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LeClairRyan firm helps finish Habitat for Humanity home in Roanoke

Archived, 24 days ago From roanoke.com 

Roanoke, VIRGINIA - The Roanoke law office of LeClairRyan sponsored the construction of a new home on Chapman Avenue Southwest that was dedicated in early December.

The new homeowners also committed more than 400 hours of “sweat equity”’ to become a Habit ...

BRMH serves thousands of meals through Meals on Wheels

Archived, 27 days ago From  

Black River Falls, WISCONSIN - In Jackson County the Meals on Wheels program is led by Jackson County Health and Human Services. The Meals on Wheels program provides home-delivered meals to community members in need of a nutritious meal who cannot get to a meal site and meet certa ...

GHS serves up free flu shots at Greenville soup kitchen

Archived, 27 days ago From foxcarolina.com 

Greenville, SOUTH CAROLINA - Monday a group of Greenville Health System employees visited the Project Host Soup Kitchen in Greenville and gave out free flu shots to some of our area's less fortunate.

Project Host has been a soup kitchen just outside downtown Green ...

Salvation Army helps Oakland man beat addiction, gain employment

Archived, 27 days ago From mercurynews.com 

San Jose, CALIFORNIA - Jerrell Loggins was losing a recurring batttle with drug addiction earlier this year, sending him on a downward spiral.

Amid a fog of continuous substance abuse, one day he had a clear revelation about why he should turn his life aroun ...

Family spends first holiday in Habitat for Humanity home

Archived, 27 days ago From peninsulaclarion.com 

Kenai, ARKANSAS - Christmas Day in the nineteenth Habitat for Humanity Home built on the Central Kenai Peninsula was the first holiday to be celebrated by the family living in the new dwelling.

Thursday morning, Crystal Stonecipher said she was mentally ...

Charity defies Roseville, feeds homeless

Archived, 28 days ago From sacbee.com 

Sacramento, CALIFORNIA - For the homeless feeding organization called What Would Jesus Do, it is an act of benevolent defiance.

After a 31/2-month absence, the group is again serving breakfast pastries, hot chocolate and coffee, canned goods and additional sta ...

9/11 charity raises $250,000 for slain NY officers

Archived, 28 days ago From pix11.com 

New York, NEW YORK - A charity created after the Sept. 11 terror attacks says it has so far raised $250,000 or about a third of what it needs to pay the home mortgages for the families of two slain New York police officers.

The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Tow ...

Motorcyclists donate $14,699 to Ronald McDonald charity

Archived, 28 days ago From news-press.com 

Fort Myers, FLORIDA - They rode in on gleaming chrome hogs, a band of Ronin with their colors bedecked on vests of leather and with a purpose that belied their overall image.

Though named for legendary dispossessed Japanese samurai, these warriors were from ...

Foxboro Bicyclist Completes 48-State Cycling Tour For Charity

Archived, 28 days ago From boston.cbslocal.com 

Boston, MASSACHUSETTS - A Foxboro bicyclist has completed a 48-state cycling tour to raise money for Make-a-Wish and has returned to Rhode Island.

Stephen Laskey crossed into Rhode Island Sunday, completing a 48-state, 8,000-mile cycling tour to raise money f ...

Make-A-Wish grants trip to Grand Rapids boy

Archived, 29 days ago From fox17online.com 

Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN - More than 8,000 children’s dreams have come true because of the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Michigan. Now, one more has been added to the list. Jeffrey Shanks was born with not one, but two, heart defects.

“Really it’s just that part of ...

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