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In her heart, Nicole Lopez always wanted these opportunities for her daughter, Amani. In her mind, she never truly believed they were possible given their neighborhood and family budget. At age 6, Amani Manning reads above her grade level. She attends a...
South Bend TribuneIf you are 55 or older and want to volunteer for one of the RSVP opportunities listed here, call RSVP at Catholic Charities at 574-234-3111. If you have a volunteer opportunity to list, e-mail it to email@example.com. Call 574-235-6233 for more...
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More than 350 bowls were placed on rows of tables in the Yelduz Shrine Center on Saturday, each one a reminder that hunger is still an issue for many people in Aberdeen. More than 160 people attended the Empty Bowls fundraiser at the center. The event,...
Americans' hearts going out to the victims of the marathon bombing in Boston, which means, of course, con artists will have to take advantage of that. The Federal Trade Commission is warning people to be leery of charity solicitations from telemarketers....
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April is the National Month for 24 different causes, all of which hope to raise awareness about their cause. I don’t care what anybody says, National Volunteer Month is by far more glamorous than National Soy Foods Month and not quite as nutty...
The 2013 Senior Class of Ticktockers from National Charity League Glendale culminated their six years of volunteer service during the 62nd annual Senior Presentation, themed "Dancing in the Moonlight." As each of the 27 Ticktockers was introduced and...
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If you want to show your compassion by donating to victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, be careful. A crook may be waiting to run off with your cash. Dubious charitable appeals follow most tragedies, and chances are it will happen with this one, too....
Once largely ignored by charities, the under-44 crowd is now out-pacing its elders in their personal giving habits, a trend fueled by social media and volunteerism. "For a long time, an awful lot of nonprofits never talked to people under 44," said Mark...
At least one poorly-conceived charity scam has already emerged in the wake of the explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon yesterday, and more are likely. BBB Wise Giving Alliance ("Alliance"), the national charity monitoring arm of the Better...
Lent is traditionally a season of prayer, sacrifice, and repentance. For the past six years, Holy Cross Catholic Church in Deerfield has endeavored to observe Lent as a season in which one not only gives something up, but also as a time to help somebody...
During the last few weeks, several columns appeared here as part of a series titled "What did Jesus $ay?" In that time, some questions related to finances, life and the Bible came in that I would like to address in this week's edition. Q: Why does God...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNonprofit organizations in Washington County will have a new way to raise money on May 2, thanks to the Community Foundation of Washington County, Md., Inc. The foundation’s mission is to promote philanthropy mainly through endowment funds, but...
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