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UMass Global announces first new chancel...

The University of Massachusetts Global announced David Andrews as its next chancellor on Thursday, as the college continues its transition from its former identity as Brandman University. Andrews is the institution’s first new chancellor since the University of Massachusetts last year acquired Brandman University, a private, nonprofit organization that has served adult learners for decades. […]

The monsoon arrives in the tricity of Ch...

Downpours of 72.9mm on the very first day of the monsoon expose the high demands of civic preparedness as just two hours of morning rain left roads flooded during office rush hour Four days late, the monsoon finally arrived in Chandigarh on Thursday, ending residents’ long wait for the rains after a record summer. The […]

“Don’t people die from all this? Jools

With his heartfelt words of warning out of the way, the 77-year-old star strode across the stage with ease, unaware that he had just disembarked from an 11-hour flight from Los Angeles. Although Stewart is, perhaps the most notable name on the guest list, a close call between Stewart and Van Morrison, who donned a […]

Avenal prison staff awards scholarships

The Avenal State Prison Employee Action Committee awarded $500 each in scholarships to four Valley High School seniors. Kaylin Valenciano of Avenal High School had a 4.38 GPA and earned an Associate’s degree in Plant Science and an Associate’s degree in Liberal Arts Math and Science. Kaylin had been enrolled in college preparatory classes since […]

For Ukraine, EU membership is not a mira...

But ending violence against women is not an easy task. This is probably the toughest and most Sisyphean cause of all – as the US Supreme Court’s decision to strike down women’s right to abortion has once again clearly shown. Violence against women is a function of the patriarchal power inequality between men and women: […]

Two New Orleans arts institutions benefi...

The Ruth Foundation for the Arts (Ruth Arts) marked its debut in the arts philanthropy landscape with the announcement of its inaugural grantmaking cycle. The new foundation is supported by a bequest from the late Ruth DeYoung Kohler II and plans to award grants totaling more than $17 million annually. Two New Orleans institutions will […]

Blackpool father whose daughter has a br...

Keith Walsh, 70, abseiled 170ft in the tower, in Trafford, Manchester, on Saturday June 25 to raise money for the national charity Brain Tumor Research after his daughter Zara Taylor was diagnosed with glioblastoma aggressive (GBM) following several convulsions. Zara, also from Blackpool and married to Josh Taylor, was just 30 when she was diagnosed. […]

Swiatek organizes a charity tennis tourn...

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Top-ranked Iga Swiatek will host a tennis charity event next month in her home country of Poland to raise money for war-affected children and teens in Ukraine. . The event in Krakow on July 23 will include a mixed doubles exhibition match and Ukrainian football great Andriy Shevchenko will be a […]

Chandigarh not ready for monsoon: The Tr...

Tribune press service Sandeep Rana Chandigarh, June 28 The monsoon should arrive in the city in two days, but not all the ravines of the roads have yet been cleared. The problem of waterlogging during the rains is likely to give residents a hard time. During a random check, it was noticed that […]

Meet the Washington Olin MBA Class of 20...

New York, Silicon Valley, Austin. Maybe LA and DC too. This is where the action happens. This is where you will find the best minds and the greatest opportunities. At least, that’s what you’ll hear sometimes. The Midwest? It is cold. There is nothing to do. Just those rusty towns along fetid rivers, tired, faded […]

Dr. Charlie Teo breaks the silence with ...

Controversial neurosurgeon Charlie Teo broke his silence in a moving message about the teenage patient he called his “miracle girl”. Controversial neurosurgeon Charlie Teo has likened himself to “an elite athlete” in a touching tribute to neurosurgery and the teenage patient he called his “miracle girl”. The former Australian of the Year finalist has kept […]

CSA officer makes a difference in the LG...

1 / 2 Show legend + Hide legend – Nate Grunert (second from left), along with board members, attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Rock Island, Illinois on April 28. (Photo courtesy of Captain Nate Grunert, CSA) (Photo credit: Major Jackeline Velazquez Rosario) SEE THE ORIGINAL 2 / 2 Show legend + Hide legend – Capt. […]

Train Young African Leaders through U.S....

Media monitoring of modern diplomacy shows that only four African leaders were present for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s speech to the African Union (AU), the 55-member continental bloc held on June 20. Ukrainian leader Zelensky addressed world leaders, international organizations and regional associations asking for their help in ending the Russian “special military operation” crisis […]

New Chairman of the Royal Marsden Cancer...

SIR Douglas Flint CBE has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. Douglas, who has been a trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity since 2017, will succeed Charles Alexander CBE when his six-year term expires in November. The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity […]

USDA launches Feds Feed Families 2022 to...

WASHINGTON, June 27, 2022 – Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announcement the kick off of the 13e annual Feds Feed Families program, a voluntary food drive that encourages employees of all federal agencies to donate in-kind contributions – food, services and time – to food banks and pantries of […]

Berkeley set to suspend ties with Russia...

