaster was coming to […]

Hospital pavilion, run by an East Willis...

A rendering of the Petrocelli Surgical Pavilion at North Shore University Hospital.(Courtesy of Northwell Health) As if things weren’t busy enough at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, there has been ongoing construction work over the past two years that will continue through 2023. This will improve operations, but will also cause disruption on the […]

Ukrainian struggles resonate with ‘war b

The movement of Ukrainians both within their own country and across Europe in recent months has been described as the largest refugee movement since World War II. That reference has personal resonance for Avril Walters, the 82-year-old Wexford-based volunteer, who has offered her support to Ukrainians arriving in Rosslare port in recent weeks. “I have […]

Career: Career strike affects civic work...

Vadodara: The difficult race on several roads in the city may continue for citizens even in the coming days if the blacktrap quarry strike continues. The reason for the situation this time around is not the inefficiency of the municipal authorities, but the state quarry strike which has started to impact development works and construction […]

Pub chain raffle to raise Macmillan fund...

A pub group with locals in Lanarkshire are raising money for a cancer charity with a national raffle to mark their ten-year partnership. Greene King is inviting customers to text in their entries for a chance to win a top prize of £10,000, and is asking entrants to make a voluntary donation of £3 to […]

MAST student app connects potential volu...

Siblings Camila and Federico Acquarone believe everyone has a superpower. That’s what led these two key Biscayne residents to create their passion project: a community service app that celebrates such superpowers. The sibling duo were born in Uruguay but grew up mostly in Key Biscayne. And they share more than just a last name. In […]

Clarence Thomas says abortion leak chang...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Clarence Thomas said the Supreme Court was changed by the shocking leak of a draft opinion earlier this month. The opinion suggests the court is set to strike down the abortion rights recognized nearly 50 years ago in Roe v. Wade. Conservative Thomas, who joined the court in 1991 and has […]

South Shields charity hero The Big Pink ...

‘Big Pink Dress’ has raised £150,000 for worthy causes since first donning one of his signature outfits for the 2014 Great North Run. Since then he has met famous people including Nancy Sinatra, been through two major health issues, covered thousands of miles and won awards. He told the Gazette: “I sincerely think this will […]

Thousands of volunteers will work to hel...

VIDEO: Thousands of volunteers gather in Tulsa to help PGA Championship TULSA, Okla. – Three thousand volunteers will work alongside PGA staff at Southern Hills next week to make the championship a success. Friday is uniform and credential drop-off day according to Kenny Martin, director of volunteer operations for the championship. People are arriving from […]

DramaWatch: The Truth of Bella and Other...

The cast of “Bella: An American Tall Tale” by Kristen Childs. Photo: Shawnte Sims YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T LEARN THIS IN HISTORY, BUT “OUR COUNTRY’S FOUNDER” George Washington shares at least one essential quality with Sir Mix-a-Lot, the Seattle rapper famed for the 1992 hit “Baby Got Back”. ” Both men, we know from legend or […]

Rollins College valedictorian with non-s...

One of Rollins College’s class of 2022 valedictorians can’t speak. That didn’t stop her from using the tools available to share her voice with her classmates. Using text-to-speech software, Elizabeth Bonker, who has non-speaking autism and types what she needs to communicate, stood behind the desk at the Winter Park campus on Monday to encourage […]

Benito Carbone set for Sheffield Wednesd...

Cult hero Benito Carbone is in line to don a Sheffield Wednesday shirt again this weekend. The charismatic Italian, who spent three successful years at Hillsborough in the 90s after leaving Inter Milan, has signed up to play in the legends Owls match against legends Czech Republic tomorrow. Carbone, who attended Wednesday’s final home game […]

Francis J. Meagher, retired lawyer, volu...

Francis J. Meagher, a retired attorney and partner in a general practice law firm, died of complications from dementia May 3 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 94 years old and lived in Homeland for many years. Born in Baltimore and raised on Ailsa Avenue in Lauraville-Hamilton, he was the son of Joseph […]

It’s time to build a global pro-democrac

Democracy does not disappear by accident. Instead, all over the world we are witnessing deliberate attempts by anti-democratic actors to weaken civil society, cripple the rule of law and activate social fragmentation. From weaponizing fear to rewriting history to exploiting religion, today’s autocrats and their followers tap into the same playbook. At the heart of […]

Inspirational Deborah James receives Dam...

