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Habitat for Humanity gives house keys to another family

32 hours ago From Journal and Courier  View Original Article

Lafayette, INDIANA - It didn’t sink in for Temple Cosby that the small, taupe home with the dark red door on Southlea Drive would one day belong to him and his wife until the paint started drying on the walls.

Now, five months after Purdue University’s cha ...

Child abuse prevention focus of Tucson event

32 hours ago From Arizona Daily Star  View Original Article

Tucson, ARIZONA - The 10th annual March for Children, which helps bring awareness to the issue of child abuse and highlights the local agencies and individuals that work to keep children safe, and the Casa de los Nińos family fiesta drew about 2,000 people to Reid Par ...

Red Cross helping West Seneca flood victims

32 hours ago From WIVB  View Original Article

Buffalo, NEW YORK - West Seneca families who have dealt with 2-major floods have some guidance thanks to the Buffalo chapter of the American Red Cross.

The organization held a community and home recovery fair at Saint John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church fo ...

Cyclists raise millions of dollars for Multiple Sclerosis

33 hours ago From MyFox Austin  View Original Article

Austin, TEXAS - Since the MS 150 began back in the mid '80s, the National MS Society says they've raised more than $185 million for Multiple Sclerosis research and awareness.

Anne Roland says she's living proof of what that fundraising can do.

Community Compassion Network benefit dinner raises $4,250

33 hours ago From Central Michigan Life  View Original Article

Mount Pleasant, MICHIGAN - The Community Compassion Network’s annual benefit dinner raised $4,250 through donations and a silent auction – enough to fund the operation of the food pantry for an entire week.

According to Interim Director of CCN Faye Schaeffer, it ...

Hundreds walk in March for Babies

33 hours ago From WKYT  View Original Article

Hazard, KENTUCKY - Hundreds of people laced up for the annual March of Dimes charity walk Sunday in Hazard.

They took off from Daniel Field at Hazard High School, marching to raise money for research into prevention of premature births.

Be ...

Food donations pouring in for Pitt Meadows food drive

Archived, 2 days ago From Maple Ridge Times 

Maple Ridge, CANADA - It may have fallen somewhat short of its lofty goal, but don’t call Saturday’s food drive a failure.

The drive took place under sunny skies, and was Pitt Meadows’ crack at a Guinness world record for the most food collected during a on ...

Shippensburg United Way reaches goal

Archived, 2 days ago From The Sentinel 

Carlisle, PENNSYLVANIA - The Shippensburg Area United Way recently reached its goal of $200,000 for the 2013-14 campaign.

The goal was the highest ever set by the Shippensburg board of directors, which was because of increased need for the agencies it serves.< ...

Food pantry gets $1,000 grant

Archived, 2 days ago From Times Herald-Record 

Middletown, NEW YORK - St. Francis of Assisi Parish Food Pantry recently received a donation of $1,000 from Stewart's Holiday Match.

Stewart's Shops collected and matched donations in their shops from Thanksgiving until Christmas, and the donation check was ...

Over $57,000 Raised in the Austin-Albert Lea March of Dimes

Archived, 2 days ago From KAALtv.com 

Austin, MINNESOTA - The Austin-Albert Lea March of Dimes Walk was held at Torge's in Austin today.

More than two hundred people participated and raised over $57,000.

The money goes to efforts in educating mothers on information about health ...

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