Berkeley is set to become the second California municipality to suspend ties with its Russian sister cities this week amid the country’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Two of Berkeley’s 17 International Sister Cities are in Russia; relations with Dmitrov, located just north of Moscow, were founded in May 1991, while a partnership with Ulan-Ude, near […]

Dedicated volunteer works at charity sho...

SWNS A dedicated volunteer at a charity shop spends 12 hours a week commuting to and from work, despite being 100 years old. David Flucker celebrated his centenary this week, but still went to work the next day as usual at the St. Columba’s Hospice shop in Edinburgh, Scotland. David spends four hours traveling to […]

Moving to a New Town Solo Can Be Less Lo...

Last December, I rode my bike from my brother’s apartment to Union Station in Chicago and took a 52-hour train ride to San Francisco. It was my fifth move in as many years. I’m in my twenties and I’ve moved a dozen times. Since college, due to work and school, I have lived in Boston, […]

NKU School of the Arts presents “Scenes

The Northern Kentucky University School of the Arts opened “Scenes from Nowhere,” an exhibit that runs through August 26, with a closing reception on Thursday, August 25 from 5-7 p.m., free and open to the public. Kyle Angel It can be seen in the NKU SOTA Community Showcase Atrium, Main Gallery, Third Floor Gallery. “Scenes […]

Portland Paddling Retirees Complete 400-...

A power duo from PORTLAND completed their 400-mile kayaking challenge to benefit Julia’s House. Endurance athletes Tim Ellis, 66, and Eddie Ette, 65, ended up kayaking 423 miles from Land’s End to Margate in just 13 days to raise money for the children’s charity based in the Dorset. The challenge itself had to be split […]

Grand Canyon won’t be looking for volunt

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A bison herd that lives almost exclusively in the northern part of Grand Canyon National Park will not be targeted for a deadly removal this fall. The park used trained volunteers selected in a highly competitive and controversial lottery last year to kill bison, part of a toolkit to reduce the size […]

Lake Houston set for fourth celebrations

After forgoing some public 4th of July celebrations due to the COVID pandemic in previous years, the Lake Houston area will have several public and private options this year to celebrate the nations independence. Many homeowners associations and homeowners associations hold their own fireworks or 4th of July festivals, but are private and restricted to […]

The Burke family has a long heritage in ...

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

CommunityWorks receives $300,000 grant f...

CommunityWorksa statewide nonprofit lending institution and community development financial institution, announced June 23 that it had received a $300,000 grant from Truist Foundation. The funds will be used to support CommunityWorks’ Small Business Loan and Women’s Business Center programs. “Truist has been a long-time partner of CommunityWorks,” said Tammie Hoy Hawkins, CEO of CommunityWorks. “This […]

School Spirit: Volunteer Program Brings ...

ROB CLARK When familiar faces are in unexpected places, it sets off all sorts of alarm bells for kids. A few years ago, I had to deliver something to my oldest daughter’s middle school. My pre-teen was mortified to see “Daaaaad” – my name exaggerated by the excessive use of vowels – in her territory. […]

Windermere spa therapists undergo traini...

A DEDICATED group of Windermere spa therapists have been trained to assist in the treatment of cancer patients. Katie Read, Hannah Ford and Beckie Gibson of Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa have earned an oncology massage qualification through the accredited Jennifer Young Training School. Their training includes Level 1 and Advanced Cancer Awareness, as […]

From now on, only online mode to file bu...

Thiruvananthapuram: Following recent cases where health officials accepted bribes for the issuance and renewal of business licenses, the civic body has demanded that all business license applications be processed only through the online mode. company secretary Francois Binou issued a directive to the health wing stating that no business license applications should be received in […]

Avery Research Center receives rare reco...

Capping off a week of June 16 celebrations across the United States, the College of Charleston Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture is pleased to announce the receipt of the material which offer new perspectives on pivotal moments in the struggle for civil rights in the south Caroline Lowcountryincluding a rare recording […]

Creation of Colwood’s volunteer program

Colwood Council has postponed its decision on whether to carry out preliminary consultation work on a possible volunteer scheme until after the municipal elections this fall. At a meeting on June 13, the council. Cynthia Day moved a motion to delay the decision until the new board has been sworn in. The motion passed with […]

‘Women should be able to make their own

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert released a joint statement on Friday following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and eliminate the constitutional right to abortion. NBA AND WNBA STATEMENT REGARDING THE ROE V. WADE DECISION NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert released the following […]

Lagos Vice Governor, JCI and Microsoft A...

The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, has tasked the country to direct its efforts towards accelerating the improvement of the five pillars of the digital economy. The Deputy Governor detailed the five areas to include digital infrastructure, digital platform, digital financial services, digital entrepreneurship and digital skills. Speaking at the Global Digital […]

Greater Lynchburg Habitat for Humanity n...