Podcast host Deborah James, who this week revealed she switched to palliative home care to treat her terminal bowel cancer, has been honored with a womanhood. James, 40, has raised more than £3.7million after setting up a Just Giving page to raise money for bowel cancer clinical trials, research and awareness. The former manager was […]

More than 300 volunteers will participat...

This Saturday, ACCESS – the leading Arab-American community nonprofit, celebrating 50 years of service – will host a large-scale community service event, in partnership with the City of Dearborn, at multiple locations across the city.Arab American Service Day is an annual national event hosted by the National Network of Arab American Communities (NNAAC) – a […]

Spaces of Opportunity Farm in the Heart ...

In Spaces of Opportunity in South Phoenix, local residents grow organic lettuce, collards, brussels and cabbage to sell at the on-site farmer’s market. Photo taken March 19, 2022. (Photo by Monserrat Apud de la Fuente/Cronkite News) Manuel Fierro cuts the grass at Spaces of Opportunity in South Phoenix on March 19, 2022. (Photo by Monserrat […]

The Hispanic Colleges of Mass. support ...

Read in Spanish. When Jennifer Reyes emigrated from the Dominican Republic in 2016, she wanted to build a better future for herself. Upon entering the United States, she listed some of her goals: to continue her education, find a better job, and earn more money. But at the time, she didn’t speak English. “One of […]

Hospice patient creates children’s book

Janette Mills with her book Bertie Bombus the Brave Bumblebee Bertie Bombus and Tom Tit are the hand-drawn creations of neuroscientist, and now author and illustrator, Janette Mills, who told their story in a new children’s book. The 57-year-old patient from Shrewsbury was inspired to put pencil to paper for Bertie Bombus, The Brave Bumble […]

NW Minnesota Pollinator Garden Project s...

Agassiz Audubon What: Agassiz Audubon is recruiting volunteers (adults and children accompanied by adults) to help with the spring maintenance of the Northwestern Minnesota Pollinator Garden. Volunteers will weed, move plants, line the garden paths and watch bird nesting boxes (kestrels, martens and bluebirds). No experience necessary. Register for lunch: 218-745-5663 or [email protected] com. Bring […]

A former gas station in Berlin has been ...

“The ducks had to go,” dealer and collector Juerg Judin told me, gesturing to the now duck-free little pond he had set up in the backyard of his former Berlin residence, a repurposed gas station years ago. 1950. His former private house, which has also become the habitat of a few geese, ducks and exotic […]

As city leaders try to improve Kensingto...

Every morning before I leave my house, I make sure I have an anti-overdose drug from Narcan in my pocket. As I walk the two blocks to the New Kensington Community Development Corporation office and spend my day in my neighborhood, I am hyper aware that I might be needed to support someone who is […]

A “Herculean” volunteer in the community

By ZHENG Yingying (ECNS) SHANGHAI — Shankar Koirala, a 29-year-old Nepalese, is fluent in Mandarin, although he cannot read Chinese. Previously, he owned a store in Nepal, where 80% of customers were Chinese. He could therefore practice his Mandarin very well. Recently, he started volunteering at a closed management area on Fenglin Road in Shanghai’s […]

Pascrell and McCaul lead 161 members of ...

Pascrell and McCaul lead 161 members of Congress demanding $360 million to protect places of worship NSGP provides critical grants to protect synagogues, churches and mosques as domestic extremism continues to rise WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representatives Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) and Mike McCaul (R-TX-10) have led 161 House colleagues calling for a significant increase […]

A brave cancer warrior shares his latest...

It’s his last goodbye. Deborah James, a beloved British radio host and columnist known to fans as BowelBabe, has written a touching farewell to readers as her body ‘just can’t go on’ after a five-year battle with cancer stage four bowel. “The message I never wanted to write. We’ve tried everything but my body just […]

EMS volunteers keep hope alive in the co...

