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Ukrainian children brought to England fo...

The British government brought 21 Ukrainian children with cancer to receive care through the NHS in England Children will undergo an assessment to understand their specific health needs before receiving treatment at an appropriate NHS hospital The intervention is part of the government’s broader humanitarian response to the Ukrainian conflict with more than 650,000 medical […]

The City as Canvas project brings the st...

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. The walls of Syracuse will come to life this summer, as the Syracuse-based organization Tomorrow’s Neighborhoods Today plans to unveil its new project, City as Canvas, which the 20-year-old organization has been planning for years. “We hope this initial […]

Margo Tiller, who imagined OUR center, r...

Margo Tiller was the kind of person who observed a problem and did something about it, those who knew her said. A bold pioneer, known for her white hair and sparkling blue eyes, Tiller was a strong advocate for the marginalized. As a pastoral minister at Spirit of Peace Catholic Church, she was part of […]

Radio Station WHMI 93.5 FM – News, Weath

Courtesy of Kelly Lee (NEW YORK) — Matthew and Christy Johnson describe watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as “heartbreaking.” The Johnsons, of Littleton, Colorado, are among hundreds of families in the United States who were in the process of adopting a Ukrainian child when the conflict broke out. “It’s like living in a nightmare,” Matthew […]

Amazon enlists national adult-serving no...

National University Selected as National Education Provider for Amazon’s Career Choice Program, Making Tuition-Free Education Available to Amazon’s 750,000 Hourly Employees SAN DIEGO (March 3, 2022) – National University (NU), the flagship institution of the National University System, which includes three universities serving more than 45,000 students, has been selected by Amazon to serve as […]

Russian-Ukrainian war: California-based ...

UKRAINE (KGO) – As war continues in Ukraine, a California-based nonprofit is helping disabled Ukrainians flee to neighboring countries. It’s a daring rescue that requires mobilization in the war zone. “For example, with a quadriplegic, if they’re on the 9th or 7th floor when there’s this alarm that there might be a bomb, they don’t […]

501(c)(3) Charity For A Bright Future Fo...

MIAMI, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — by Louis Hernandez Jr. Foundation for a bright future (“For A Bright Future”, “FABF”), a non-profit organization that supports the needs of underprivileged children, has opened its application period for the 2022 scholarship program. For A Bright Future Foundation provides annual financial support to underrepresented minority students with an […]

Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management Aw...

BETHLEHEM, Pa.—Feb. 25 2022— Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, LLC, one of the nation’s largest independent financial advisory firms specializing in the management of institutional assets, qualified and unqualified pension plans, private wealth and philanthropic services, announced its inaugural Cornerstone Cares program by awarding $21,000 to local organizations in the Lehigh Valley. “At Cornerstone, we strive […]

Medina County doctor works to donate med...

MEDINA COUNTY, Ohio (WOIO) – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has the whole world watching with anticipation. Many want to help but don’t know how. A Ukrainian American doctor in northeast Ohio makes it her mission to donate medical supplies to those in need overseas. “They had lived a difficult life since their childhood because they […]

Q&A with RARE-X disease data platform fo

Non-profit organization RARE-X is creating a centralized, easily accessible data hub for all rare disease patient data that can help researchers answer questions about existing disorders, discover new ones, and to find treatments. It grew out of the work Nicole Boice, Founder and Chief Engagement Officer of RARE-X, did with Global Genes. This organization supports […]

Licensing commission approves applicatio...

The Iowa Pharmacy Board said a woman convicted of stealing $3,486 from a cancer charity can now work as a state-licensed pharmacy technician. State records indicate that the board recently approved LeAnne Hicks’ application to work in Iowa as a state-registered pharmacy technician. The endorsement requires Hicks to notify all future pharmacy employers of his […]

Flagship tool developed to diagnose infl...

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A first-of-its-kind tool could help doctors better diagnose inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). The new tool and the results of the analysis were recently published in Breast cancer research and treatment. The tool was developed through a collaborative effort between Susan G. Komen, the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Milburn Foundation, which brought […]

RETpositive and LUNGevity Foundation Par...

WASHINGTON, February 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The RETpositive Patient Group and the LUNGevity Foundation today announced the 2022 recipients of the inaugural RETpositive/LUNGevity Translational Research Award for RET-positive lung cancer. RET is a motor mutation found in about 1-2% of people with non-small cell lung cancer. The goal of these awards is to transform the […]

More Funding Supports Crenshaw Corridor ...