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ) – Along Lynchburg’s Hillview Street, Greater Lynchburg Habitat for Humanity volunteers work diligently to build a home for Beatrice Payne and her family. “I love volunteers. I met many people. I have befriended a lot of people and a lot of them sign the walls inside my house to be always remembered,” […]

A Charity Evening of Laughter with Samue...

The community can get to know 2018 Golden Logie winner and Victorian Australian of the Year actor Samuel Johnson as he hosts ‘An Evening with Samuel Johnson’ in Torquay as part of the fundraising campaign of her cancer charity Love Your Sister. On the July 1 talk show at Torquay Surf Life Saving Club, Johnson […]

State Permit Shows America Has a Procedu...

In America today, almost 25% of jobs require a permit. In the name of consumer protection, states have delegated professional licensing to professional associations, which then decide the height of a fence to erect around the profession. Since licensure is overseen by practitioners and results in double-digit increases in income, the usual answer is quite […]

Bill aims to help Montgomery County resi...

Montgomery County officials hope new legislation establishing an office focused on food resilience can help connect disadvantaged residents to important social services as well as food distribution. The law project, presented at the county council meeting on Tuesday, would establish an Office of Food Systems Resilience. Board members approved just over $1 million in the […]

Worker and best friend of Corby Weetabix...

Adam Wright (30) at left and Alex Patience (33) at right A Corby Weetabix worker and his best friend are aiming to raise £1,000 for Children’s cancer charity while performing a parachute jump. Alex Patience and his best friend Adam Wright, both from Kettering, will take flight on July 30 in Peterborough. Alex said: “To […]

Marshall County CERT Team Honored with G...

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Lt. Governor Adam Gregg, far left, and Governor Kim Reynolds, far right, present the Governor’s Volunteer Award to Marshall County CERT members Kim Elder, Brian Krumm, Randy Waltemeyer and Scott Potter at a ceremony on Tuesday afternoon. DES MOINES — Earlier this week, Governor Kim Reynolds presented the Marshall […]

BMC launches ‘dry day’ campaign to conta

By Express press service BHUBANESWAR: As dengue fever cases crossed the 120 mark in the state capital this month, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) launched a ‘dry day’ campaign on Thursday to curb the spread of the disease with vector transmission in the city. Residents during the campaign were sensitized and advised to search their […]

CCST Workshop Envisions a More Holistic ...

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) hosted a workshop with leading public health experts on June 14e and 17e to identify opportunities to strengthen California’s public health system. Participants were challenged to produce actionable, holistic and equitable recommendations for decision makers. The workshop was part of the CCST Disaster Resilience Initiative COVID-19 […]

Oxfordshire cancer charity lacks new pre...

A cancer charity was unable to raise the funds it needed to secure its new premises, but staff have not given up hope and fundraising efforts will continue. Staff at the Hummingbird Centre, Bicester, were tasked with raising £700,000 within two weeks to secure the former Italian restaurant, Rigoletto, in Middleton Stoney, as their new […]

Search giant Google ready to pay for imp...

At a time when industry experts believe that the encyclopedia services market may create a new growth narrative in the coming years. As part of a growing trend by the American IT company to strike commercial deals with other web organizations, internet advertising giant Google has created a surprising move to pay for Wikipedia’s enhanced […]

Hawkers in Kolhapur City Demand Implemen...

According to the law, the local body is supposed to provide an infrastructure for the activity of hawkers KOLHAPUR: Various associations of street vendors Kolhapur The district wants the district administration to direct local bodies to implement the Street Vendors Livelihood (Protection) Act 2014, in letter and spirit. Representatives of street vendor associations met with […]

Rod Stewart and Van Morrison ‘raise the

A standing ovation greeted Sir Rod Stewart, Van Morrison and Paloma Faith as they led a star-studded line-up at a charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Thousands of people flocked to the world famous venue in central London for the Raise the Roof fundraising concert on Wednesday night, hosted by the charity Prostate Cancer […]

Volunteer hike the Appalachian Trail to ...

For immediate release Daybreak Shelter volunteer Nicole Hamel jumps for joy as she takes in a sunset from McAfee Knob, a well-known lookout point along the Appalachian Trail above Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Hamel hikes the entire approximately 2,181-mile trail to raise money for the Psychological Center Inc., in Lawrence. (Photo courtesy of Nicole Hamel via […]

SUSAN G. KOMEN® INVESTS $21.7 MILLION IN

DALLAS, June 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Susan G. Komen for Healing®the world’s leading organization for the fight against breast cancer, awards $21.7 million to fund 48 new research projects at 26 distinguished academic medical institutions across the United States that focus on improving patient outcomes – especially for people with the most […]

Asda in Tain held an eye-catching fundra...

