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United Health Foundation invests in nonp...

The United Health Foundation, the philanthropic foundation of UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH), has awarded a three-year, $2 million grant to HealthNet Inc., a nonprofit healthcare provider serving Indiana, to expand access to primary and behavioral health care in Indiana’s Morgan and Monroe counties, as well as high-poverty areas of Indianapolis. “I am very pleased to […]

A Day in the Life of a Volunteer Assista...

As a volunteer assistant fire chief, my job description is simple: Take care of the things the chief shouldn’t take care of and make sure he has the information he needs to run the department well. . Although my job description is simple, the job itself is not. From keeping up with OSHA requirements to […]

Lights for the hospice and CARMHA

CARMHA reps Yvonne Moroney, Damian O Donoghue (who played music at the Christmas lights on December 3) and Donie Ryan received a check for €500 from Patricia and Pat Ahern. PHOTOS: BRIDGET DELANEY Delivery of receipts to the Nenagh family home Previous following Picture 1 of 2 CARMHA reps Yvonne Moroney, Damian O Donoghue (who […]

5 Hong Kong charities that support women...

While you never have to wait for a special day to do good, we’re keeping International Women’s Day in mind this month – highlighting five Hong Kong organizations and charities that support the women and girls, with whom you can get involved. International Women’s Day (IWD) takes place annually on March 8 (corresponding to Women’s […]

John Hammett: Environment, housing and m...

John Hammett After moving from Atlanta to Frisco nearly three years ago, my dream of living in a winter wonderland came true. I am fortunate to work and reside in a postcard world in the Colorado Rockies. Frisco is my home, and my goal is to bring a fresh perspective to the board as we […]

Actress Helen McCrory’s family and nephe

The family of actor Helen McCrory and her young nephew have raised almost £100,000 for charity in their memory after the couple died within months of each other. Loved ones of the beloved Peaky Blinders star were devastated in November 2020 when 20-year-old former private schoolboy Hugo Yaxley lost his life in a car crash. […]

Blue Cross NC awards millions to nonprof...

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) announced the first set of recipients of its $4 million commitment to address and eliminate racial, health, and geographic disparities in North Carolina. Seventeen organizations across the state are receiving grants, totaling $3 million, for the society’s “Addressing Disparities in Maternal and Child Health” […]

2021 Neighborhood Award Winners Announce...

Posted on February 14, 2022 The 2021 Fort Worth Neighborhood Awards were announced on Saturday, February 12 at the Mayor’s Neighborhood Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the Meta Fort Worth Data Center. The City of Fort Worth created the Neighborhood Awards to recognize the best projects and activities that bring neighbors together and make […]

Doctors say bullying, harassment and dis...

Exhausted, overworked and intimidated: that’s how Tahnee Bridson described parts of his training as a young doctor. Key points: A survey found that 35% of medical trainees had experienced or witnessed bullying, harassment and discrimination About 49% of trainee physicians rated their workload as heavy or very heavy over the past 12 months Senior doctors […]

Crawley Town names Olive Tree Cancer Sup...

Statistically, one in two people will develop cancer. Receiving a cancer diagnosis is difficult, stressful and emotional, both for the patient and for their family and friends. Register to our daily newsletter SussexWorld Today The newsletter mute the noise Read more Read more Crawley Groups honored with Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service L’Olivier supports and […]

New reports shed light on rural colleges

What is a rural college? And where to find such institutions? The questions seem simple, but in higher education the answers are surprisingly complex. Now, two new reports aim to clarify them. The first, published in December, comes from the University of Wisconsin and is titled “Mapping Rural Colleges and Their Communities.” Nicholas Hillman, a […]

Charity workers and a doctor among 12 Ce...

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

First Lady DeSantis completes final chem...

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

MetroWest’s Jewish Family Service ‘urgen

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

‘A tragic loss of life:’ Michelle Go rem

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

Anthology and Togetherall Partner to Bri...

