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A 24-hour charity marathon raised more than $600,000 for Anne Arundel County nonprofit groups this week. The "Great Give," organized by the Community Foundation for Anne Arundel County, encouraged donors to give to their favorite charities through a...
Tags: Social Issues, Charity, Annapolis
A free speed camp for 200 pre-registered Imperial Valley children, ages 10 to 18, will be hosted Saturday by G-Rob Fitness and the House of Hope Advisory Committee at Southwest High in El Centro, stated a press release from the Catholic Charities...
The Hartford CourantIs the Darien-based National Veterans Services Fund one of the worst charities in America? A new rating by the the well-respected group Charity Navigator suggests that by some measures, it could be a contender for that dubious distinction. We’ve...
Tags: Social Issues, Charity
Hoping to lure car enthusiasts to local businesses while also raising money for children's charities, the Exchange Club of Pompano Beach is getting set to host its fifth annual Benefit Classic Car Show. Nearly 100 vintage cars will be on display from...
email@example.comFrom appetizers to desserts, there was plenty of food to be tasted at the 16th annual Taste of Jessamine County held Friday night at West Jessamine High School. In all, some 47 local celebrity chefs offered up their fare as more than 300 people eagerly...
Classic car events with tours or rallies are nothing new. One touring the largest military base on the West Coast is. For the first time ever, Camp Pendleton will open its gates for auto enthusiasts to tour its 125,000-acre facility on June 21. The...
Hundreds of Anne Arundel County charities are hoping to get a fundraising boost from a round-the-clock, online donation event. The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County will host the "Great Give" from 7 p.m. Wednesday through 7 p.m. on Thursday....
Tags: Social Issues, Charity, Human Interest
The Hartford CourantThe state Department of Social Services is either understaffed, overworked and unable to process Medicaid applications on time, or just starting to recover from a few rough years of layoffs, depending on who was speaking Tuesday in the first day of a...
The term "welfare" is defined as the general well-being of an individual or group of individuals. However, when used in association with government services, the term has unfortunately developed a negative connotation. One state agency that suffers from...
Canton Town Staff Collect Donations To Help Local Family The town's senior and social services department is collecting donations to help a local family struggling with health and financial difficulties, according ton an announcement from the town....
Tags: Human Interest
Promoting gambling Mayor Rahm Emanuel has made a video using the plight of Chicago's schoolchildren to promote the building of a casino in Chicago. This resurrects sad memories for many of us of the Illinois Lottery's self-justification in 1974 that...
Tags: Chicago Mayor, Social Issues, Dan Cronin, Wheaton, Lotteries
Greater HartfordCommunity Health Charities of New England has appointed new officers and members to their board of directors. Michael Caron, director of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), has been elected as chairman of the board. Michael served in the...
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