Asda Tain employees Sorrell Jones, Holly Cox and Sean MacIvor took up the challenge for charity. An Easter Ross supermarket branch organized a brave charity shave this weekend for causes close to the hearts of those brave enough to take part. The initiative held at Asda Tain on Saturday morning resulted in a £500 donation […]

Volunteers travel across the country to ...

U. SAUCON TWP., Pa. — Mowing, raking, and watering aren’t so fun chores in your own backyard, but for these golf enthusiasts, it’s an honor to get dirty at Saucon Valley Country Club. “I am happy to play a small part in this whole great operation,” said volunteer Seamus Foley. Foley traveled from Ohio to […]

Toll Brothers Apartment Living – GuruFoc

FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Toll Brothers Apartment Living®, the rental subsidiary of Toll Brothers, Inc. (:TOL), the nation’s leading luxury home builder, announces the grand opening of Aster, the company’s new 22-story, 270-unit luxury apartment building in the Turtle Creek neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. The company recently held a grand […]

WHW Band of Brothers raises over £40,000

WHW Band of Brothers raises over £40,000 in memory of Dundee man Stuart Fraser Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google […]

Sumter Senior Services and Sumter RSVP S...

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please note that due to the threat of COVID-19, some of the following events may be canceled or postponed unexpectedly. Sumter Senior Services and Sumter’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Seek Volunteers to support the missions of non-profit organizations in Sumter County. RSVP connects the talents and skills of people 55 and […]

Giving voice to silent objects, British ...

His contributions show that in addition to writing, there is another talent, another profession, which, by reading the art and artefacts of the world, makes it possible to interpret and understand distant and ancient societies, with their beliefs and interactions. Professor Rawson adopted this approach in his study of Chinese bronzes and jades, and more […]

European Cycling Challenge raises almost...

Erl Wilkie and Donald Christie will donate the money raised to the Beatson Cancer Charity. Two friends from Glasgow have raised £2,427 for Beatson Cancer Charity, after cycling across Europe from Amsterdam to Hamburg. Erl Wilkie, 78, and his friend Donald Christie had been planning the 576km trip for some years, but it was postponed […]

Glavin to lead Shocker men’s tennis prog

History links Wichita State has named a rising star from one of the nation’s most successful programs as the new head men’s tennis coach. Darragh Glavin (first name pronounced “DARE-uh”) comes to Wichita after two seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Miami where he helped the Hurricane to back-to-back […]

Tariffs, trade, global politics and your...

Bill Oxford / iStock.com On January 22, 2018, President Donald Trump approved more than $10 billion in tariffs on solar panels and washing machines imported from China. According to the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the historically rare move marked the start of a protectionist trade policy that Trump had placed at the heart of […]

Macmillan management apologizes after re...

Incidents were downplayed, report finds Macmillan admitted failing to meet standards after employees said his organizational culture was consistently racist and ableist. Macmillan management brought in consultants from the Social Justice Collective after employees raised concerns about the work culture at the charity. Employees told consultants that complaints of abuse “were glossed over” and said […]

Northwest Chief Talks Community Partners

By Dr. John Jasinski, President of Northwest Missouri State University The high performance of Northwest Missouri State University since I became president of the institution in 2009 is the result of your contributions – and those of our partners. My inaugural remarks in 2009 focused on the importance of public-private partnerships, and I had no […]

Bridgestone supports Boys & Girls Clubs

Bridgestone Retail Operations has launched a two-week fundraising contest with NFL players from Tight End University in support of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The campaign is the latest activation of the Bridgestone Driving Great Futures partnership, which has raised more than $20 million to support Boys and Girls Clubs nationwide since the program’s […]

Ryan Peniston shares his emotional goal ...

Ryan Peniston has opened up about his goal of using his platform to raise awareness for people with cancer, after battling rhabdomyosarcoma as a child. The 26-year-old is set to play his second ATP Tour event at Eastbourne following his stunning Queen’s debut earlier this week. Peniston became one of the best-known players in British […]

Rotary club hosts Lanarkshire breast can...

A kind-hearted cancer survivor from Airdrie gave an “extremely informative” talk and presentation to Rotarians in Monklands. Sheila McNicol of Breast Cancer Now was invited to a meeting of the Rotary Club of Coatbridge, Airdrie and Monklands to highlight the organization’s outstanding work on behalf of people with breast cancer and their families. As Lanarkshire […]

Rwas and New Town Officials to Form Pane...

Image is used for representative purposes only KOLKATA: The New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA) plans to form a senior committee consisting of representatives from Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) and registered housing companies in the new town, as well as officials from NKDA to address civic issues. “The committee will have representatives from all RWAs […]

Fed up and fired up: Texas Republicans c...

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. HOUSTON — The Texas Republican Party has controlled every lever of state government since 2003 and won major victories last year on voting, redistricting, abortion, school programs and other longstanding priorities. date. Delegates to […]

Cancer survivor beauty queen competes in...

