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Groups partner to help provide medical equipment to disabled affected by historic flood

Archived, 15 days ago From wafb.com 

Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA - Flood victims with disabilities are now eligible to receive free medical equipment thanks to a joint effort.

The American Red Cross, in partnership with Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN) on behalf of the Louisiana E ...

Annual drive raises more than $8K, 64,000 soup donations for food bank

Archived, 15 days ago From herald-dispatch.com 

Huntington, WEST VIRGINIA - The results are in, and the fourth annual Soup-er Hero Canned Soup Drive, spearheaded by the Junior League of Huntington, is its most successful yet.

A combined cash total of $8,285.66 was raised for the Facing Hunger Foodbank through ...

American Red Cross offers to install smoke detectors free of charge

Archived, 15 days ago From fox2now.com 

St. Louis, MISSOURI - It’s time to spring forward this weekend changing clocks and batteries in smoke alarms, and the Red Cross is willing to spring for the cost of your smoke detector.

“Having a working smoke alarm increases your survival 50 percent,” said ...

Local educators working together to benefit early childhood education

Archived, 15 days ago From kokomotribune.com 

Kokomo, INDIANA - For Melissa and T. J. Rethlake, the benefits of early childhood education are obvious.

The Rethlakes have watched as their daughter, Rylee, has learned to write her name, recognize the letters of the alphabet, and interact with other c ...

United Way seeks to improve child well-being in Southern Crescent

Archived, 15 days ago From news-daily.com 

Jonesboro, GEORGIA - If a community can say all the children are well, then that community is thriving.

The United Way of Greater Atlanta believes this to be true and has set its sights on improving the lives of children and strengthening families througho ...

Local dentist offers free restoration for veterans

Archived, 15 days ago From mysanantonio.com 

San Antonio, TEXAS - For U.S. Army veteran Matthew Allgood, regaining the opportunity to smile brings satisfaction. He’s grateful for the dentist who’s volunteering his services.

“He told me he was going to give me implants the best he could, no matter the ...

Wounded Warrior Project helps veteran find his platoon

Archived, 16 days ago From satprnews.com 

Warsaw, POLAND - Dan Schnock had a long, adventurous career in the military.

"I was deployed to Kosovo, Iraq twice – Desert Storm being the first time,” Dan said.

For more than two decades, he proudly served his country. Even then, he al ...

Food pantries feed a need in area schools

Archived, 16 days ago From press-citizen.com 

Iowa City, IOWA - Recently launched food pantries in Iowa City are filling a need for people who face food insecurity in several new locations this year, including schools.

A pantry started at Tate High in October has served nearly two-thirds of student ...

College students forego beaches to build Habitat homes in Amarillo

Archived, 16 days ago From amarillo.com 

Amarillo, TEXAS - Arriving from the four corners of the country, 68 college students on spring break will donate more than 2,000 volunteer hours this month in Amarillo to contribute to building two new Habitat for Humanity homes for local families in need.

Organization helping homeless students stay focused on learning

Archived, 16 days ago From knsiradio.com 

St. Cloud, MINNESOTA - A local organization is teaming up with two area couples to raise $40,000 to help homeless kids in St. Cloud Area School District 742.

Local Education and Activities Foundation (LEAF) Executive Director Bruce Hentges says the Homeless ...

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