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Wasserman steps into the position following the unexpected passing of CFCA President and Co-Founder Bob Hentzen, who died Oct. 8 in Guatemala.
What's the best route to energy independence?
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
About 1,500 incarcerated New York City teens have received behavioural therapy aimed at lowering their chances of returning to jail in the first year of a Goldman Sachs-funded program that's the first U.S. effort to lure private investors to finance public social programs.
PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COM A local group is proposing that the barbwire topped chain link fence surrounding the historic Tolomato Cemetery in St. Augustine be replaced as a project to celebrate the city's 450th birthday.
Tracey Hussey, left, and his brother Tim Hussey, enjoy a meal thanks Table of Plenty in Beaumont in 2011.
Calli Calvert's father, Frank Kalman of San Luis Obispo, has become an expert in neuroblastoma research.
Summer of Maps Is a Fellowship Program That Offers $5,000 to Student GIS Analysts to Perform Pro Bono Geospatial Analysis Work for Non-Profits Over the Summer , an award winning geospatial analysis software development company, invites non-profits nationwide to submit an application to be considered for its third Summer of Maps.
Photo by Zack Ponce - Current-Argus Chance Stephens stops by Clean Corner Laundry to wash his clothes on Monday afternoon.
From the earliest days of our nation, Americans have been a generous people. In 2012 alone, according to Giving USA estimates, Americans donated $316 billion to charity.
Mayor Steve Bach, behind singers from the Colorado Springs Conservatory. The kids reprised their Dec. 4 performance for the Economic Development Commission in today's news conference at UCCS.
The Stuart-based Fiorella Insurance Agency made headlines a couple of months ago when it began using the Obamacare Enrollment Team name to insinuate official ties to the health care law and sell policies to unsuspecting people, setting off an ongoing state inquiry.
A non-profit organization distributes hundreds of pairs of athletic shoes to some Albany elementary students.
The NunatuKavut Community Council has announced a one-year $40,000 pilot program intended to celebrate culture while improving the economic, social, physical and mental well-being of its communities.
Crescent City Connections recently won the fifth installment of the PitchNOLA contest for social entrepreneurs and has big plans for the future of nonprofits and the "voluntourism" industry in New Orleans .
The fifth webisode in the series "Restoring the Elwha River," produced by Wings Over Watersheds, has been released.
Classes are held at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship and at the Parsippany Police Athletic League building .
Dissolving the embattled Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation has proved to be more difficult than anticipated.