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Capital One donates to East Texas Food Bank program

Archived, 6 days ago From ktre.com 

Pollok - One in four East Texas children don't know where their next meal is coming from. In an attempt to ease the so-called "weekend hunger gap" the East Texas Food Bank has stepped in with its BackPack Program.

It's the agency's most expensi ...

New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity continues revitalization efforts in Hollygrove

Archived, 6 days ago From wdsu.com 

New Orleans, LOUISIANA - The New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity is continuing revitalization efforts this week in the Hollygrove neighborhood.

The organization and Covenant House began construction on a new home Tuesday morning in the 3400 block of Eagle St ...

Boys and Girls Club benefits from United Way funding

Archived, 7 days ago From troymessenger.com 

Troy, ALABAMA - The mission of the Boys and Girls Club of Pike and Surrounding Counties is to enable all young people, especially those who need it most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Wayne Buchannan, direc ...

Program helping students read hopes to continue Tulsa success

Archived, 7 days ago From newson6.com 

Tulsa, OKLAHOMA - A national group that places volunteers in schools to teach reading says Tulsa is one of their greatest success stories. Because of that, Reading Partners hopes to expand in Tulsa so more children can get help.

Mark Twain Elementary is ...

Union Elementary in Gallatin helps launch Food 2 Families campaign

Archived, 7 days ago From wkrn.com 

Nashville, TENNESSEE - A back to school tradition is underway in Middle Tennessee as students help kick off News 2’s annual Food 2 Families campaign.

For the next four weeks, students at Union Elementary School in Gallatin will donate non-perishable food ite ...

Church Community Services' Seed to Feed program calls on agencies to pick up watermelons

Archived, 7 days ago From flavor574.com 

Elkhart, INDIANA - A Niles, Mich., farmer recently donated a mountain of watermelon to Seed to Feed, co-coordinator Natasha Weisenbeck said. Now she’s asking churches, food pantries and other larger organizations to take what they need.

“The reason we g ...

Teens collect shoes to battle cancer in Canton, Stoughton

Archived, 7 days ago From stoughton.wickedlocal.com 

Randolph, MASSACHUSETTS - Two Sharon teens organized a shoe drive to help kick childhood cancer into the history books, with locations in Stoughton and Canton, among other towns.

Through their organization, OINK Charities, the teens have an agreement with Funds ...

OSF shoe drive collects over 3,300 pounds of shoes

Archived, 7 days ago From wjbc.com 

Bloomington, ILLINOIS - The 13th annual OSF St. Joseph Medical Center shoe drive to benefit Home Sweet Home Ministries was yet another success this year.

The hospital collected 3,361 pounds of shoes between Aug. 7 and Aug. 16. OSF President Char Boore said th ...

Back to School program fills more than backpacks

Archived, 8 days ago From fdlreporter.com 

Fond Du Lac, WISCONSIN - The line of families extended out the door and all along the length of the Fond du Lac Boys & Girls Club.

It was a hot Saturday morning and foremost on the mind of 6-year-old Danny Garcia was that brand new box of crayons.

Grow Another Row brings excess crops to benefit food banks

Archived, 8 days ago From gjfreepress.com 

Grand Junction, COLORADO - Colorado’s Grand Valley boasts dozens of orchards, farms, backyard gardens and growers of veggies and fruits. At times, the bounty can be overwhelming and the crop is left untouched or unable to sell enough. Thanks to the nonprofit Grow Another Row, ...

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