May 10, 2022 EMS volunteers keep hope alive in the community Submitted by John Gomez, EMT/ACLS Monmouth County Saturday, 2:38 a.m. – As the snow subsides in the early morning, you wake up to the sound of a loved one breathing deeply. Slowly your eyes begin to adjust to the lights of the bedside lamps, […]

Winner Praises Pulitzer Board’s Commitme

How does it feel to win a Pulitzer Prize? Between tears of joy, Maria Hinojosa told NPR, “It’s like a dream and when I stop crying, it’s like, Wow!” On Monday, Hinojosa and his team of producers and writers at Futuro Media won the Pulitzer Prize in Audio Recording for a seven-part podcast series titled […]

Carla Olson sings a 1967 classic by The ...

American singer-songwriter Carla Olson recorded a version of WHOin 1967, the landmark “I Can See For Miles” in aid of Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshendof the Teen Cancer America charity. The Who website reports: “When Carla first heard about the charity, her immediate thought was, ‘How can we help? and she came up with the […]

With Free Health Clinic, Student Brings ...

Akosua Dankwah, DrPH ’22, is applying what she’s learned to help WTL Health Clinic expand its mission. May 9, 2022—The day a ribbon was cut to mark the opening of the WTL Health Clinic at its new location in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, in November 2019, Akosua Dankwah held half of the ceremonial oversized scissors. The […]

Make a Tangible Impact with Rebecca Moff...

Rebecca Moffett, president of Vanguard Charitable, recounts Value how she and her team help their donors support the causes they care about. Photo courtesy of Vanguard Charitable Since childhood, Rebecca Moffett, President of Vanguard Charitable, has been driven to make a tangible difference. Vanguard Charitable, one of the nation’s leading nonprofits and sponsor of donor-driven […]

Race for Life from Cancer Research UK ba...

A popular charity event returns to Kent this summer, with residents being urged to put on something pink and walk, run or even jump the finish line. Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is back at Maidstone’s Mote Park. The Maidstone Race for Life will take place this summer In 2020, the 400 Race for […]

How to solve the problem of women doing ...

Walrus Pictures | Stone | Getty Images Lise Vesterlund felt “too scattered” at work, but it wasn’t until the economist started discussing it with friends that she understood the source of the problem: the “unpromoted tasks”. Vesterlund, Andrew W. Mellon professor of economics at the University of Pittsburgh, coined the term with fellow scholars Linda […]

Former First Lady Michelle Obama Promote...

Michelle Obama represented the University of Maryland in Baltimore County on a national stage Saturday by sporting an UMBC t-shirt in a video promoting the College’s Signing Day. The former first lady’s unexpected shoutout thrilled UMBC students and alumni and shone a light on the university’s accomplishments. “To celebrate our eighth annual #CollegeSigningDay, I’m wearing […]

THE FIGHT FOR LIFE GOLF SERIES OFFERS GO...

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – A new and unique tournament format using advanced technology, allows club and recreational golfers of all skill levels to compete against other golfers nationwide on a live leaderboard, while supporting their organization favorite charity, and possibly win a trip to the national championship, all from the comfort of their favorite golf […]

thousands of volunteers for the annual c...

QUINCY – Tom O’Brien, of Quincy, found a small piece of trash at Caddy Memorial Park in Quincy where there was a sign saying ‘avoid’. “We should put it on a stick and put it somewhere so people know not to litter here,” he joked, tossing the debris into a trash bag. Three packages for […]

Door not closed on the seat of the sport...

Preparatory work is still needed for the Nelson Regional Sports Council before it can secure a seat and have a say on the Nelson and District No 5 Recreation Commission, the commission chairman said . Keith Page said in a letter to the board on Thursday that someone from the NRSC needs to attend a […]

A new space is available for the Auser A...

1′ of reading 05/07/2022 – Opening of the new space available for the Auser Circolo d’Argento Gabicce Mare in the Creobicce Civic Center. A request already made by the former president of the Association Benito Giunta to provide Auser with a suitable space to allocate to the listening project and to organize the many activities […]

Burnham-On-Sea cyclists take on 50km nig...

Seven members of local cycling group Burnham Cycle Sisters took part in ‘Ride the Night’, a nighttime cycling challenge in London. Starting in Windsor, they traveled the 50km route along main roads A and B with 1600 other women, raising funds for ‘Woman V Cancer’ which supports three cancer charities – Breast Cancer Now, Ovarian […]

New Hope Housing volunteers rappel next ...

