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Dallas Black Chamber Amplifies Support f...

Black entrepreneurs have historically struggled to attract backers, receiving just 1% of the money distributed by venture capitalists as recently as 2020. The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce is working to change that. At a leadership summit Wednesday for Black-owned businesses and nonprofits, leaders from diverse business backgrounds spoke to more than 100 attendees about […]

Campbell & Company and Joy-Raising Annou

Campbell & Company and Joy-Raising LLC celebrate their partnership on Zoom. “We are thrilled to enter into this partnership with Joy-Raising,” said Kate Roosevelt, co-president of Campbell & Company. CHICAGO (PRWEB) August 31, 2022 Campbell & Company (CC), an employee-owned national consulting firm specializing in fundraising, communications consulting, data strategy and executive search, announces […]

Rush’s Alex Lifeson to receive special a

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson will receive a special honor at the 24th edition Ann Liguori Foundation Charity Golf Classic event, which will take place on September 22 at the Maidstone Club in East Hampton, New York. The annual fundraiser, hosted by a veteran sports broadcaster and talk show host Anne Liguoribenefits various […]

Lasting Saturday! September 10, 10am-2p...

Sustainable Saturday September 10, 2022 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 378 Main Street SUSTAINABLE SATURDAY SELLER UPDATE – USDA BEE LAB The Bee Research Lab conducts research to improve the health of honey bee colonies and help the beekeeping industry maintain an adequate and healthy supply of bees for crop pollination. Founded in 2021, Millie […]

Harari: On the forced seizure of the pro...

Photographs of damage to Aw Abdal Institute properties. Photo: Harari Council of Ontario Please click here to download the full document, including letters from correspondents. Addis Ababa – The first known incident in which the Aw Abdal Institute (the Institute) was targeted by criminal elements dates back to August 2018 (Nehase 2010). It began with […]

Campus Pride Names Penn One of “Best of

Penn was recognized as a 2022 “Best of the Best” by Campus Pride for his support of the LGBTQ community. Credit: Max Mester Campus Pride — a nonprofit that advocates for LGBTQ students — recognized Penn on its 2022 “Best of the Best” list. This year’s “Best of the Best” list includes 40 four-year colleges […]

Halstead donor to run marathon with girl...

A LIFE-SAVING donor is about to team up with the woman he saved to run the world’s biggest half-marathon. Elliott Brock, 43, was 29 when he decided to donate his bone marrow to a young stranger 14 years ago. After joining the registry run by Anthony Nolan, a stem cell transplant and leukemia cancer charity, […]

Residents are raising concerns about eme...

TOBYHANNA TWP., Pennsylvania – Who will respond in an emergency? Some people in the Poconos were out in force Tuesday night looking for answers to that question. The Tobyhanna Township Volunteer Fire Department in Monroe County tells us that they are currently “out of service” in Tobyhanna Township and will only respond to calls as […]

Dogwood Dell neighbor’s hopeful talks wi

RICHMOND, Va. – Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith is preparing to meet with community members from across the city, following controversy surrounding an alleged July 4 mass shooting plot to to restore trust with residents. Community advocate Paige Quilter plans to attend and speak directly with the chief about her neighbors’ concerns. As president of […]

Apply for the Jane R. Parks Master Garde...

MADISON COUNTY — A group of like-minded volunteers will award a grant, the Jane R. Parks Memorial Fund, to another organization that has community betterment in mind. Master Gardeners of North Alabama or MGNA has grants to fund existing educational/horticultural projects in Madison County. The fundraising namesake, Jane R. Parks, worked as an educator for […]

Ex-Echo on the run to fight prostate can...

TWO former colleagues from The Northern Echo are teaming up in the fight against prostate cancer. Nick Loughlin and Paul Fraser worked together for 15 years at Priestgate Sports Office and, as the pair now work apart while remaining in media, they are reconnecting. As Nick runs the London Marathon to benefit the charity, Rephrase […]

Campbell joins the wrestling staff as a ...

History links EAST LANSING, Michigan – Michigan State Wrestling Added Big Ten Alumnus Te’Shan Campbell To The 2022-23 Coaching Staff As Volunteer Assistant, Head Coach Roger Chandler announced Tuesday. “Te’Shan brings a lot of experience as a competitor and as a coach,” Chandler said. “There is no doubt that he is a […]

Residents’ Petition to Accelerate UGD Wo

Residents on Tuesday demanded that municipal authorities speed up the work of the UGD and the desilting of the canals before the onset of the monsoon. They were attending a Society grievance redress meeting chaired by Mayor Indrani Pon Vasanth with Deputy Mayor T. Nagarajan and East Zone Chairman I S. Vasuki here. A resident […]

Cancer patient Worthing takes on a chall...

A CANCER patient took on an exhausting challenge in memory of her mother who died of the disease last year. Ali Durrant, from Worthing, completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for a charity that has helped his mother, Angela. Angela died of cervical cancer in January 2021, Ali was diagnosed with breast […]

Junior League announces 23 rising stars ...

