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Helping people on the streets 'Beat the Heat' this summer

Archived, 582 days ago From kcbd.com 

Lubbock, TEXAS - As the threat of triple-digit heat continues this week and into the weekend, everybody is looking for ways to stay cool.

But for people living on the streets in Lubbock, staying out of the heat and staying hydrated can be a challenge w ...

Lenoir County Salvation Army provides relief to those unable to pay bills

Archived, 582 days ago From wnct.com 

Greenville, NORTH CAROLINA - The Salvation Army is working to help those in need who are unable to pay their bills.

When the temperatures rise in summer, so do electric bills. During this time, Salvation Army case workers say they tend to see an increase in reques ...

United Way announces $6.6 million in funding to Kent County nonprofits

Archived, 582 days ago From mlive.com 

Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN - Kent County nonprofits will receive $6.6 million in grants and pass-through donations from the Heart of West Michigan United Way.

The organization announced the investment in community programs during a breakfast event and in a press r ...

Wounded Warrior Project connects veteran to $42K in VA benefit entitlements

Archived, 582 days ago From prnewswire.com 

New York, NEW YORK - Veterans with service-related health issues received instant relief when Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) held a Benefits Claims Day at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) regional office in New York City.

"My claim was open since 2 ...

United Way, Staples target literacy on Washington County's Day of Action

Archived, 582 days ago From heraldmailmedia.com 

Hagerstown, MARYLAND - A former high school English teacher, Bill Muldowney was working with a younger crowd Wednesday, reading Dr. Seuss' "Oh, The Places You'll Go" to a group of 5-year-olds in the Head Start program.

"You have brains in your head. You have ...

Schools collect more than 60 tons of food for county food bank

Archived, 583 days ago From centraljersey.com 

Manalapan, NEW JERSEY - School districts in Woodbridge, East Brunswick and Old Bridge collected 12,850, 12,000 and 10,700 pounds of food, respectively, for the county food bank in the past year.

The East Brunswick, Monroe and Perth Amboy districts had 100 per ...

Summer food program provides meals to kids in need

Archived, 583 days ago From newsobserver.com 

Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA - For children who receive free and reduced-price lunches during the school year, having enough food becomes more challenging during summer break.

In the Casa de Luna apartment complex in northeast Raleigh, those kids can come every Tues ...

Cleburne organization seeking to help homeless veterans

Archived, 583 days ago From cleburnetimesreview.com 

Cleburne, TEXAS - While driving around Dallas one day, Pamela and Gary Spence of Joshua said they noticed many homeless people and wondered if any of them were veterans.

They began to think about possible homeless veterans in Johnson County and if there ...

Habitat for Humanity Building Blitz provides homes for 5 Raleigh families

Archived, 583 days ago From wral.com 

Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA - Five Wake County families have new homes thanks to Habitat for Humanity’s annual Building Blitz and local professional builders.

Ashia Arain has already decided where the television and Christmas tree will go in her new house and her ...

Food bank is giving away repellent targeting Zika

Archived, 583 days ago From fortmyers.floridaweekly.com 

Fort Myers, FLORIDA - The Harry Chapin Food Bank will distribute 80,000 units of OFF! mosquito repellent during June, July and August to those in need throughout its service area of Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties.

The mosquito repellent ...

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