Placeholder while loading article actions Two by two, clipped into bright blue harnesses, the volunteers performed the same overhead choreography: Turning their backs against the ledge of the hotel roof, they stepped back onto the ledge – then, jumped. From below it looked like something out of a heist movie. Two bodies slid one foot […]

Red Sox kick off AAPI Heritage Month at ...

On Tuesday night, Jersey Street was filled with Red Sox fans ready for a game against the Los Angeles Angels. Amid the noise of the crowd, clamoring for photos of the historic baseball stadium and sizzling hot dogs, were the thunderous sounds of the tanggu drum and crashing cymbals as Chinese lion dancers put on […]

Rivergate Cancer Charity Roadshow Return...

Residents can get free advice from nurses at a health roadshow in Irvine on how to reduce cancer risk and catch it early. Nurses Darragh Casey and Christine Campbell from Cancer Research UK will be at the Rivergate Centre, Fullarton Square, Irvine on Tuesday July 19 between 10am and 4pm. They will return to the […]

How a Cumberland County woman uses her J...

Out of hundreds of applicants, one Cumberland County woman’s work with area veterans secured her a spot among 22 state volunteers who will recently be recognized by Governor Roy Cooper. Since 205, Stacey Buckner has provided portable showers, food and toiletries to homeless veterans in Cumberland County through her specially equipped, non-profit Jeep known as […]

International students, F-1 visas, degre...

Many international students in the United States on an F-1 visa are eager to get out of the classroom to join the American workforce. After graduation, these international students – many of whom come from less fortunate backgrounds – seek to give back to the local American community that has provided so many opportunities, and […]

Lansdowne 2.0 plan gets green light from...

An Ottawa committee has given its blessing to the latest proposed redesign of Lansdowne Park, clearing the way for City Council to approve it in principle and launch public consultations. At the end of a more than eight-hour meeting on Friday, the city’s finance and economic development committee voted in favor of a staff report […]

Influential trailblazers honored with Di...

Recipients of the Dixie State University Presidential Awards as influential members of the DSU and Washington County communities pose with their awards at the event, April 28, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News ST. GEORGE- Influential members of Dixie State University and Washington County communities were recently recognized at the […]

BHSU Students Raising Money for Charity ...

SPEARFISH, SD — Four students from Black Hills State University have raised more than $800 for the American Cancer Society through a class project on managing small businesses. Students Haylee Hauck, Riley Donnelly, Josie Andersen and Makenzie Guelff raised $881.94 for the charity by selling custom air fresheners called ‘Rustic Meadows’. The group used Instagram […]

Ashlea Nash Returns to Little League Sta...

little league® International has announced Ashlea Nash as the new Director of Softball Development, effective May 5, 2022. “We are thrilled to welcome Ashlea back as the new Director of Softball Development and look forward to her insight, knowledge and passion for the game as we continue to grow our softball program and deliver. more […]

Amy Russo visits Newport’s Touro Synagog

Despite all the jokes about its size, the country’s smallest state has played an outsized role in the fight for religious freedom. Ask any Rhode Islander about it, and you’ll probably hear the name Roger Williams. But the story does not end there. More than a century after the arrival of the minister who preached […]

A former Wigan journalist writes his fou...

Frank Malley worked for the former Evening Post and Chronicle at Brock Mill before joining the Daily Express as a sports journalist in the 1980s in a career that saw him cover four Olympics and five World Cups. Five years ago, he traded his sports cover to drive an ambulance as a volunteer, transporting cancer […]

City of Loveland celebrates Arbor Day –

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day, an annual celebration of trees and those who plant them. To honor the occasion and give Loveland’s urban forest a boost, the city is hosting tree planting events on Saturday and Monday. “The council declared Arbor Day in Loveland on Monday, so we will be planting […]

Volunteering for a lower property tax bi...

SAN ANTONIO – A West Side councilor wants senior homeowners who volunteer at senior centers and libraries to have their property tax bills reduced. District 5 Councilor Teri Castillo submitted a Council Consideration Request (CCR) on Wednesday, asking city staff to develop a pilot program for homeowners 65 and older to reduce their property tax […]

Supreme Court plan to ax Roe recalls dar...

I am personally unaffected by the almost certain dismissal of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court. Now in my sixties, I will no longer need an abortion. Monday’s development was also not a shock. We knew this day would come since the justices had their say during oral arguments in December on the matter. […]

Historic Cincinnati Observatory remains ...