Twenty-three people who live, work or volunteer in Orange County have been selected as 2022 Orange County Rising Stars. They will be honored at an event to be held on Wednesday, November 9 at the Villa Venezia barn in Middletown, NY from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Junior League of Orange County, NY is proud to host […]

MP Kirron Kher inaugurates Chandigarh Se...

Chandigarh MP (MP) Kirron Kher on Monday inaugurated the Area 21 Community Center, which she says will provide people with the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of activities, in addition to promoting social inclusion and the feeling of belonging. UT Civic Body Mayor Sarbjit Kaur, his Deputy Anup Gupta and Civic Body […]

Five ways banks and fintechs are trying ...

Banks and fintechs are using technology to help their customers make more climate-friendly choices. They grant green loans, help consumers understand the impact of their transactions and encourage them to spend more environmentally friendly. Climate awareness can attract young customers in particular: according to the Simon-Kucher Global Sustainability Study in 2021, 39% of Gen Z […]

New United Way CEO wants local focus aft...

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – Angela Williams’ first year as president and CEO of United Way Worldwide has been marked by challenges: rising inflation, war in Ukraine leading to increased demand for charitable services and the need to restore public confidence in its organization. . As the first black leader of United Way Worldwide, the former […]

Team Crystal Tran – Chicago Agent Magazi

Crystal Tran, Broker Salma Torres, Broker Nitasha Kassam, Broker Kimberly Trefilek, Broker Armando Zires, Broker Christophe Saucédo, Broker Kevin Little, Broker Nina Guidice, Broker This team of nine agents brings together diverse backgrounds, professional experience and immense knowledge to deliver the high quality service that the Crystal Tran team is known for. “Together, we are […]

FOSWAC meeting | Pilot project to insta...

A pilot project to install gates at strategic entry points to sectors to fortify residential areas of the city was discussed at the executive meeting of the Federation of Sectors Welfare Association Chandigarh (FOSWAC) on Sunday. At the meeting, which was attended by UT Police Chief Superintendent Kuldeep Singh Chahal, it was decided that the […]

Volunteers Wanted for Brown County Meals...

ASHWAUBENON (NBC 26) — Daniel Neuman, an 81-year-old Ashwaubenon resident, has served his entire life. A veteran, he served four years in the Navy. Before that, he was a volunteer firefighter as a teenager. These days, Neuman serves his community in a different way. Each week, he hits the road delivering meals to those in […]

REX NELSON: Big on Little Rock

Dozens of commercial real estate agents are crammed into a conference room in what was once part of the Alltel complex in the Riverdale neighborhood of Little Rock. The subject is the capital of Arkansas – where things are now and where they are heading. Spectators have a vested interest in the economic performance of […]

British Gas workers travel the Isle of W...

BRITISH Gas colleagues and friends toured the Isle of Wight for charity, covering 65 miles with over 4,200ft of climbs to conquer. Last month, the group aimed to push their bodies to the limit and raise money for two projects close to their hearts, Testicular Cancer UK and charity The Wave Project. Unfortunately, one of […]

In the northeast of the United States, v...

This summer, Asa Peters walked into a forest near Kingston, Massachusetts, and began chopping down a plant called Japanese knotweed. “It’s hard. You have to keep shooting and shooting…but it’s cool,” he said. It was hard work in the hot August weather. Peters and other Native American volunteers worked to return the land to how […]

Ban on plastic flexies leaves printers o...

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s decision to ban the use of plastic flexies has left hundreds of flexi printers and employees working in the sector on hold in Visakhapatnam. Facing a bleak future, members of the printers association are expected to hold a meeting very soon to discuss their action plan. According to printers, […]

(BPRW) Camille Simone Thomas’ PARENT PLU

(BPRW) Camille Simone Thomas’ PARENT PLUS LOANS take place from September 9 to 17, 2022 Graduate or die trying. Camille Simone Thomas’ solo show, “PARENT PLUS PRET”, addresses the harsh reality of college studies. (Black PR wire) Dixon Square present PARENT LOANS PLUSa play written and performed by Camille Simone Thomas, realized by Sierra B. […]

St Mary’s Parish Center raises £1,000 fo

The money will be shared equally between the Rosemère Cancer Foundation and the Derian House Children’s Hospice. The members donated her half to the Rosemère Cancer Foundation’s community fundraiser, Yvonne Stott. Rosemère was chosen as the recipient at the request of several regular players in the competition for a cause close to their hearts. Members […]

Bianca Andreescu: “I literally wanted to

OWhen asked how she felt about being back on the pitch, Bianca Andreescu’s voice resonates with the repeated precision of someone who knew that question was coming. The 22-year-old Canadian tennis player feels good. She feels ready, focused, fresh. She knows she pulled out of the Cincinnati Western & Southern Open earlier this month, but […]

Polypill reduces cardiovascular events i...

Barcelona, ​​Spain – August 26, 2022: A pill containing aspirin and drugs to lower lipids and blood pressure more effectively prevents further adverse cardiovascular events after a heart attack compared to taking the drugs separately. That’s the conclusion of late-breaking research presented in a Hot Line session today at the 2022 ESC Congress.1 Dr Valentin […]

Edwardsville resident Lance McOlgan clim...

