Non-Profit Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Prospects for air traffic control privatization appear slimRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WRAL.com

    ... off air traffic control from the Federal Aviation Administration and place it under the authority of a private, non-profit corporation run by aviation interests, including airlines. But the bill still hasn't come to the House floor. Trump's special ...

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  2. Disaster unemployment assistance availableRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Brunswick News

    Workers in five Coastal Georgia counties may be eligible for disaster unemployment assistance for wages lost during Hurricane Irma, the state Department of Labor announced Tuesday . Employees in Camden, Chatham, Glynn, Liberty and McIntosh counties may qualify for up to $330 in benefits if they lost income between Sept.

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  3. Trafficking Hidden in Plain Sight: New PSA Shows What We Fail to SeeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | SBWire

    USA is the leading anti-child trafficking organization in the United States seeking to end the commercial, sexual exploitation of children through awareness, advocacy, policy, and legislation. The organization raises awareness of the exploitation of children with the vision of creating a world where no child is bought, sold, or used for sex.

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  4. The Partnership for Ontario County aims at preventionRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | MIPrepZone

    Close-up of a devastated young man holding his head in his hands and a group of friends in a supportive pose around him Close-up of a devastated young man holding his head in his hands and a group of friends in a supportive pose around him According to Ontario County Public Health, the county lost 137 people to suicide between 2006 and 2016. The despair runs deep.

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  5. Centro de Informacion moving out of downtown ElginRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    The nonprofit Centro de Informacion is moving out of downtown Elgin after 45 years because the building will be sold. Centro is on the second floor of 28 N. Grove Ave. owned by PNC Bank, which closed its branch on the first floor in July and plans to put the building on the market in the near future, a bank spokeswoman said.

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  6. Gla Communications Hires Washington, DC PR VeteranRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Business Wire

    With more than 25 years of experience, Addis has a successful track record of achieving measurable results for national and international corporations, associations and nonprofit organizations as well as expanding agency visibility and operations. "The decision to have an official presence in the Washington, DC area makes sense," said Pam Golden , president, GLA Communications.

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  7. Luther Strange finance chair tied to nonprofit in Alabama bribery caseRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    Sen. Luther Strange appointed Thompson Tractor CEO Mike Thompson to lead campaign fundraising efforts in June. Tax records show that Thompson was listed as the secretary of a nonprofit prosecutors say was used to bribe former Alabama Rep. Oliver Robinson.

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  8. Drexel gets $3 million from Lenfests for co-op salaries3 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Philly.com

    Susan Snyder has covered education for the Inquirer since 1998. She currently covers higher education.

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  9. Edmonton Valley Zoo needs help naming baby red panda twinsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    ... Pepper and Paprika. In order to vote, the zoo is asking people to make a donation to the Red Panda Network , a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the panda's habitat. Donations can be dropped off at voting stations at the Edmonton Valley ...

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  10. Movers and Shakers for Sept. 24Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    The Rural Alaska Community Action Program Inc. announced three new additions to its leadership team. Cynthia Tisher has been hired as the new CFO, replacing long-term CFO Diane Mathisen, who retires this fall.

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  11. onea na ten to Open New Space at Parsons CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Downtown Phoenix Journal

    The LGBTQ nonprofit youth organization onea na ten has announced a $275,000 gift from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to complete build out on a new youth center. The Youth Center will serve as a hub of activities and support efforts to help youth ages 14-24 deal with challenges they may face from their families, their communities, their own self-discovery and other societal difficulties.

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  12. Atlantic Theater Slates 2017-18 Amplified Reading Series, Launch Writers & Tow ResidentRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Atlantic Theater Company has announced its 2017-2018 Amplified Reading Series selections, presenting six bold new plays throughout Atlantic's season with an expanded rehearsal process for more meaningful engagement with the material and the playwright. Writers in the new season's reading series include Ghazi Albuliwi, Eliza Bent, Geraldine Inoa, Mary Kathryn Nagle, Nina Segal, and Brian Watkins.

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  13. Rhode Island will pay for Dreamers to renew their DACA statusRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    The state will cover the $495 application fee for all DACA recipients who are eligible to reapply to the program before it ends, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday. "We're not going to allow $495 to stand in the way of our neighbors' dreams," Raimondo, a Democrat, said in a statement.

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  14. Former MIT President, Electrical Engineering Professor Emeritus Paul E. Gray, ex-W2UWN, SKRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | QST

    Former Massachusetts Institute of Technology President President Paul E. Gray, ex-W2UWN and K1ZVT, of Concord, Massachusetts, died on September 18. He was 85. Gray had a nearly life-long association with MIT, including turns as student, professor, dean of engineering, associate provost, chancellor, president, and MIT Corporation chair. He served as MIT's 14th president for the decade 1980 until 1990, and chaired the MIT Corporation for another 7 years before returning to teaching and advising.

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  15. Killer Robot Fears Are 'Unwarranted And Irresponsible,' Says Google ExecRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Daily Caller

    John Giannandrea was likely referencing statements made by Tesla CEO Elon Musk and perhaps famous astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. Musk, who heads a nonprofit research firm called OpenAI, has been lobbying government bureaucrats to craft regulations against AI before robots hypothetically begin killing people in the streets.

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  16. Community discusses domestic violence with assemblymenRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Batavian

    Victims of domestic violence, community-based domestic violence experts, representatives from nonprofit organizations, and members of the community gathered Tuesday night at the YWCA to raise questions and address concerns. The regional event was hosted by Assemblyman Steve Hawley and included member of the New York State Assembly Minority Steering Committee.

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  17. Crane Latin Ensemble performing Saturday in PotsdamRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | North Country Now

    The Crane Latin Ensemble will be the next featured performer of the 2nd Annual Ives Park Concert Series on Saturday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. The Latin Ensemble is a student group at SUNY Potsdam dedicated to bringing salsa to the North Country through a partnership with the Mambo Legends Orchestra.

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  18. Norwich health center awarded grants to combat opioid crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Day

    Norwich - United Community & Family Services last week was named one of 16 centers statewide and more than 1,100 nationwide to receive federal funding made available as the country's opioid crisis worsens. In total, the Health Resources and Services Administration, a branch of the Department of Health and Human Services, handed out more than $200 million .

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  19. Box of Joy expands to bring Christmas joy to impoverished kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Religion News Service

    Cross Catholic Outreach's Box of Joy ministry is gearing up to put Christmas smiles on the faces of more than 60,000 children, all of whom live in dire poverty in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala and Nicaragua. The Box of Joy ministry is in its fourth year, tripling and surpassing their goals every year and giving families, churches and individuals the opportunity to help children experience the joy of Christmas in places where gifts are rare or nonexistent due to poverty.

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  20. Barack Obama Just Blasted Republican Efforts to Repeal the Affordable Care ActRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Mother Jones

    Obama: "Frustrating to have to mobilize every couple months to keep our leaders from inflicting real human suffering on our constituents." pic.twitter.com/3J681Xsrel Former President Barack Obama attacked congressional Republicans on Wednesday afternoon for their renewed efforts to repeal his signature law, the Affordable Care Act, better know as Obamacare.

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