CINCINNATI — Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel was as unique as his name. The 19th-century Cincinnatian was a West Point graduate who was a lawyer, math teacher, and railroad surveyor. He even served as a Brigadier General of the Union Army Volunteers during the Civil War. What do you want to know Known as the “Cradle of […]

£1.5m funding to support new project usi

A new project using a home test to detect human papillomavirus (HPV) is being piloted in Hull and Manchester, thanks to £1.5million in funding from the charity Yorkshire Cancer Research. In 2019, the NHS cervical screening program shifted from looking for cellular changes to screening for HPV, which is linked to almost all cases of […]

Government announces special Queen’s Pla

A one-time special addition to the annual Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service created in honor of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee The Government today announced a special and unique addition to the Annual Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS), in honor of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Her Majesty has demonstrated a lifelong […]

Residents vomit impassioned complaints a...

STATEN ISLAND, NY – New York City Comptroller Brad Lander and Councilwoman Kamillah Hanks (D-North Shore) sat down with members of the community for a town hall meeting on Tuesday to discuss issues related to property taxes and sanitation. Nearly 40 people attended the event at the Staten Island Museum, including a number of local […]

Behind a donation of 1.1 billion dollars...

After several years of planning, it is launched just in time to deal with a worrying climate crisis. Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne (center) with Ann and John Doerr, who have donated more than $1 billion to the new School for Sustainability on their behalf. (Ed Caldwell/Stanford University) Even with the cutting-edge research and innovation that […]

Miracle baby mum facing stage four cance...

A young mum from Haslingden has spoken of her heartbreaking plight battling stage four cancer while facing skyrocketing costs. Joanna Jonathan was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer three years ago, just six months after welcoming her first daughter, baby Freya. The 37-year-old was thrilled to give birth to her ‘miracle’ second daughter, Dylann, last […]

Valley Program Needs Volunteers to Help ...

The Read-On Phoenix program with AARP has lost approximately 100 tutors due to the pandemic. Tutors partner with students to help them reach their reading level. PHOENIX — There are thousands of K-3 students in Phoenix reading below grade level, said Tim Valencia, the city’s director of youth and education. So during Children’s book weekThe […]

LA supervisors vote to create super agen...

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to create a new office or department that would coordinate the county’s response to the region’s homelessness crisis. The new entity would have authority over various agencies — including the county’s health services, social services and mental health departments — and report directly to the […]

Kelly Clarkson pays tribute to Detroit’s

In the late 90s, Southwest Detroit native Angela Reyes was fed up with the gang violence that was wreaking havoc in her community. “I tell people I was tired of burying kids,” Reyes says. “I used to go to funerals all the time.” This violence motivated Reyes to create the Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation (DHDC) […]

Lanarkshire family raise thousands for c...

The family of a young Motherwell girl who was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor have raised more than £13,000 for charities helping her fight. Brave Ladywell Primary School pupil Kara McInally’s journey began when she started suffering from intermittent headaches before Christmas last year. Then, following a painful migraine, her mum and dad, Laura […]

City Council volunteers agree to continu...

By Jennifer Stultz Editor Greensburg Mayor Matt Christenson called the meeting for April 18, 2022 at 6 p.m. and after the usual oath of allegiance and summons, council members got to work vetting the volunteers who agreed to continue. to serve the city. Three Planning Commission seats are due to expire on April 30, 2022, […]

West Side Rag’ Fate of historic church u

Posted May 3, 2022 2:55 PM by West Side Rag Photographs by Carol Tannenhauser. By Carol Tannenhauser The future of West Park Presbyterian Church at West 86th Street and Amsterdam Avenue will be judged on Thursday, when Community Board 7’s preservation committee hears arguments for and against destroying the historic 19th-century structure. The church congregation, […]

Thieves steal airbags from 20 Hondas in ...

Arlington police car at night (File photo courtesy of Kevin Wolf) (Updated at 10:15 a.m.) The neighborhoods around Gunston Middle School were once again the scene of a major spate of thefts from vehicles. Thieves have repeatedly targeted residential areas along S. 28th Street, which connects the Long Branch Creek and Arlington Ridge neighborhoods, over […]

At Christ Church Greenwich, 425 voluntee...

