Non-Profit Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Tenants of Hobart social housing worried about their future under new landlordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | ABC News

    ... into a positive, productive person of society who can now give back and who can be part of a community." The non-profit Common Ground Tasmania board was set up in 2008, backed by the former Labor Premier Paul Lennon. At the end of 2016 the board ...

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  2. Healthcare Career Pathways Program Increases Credential Receipt for Low-Income Latinos in ChicagoRead the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | PRWeb

    ... ends meet. "This evaluation builds evidence around the effects of the career pathways approach and shows that non-profit organizations can play an important role in facilitating educational success," said Karen Gardiner, Abt Principal Associate and ...

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  3. An effort to get us past 'heroin chic'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Newsday

    Social media can have a huge, mostly negative, impact on mental health and has exacerbated a cultural obsession with body comparisons. Photo Credit: iStock At the beginning of summer, it used to be popular to ask: "Are you beach body ready?" But this summer, the body positivity movement has underscored that all bodies are "ready," and you should wear what you want to the beach.

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  4. Confidence blooms thanks to flower shop program for students with special needs at Winnipeg schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... and hand-delivered to them in their classrooms every Friday. All funds from the flower raffle go to Ndinawe, a non-profit organization that helps at-risk youth in Winnipeg. "Teachers love it, especially when we give them their flowers. It makes ...

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  5. U.S. phone companies limit sharing of location data, while Canadian carriers insist they already doRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... analyst for the U.K. government intelligence agency GCHQ, and now the executive director of Vancouver-based non-profit OpenPrivacy . "And that model can always be broken, because someone can just lie." This is precisely what happened in the U.S. The ...

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  6. Kansas couple helps homeless donkeys find familiesRead the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | Washington Times

    It all began on a whim. It ended with Jay Ellis and Stacy Ellis sheltering 12 homeless donkeys - and loving every minute of it.

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  7. Final work in progress on CVNP's East Rim TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | West Side and South Side Leader

    Mountain bikers will soon be able to indulge in additional miles on the East Rim Trail, which will include approximately 10 miles in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park when completed. According to CVNP officials, the East Rim Trail system is the first of its kind in CVNP.

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  8. Clare BOE adopts $14.8 million budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Clare County Review

    ... STEM Partnership program; and a school service projects with assistance from the Little Forks Conservancy, a non-profit organization that has an educational outreach program created for alternative education schools. The course will assist students ...

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  9. Yisrayl Hawkins Proves Schools of Higher Learning and Military...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | PRWeb

    ... will see love and joy like has never been experienced before. The House of Yahweh, fully recognized in 1983 as a non-profit organization in the United States of America, continues to this present day to fulfill its commissioned work of preaching and ...

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  10. 'Start paying attention, folks, this could be your child.' HIV increasing among youthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Fresno Bee

    HIV infections among teenagers and young adults in Fresno County are at their highest levels in years and and there's concern of an outbreak or epidemic if the trend continues. "Start paying attention, folks, this could be your child," says Toni Harrison, who runs The Living Room, a nonprofit in the Tower District that provides social services to people with HIV.

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  11. Big bang, tiny clientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Press-Enterprise

    A chance encounter between a working mother on her way to work and a toddler, wearing only a diaper and wandering alone on a Long Beach street, led to the creation of Children Today, now celebrating its 20th anniversary serving homeless children and their families. Jennifer Choppin Fitzgerald was driving to work when she saw the toddler, looking lost with parents nowhere to be seen.

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  12. Rare jaguar seen in Arizona mountains feared deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    This Nov, 16, 2016 photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a Jaguar photographed by a motion-detection cameras in the Dos Cabezas Mountains in southern Arizona.

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  13. Actually, Melania, #IReallyDoCare: First Lady's Offensive Jacket Inspires Outpouring of GoodnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Common Dreams

    ... never rent or sell your email address or your meta-data. Over twenty years ago, we created our media model -- non-profit, funded by thousands of small contributors -- guaranteeing us the independence to speak truth to power. We rely on readers, like ...

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  14. After She Blames Human Rights Groups for Trump Decision to Ditch UN...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Common Dreams

    ... never rent or sell your email address or your meta-data. Over twenty years ago, we created our media model -- non-profit, funded by thousands of small contributors -- guaranteeing us the independence to speak truth to power. We rely on readers, like ...

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  15. Little-known gubernatorial contender earns debate spotRead the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | News-Register

    Move over, Republican challenger Knute Buehler. You've no one but yourself to blame for falling 237 votes short of managing to bookend the GOP gubernatorial nomination with that of the Independent Party of Oregon.

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  16. A visionary advocate for seniors dies at 82Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Riverdale Press

    Ellen Camerieri, who helmed Riverdale Senior Services as executive director for more than two decades, died from complications from a brain tumor, June 14. She was 82. "Ellen always held Riverdale Senior Services in her heart," said Betty Begley, RSS' current executive assistant. "She will be missed."

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  17. Home's hi-rise hopes hit a hurdleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Riverdale Press

    Opponents of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale's plan to build a continuing care retirement community hold signs during a Community Board 8 land use committee meeting June 7. CB8 eventually refused to give the non-profit assisted living facility its blessing in an 18-9 vote.

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  18. Portraits of prideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | The Riverdale Press

    Gabriel Garcia Roman believes activists and community organizers who champion LGBTQ issues are saints, and makes that a reality in his 'Queer Icons' series. Lola Flash focuses on LGBTQ trailblazers who are paving the way for younger generations in her series 'Legends,' on display at X Gallery's 'Queer Eye' exhibit in Harlem.

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  19. We don't do enough listeningRead the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | The Riverdale Press

    I appreciate the chance to respond to Mr. Charles Moerdler's June 15 letter about my race to represent the 16th Congressional district. The letter was quite simply a personal attack on me.

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  20. Feds indict computer store owner for fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    The indictment alleges that from 2007 to late 2017, Mays engaged in a scheme to defraud "Computers for Learning," a program administered by the General Services Administration. The CFL program facilitated the transfer of computers and related equipment owned by the federal government but excess to its needs, directly to schools and some educational nonprofit organizations at no cost.

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