Lance McOlgan’s “summer vacation” was a little different this year, but he wouldn’t trade it for anything. McOlgan, a 48-year-old resident of Edwardsville, was among a group of people who climbed Chimborazo, Ecuador’s highest mountain, on August 19 for the eighth annual Climb for the Kids, organized by the Keep Climbing Foundation. The Climb for […]

Missouri S&T – News & Events – Volunteer

More than 450 7th and 8th grade girls from across Missouri are expected to attend the 21st Annual Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference on Friday, September 23 on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology. Female volunteers are needed to guide groups of students around campus for this event. Volunteers will work from […]

Calling All Community Advocates – Apply

Posted on August 26, 2022 Learn how to become a neighborhood advocate and create positive change in your community with the free Neighborhood College of Arlington County program. The application period for the fall 2022 session is now open. The program is for Arlingtonians who want to become more involved in neighborhood and county issues. […]

Boy who survived leukemia sets up charit...

Debbie Jamieson / Stuff Lars van Halder, 9, with Quintus, the border collie puppy he received from the Make-A-Wish Foundation after surviving cancer. A Queenstown boy has set up an organization to help ‘one million children’ with cancer after recovering from the disease himself. In June last year, Lars van Halder was a happy 8-year-old […]

Volunteers get to work on the outdoor sk...

TOWNSHIP — Adjacent to the Township Pavilion on Lincoln Street, the outdoor skating rink has deteriorated into a safety hazard and “horror,” resident Timothy I. Abplanalp said last year. But a community-led revival is transforming the space into an all-weather rink for ice hockey, roller skating, skateboarding, box lacrosse and basketball. “This all needs a […]

Hyderabad set to go green this Ganesh Ch...

Hyderabad: In order to have an eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi, the state government has decided to promote eco-friendly Ganesh idols for the festivities which start from August 31st. Following the initiative, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HDMA) will distribute more than one lakh Ganesh clay idols for free. These idols will be distributed by the authorities […]

Excitement building for the new home of ...

After more than a decade of discussions and planning, North Valley Music School is finally considering a breakthrough date for its new Whitefish facility that will give the local institution a chance to expand to better meet future needs and improve its current offerings for music. students in the Flathead Valley. The music school hopes […]

Mole mapping service at Ulster Hospital,...

A mole mapping service, the first of its kind in Northern Ireland, has been launched at Ulster Hospital. Health Minister Robin Swann described the new service as “a significant step forward in the early diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer melanoma”. The new service is a partnership between the South Eastern Health and Social Care […]

Five Questions with Mindy Tate on Questi...

Mindy Tate’s photo In April 2020, at Franklin Tomorrow’s Breakfast with the Mayors event, Mayor Ken Moore announced the launch of Find Hope Franklin. This initiative is a byproduct of the Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Task Force, which was formed in 2019 to address mental health and addiction issues in Franklin and Williamson counties. This month, […]

Blame My Roots donates $25,000 to volunt...

TL Photo/ROBERT A. DEFRANK The Blame My Roots country music concert is donating $25,000 Wednesday to school booster clubs and first responders who volunteered during the concert. Joe Thompson, left to right, and Kelly Robinson of the Union Local Touchdown Club, Doug Harris, Chief of the Morristown Fire Department, Dustin Hudak of […]

Sport in the name of charity

Fadhil Younus For a noble cause, several public and private sector organizations have collected donations and organized competitions, particularly through sport, in an act of charity. Over the years, grassroots charitable campaigns across a wide range of sports have aided beneficiaries and non-profit organizations nationwide by collecting donations accumulated through player fee proceeds. Collective efforts […]

Barcelona vs Man City live score, update...

The European season started a few weeks ago but giants FC Barcelona and Manchester City break their competitive efforts when they face off in a charity match at Camp Nou which benefits a cause close to home for both organizations. The teams gather at the Camp Nou to support Juan Carlos Unzue, former team-mate and […]

What are the different types of map soft...

It would take a long time to describe all the distinctions in how the boards of various industries conduct their governance activities. There are as many types of CA management software as there are companies and institutions. It should be noted from the outset that most, if not all, of the existing solutions are not […]

Launch of Go Fund Me for a 23-year-old w...

A fundraising page has been launched to help a Bournemouth man with terminal cancer complete his to-do list. Over £19,000 has been donated to the ‘Culling Cancer’ Go Fund Me launched in support of 23-year-old Benjamin Cull. The page was started by Ben’s girlfriend Daisy Morrison to help the couple embark on dream vacations, fun […]

Remembering Sandra Deal, Former First La...

Former Georgia First Lady Sandra Dunagan Deal has died at age 80. She died Tuesday after a battle with cancer. Governor Brian Kemp announced his death from his Twitter account early Tuesday evening. As the wife of the 82nd Governor of Georgia, Nathan’s OfferSandra Deal served as Georgia’s first lady from 2011 to 2019. She […]

Ways and means of adopting new technolog...

