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Make-A-Wish Foundation grants child’s wish to be police officer for a day

29 hours ago From spokesman.com  View Original Article

Spokane, WASHINGTON - Spokane’s newest police officer had barely graduated from the academy when she got her first call.

Officer Sierra Shank was assigned to track down an escaped convict with a history of assaulting police officers.

“He’s a ...

United Way highlights reading program

43 hours ago From postcrescent.com  View Original Article

Appleton, WISCONSIN - Pediatrician Dipesh Navsaria said he can learn more in an appointment with a children's book than with his stethoscope.

The doctor walks into appointments for his youngest patients with a book and watches how both the child and the par ...

Thousands of canned goods collected for United Way and Salvation Army

46 hours ago From wbko.com  View Original Article

Bowling Green, KENTUCKY - Fruit of the Loom is collecting canned goods for United Way of Southern Kentucky and The Salvation Army to help "Feed the Need."

Fruit of the Loom has participated in the event for several years, even having the departments compete aga ...

Wounded Warrior Project provides $9 million to The Mission Continues

Archived, 2 days ago From prnewswire.com 

New York, NEW YORK - For years, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has funded organizations that share the WWP mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. Through a continued partnership, WWP will be investing $9 million in The Mission Continues, another veteran service o ...

Idaho Food Bank receives sizable donation

Archived, 2 days ago From kpvi.com 

Pocatello, IDAHO - The Idaho Food Bank in Pocatello received a sizeable donation today from the Rocky Mountain Foundation to help fight hunger in Eastern Idaho.

Timothy Soloman, Regional Business Manager for Rocky Mountain Power, presented the food bank ...

A Brush with Kindness revamps Wellington home

Archived, 2 days ago From sunad.com 

Price, UTAH - Gordon Tubbs of Wellington contacted Habitat for Humanity of Castle Country to see if the group could help fix up his house. He recently moved back into his home that was in need of a new coat of paint and some roof boards replaced. Habitat for Human ...

Serving the community

Archived, 2 days ago From cantondailyledger.com 

Canton, ILLINOIS - Local businesses, families and individuals volunteered Saturday to work in the community for the third annual Community Work Day.

The Canton Area Chamber of Commerce has done the event for three years and has partnered with United Way ...

Habitat home offers family a fresh start

Archived, 2 days ago From northwestgeorgianews.com 

Rome, GEORGIA - Smiles were all around at the dedication of the Habitat for Humanity - Coosa Valley’s Building on Faith home Sunday afternoon.

The Johnson family was the grateful recipient of the newly constructed house on Brookwood Avenue.

Oconee high school plants crops for food bank donations

Archived, 3 days ago From independentmail.com 

Anderson, SOUTH CAROLINA - As the sun beat down on their backs, several West-Oak High School students bent over to plant tomatoes Monday in freshly plowed dirt.

Other students tilled more plant beds on the other side of the school's garden.

Two st ...

Program helps kids STEM afterschool boredom

Archived, 3 days ago From chicagotribune.com 

Chicago, ILLINOIS - Kids in Gary are solving some complex problems. They're figuring out how to grow beans on the moon and how to protect a fragile egg from a large drop.

The youngsters, members of the John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club in Gary, aren't ...

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