When Anglee Kumar takes to the stage next month in her quest to reach the Miss Universe final, she will already be a winner in the hearts of millions. Not for its appearance, as beautiful as it is, but for qualities far beyond the skin. For his courage and determination. Because Anglee will be wearing […]

For millions of Australians, volunteerin...

When I was young, I constantly begged my parents to book a trip to see my grandmother. But she lived in a different state and traveling with a physical disability like mine is not easy. As I grew older and became more difficult to transport, it was only on rare occasions that I was able […]

Democracies and Diversity – by Peter C.

(Photo by Emma Espejo/Getty Images.) Yascha Mounk, The Grand Experiment: Why Various Democracies Collapse and How They Can LastNew York: Penguin Press, 2022, 356 pages, $28.00. With its first two decades behind us, the 21st century is proving to be the age of identity politics. Around the world, from America and the UK to France […]

KUAR general manager leaves Little Rock ...

The general manager of public radio stations at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will step down, he confirmed Friday. Nathan Vandiver will step down as head of KUAR-FM, 89.1, next month, he said. Vandiver was previously program director for KUAR and KLRE-FM, 90.5, and his time at the stations began as an intern […]

Amateur jockey completes ‘race of her li

An amateur jockey has completed the “race of her life” in a charity race. The Macmillan Cancer Support charity race day took place at York Racecourse on Saturday June 11, where Beth Johnson raised £4,780 for the cause. The 23-year-old decided to take part in the run to give back to the charity, which supported […]

Warren Buffett’s charity lunch lands $19

June 17 (Reuters) – A lucky and likely wealthy person has bid more than $19 million to dine with Warren Buffett, in the 21st and final time the billionaire businessman auctioned off a private lunch to benefit from a charity in San Francisco. The winning bid in the eBay auction that ended on Friday night […]

Old Delhi: Cluster of dilapidated struct...

Thursday night’s house collapse in central Delhi’s Paharganj, which killed a 3-year-old child and injured his two sisters and father, has again brought into focus the issue of unsafe buildings in Old Delhi and the city. -Sadar Paharganj (SP -City), following the severe thunderstorm on May 30, when part of a building near Jama Masjid […]

Confirming faculty fears, Purdue board c...

When Purdue University administrators announced their new president this month, they omitted some key information: how and why they chose this person. What made the event even more surprising was that the trustees announced the retirement as president of Mitchell E. Daniels Jr., who led the university for a decade, at the same time as […]

Inverness GP completes MoonWalk for brea...

LR Iain Grant, Isla Macleod, Poppy Macleod, Morag Macleod, Andrew Macleod, Jamie Macleod An Inverness doctor with breast cancer has taken part in the annual MoonWalk for charity as she shares her story of her diagnosis. Morag Macleod, mum of three, had breast cancer in 2021. But just recently she completed a 26.2-mile Full Moon […]

Undergraduate studies take a multi-prong...

The Office of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) has developed a strategic plan demonstrate leadership engagement, commitment and support for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) practices across its many units – Academic Council, Army & Air Force ROTC, Mass Academy of Mathematics and ScienceMorgan Center for Teaching and Learning, Robotics Resource Center, and Center for STEM Education. […]

Mission/HCA and AdventHealth call for 67...

ASHEVILLE — The nonprofit AdventHealth Hospital System and HCA Healthcare-owned Mission Hospital in Asheville has applied for a certificate of need with the North Carolina Division of Health Services Regulation to build a 67-story community hospital beds. AdventHealth is proposing to build at the Enka Center near the Smokey Park Highway. Mission wants to build […]

About 4,000 women with breast cancer cou...

Around 4,000 women with breast cancer could benefit from a new NHS-approved twice-daily pill. The Breast Cancer Now association has welcomed the decision of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (Nice) to offer women abemaciclib, which reduces the risk of disease recurrence once the tumor withdrawn. The drug, made by Eli Lilly, is […]

Help for Ukraine: OHSU members collect d...

James Pavlock, OHSU Real Estate Specialist, unloads OHSU Ukraine donations at Delta Logistics in Wilsonville on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. These were the last OHSU Ukraine donations dropped off at Delta Logistics in Wilsonville. Delta Logistics then transported these items to Seattle, WA, where they were loaded onto a plane bound for Poland. (OHSU/Christine Torres […]

Postponement of Olympic Day activities i...

Views : 39 Posted: Thursday, June 16, 2022. 8:57 a.m. CST. By Ruben Morales Iglesias: Belize Olympic Day activities are postponed due to inclement weather forecast over the weekend. “Due to the unfavorable weather forecast, the Olympic Day event scheduled for Sunday June 19 has been postponed. We apologize for the inconvenience caused […]

An artist from the Cal State Long Beach ...

Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld, the author of the self-help book, is a major donor at California State University, Long Beach. In 2019, she gave the university $10 million, the largest donation Cal State has received for the expansion of the university’s art museum, which now bears Kleefeld’s name. But clean art said she also donated “120 […]

Australian charity launches world’s firs

230,000 Australian men and their families will have free access to a new mental health counseling service for Australians affected by prostate cancer. The prostate cancer consultation servicelaunched today by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, will be the first of its kind in the world. PCFA CEO Anne Savage said the service would help […]

Pilot dead, shot in domestic assault

June 11, 2022 Passing Mount Airy Secondary School along North South Street, one notices the walls, sidewalks and signage of a typical educational institution – but one probably doesn’t realize that a thriving business lies also within its limits. On a recent morning at the Blue Bear Cafe as the school year drew to a […]

Charles H. Wright Museum of African Amer...

A mile to support the operations of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the Detroit Historical Society will not appear on the August ballot. After failing to pass enabling legislation this year, the museums are pushing back on their bid to operate mills in Wayne and Oakland counties until 2024. To […]

A charity dance class will take place in...

A charity dance class will take place in the town of Newbridge later this week in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. The class will be run by the Droichead Nua Irish Figure Dancing Class (IFDC). Commenting on the event, the band said: “We are delighted to be able to hold our summer school charity […]

Volunteers Traverse Iowa Listening for F...

TRIPOLI — Stacey Snyder watched the sun set over her northern Iowa hometown one evening last month. Watching an American flag gently fluttering down the street, she rated the strength of the wind on a three-point scale: “I would say maybe it’s not a ‘three’ because it’s not fully extended , but it gets there.” […]

Dismissed from his work with the Indians...

Sent to a desk job after President Jair Bolsonaro was elected, indigenous protector Bruno Pereira took time off and returned to the field – but is now missing along with British journalist Dom Phillips Until far-right Jair Bolsonaro took office as president of Brazil in 2019, missing Amazon expert Bruno Pereira coordinated efforts to protect […]

Pharmacists assess cancer symptoms and r...

People with potential signs of cancer will be able to be assessed and referred for hospital examination at street pharmacies as part of new NHS plans to speed up diagnosis of the disease. The scheme will mean that people in England suffering from lumps, coughs, bleeding or other symptoms of cancer will no longer need […]

Friends of Haleakalā National Park is lo

June 14, 2022, 8:08 a.m. HST Volunteers are needed for service trips to Haleakalā National Park. Photo credit: Friends of Haleakalā National Park/Matt Wordeman Friends of Haleakalā National Park is seeking volunteers for a grueling 3-night service trip July 2-5 to help preserve native Hawaiian ecosystems at Haleakalā Crater. Volunteers should be experienced hikers and […]

Why can’t Paul Rudolph’s buildings take

Below are the final three articles written as part of the New Voices in Architectural Journalism Fellowship, a mentorship-based program developed by The architect’s journal and the Pratt Institute School of Architecture. All three articles were published in the June 2022 issue of A; a second set of pieces written by New Voices’ inaugural cohort […]

The Eastenders actor is inspired by the ...

It’s a storyline that captivated millions of Eastenders fans, as the male character Stuart Highway was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. But what few will know is that actor Ricky Champ, who plays Stuart, made sure he learned vital knowledge for the role by meeting an online support group co-founded by psychologist DMU Kerry […]

Delta Hospital is looking for volunteers...

Community members interested in joining the Patient Partner program can contact Hospital Volunteer Services If you are interested in promoting and supporting equal and communicative partnerships between healthcare providers and their patients and families, volunteering with Delta Hospital’s Patient Partner Program could be the perfect fit. Currently supported by five volunteers, the program is focused […]

Bring it to the street

June 11, 2022 Passing Mount Airy Secondary School along North South Street, one notices the walls, sidewalks and signage of a typical educational institution – but one probably doesn’t realize that a thriving business lies also within its limits. On a recent morning at the Blue Bear Cafe as the school year drew to a […]

City of Lawrence to distribute $150,000 ...

Lawrence Town Hall (file photo August Rudisell/Lawrence Times) Share this post or save it for later The Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission will soon be looking to distribute $150,000 in grants to local arts organizations. The money comes from a grant from the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) bailout to help the arts and […]

Cancer: symptoms may include puffiness, ...

Cancer symptoms can be ill-defined, so in many cases they are ignored. Current pressures on cancer care, however, highlight the urgent need to educate the public about the warning signs. According to health organizations, many people with lung cancer report seeing changes in the appearance of their face. An entry posted on the Reynolds Cancer […]

A Minneapolis woman was about to be depo...

Placeholder while loading article actions Linda Taylor was given two months’ notice by her landlord to vacate the Minneapolis home she’s proudly called home for nearly two decades. “I felt like the world had been ripped away from me,” Taylor, 70, said. “My home means everything to me.” She originally owned the house, but sold […]

Otago Polytechnic learners collaborate f...