BOCA RATON, Florida, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Anthology, a leading provider of educational solutions that support the entire learner lifecycle, today announced a partnership with Togetherall, a leading online mental health service that provides millions of people have access to 24-hour peer support, facilitated by licensed mental health practitioners. The partnership will […]

Last year’s impressive Jingle Jam game p

As 2021 drew to a close, along Yogcast Jingle Jam Charity Event has returned for its final installment, this time in the form of a truly spectacular 56-game pack – and organizers have now confirmed the effort raised a total of £ 3.3million for good causes . The 2021 bundle was quite impressive from a […]

$ 2 billion investment in kindergarten t...

FRANKFURT, Ky. – Governor Andy Beshear outlined his budget plan to make a record $ 2 billion investment in pre-K-12 education to create a world-class education system across the Commonwealth, the largest investment in this sector in the history of the state. The governor added that the state’s recent record economic growth, with more than […]

Huntington News | The NU community crea...

Beyond university resources, community groups in the Northeast are working to improve the mental health of the student body. Many student-run organizations, such as Active Minds and Lean on me northeast, promote or offer services that the university does not offer, such as peer support and open spaces to voice concerns and grievances. Still students […]

Retired officer reacts to deputy suicide...

ST. LUCIA COUNTY, Florida – Two St. Lucia County MPs have died after committing suicide within days of each other, according to Sheriff Ken Mascara. MPs Clayton Osteen and Victoria Pacheco shared a one month old baby that the community is now mobilizing to support. Their sudden deaths also spark difficult conversations about prevent suicide […]

Rahsaan Harris ’95 builds community in N

Former Peace Corps volunteer is now CEO of the Citizens Committee for New York City Rahsaan Harris ’95 became CEO of the New York Citizens Committee during the pandemic. New York City Citizens Committee Since growing up in Piscataway, New Jersey, Rahsaan Harris ’95 has understood the power of community involvement. Her mother, a public […]

George Alagiah reveals battle with bowel...

Newsreader George Alagiah spoke about how his battle with cancer had brought him closer than ever to his wife and made him “satisfied.” Crying openly, Alagiah, who took a break from presenting BBC TV News after her cancer returned in October, said her marriage had become more “intimate” since her initial diagnosis in 2014. He […]

VidaNyx receives top ranked impact techn...

OMAHA, Neb., December 31, 2021 / PRNewswire / – VidaNyx, the leading evidence management platform for social services and legal organizations nationwide, has been chosen by X4Impact as a leading solution in the areas of peace, justice and strong institutions and of good health and well-being for its popularity and for meeting the main criteria […]

NHS thanks Jordan Henderson and NHS char...

Just another year-end reminder that Jordan Henderson is a good person – this time from a radiology nurse in Liverpool named Jenny who directly benefited from the money raised through our captain’s participation in the NHS Charities trust. Together. Henderson joined the fund during the first lockdown of 2020, seeking to use his influence to […]

West Lothian woman walks 1,500 miles for...

A West Lothian woman did her best to cover 1,500 miles in six months to raise money for charity. Aileen McDonald has been walking near her home in Bathgate every day since July to raise funds for various good causes. The tenant of the West Lothian Housing Partnership (WLHP) took 3.6 million steps and walked […]

Orange County plans to resume homeless c...

After the coronavirus pandemic forced the biannual count to be canceled at some point earlier this year, Orange County officials are looking for volunteers interested in helping to compile a comprehensive census of the county’s homeless population. in 2022. The count is expected to start on January 24 and continue over several days. This is […]

Prioritize worker prosperity in the futu...

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided businesses with a unique opportunity to rethink and reset the world of work, putting worker prosperity at the center of our concerns as we shape a future of work that works for all. But the world of work has fundamentally changed since the start of the pandemic. Millions of office […]

The January / February issue of the Atla...

The men who kill American newspapers In November, McKay Coppins wrote about Alden Global Capital, the secret hedge fund that’s destroying newsrooms and harming democracy. I am originally from Chicago and am still a keen reader of the Tribune. It is amazing how badly things have turned out for a once dynamic institution. The pages […]