A The 1.3-mile Crenshaw Community Revitalization Project will receive nearly $30 million to support restorative development that will cement a Black Los Angeles cultural footprint along Crenshaw Boulevard. Destination Crenshaw (DC), the name of Crenshaw’s nonprofit and community revitalization project, began in 2017 as a $100 million project. The nonprofit has since raised public and […]

Strictly Business: the next generation o...

“The Covid-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our relationships between work and family life as well as between institutions, healthcare, government and employers, not to mention traditional approaches in how we manage our performance. in company.” Today, many companies are looking for ways to retain their employees. Productive supervision and leadership in any business environment is […]

Local nonprofit halts weekly cleanup cam...

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

Despite EU promise to end incitement, Pa...

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

Negotiations resume as public safety con...

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

XL Construction’s Richard Walker named C

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

Wells citizen honored as annual voluntee...

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

Volunteers team up with Channel Island R...

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

Anonymous sender attacks Buckhead town l...

Buckhead city movement leader attacked as ‘sleazy’ and ‘fast-talking’ New Yorker to ‘destroy Atlanta’ in anonymous post that cites fundraising scandals from his past to cast doubt assertions of the current effort. The Buckhead town committee calls the attack on its president and chief executive, Bill White, the “lies” of a “cowardly author” and says […]

Volunteer Opportunities in Sonoma County

SONOMA NIGHT SUPPORT Assistance with meal preparation and packaging Sonoma Overnight Support is a non-profit organization dedicated to housing the homeless and feeding the hungry in Sonoma and the Sonoma Valley. Located at the Sonoma Springs Community Hall on Highway 12, volunteers are needed to prepare food and pack meals for breakfast and lunch five […]

Hyde Park Refugee Project hires UCicago ...

The Hyde Park Refugee Project, the first of its kind in Hyde Park, has been helping refugee and immigrant families settle on the South Side since 2015. The project also helps refugee families find affordable housing, get in touch with employers and develop their English. Language skills. In an interview with * The Maroon *, […]

PaperCity presents the NorthPark 2022 Am...

Iin its fifth year, the NorthPark Center Ambassador program brilliantly blends all things fashion, art, culture and community. The 2022 Ambassadors Collection shines a spotlight on Dallas’ key players and causes that matter to them. Selected specifically for their philanthropic efforts, Each Individual’s One-Year Ambassador provides the opportunity to partner with NorthPark Center and its […]

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 […]

The National Pension Service lags behind...

January. 4. 2022 Settings Finance 01/04/2022 15:15 The National Pension Service lags behind private finance companies in net zero efforts Environmental activists organize a rally outside the headquarters of the National Pension Service in Jeonju, North Jeolla province, to urge the state pension fund to stop its coal-related investments in this April file photo 2021. […]

Vandergrift Meals on Wheels Urgently Nee...

These days, Vandergrift Area Meals on Wheels runs with fewer volunteers. The independent non-profit organization whose mission is to provide fresh, healthy meals to the elderly in the townships of Vandergrift and Allegheny is “in dire need” of volunteers, according to director of food services Buster Burnham. Burnham, a one-man chef show – cooking almost […]

SHIB, BTC, DOGE accepted by breast cance...

Susan G. Komen, who is one of the leading breast cancer foundations across the world, named after the late model, began embracing cryptocurrency by working with The Giving Block donation solution. This means that cryptocurrency investors from various parts of the world can easily donate Shiba Inu, Dogecoin as well as Dogelon Mars. This will […]

YSU Joins Ohio Colleges to Help Students...

YOUNGSTOWN – Youngstown State University is now part of a pilot initiative with seven other regional universities and community colleges to help students with unpaid debts re-enroll to complete their studies. The main objective of the program is to address “Blocked credits” which are the ones that students earned but cannot access because their transcripts […]

The Arc aims for inclusiveness | News, ...

Above: Nathan Scott of Fairmont is co-chair of the Minnesota Arc State Board of Directors. Scott is the first person with a disability in the state to chair the board of directors. FAIRMONT – Nathan Scott, a Fairmont man, has been elected co-chair of the board of directors of The Arc Minnesota. L’Arc is a […]

Jewish and Muslim volunteers deliver gif...

On Christmas Day, Santa Claus delivered gifts to children in southwest Detroit. Dressed in red, with a sack of goodies in tow, he greeted families on Saturday morning with a merry “Merry Christmas”. “We hope to make you smile and make you feel a little bit loved,” he told Mandy Gutierrez and her family as […]

Single mom works, goes to school, volunt...

Stéphanie Pavilus is no stranger to a busy life. Currently, she is raising a son with special needs, completing her undergraduate studies in biology and psychology, volunteering and working full time. She aims to fulfill her dream of attending medical school and becoming a neonatologist, specializing in newborn care. It is an active life that […]