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A food bank is trying to help the Kids' hunger issue in the River Valley

Archived, 9 days ago From nwahomepage.com 

Fayetteville, ARKANSAS - Nearly 14,000 kids are going hungry in the River Valley. Both the Van Buren and Fort Smith School Districts provide those kids with free or reduced priced meals. Due to the Presidents' Day Holiday on Monday, it's a three-day weekend, and potentially ...

The YMCA aims to provide the community’s needs

Archived, 9 days ago From gadsdenmessenger.com 

Gadsden, ALABAMA - The YMCA of Coosa Valley is “rediscovering its niche,” according to program director Leroy Falcon.

“One of the beauties of the YMCA as an organization that was founded in 1844, started locally in 1961, is that its had this ability to r ...

After-school on campus fulfills need for families

Archived, 10 days ago From thetowntalk.com 

Alexandria, LOUISIANA - For the first time a local elementary was able to offer after-school programming this year.

D.F. Huddle on Texas Avenue in Alexandria was selected to pilot a program through a Rapides Parish Schools and United Way of Central Louisiana ...

United Way invests $390,000 for flood recovery efforts

Archived, 10 days ago From wltx.com 

Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA - It's been 16 months since the flood and there are people still without a place to call their own. But the United Way of the Midlands has been helping to change that with a $390,000 grant to five organizations.

Fund recipients include l ...

PROP starts food delivery for seniors

Archived, 10 days ago From swnewsmedia.com 

Savage, MINNESOTA - PROP, People Reaching Out to People, is unveiling a new Senior Mobile Food Delivery program in March.

The program was piloted from November 2015 to September 2016 at Edendale Residence in Eden Prairie.

Starting in March, ...

Volunteers of America providing shelter to the homeless in Lansing

Archived, 10 days ago From jrn.msu.edu 

Lansing, MICHIGAN - Winter time: Ice skating, hot chocolate and for some folks a struggle.

“I became homeless for a year and a half now. I was Shelter to shelter, struggling and not having a place and feeling lost,” said Diana Ramey of Lansing.

March of Dimes kicks off their major fundraising walk in San Francisco

Archived, 10 days ago From abc7news.com 

San Jose, CALIFORNIA - On Thursday, the March of Dimes held their March for Babies kickoff in San Francisco. The goal is to help give "a fighting chance" to every baby.

ABC7 News Anchor Natasha Zouves was invited to emcee the event. It's the first step in or ...

YMCA takes over Early Learning Center in New Britain

Archived, 10 days ago From centralctcommunications.com 

New Britain, CONNECTICUT - The New Britain-Berlin-Meriden YMCA has taken over a child care center in the city, and there are still some openings left for children.

The New Britain YMCA Child Care Academy — previously called The Early Learning Center — is located ...

Valero donates $100K to Habitat for Humanity

Archived, 10 days ago From caller.com 

Corpus Christi, TEXAS - A local organization just got a step closer to reaching their goal of providing more affordable housing to Corpus Christi residents.

Habitat for Humanity-Corpus Christi received a $100,000 donation Thursday from Valero Bill Greehey Ref ...

Wounded Warrior Project holds national training for veterans in peer-to-peer mentoring

Archived, 10 days ago From prnewswire.com 

New York City, NEW YORK - Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) recently held a national training seminar on mentoring for injured veterans at the local San Antonio office. The innovative, three-day training workshop put peer-to-peer warrior mentors through an intense curriculum tha ...

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Great Barrier Reef could face another big coral bleaching event this year

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The Great Barrier Reef faces an “elevated and imminent risk” of more widespread coral bleaching this year, the reef authority ...

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