“Who takes responsibility for the destruction of more than 70 houses of deputies and 600 other properties? By Shamindra Ferdinando Sri Lanka’s ruling Secretary General Podujana Peramuna (SLPP), Sagara Kariyawasam, MP, told Galle Face yesterday (23) that there should be no investigation into the violence on the eve of the May 9 incidents. and outside […]

Chicago businessman donates staggering $...

A Chicago businessman, who keeps a very low profile, has made the largest-ever donation to a political nonprofit, with the total amount far exceeding $1 billion. Barre Seid, 90, has just quietly donated $1.6 billion to a group led by the man many credit with helping populate the Supreme Court with candidates under former President […]

Charity sends elderly residents to coast...

Residents of North Kensington are taken to the seaside for a three-day break as Notting Hill Carnival returns for the first time since 2019. The event takes place in London, across Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Grove, Westbourne Park and Kensal Road. Thousands of revelers are ready to return to attend the carnival to celebrate […]

Twenty-two young adult volunteers who wi...

(PNS) — Twenty-two Young Adult Volunteers who agreed to donate a year of service for a life of change were ordered online Sunday in a service that featured moving, comforting and uplifting words from the Reverend Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II and the Reverend Dr. Diane Moffett. Watch the hour-long service here. “Wow! You are […]

Agroecology boosts jobs, rural economies...

“The Politics of Knowledge” is a new compendium from the Global Alliance for the Future of Food on how funders, researchers and policymakers can help scale agroecological practices across the world. “Businesses and governments have supported [industrial agriculture] by billions of dollars of investment, which have been invested in systems that lock farmers into certain […]

Greenwich Bakery owner heads to the Alps...

Many locals know Charlotte Dequeker as part of the family run Raphael’s Bakery on Mason Street, which has become a community hub since opening in December 2020. Not everyone knows that Dequeker is an elite runner who traveled to France this week for a grueling 100 mile run to raise money to fight pancreatic cancer. […]

Tulare County Animal Services deserves a...

By Tricia Stever Blattler, Executive Director of the Tulare County Agricultural Bureau and volunteer with a local dog shelter and interacts with animal shelters throughout the Central Valley. These guys were part of a litter of puppies thrown into an orchard and are now up for adoption I serve on the Tulare County Animal Services […]

Resource ready – URI News

KINGSTON, RI – August 22, 2022 – The dry conditions this summer have many of us looking nervously out the window at our stressed shrubs, and perhaps even the plants found inside our homes. Rest assured, care and advice from the University of Rhode Island Plant Protection Clinic is just a mail or email away. […]

Navy stalwart and rugby fan Sid, 58, los...

TRIBUTE was paid to a stalwart of the Navy from Little Clacton who died at the age of 58. Chief Petty Officer Graham ‘Sid’ Street, an underwater warfare specialist, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2017. Originally from Little Clacton in Essex but living in Portsmouth, he has spent much of his free time with […]

Volunteering helps Joe Garber give back ...

News Photo by Alyssa Ochss Joe Garber is shown at the library. ALPENA — Since he was very young, volunteering has been part of Joe Garber’s life. Garber, 59, is a credit manager at Citizens National Bank in Cheboygan, but he also does a lot of volunteering around Alpena. Garber […]

Seventy-five years of study: part

The first half of the 1970s brought both good and bad news for education in Pakistan. The good news was that the Bhutto government had a plan to provide free education to all under the nationalization program rather than relying on the private sector. The idea was to improve and strengthen the public education sector […]

Rick Shiels Charity Challenge – 150 Mile

Rick Shiels is the CEO of YouTube Golf. In case you missed his backstory, here it is: Amassing some 2.3 million subscribers, shooting videos for over 10 years, he has proven adept at capturing the interest of the golf world as he continues to grow. His videos range from playing golf with 7-foot-7 clubs, teaching […]

The Fairmont State Foundation welcomes n...

FAIRMONT, W. Va. – The Fairmont State Foundation welcomes Rae Dyer as the new president of the fundraising organization. Diane Phillips “We are thrilled to welcome Rae to our campus community and fortunate to have the opportunity to serve alongside her as we partner to move the institution forward,” said Dianna Phillips, Acting President of […]

Nic the dog encourages patients and staf...

Brad Schmitt, The Tennessean NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Screams, applause and cheers erupted the second Nic walked into the nurses’ station. “Is he here? Nic is there? Hey, Nic is there! Several more nurses, smiling, hands clasped, stream in from the labor and delivery floor of Ascension Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. He is overwhelmed as […]

The Corps Shouldn’t Value a Vacation Ren

Five years ago, the Gulf Coast absorbed the staggering impact of a hurricane that brought more than 60 inches of rain to some areas and claimed 88 lives in Texas. But for Texans, Hurricane Harvey was just one of many catastrophic weather events in recent memory. Since 2016, the state has suffered a historic winter […]

A riddle on how to cover up the conspira...