Monday, June 13, 2022, 10:11 a.m.Press release: Te Pukenga Learners at Otago Polytechnic from various disciplines combine their brains for charity. Tauira studies events, hairdressing, fashion, beauty and photography and brings to life “Odyssey for a Cure”, which will raise funds for Breast Cancer Cure. Held at the Sargood Center on Friday, June 17, the […]

Troy Republican council members ask comm...

TROY — The city continues to lose a council member following the abrupt decision to withdraw a resolution that would have replaced a former lawmaker who pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges last week. Now lawmakers are gearing up for what could be a protracted process to replace ex-Councillor Kimberly Ashe-McPherson, who resigned from City […]

Welwyn photographer focuses on charity f...

Danny and Matt shortly after crossing the finish line Submitted by Strand PR A freelance photographer from Hertfordshire who fought – and won – his own battle with cancer has cycled 100 miles to raise awareness of the disease. Danny Loo, 39, has teamed up with friend and fellow photographer Matt Fisher to tackle the […]

Top-seeded Tennessee Volunteers bounce b...

Knoxville, Tenn. –Luc Lipcius hit two home runs in an eight-run fifth inning and No. 1 seed Tennessee cruised to a 12-4 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday to stay alive in the Knoxville Super Regional. Tennessee (57-8) and Notre Dame (39-15) will play Game 3 on Sunday with a College World Series spot on […]

The Peacock family chose to ring the wir...

Last Sunday’s column began a response to John Moore Jr.’s questions about the Peacock Military Academy, or PMA, a now-defunct private school with a long and idiosyncratic history. His father, then captain. John Moore Sr., taught Spanish and was one of the military instructors at the school, founded in 1894 in what is now the […]

Poor Health Services Amid Nigerians Enti...

The delivery of health care in Nigeria has faced major challenges in achieving universal health coverage. While significant progress was made in the first two decades after the country’s independence in 1960, the economic downturn resulting from the fall in the price of oil on which Nigeria depended led to a series of twists and […]

Lawyer twisted into ‘ghost worker’ taxpa

A solicitor involved in a fiddling to dupe his council employers and a cancer charity has been ordered to repay some of the money. Kalvinder Garcha, 50, was previously a senior solicitor at Oadby and Wigston Borough Council. She was jailed last October for two years and six months, after being convicted by a jury […]

Matrix Ellis-Kirk wins 93rd Linz Award f...

About 40 years ago, a 21-year-old woman moved to Dallas and started volunteering. She didn’t stop. And those who know her say Dallas is better at her work transforming the city with a strong commitment to diversity and equity. Today, she received one of Dallas’ oldest civic honors, the 93rd Linz Award, which recognizes community […]

Making the GHEITI Report Accessible and ...

Participants at a workshop on the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) 2019 report called for easy accessibility of the report, devoid of technical language and jargons, to enhance its understanding. They said the GHEITI report should be actively promoted through the posting of essential data on notice boards, in local languages ​​and frequent community […]

Milwaukee-based African-American roundta...

By Karen Stokes Markasa Tucker-Harris, Executive Director African American Roundtable (Photo/African American Roundtable) The Milwaukee-based African-American Roundtable has received the $500,000 True Reformer Institutional Grant from the Public Welfare Foundation (PWF). Seven True Reformer Grants have been awarded to organizations nationwide advancing restorative, community-led, and racially just approaches to justice to honor the Foundation’s 75th […]

Marketing’s ‘Sprintathon’ raises £50,000

Brands such as Britvic, Camelot and Just Eat have taken part in this week’s annual charity event, which has raised over £650,000 since its launch in 2016. Source: The Marketing Company Teams from across the marketing industry came together to complete a combined 42.2km sprint for charity this week, raising over £52,000 to fund both […]

Welch Recognized for Volunteer Work with...

Judy Welch receives her Citizen of the Year award from Fire Chief Brian Hanus in front of the Tama Fire Department building during the Lincoln Highway Bridge Festival Judy Welch was recently named Tama’s Citizen of the Year after receiving a nomination from the fire department. Welch’s consistent charitable work over […]

Hurricane Season, Jan. 6 Committee Heari...

Palm Beach County Mayor Robert Weinroth Last week: With little chance of becoming law, the United States House moved to pass gun legislation, raising the minimum age to 21 for the purchase of semi-automatic weapons, in response to the recent wave of mass shootings (notably in Buffalo and Uvalde). However, any real hope for a […]

New Collins Community Credit Union housi...

Leaders, Believers, Achievers Foundation, Empowering Youths of Iowa, Tanager Place and Neighborhood Finance Corporation each have space in the new location The newly opened Collins Community Credit Union houses several nonprofit businesses inside the building, including the Neighborhood Finance Corporation on First Avenue NE in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Monday, June 6, 2022. (Savannah Blake/The […]

Remarkable Fermanagh charity group raise...

