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"Ride for Kids" benefits pediatric brain cancer

Archived, 12 days ago From abc3340.com 

Birmingham, ALABAMA - For local children who have faced cancer, Sunday morning they got the chance to feel normal again.

It was the 15th year for the event and 4th year it was held at Barber MotorSports. It benefits children fighting against pediatric brain ...

Hundreds take part in charity triathlon in Branford

Archived, 12 days ago From wtnh.com 

New Haven, CONNECTICUT - Hundreds of people came together Sunday along the shoreline to raise money for a disease that affects one in every 18,000 people.

That disease is known as ALD, a genetic disease passed down from a mother to her child. The brain disorde ...

Kentucky Farms to Food Banks program providing produce to areas of the state most in need

Archived, 12 days ago From kyforward.com 

Lexington, KENTUCKY - Finding Kentucky-grown tomatoes, cucumbers and apples on a regular basis in the homes of many lower-income Kentuckians has been a known challenge in Kentucky.

Struggling families living paycheck to paycheck who typically can’t afford f ...

United Way helps the poor, levels playing field for all

Archived, 12 days ago From marysvilleglobe.com 

Marysville, WASHINGTON - Sometimes-violent protest groups like "Black Lives Matter" and unappreciative multi-millionaire athletes like Colin Kaepernick don't impress me much.

Their efforts grab headlines, but more-deserving of the publicity are so organization ...

Pink-clad Komen warriors race, walk toward cure for breast cancer

Archived, 12 days ago From bangordailynews.com 

Bangor, MAINE - When Corinth resident Melissa Jones helped organize a team for the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure five years ago, she did so in honor of her mother, who had been diagnosed with breast cancer the prior year.

Her mother, 71-year ...

United Way says school readiness program is working

Archived, 14 days ago From chillicothegazette.com 

Chillicothe, OHIO - The Success by Six program seems to have lived up to its name.

The elementary school program, funded by the United Way of Ross County, was introduced at districts across the county and is boasting improvements across the board. It aime ...

Mobile food pantry will serve veterans monthly in Charleston

Archived, 14 days ago From live5news.com 

Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA - On Friday, the Soldiers' Angels, The Citadel and the Lowcountry Food Bank partnered to feed 200 veterans and their families in the Charleston area.

Soliders' Angels is a national nonprofit that provides aid and comfort to the men and w ...

Volunteers to ‘Rock The Block’ in Norristown

Archived, 14 days ago From philadelphia.cbslocal.com 

Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA - Hundreds of volunteers are descending on Norristown Saturday morning, all part of Habitat for Humanity’s “Rock the Block”.

Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County’s Marianne Lynch says 250 volunteers are taking part in the third annu ...

Food Lion bagged apples to help provide 1 million meals to families in need

Archived, 14 days ago From theproducenews.com 

Oradell, NEW JERSEY - Food Lion is partnering with its customers to help solve hunger by launching specially marked Food Lion Feeds bagged apples for sale in its stores. In its third year, the bagged apple campaign will help provide over 1 million meals to families facing ...

Red Cross continues to help those in need

Archived, 14 days ago From democratandchronicle.com 

Rochester, NEW YORK - The American Red Cross is proud of our heritage in Greater Rochester. Clara Barton founded the first Chapter of the American Red Cross in Dansville in 1881. Our current Livingston County location on Elizabeth Street in Dansville serves not only as me ...

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