This week, a Stuff Circuit documentary looked at the country’s growing far-right, anti-vax movement. Why the creators of fire and fury decide to form a group of conspiratorial ideologues, and what went right that others got it wrong? A Fire & Fury image by Stuff Circuit Photo: Things In February, Newsroom’s Melanie Reid traveled to […]

Northland Strong: Heather and Lily

In December 2018, Dr. Heather Buchholz noticed something was wrong with her 18-month-old daughter, Lily. “We had noticed that she didn’t really seem to have a lot of energy for several months and things just weren’t like walking, didn’t really pick up,” Heather said. “We wore it a lot, so it felt like something was […]

Ware County Election Officials Shamed Ab...

WARE COUNTY, Ga. – Ware County is one of the areas in Georgia affected by a voter shortage. The county has lost about 30 election workers, and the election supervisor thinks it’s because people are ashamed of their jobs. Carlos Nelson, the Ware County Elections Supervisor, is working on recruiting but said it’s been difficult […]

In defense of Bulawayo’s parking system

Greetings to all citizens of the Great City of Bulawayo: The City of Kings and Queens. We note with deep and serious concern as concerned citizens of Bulawayo that there has arisen among us someone who has posed as an enemy, monster or demon against progress, development, decentralization and innovation battling the fathers and mothers […]

As the water warms, the shrimp slam loud...

Some of the loudest animals in the ocean are actually quite small. They are called snapping shrimp and new research from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) reveals that they slap louder as the water warms. As climate change warms the global ocean, the changing soundscape could have far-reaching impacts for humans and animals. “This […]

Cheshire: A tractor race is held to rais...

A TRACTOR race will be held near Whitchurch to raise money for two cancer charities. The event takes place in Malpas and was organized by Merry Perry who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020 and wants to raise money for the Lingen Davies Cancer Fund and Coppa Feel. Mary said she has been passionate […]

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin defen...

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin announced on Friday that she had taken a drug test following a leak video which showed her dancing and lip-syncing at a party, according to the BBC. Marin addressed the controversy at a press conference in Helsinki, calling the drug testing demands “unfair”. “I didn’t do anything illegal,” Marin said […]

Tiruchy Corp launches tenders for advert...

Express press service TIRUCHY: The company organized a meeting with banks and traders in July in the hope of obtaining sponsors for the maintenance of the city’s parks. Although the civic body said sponsors could promote their brand in the parks through advertisements, sources said the civic body did not receive many responses. Now it […]

What can Dallas do to motivate landlords...

Denton’s Providence Village Landlords Association made national headlines when it tried to evict tenants using housing choice vouchers, also known as Section 8, in June. But the problem is more widespread and often lacks such a clear villain: Because state law prohibits cities and counties from requiring landlords to accept vouchers, the vast majority don’t. […]

Inverness Tesco donates £25,000 worth of

A Tesco store in Inverness has donated £25,000 of stock to Highland Hospice after it was dampened by weekend flooding. The supermarket’s Inshes branch had to be evacuated on Sunday after heavy rain caused sections of the roof to collapse. Videos on social media showed the majority of the flooding in the household goods and […]

Governor Wolf announces new funding to h...

Governor Tom Wolf announced new funding for the NEPA Community Empowerment Agency (ACE) via Pennsylvania Manufacturing Assistant Career Training Program (MTTC) to help unemployed and underemployed people in Lackawanna County gain the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to successfully find employment in the manufacturing sector. “My commitment to investing in manufacturing across Pennsylvania is unwavering,” […]

The turmoil continues to upend the lands...

The fallout from the decision this summer by the University of Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles to drop the Pacific-12 conference for the Big Ten conference continues to ripple through the college sports landscape, with even more disruptive changes to college football. governance would be under consideration. The decision by USC […]

Salman Rushdie and the dangers of multic...

Last weekend’s brutal stabbing attack on author Sir Salman Rushdie has reignited the debate about how best to defend freedom of speech and literary expression in the face of Islamist intolerance. Yet one thing that has been largely overlooked in much of the post-attack commentary is how much of this intolerance comes from within the […]

Jefferson Memorial Cemetery receives bac...

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A local cemetery is facing backlash from the community after hosting a charity drive-by cruise on its grounds. The Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home, Crematory and Arboretum held their annual drive-in cruise on Sunday with a beer tent, food trucks and live music. KDKA Some people said the event caused grief for […]

Columbia’s low-cost pet clinic gets an i

EDITOR’S NOTE: A phone number in this story has been corrected. COLUMBIA, MO (KMIZ) Animal shelters and rescues across the country have seen an increase in pet owners abandoning their animals due to the pandemic and inflation. The Spay Neuter project in Colombia saw an increase in requests for vaccines and surgery, performing 104 surgeries […]

Rushdie’s attacker charged, expected to

MAYVILLE, NY (AP) — A grand jury has indicted the man who stabbed Salman Rushdie as the acclaimed author prepared to give a talk in western New York, county prosecutors said Thursday. Hadi Matar, 24, of Fairview, New Jersey, is scheduled to appear on the charges at an afternoon hearing in Chautauqua County. Matar was […]

Youngsters conquer grueling 69-mile char...