A fundraising group in Fermanagh, started over 30 years ago, has raised over £870,000 to support local families affected by cancer. The Fermanagh Friends of the Cancer Center fundraising group was started by Jim Gamble and Avril Graham to help raise vital funds for cancer patients and their families and to raise awareness of the […]

Montgomery Meals on Wheels program adds ...

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – Gas and groceries are two things that are costing more for everyone right now, but that’s not stopping the Montgomery Meals on Wheels program from continuing. “Even though our food costs have increased, we have remained committed to feeding seniors on our client list,” said Donna Marietta, CEO of the Montgomery […]

The Massive Betrayal of Trust ⋆ Brownsto

In the genre of film known as Dark movie – made in Hollywood in the late 30’s and 40’s – the defining mark is the loss of confidence. Everyone has a racket. Someone who looks good mostly pretends. Information about the real story comes at a high cost. No one speaks without coercion or payment. […]

Church Volunteers Spread Hope in the Ill...

In 2015, Week of Hope volunteers helped with invasive weeds in downtown La Salle. Several hours and seven trucks later, the city center was clear. It was volunteer Zach Neitzel’s first project with Hope Week, and since then, Neitzel said he hasn’t seen a single weed downtown. Now Neitzel is one of the leaders of […]

7 remaining vying for chairmanship of Na...

Tribune press service British Sharma Ambala, June 8 With the attribution of the symbols, seven women candidates are left to compete for the post of Chairman of the Naraingarh Municipal Committee, in addition to 45 candidates for the positions of members of 15 civic body wards. While the BJP, INLD, AAP and BSP […]

Stritch Announces Community Enrollment P...

Cardinal Stritch University is proud to announce that it has created a Community Enrollment Partner Network that creates unique connections between the University and Milwaukee organizations. Staff members and those served by network members have the option of enrolling in Stritch classes at a discounted rate. These new partnerships will enhance the needs of each […]

Local restaurant is fighting childhood c...

The Firebirds Wood Fired Grill will be turning lots of lemons into lemonade June 10-12 to raise money for a cure for childhood cancer. The restaurant partners with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), a non-profit organization that funds childhood cancer treatment and research. To date, Firebirds has donated over $2.7 million to the ALSF. This […]

Gap Year Provides Opportunity for Real-W...

Working in healthcare is something Ian Rogers is passionate about. After enrolling at the University of Kansas and earning his undergraduate degree in biology, medical school was the next step. He applied during his freshman year, gaining admission to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “I really want to get into orthopedics and work with children,” he […]

Malawi: Open letter to President Chakwer...

We Malawian scholars and professionals in the Diaspora note with great concern the growing leadership crisis in Malawi and the deteriorating socio-economic conditions that have made life unbearable for ordinary Malawians. We are disappointed that the promise of a new dawn represented by the decisions of the High Court, sitting as the Constitutional Court, and […]

Thomas and his family go the extra mile ...

Ochiltree Community Hub recently hosted a coffee morning for a local family in honor of the Beatson Cancer Charity. The Mangan family organized the charity event as they had recently used the services provided by the Beatsons and they wanted to raise funds to show their thanks and appreciation. Thomas Mangan organized the coffee morning […]

Nassau Police Class 2022 Explorer Celebr...

Catalina Amoros of Baldwin hopes to combine a career in law enforcement with her passion – caring for animals. The 18-year-old took a step toward achieving her goal of becoming a K-9 officer as one of 166 Nassau Police Explorers in the Class of 2022. On Tuesday, she joined 122 other Explorers during a recognition […]

Beyond the energy price shock, towards C...

Traditional energy production in advanced economies involves importing large quantities of oil and gas from a small number of suppliers. Renewable energy systems under new community ownership structures are being developed across Europe. The objective is to develop cheap, clean and safe energy by bringing the production of electricity closer to the people who will […]

The pandemic drop in undergraduate enrol...

Education Policy Education Policy By Nathan Grawe·June 7, 2022 Carleton College The problem: According to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, undergraduate enrollment at U.S. post-secondary institutions fell 4.7% in the spring of 2022 compared to the same period a year earlier. While the rate of decline was somewhat lower than the 4.9% annual reduction […]

An Omagh cancer charity volunteer on his...

A volunteer with a local cancer charity in Omagh spoke of his pride after being honored with a British Empire Medal by the Queen. Ivan Gilmour is Vice President of Care for Cancer at Tyrone Company city, and was named after volunteering with the organization for more than 25 years. After learning that he would […]

Volunteer Week: Retired volunteers at Va...

A selfless retired diner from Renton helps bring joy to the services at Vale of Leven Hospital. Margaret Owen spoke of the joy she derives from volunteering at the Vale in an effort to involve more people. The 70-year-old started volunteering at the Vale at the start of the year, helping with the tea cart […]