GREENWICH — Lisa Tebbe, whose own parents were refugees during World War II, has been involved in a local humanitarian effort to help feed refugees who have left war-torn Ukraine since the Russian invasion in February . Tebbe joined hundreds of fellow Christ Church Greenwich parishioners and other volunteers in preparing meals to send to […]

Blockchain Identity Management Market 20...

The global blockchain identity management market is estimated at 77.23 million USD in 2021 and reach 2733.60 million USD in 2027, registering a CAGR of 81.20% during the forecast period, 2021-2027. With the growing importance of identity verification during any authentication process, the blockchain identity management market is expected to witness robust growth over the […]

(2nd LD) Education Ministry candidate re...

(ATTN: UPDATES with more details in paragraphs 4, 8, 10; photo EDITS) SEOUL, May 3 (Yonhap) — Candidate for Education Minister Kim In-chul resigned on Tuesday over allegations of favoritism over his family’s awarding of scholarships from an organization nonprofit jointly supported by the U.S. and South Korean governments. Kim became the first ministerial candidate […]

Rudy’s BBQ Annual Camo Cup for a Cause >

Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-BQ® raise money for military charities with annual Camo “Cup for A Cause” campaign Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-BQ® are bringing back their Camo “Cup for a Cause” campaign for the entire month of May. Starting May 1, Rudy’s will raise funds for military-inspired charities. This year’s recipient charities are Combined […]

Ministry program seeks volunteers to ass...

HENRY COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) — One of the most promising things about the new Henry County Adult Detention Center is the added space for classrooms. Good News Jail & Prison Ministries is a program used to help inmates turn their lives around. The organization places chaplains in jails and prisons to meet the spiritual needs […]

Vedanta installs Jal Seva Shibiras in 15...

Bhubaneswar: At a time when the state capital – Bhubaneswar is in the throes of severe heatwave conditions and the temperature has risen above 42 degrees C, there is an urgent need for cold water, lemon water and buttermilk for particularly poor road travelers, to get relief from heat and protection against sunburn. Vedanta in […]

Shrunken town sees health care slashed a...

Gilles Bruce HAMMOND, Ind. — In 1898, three nuns took a train to this town along the southern shore of Lake Michigan to open a hospital. They transformed an old farmhouse into a seven-bed medical center. They treated their first patient for a broken leg amid carpenters hammering nails. Surgeons laid their patients on a […]

30,000 cancer patients awaiting treatmen...

Tens of thousands of patients are still waiting to start cancer treatment in England due to disruption during the pandemic, NHS figures show, as medical charities have called on the government to tackle chronic staff shortages in health services. Following a dramatic drop in cancer referrals in 2020, the number of people being investigated for […]

Look for the orange vest: Ukrainians in ...

Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now considers Bucharest North Station as a second home. She doesn’t live there, but it’s where she spends most of her day welcoming her fellow Ukrainians. refugees to escape from The Russian War and help them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations. […]

Playgrounds in the old town need mainten...

Hyderabad: With the recent launch of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC)-2022 Summer Coaching Camp, besides the main playgrounds and stadiums, several other playgrounds in GHMC are in a neglected condition especially in the old Town. Children’s and sports associations have asked the civic body to properly maintain the playgrounds. Summer camps have not taken place […]

Several projects at the Maine Med resear...

SCARBOROUGH – May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and scientists at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute (MMCRI) Vector-Borne Disease Laboratory are conducting several surveys and research projects this spring and summer to better understand the tick migration and tick-borne diseases, including Lyme. Among the projects: Robert Smith, MD, MPH, director of the Vector-Borne Disease […]

Welbee ALIVE Charity Foundation sponsor ...

Thirty-six cyclists set off on an ambitious 1,000km ride around the Sicilian coast today to benefit the charity ALIVE Foundation, which raises vital funds for cancer research. The six-day trek will see cyclists tackle the entire coastal route around Sicily, reaching an altitude of 8,000 meters before returning to Pozzallo. “Our big plan is to […]

Court Appointed Children’s Lawyers Opera

With hundreds of children caught up in the Portage County court system due to parental abuse, neglect or dependency, State Representative Gail Pavliga and Juvenile Judge Patricia Smith felt it It was high time these children had someone to speak for them. Enter the Court Appointed Special Advocates Program. When Paviliga realized Portage County was […]