Cameron Bland, Adam McGarry, Caitlyn White, Guy Pattinson, Kieran Halcrow, Clark Pattinson, Millie Normal, Molly Gunn and Leo Sanczuck A group of young people took a grueling walk to raise funds in some of the hottest weather this year. Caitlyn White, 21, from Whitehaven, along with her close friends, hiked the 69-mile route from Newcastle […]

The “willing” sunflowers soar skyward |

Staff photo by Fritz Busch Sunset Apartments resident Lavonne Kapsch stands next to sunflower plants that have grown more than 10 feet tall behind her apartment complex on Wednesday. Kapsch said he planted a row of sunflowers last year that grew about halfway through this year. NEW ULM – Sunset Apartments […]

Ridgewood residents rally to end traffic...

Residents of Ridgewood rallied with civic associations and elected officials on Wednesday August 17 to demand an end to traffic violence after a man in his 60s was killed in a hit-and-run on Sunday August 14. A 74-year-old man named Be Tran was killed in a hit-and-run Sunday night August 14 as he crossed the […]

Congressman Cohen announces $2 million i...

MEMPHIS – Congressman Steve Cohen (TN-09), a senior member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, today announced port security grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to the City of Memphis ($398,250 $), Memphis and Shelby County Harbor Commission ($638,769). ) and the Shelby County government ($238,078), for a total of $1,273,095. In addition, […]

Charity walk sees Southend man say thank...

A Southend man who was tested, diagnosed and treated for both heart disease and cancer in just 11 months, at all three Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust hospital sites, is to undertake a sponsored walk for the charity charity of the trust Brian Gutberlet, 61, underwent open-heart surgery at Basildon Hospital in June […]

Welcome Weeks: New and returning student...

By Brian McNeill Starting August 15, this year’s Welcome Weeks will include a wide variety of eventsincluding an calm water paddle excursion with the outdoor adventure program; a farmers market to the Communes; a part time job fair; a workshop on advocate for inclusive communities; a DIY aromatic plant garden seminar taught by VCUDine’s Registered […]

“Votes in California: exercise your righ

Visitors to the museum in downtown Pleasanton on Main will be able to view historic political artifacts and memorabilia with a traveling exhibit arriving in the area this week. The “California Votes: Exercise Your Right!” The exhibit aims to encourage engagement through politics and explain government relations at the local, state and national levels. Its […]

Race to support food bank and cancer cha...

KIRKISTOWN Race Circuit will host its biggest weekend of the season at the end of the month, including the showpiece Leinster Trophy race, with two charities set to benefit from the reunion. The Newtownards Food Bank is the focus of a circuit sponsored walk and a – already sold out – charity dinner at the […]

Watch Now: Mattoon High School Volunteer...

MATTOON — Student volunteer projects are sought for Mattoon High School’s annual Green & Gold Day of Service on September 23. The high school has established a tradition in recent years of setting aside a day each fall for students and staff to show their appreciation to the surrounding community through various service projects, large […]

Citizenship + Politics = Progress?

civics and politics. The mere mention of the words can turn people off. We live in complicated times, requiring careful thought, respectful debate, and active intent to improve the health of our planet and its people. Instead, our 24/7 election cycle often spawns a massive war of “words.” People are motivated to run for office […]

Friends raise £1,400 for Lanarkshire Mag

Dr Laura Steven, Jennifer Thomson, Holly Smith and Joanne Anderson took up the Battle Cancer Challenge to support a local organization. Maggie’s Lanarkshire, located on the grounds of Monklands Hospital in Airdrieoffers free support to people with cancer and their loved ones. READ MORE: Hotel with rooftop bar to open above Glasgow’s Polo Lounge The […]

A charity baseball game to benefit a loc...

For a second year, the Jamestown Old Timers baseball team will face members of the Jamestown Police Department. Proceeds from Thursday’s charity game will go to the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys & Girls Club youth program in Jamestown. The players are pictured during last year’s game. PJ Archive Photos by Eric […]

Arizona Investigative Reporting Center

From in-depth discussions of issues that impact the daily lives of Arizona residents to behind-the-scenes conversations about AZCIR’s investigative journalism, we strive to better connect our reporting and journalists to the communities we serve. . COMING Local Live(s): A Missing Pieces Storytelling Event In partnership with ProPublica and Back Pocket Media. Local Live(s): A Missing […]

Dave Loewen will seek a fifth term on Ab...

Longtime Abbotsford councilor Dave Loewen has announced he will run again in October. Loewen will be contesting his fifth term, having first been elected in 2005. A lifelong teacher, Loewen taught for 32 years at the Mennonite Education Institute before retiring in 2013. He garnered the fourth most votes in the 2018 election, behind Patrica […]

IRS fails to protect donors to poorly ru...

