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Habitat For Humanity Begins Construction On New Fuller's Landing Home

32 hours ago From Indiana's NewsCenter   View Original Article

Fort Wayne, INDIANA - Habitat for Humanity has been hard at work constructing a new home in Fuller's Landing near W. Cook Road.

Fuller’s Landing is the neighborhood developed especially for habitat homes.

Around 10 a.m. Saturday, volunteers r ...

Community pulls together to help others

33 hours ago From Herald Times Reporter   View Original Article

Manitowoc County, WISCONSIN - Manitowoc County is a place where people take pride in helping one another out and having fun in the process.

On any given weekend, you can likely find a bowl-a-thon, motorcycle ride, fish boil, brat fry, walk or run raising money for ...

Autism York attracts about 230 people to annual Summer Splash in York

34 hours ago From York Daily Record   View Original Article

York, PENNSYLVANIA - Last summer, Dustin Perecinsky was nervous near water.

But on Saturday, the 12 year old sported a bathing suit and diving mask. He was ready to jump in.

He and his mom, Sara Perecinsky, traveled from Delta to attend Auti ...

Tulalip Great Strides raises $44K for cystic fibrosis

34 hours ago From Marysville Globe   View Original Article

Marysville, WASHINGTON - More than 300 walkers turned out to help raise $44,000 and counting for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation during the Tulalip Great Strides Walk July 12.

Anna Lester, development manager for the Washington and Alaska chapter of CFF, explai ...

Volleyball tournament raised money for charity

36 hours ago From wwaytv3.com   View Original Article

Wilmington, NORTH CAROLINA - The Port City Ruritan's held their 6th Annual Volleyball Tournament Saturday.

Beneficiaries for the tournament were for the Jedrey Family Foundation and Janet Johnson.

The Jedrey Family Foundation is a local non-profit ...

Hot Hundred gathers cyclists for fun, charity

37 hours ago From Sudan Tribune   View Original Article

Tuscaloosa, ALABAMA - He backpedaled his road bike into the parking lot after riding 100 miles of hot pavement, the sweat on his skin glistening in the sun. He wiped the beads of sweat trickling down his forehead into his squinted eyes in the 90-degree heat.


Merrick County Sheriff Feeds Hundreds in 1st Food Drive

37 hours ago From 1011now   View Original Article

Grand Island, NEBRASKA - More than $30,000 worth of food given away in less than 3 hours. All to support the people of Merrick County.

The Mobile Food Bank for the Heartland dropped off more than 10,000 pounds of food for the Sheriff's Department to give to th ...

YouthBuild assists with Danvers Habitat for Humanity home

37 hours ago From Wicked Local Danvers   View Original Article

Danvers, MASSACHUSETTS - With a tape measure in his hands, 19-year-old Edwin Carmona carefully evaluates a length of strapping that will hold insulation in a roof. All around him, people in hard hats and safe, sturdy boots bustle across the property at 55 Coolidge Road, ...

United Way of Miami-Dade turns 90 and eyes its next century of community service

37 hours ago From icito.com   View Original Article

Miami, FLORIDA - By 16, Angel Terrero, had already been arrested 10 times.

“I tore away from my family … I turned to the streets,” said Terrero, 24, of Opa-locka. “I started using drugs, got involved in gangs at 13, and started digging a hole for myse ...

Houston Hospice receives grant from Susan G. Komen For The Cure

37 hours ago From Your Houston News   View Original Article

Houston, TEXAS - Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Houston has awarded Texas Medical Center based non-profit Houston Hospice a $75,000 grant. Houston Hospice estimates that within their service area which includes Austin, Brazoria, Colorado, Fort Bend, Harris, Jackson, Ma ...

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