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Red Cross offers financial help to flood victims in need after Hurricane Matthew

Archived, 18 days ago From wbtw.com 

Florence, SOUTH CAROLINA - It’s been more than a month since Hurricane Matthew and The American Red Cross now enters long-term recovery mode.

The goal is to help people who are just getting back into their homes meet their immediate needs and get on their feet.< ...

Food drive nets over 1,000 items for local food pantry

Archived, 18 days ago From usatodayhss.com 

McLean, VIRGINIA - Shaler Area’s annual fall food drive began on November 7th, 2016. The donations were collected for one week from Monday, November 7th until Friday, November 11th.

All donations are being sent to the Bread of Life Food Pantry in Etna. T ...

Winter is coming: Non-profit agencies join together to help those in need

Archived, 18 days ago From sanangelolive.com 

San Angelo, TEXAS - As the colder weather comes through San Angelo, and fall transitions into winter, many people begin stocking up on an endless supply of hot chocolate, and pull out their warm sweaters, jackets, and blankets that have been tucked away in the deepest a ...

Hungry for the holidays: Food bank hands out turkeys while seeking more donations

Archived, 18 days ago From dailypress.com 

Newport News, VIRGINIA - The lineup started before dawn on Thursday, but it wasn't for the holiday season's must-have toy or a new iPhone.

Community groups and churches flocked to the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank to pick up turkeys to give out for Thanksgiving. ...

American Diabetes Association® issues resolution and launches petition calling for access to affordable insulin

Archived, 18 days ago From prnewswire.com 

New York, NEW YORK - As the cost of insulin climbs, millions of Americans with diabetes are paying a steep price to stay alive. The American Diabetes Association® (Association) today announces a resolution and the launch of a petition calling on all entities in the insul ...

Connecticut Food Bank, United Illuminating team up to provide food, energy to families in need

Archived, 18 days ago From fox61.com 

Hartford, CONNECTICUT - For now, there’s a lot of food at the Connecticut Food Bank’s headquarters in Wallingford. That will change, and fast, with Thanksgiving just one week away.

According to Bernie Beaudreau, CEO of the Connecticut Food Bank, "We’re about ...

Habitat for Humanity to help flood victims rebuild

Archived, 19 days ago From wncn.com 

Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA - As the holiday season approaches, many in North Carolina are still trying to get their lives back together in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

In Fayetteville, Habitat for Humanity is helping dozens of homeowners salvage what’s left of t ...

Building tiny houses to help end homelessness

Archived, 19 days ago From khou.com 

Houston, TEXAS - A small solution could be the answer to a big problem in Guilford County.

A local non-profit builds tiny houses for the homeless in Guilford County and now is your chance to help.

Tiny Houses Greensboro kicked off a fu ...

Meals on Wheels nourishes the soul

Archived, 19 days ago From lamorindaweekly.com 

Moraga, CALIFORNIA - Last week, Mable Betancourt enjoyed a dinner of hearty beef stew, steamed spinach, corn niblets, and a freshly made biscuit. Later this week, the long-time Lamorinda resident will dine on roast beef with gravy, baked potato, spinach salad, broccoli a ...

Salvation Army kicks off giving season

Archived, 19 days ago From pbcommercial.com 

Pine Bluff, ARKANSAS - The Salvation Army has received 433 applications from children and senior citizens for their annual Angel Tree program, according to Salvation Army Lt. Stephanie Hargis.

“That’s a pretty good number, “Hargis said Wednesday as she hung ...

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