OPINION: The IRS is supposed to keep a close eye on nonprofits that enjoy privileged tax status. And yet, 76 fake charities hiding in plain sight (all registered with the same New York post office address) were recently discovered to have obtained IRS approval. The scam wasn’t even good. Fake charities have adopted names similar […]

Ridgefield Historical Society Seeks Volu...

The Ridgefield Historical Society has seen a surge of activity and enthusiasm among residents over the past year as the Covid-19 pandemic subsided and the town recently celebrated a reenactment weekend spectacular of the Battle of Ridgefield. The Society is now looking for new Board members and volunteers who want to engage with the community […]

A look back at 120 years of AmCham servi...

MANILA, PHILIPPINES, AUGUST 15, 2022 – As the American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AmCham Philippines) celebrates its 120th anniversary of founding, the organization commemorates more than a century of empowering Filipino and American businesses in achieving their business goals and contributing to civic development and economy of the Philippines. AmCham Philippines traces its […]

Sara Goldrick-Rab resigns from Temple, H...

Sara Goldrick-Rab resigned on Friday as founding president of Temple University’s Hope Center for College, Community and Justice and as a professor at Temple, following an investigation into her leadership of the center. Temple placed Goldrick-Rab on paid administrative leave earlier this year after hiring an outside investigator to look into employee complaints about the […]

House of Panama opens in Balboa Park aft...

A ceremony in August at Panama House celebrated the achievements of Panamanian ranger Leo Vargas. Photo credit: @houseofpanama via Instagram After more than seven years of planning, the Panama Housemember of Pacific Relations Houseofficially opened on Sunday. Supporters marked the opening of the museum at the Balboa Park Cabin with a ribbon cutting and cultural […]

Cancer charity founder leads epic 24-mil...

Geordie philanthropist and Daft as a Brush cancer charity founder Brian Burnie led an epic 24-mile march between Sunderland and Newcastle to mark VJ (Victory Japan) Day and honor the memory of his “great friend” Len Gibson. Remarkable Sunderland war veteran Len, who received the British Empire Medal, died aged 101 last year – after […]

How to Have a 50 Year College Career

Much of the conversation swirling in academia this summer is about leaving academia. In the midst of all this talk about higher education and the Great Resignation, I thought the opposite. Call it “the big living room”. What might be the conditions that encourage us and allow us to stay in academia for decades and […]

Historical anecdotes | Vision | rdrnew...

History of the Roswell Petroleum Building and memorabilia of tanker Lee Harvard Here are some articles from 1956 about the arrival of the oil industry in Roswell and the new oil building being completed here. These articles, “Petroleum Building Is Completed” and “Oil Fields Lingo May Be Confusing”, are from the Roswell Daily Record, dated […]

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Moray man takes ‘painful’ hiking trip through Swedish wilderness to raise money for cancer charities 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. […]

Polish volunteer army crumbles as Ukrain...

When millions of refugees crossed its border following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Poland was hailed as a model. Almost overnight, its citizens formed a grassroots volunteer army to help the displaced, donated money and welcomed Ukrainians into their homes. There has been a slowdown in arrivals since the February 24 invasion, but the need remains […]

When Colchester will be granted Royal vi...

COLCHESTER may not receive a royal visit this year to mark its new city status. But we can expect a visit from a member of the royal family to celebrate the occasion next year. A total of 17 Essex MPs had come together to support Colchester’s bid for city status – on the fifth attempt. […]

More than 1,200 Purdue Global graduates ...

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Jacque Yates has long had a passion for public service. Her background sparked an interest in pursuing higher education and she earned her Masters in Public Health from Purdue Global in 2021. On Saturday, August 13, Yates delivered the commencement address to 1,212 Purdue Global graduates who participated in in-person and […]

Newport fundraising group cycling for Ca...

Newport South Wales Cancer Crusaders are all set to take on their annual challenge to cycle 128 miles to raise money for vital equipment and research for Cancer Research UK. By traveling 128 miles along the Taff Trail and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, the group hope to raise £14,227 for the cancer charity, beating […]

United Way is looking for Caring Month p...

Journal Staff Tanya Manus United Way of the Black Hills is looking for more projects – especially in the North and South Hills – and volunteers for Caring Month 2022. The annual Month of Caring, which begins September 1, mobilizes teams of volunteers to tackle projects such as painting, landscaping, sorting donated food and more. […]

Ventnor’s St. Leonard’s Tract Neighborho

VENTNOR — It’s never too late for one of America’s oldest historic neighborhood associations, the St. Leonard’s Association, to celebrate its 100th anniversary. Officially in its 101st year, St. Leonard’s Tract was finally able to fully celebrate its century after a year-long delay caused by supply issues and pandemic precautions, the St. Leonard’s Association president […]

Venue where Salman Rushdie was stabbed r...

