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AmeriCorps, still doing work in flood zone, facing Trump budget cut

Archived, 3 days ago From wvgazettemail.com 

Charleston, WEST VIRGINIA - Arron Seams was a manager for a Lewisburg bar last summer when the flood hit.

Seams’ Lewisburg home was spared from damage, but others in harder-hit areas like White Sulphur Springs and Rupert were not as lucky.

“Anyone ...

Perfect day for a close shave at St. Baldrick's charity event

Archived, 3 days ago From njherald.com 

Newton, NEW JERSEY - It was a sea of green outfits, bald heads and even shaved eyebrows inside the Sussex Fire Department on Loomis Avenue early Saturday afternoon as attendees came out for the annual St. Baldrick's Day head-shaving event.

The volunteer-ru ...

Food pantry for veterans opens in Cabot

Archived, 3 days ago From katv.com 

Little Rock, ARKANSAS - Deyonka Hickey is using a small, shared space in Cabot to feed veterans in central Arkansas.

On Saturday, the Veterans Food Pantry Cabot had its grand opening, serving eight families and giving away over 200 lbs. of food.


Feed the Need replenishes food banks

Archived, 5 days ago From bgdailynews.com 

Bowling Green, KENTUCKY - Christine Walker of Illinois remembers the days when she had to rely on food pantries.

“I fell ill,” she said. “I had no work for five years.”

People who worked at the pantries were so nice, said Walker, who is visiting ...

Food truck helps get kids food during spring break

Archived, 5 days ago From stjoechannel.com 

St. Joseph, MISSOURI - Second Harvest and Sarah's #Comfortfood owner, Sarah Gerving, are working to make sure students don't go hungry during this Spring Break.

Gerving runs food truck along side her catering business, with the sole purpose to help feed thos ...

Veterans connect with Wounded Warrior Project career counseling team

Archived, 5 days ago From prnewswire.com 

New York, NEW YORK - Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) veterans recently gathered for dinner and discussed the civilian career world with members of WWP's Warriors to Work® program. Beyond receiving employment counseling and resume guidance, warriors experienced the benefit ...

Volunteers roll up their sleeves to help United Way agencies

Archived, 5 days ago From aikenstandard.com 

Aiken, SOUTH CAROLINA - Marty Hart said he didn't really know exactly where he would be going or what he'd be doing when he once again signed up to volunteer for Project VISION, a charitable event where SRS employees help United Way of Aiken County agencies.


Mission-minded, students spend a week helping community

Archived, 6 days ago From staugustine.com 

St. Augustine, FLORIDA - The midweek morning air was cooler than several St. Joseph Academy students — all bundled in sweatshirts and armed with construction tools — had expected. The dozen or so seniors and juniors alternated hammering boards with warming hands and raising ...

FOOD Share bolsters efforts to feed low-income seniors in Thousand Oaks

Archived, 6 days ago From toacorn.com 

Agoura Hills, CALIFORNIA - Every day, 10 million seniors in America worry about where their next meal will come from, according to a 2016 report from the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger.

While help is available through various programs, some seniors may ...

Cape schools raising thousands for cancer research by shaving heads

Archived, 6 days ago From pressofatlanticcity.com 

Pleasantville, NEW JERSEY - It’s a different sort of St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

On Friday, more than 150 students, teachers and community members at two Cape May County middle schools and one high school will shave their heads to support funding for childhood ...

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