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Salvation Army and UNO join forces to stock food pantries

Archived, 2 days ago From wowt.com 

Omaha, NEBRASKA - The Salvation Army is partnering with University of Nebraska at Omaha's Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity for Just Can It!, a food drive and homelessness awareness event to benefit The Salvation Army food pantry. The 12th annual Just Can It! is April 6-10 at ...

Community gathers to eat soup, help Foodbank at Empty Bowls event

Archived, 2 days ago From lompocrecord.com 

Lompoc, CALIFORNIA - Although Lompoc residents Janice McIntosh and Karen Martin acknowledged that they enjoyed their lunch early Wednesday afternoon, they said the food wasnít the main reason they stopped by the Dick DeWees Center for the midday meal.

The ...

Local hospital makes meals for families in need

Archived, 2 days ago From news4jax.com 

Jacksonville, FLORIDA - St. Vincent's HealthCare is helping to end the fight against number, and providing meals for families throughout the community.

On Wednesday, the hospital prepared 25,000 meals for families in need. St. Vincent's said it's part of the ...

Red Cross helping man displaced by South Drake fire

Archived, 2 days ago From titusvilleherald.com 

Titusville, PENNSYLVANIA - The Erie Chapter of the American Red Cross is helping a Titusville resident who was displaced in the fire that took a life Monday at an apartment building on South Drake Street.

According to Trish Lawrence, disaster program specialist ...

Students spend Spring Break with Habitat for Humanity

Archived, 2 days ago From wdam.com 

Moselle, MISSISSIPPI - Most students hit the beach for spring break, but a group of certain group of students decided to trade a beach front view for paint brushes and saw dust in the Hub City.

A group of 17 students from the Missouri University Science and ...

Walkerís students help build habitat homes during spring break service trip

Archived, 2 days ago From courant.com 

Hartford, CONNECTICUT - Ten students from The Ethel Walker School traveled to Bryan/College Station, TX for a spring break service trip, during which they worked with the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity helping to build homes and sheds for members of the community.

Corpus Christi fills the boot

Archived, 3 days ago From recordstar.com 

Alice, TEXAS - The Corpus Christi Fire Department has kicked off their annual Fill-the-Boot event that has been taking place all over Corpus Christi the past few weekends. The event will continue this weekend at select intersections in the city.

On F ...

Hundreds of Kennedy School students shave heads for charity

Archived, 3 days ago From newjerseyhills.com 

Bernardsville, NEW JERSEY - There are a lot of bald heads this week at the grades K-4 Kennedy School in Succasunna.

Hundreds of Roxbury students shaved their heads last Tuesday, March 17, to show support for kids with cancer and raise money to support pediatric ...

United Way to install library boxes

Archived, 4 days ago From dailylocal.com 

West Chester, PENNSYLVANIA - Reading just got more convenient for families who enjoy the outdoors.

United Way of Chester County will begin outfitting eight of their existing Born Learning Trails with kid-sized Little Free Libraries, just in time for spring, the ag ...

Clearfield United Way delivers books to PH DuBois

Archived, 4 days ago From gantdaily.com 

Clearfield, PENNSYLVANIA - Representatives from the Clearfield Area United Way recently delivered more than 100 books as part of their Reading Ripples Project to Penn Highlands DuBois Hospital.

The books are for the hospitalís surgical waiting areas. The book do ...

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