By Paul P. Murphy and Aya Elamroussi, CNN The location where famed author Salman Rushdie was stabbed on Friday had rejected previous recommendations to tighten security measures, two sources told CNN. Rushdie, 75, was stabbed at least twice on stage at the Chautauqua Institution before giving a talk, New York State Police said Friday. He […]

Peterborough men climb Britain’s three h

Register to our daily newsletter A group of six friends from Peterborough have climbed Britain’s three highest mountains to raise nearly £7,000 for cancer charity. Ben Templeman, 24; Chris Barnett, 24; Liam Manning, 24; Josh Wicks, 24; James Sharpe, 23; and Jack Manning, 22, completed their “Three Peaks Challenge” in just under 24 hours this […]

Charity that ripped off taxpayers forced...

Volunteers of America Southwest played a vital role in San Diego County’s mental health infrastructure for years – until it was exposed for siphoning money from a director’s family members general and other financial misdeeds. Now the charity is obligated to hand over an essential piece of that infrastructure to county officials, according to a […]

Unauthorized settlements in Gurugram get...

The Direction de l’Aménagement du Territoire et de la Ville (DTCP) has launched an exercise to regularize the development and provision of deficient infrastructure and equipment in approximately 100 unauthorized settlements that do not come under the jurisdiction of municipal corporations and district communal committees, following the direction of the state government, officials said on […]

How some Northeast Ohio colleges are tac...

Another semester brings another round of pandemic-related health and safety precautions for colleges and universities in northeast Ohio. This semester, however, seems to mark a stronger return to what “normal” looks like amid the pandemic. It is the third consecutive fall that has been affected in some way by COVID-19. And while precautions have changed […]

Cancer care bus tops Derry women’s ‘to d

Register to our daily newsletter Derry Journal Today Tracey McCay first spoke to the ‘Journal’ in April this year after recovering from cancer and taking a charity skydive in aid of Foyle Search and Rescue. Unfortunately, Tracey was told two weeks ago that the cancer had returned and she now has stage four kidney cancer, […]

Senior Day honors volunteers and farmers...

Photo by Clay Schuldt Marv Sluiter was this year’s recipient of the Brown County Fair Outstanding Senior Citizen of the Year Volunteer. NEW ULM – Thursday was Seniors Day at the Brown County Fair, and the day began with a program celebrating the community’s outstanding seniors. This year’s Outstanding Senior Citizen of the Year volunteer […]

David Heeter Named to Indiana Bankers As...

By North West Bank— MUNCIE, IN – David W. Heeter, Executive Vice President and Ambassador/Corporate Advisor, Northwest Bank, was honored by the Indiana Bankers Association (IBA) at a special ceremony in Indianapolis on Friday August 5, 2022 with the IBA Leaders in Banking Awards of Excellence. As the IBA’s highest honour, the Leaders in Banking […]

Breakdown of diversity, equity and inclu...

Over the past two years, there has been a tremendous increase in demand for jobs such as Director of Diversity, Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, according to the executive search firm Morgan Samuels Company. Leadership positions in the area of ​​diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) have “largely evolved […]

UNC set to host dribble for victory over...

History links CHAPEL HILL, NC — Carolina Athletics is partnering with the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) and the V Foundation for Cancer Research for its inaugural Dribble for Victory Over Cancer, which will raise funds for pediatric cancer research. The event is scheduled for August 28 and will be held on […]

Miami Proud: Teen volunteer has a perfec...

MIAMI – What is the job of an adoptive mother for cats? It is critical for Miami-Dade Animal Services to help the most needy cats and kittens in our community. Every day this summer, and most of the year, Abigail Batic tends to one little furball or another. The Hialeah Gardens High School student says […]

Spend More on Walk/Bike Street Improveme...

Readers discussing yesterday’s article on organic farming note that South Dakota’s narrow mindedness on factory farming is preventing our state from diversifying and capitalizing on organic farming. Southern Dacola reports a similar narrow-mindedness in the town planning of Sioux Falls. In an open letter to Mayor Paul TenHaken and other city officials, Falls-area cyclists complain […]

California colleges now have centers to ...

Photo: Ashley A. Smith A UC Berkeley on-campus food pantry offers free groceries to students who need access to food and assistance with CalFresh apps. Photo: Ashley A. Smith A UC Berkeley on-campus food pantry offers free groceries to students who need access to food and assistance with CalFresh apps. As community college students return […]

Volunteers work to prevent Mainers in ne...

For most qualified Mainers, getting an $850 COVID relief check was as easy as checking the mailbox. But many low-income residents who need the funds the most could miss out altogether if it weren’t for a network of volunteer tax preparers. “There’s money on the table, but they don’t know it,” said AARP adviser Roger […]

Phillies Kyle Gibson and Zach Eflin to H...

Have you always dreamed of playing golf with your favorite Philadelphia Phillies players? Pitchers of the Phillies Kyle Gibson and Zach Eflin join their teammates and Big League Impact to raise money for those in need during the new announcement Swing for impact fan event at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 21 at Topgolf Mount […]

Potential Enclosure Uses Outlined – Surf

THE Surf Coast Shire has officially reserved more indoor court space, netball rooms and parking as possible new features of Banyul-Warri Fields over the next few years. Councilors adopted the 2022 Community and Civic Sector Future Development Plan at their July 26 meeting. The original master plan for the precinct, located to the northeast of […]