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  1. Generous grant will be a "huge benefit" to disabled sportRead the original story

    Thursday | Worcester News

    ... by Jonathan Barry 0316000650. A cheque for A 3,270 was presented to Disability Sport Worcester (DSW), after the charity applied for funding with the company's annual grant scheme. The cash is already being put to good use, with charity staff ...

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  2. 33-Year-Old Honored with the President's Lifetime Achievement AwardRead the original story

    Thursday | PRWeb

    President Barack Obama honors 33-Year-Old Steve Polgar from Bay Shore, NY with the President's Lifetime Achievement Award for volunteering over 4000 hours. Steve Polgar is the founder of Children's Learning Foundation.

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  3. Community News: South Cerney/Siddington/Down AmpneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    ... nature happening or the police non-emergency 101 if you have seen a vehicle in the area matching the description. CHARITY Cotswold Water Park ball on Friday, March 3 at the De Vere Cotswold. Drinks reception, a three-course meal with fine wines and ...

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  4. CHARITY: Herriot Hospice Homecare, which provides care for people in Hambleton and RichmondshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Darlington and Stockton Times

    PEOPLE have voted to help a hospice homecare charity secure A 3,000 to support people and their families living with a terminal illness. At the end of last year, a bid was made to the Aviva Community Fund on behalf of Herriot Hospice Homecare, which provides care to people in Hambleton and Richmondshire.

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  5. The Clintons at the InauguralRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Townhall

    ... under $8.3 million. Here's where the foundation's status and its practices muddy investigative efforts. One of the charity industry's principal watchdog groups is Charity Navigator ( www.charitynavigator.org ), and in respect to the Clintons, its ...

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  6. Campaign started to raise awareness of crime charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | This is Wiltshire

    Emily van der Lely, Matt McGinn Chairperson of the Wiltshire Crimestoppers Volunteer Committee, Angus MacPherson Police and Crime Commissioner, Mark Hallas Crimestoppers Chief Executive, Simon Cutler and Shaun Keir at the Criemstoppers launch Photo: Tom G A NEW campaign has been launched to raise awareness of the Wiltshire crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers, which is being backed by the Police and Crime Commissioner. The campaign to boost the awareness of Crimestoppers is seeing radio adverts, social media appeals, posters and leaflets being sent out to the public to encourage people to use the anonymous service to report crime.

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  7. $460 mn vaccine initiative to tackle virusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    As the world still reels from outbreaks of deadly Ebola and baby-deforming Zika, governments and charities on Thursday launched a $460-million initiative to "outsmart" infectious epidemics. The goal is to develop safe vaccines to contain outbreaks before they become global health emergencies, the creators of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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  8. Medway Justice for Homeless People call for Medway Council housing chief, Cllr Howard Doe, to resignRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Kent Online

    Campaigners for the homeless are calling on the Medway's housing chief to resign but the council leader says the councillor has his full confidence. Medway Justice for Homeless People want Cllr Howard Doe to step down from his cabinet role, which includes the council's policy on rough sleepers.

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  9. Jones Junction Celebrates 100 Years of BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Jones Junction is proud to announce that 2017 marks their 100th consecutive year as a family-run automotive business located in Harford County and serving Maryland, Pennsylvania & Delaware. The Jones family believes their success lies in focused dedication to hard work and integrity.

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  10. EverTrue Launches New Software Solution for Gift OfficersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Available for web and mobile, EverTrue for Gift Officers enables the road warriors of the advancement shop to work more efficiently in the office or on-the-road. I have worked in advancement for more than 20 years and EverTrue's gift officer solutions are the best I have seen to-date.

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  11. Brighter Futures: Swimmer Harry to make a splashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Swindon Advertiser

    A FUNDRAISING swimmer is set to make a big splash for Brighter Futures as he takes on a mammoth challenge at Nuffield Gym next Monday. Moredon man Harry Coates will take to the pool to swim 30km to raise funds for the radiotherapy appeal, and he's ready and raring to go.

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  12. Charity volunteer found hanged in kitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2013 | This Is Lancashire

    Deividas Jodeika, aged 21, was discovered in the kitchen at home in Colwith Avenue, Breightmet , on November 6 last year, with notes apologising to friends and family for taking his own life. Bolton Coroner's Court heard that Mr Jodeika moved to Breightmet at the age of 19 alone, to find work and gave his time to volunteering with various charities.

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  13. Landmark as FS&R open expanded baseRead the original story

    Thursday | Derry Today

    Foyle Search and Rescue have officially opened a new extension at their base in Prehen following a mammoth fundraising effort. The charity had in 2012 applied for funding for the project but was unsuccessful.

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  14. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Plymouth Evening Herald

    A fundraiser to pay for a second bone marrow transplant for a young boy has reached over A 14,000. Oliver Brown was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome when blood tests revealed he had a dangerously low blood count during the summer holidays.

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  15. Noto Insurance Advisors Announces Third Annual Camp HLC Charity Event ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Noto Insurance Advisors, a locally owned and operated insurance agency that provides insurance and financial planning assistance from offices headquartered in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, is initiating the third annual local charity drive to raise support for Camp HLC and benefit families with ALS This is the third year we've worked closely with Camp HLC to help provide for regional families struggling with ALS, and we hope everyone in our community will come out and show their support for this important cause For the third year running, Noto Insurance Advisors, a locally owned insurance agency which serves Lawrenceville, New Jersey and the surrounding area, is inaugurating a charity event to help raise funds for Camp HLC.

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  16. Every penny helps SuperJosh make a differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bury Times

    JANUARY is the time of year we all think about setting goal and making plans for the next 12 months. It's a great time to tell you about our goals, and let you know how you can help the SuperJosh team achieve them.

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  17. Brean Play raises 200 for childrens charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | This is The West Country

    FUNDRAISER: Brean Play raised A 200 for Children's Hospice South West. Pictured: Janey Hellman, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser at Childrens' Hospice South West, Jayke Scott, Brean Play Manager and Lilli Bigwood The play centre presented a cheque to Janey Hellmen, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser at Children's Hospice South West on January 17. Kieran Spottiswoode Director said: "Project Christmas Cheer was our chance to raise some money for this important charity but also to get those involved within the charity to come and have some fun time at Brean Play.

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  18. Community foundation discussed at Chamber luncheon -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Floyd County Times

    ... for Appalachian Kentucky. The Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky is a nationally-accredited, tax-exempt, public charity that allows people to establish permanent endowment funds and gift funds under the umbrella of one larger foundation. The ...

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  19. Farmor's School in Fairford praised for going extra mile to educate pupils about road safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Farmor's School, on Leafield Road, has become the first to get involved in all of the schemes and course available in the county. On Tuesday, the secondary school completed the set by hosting a 'Drive for Life' day-long workshop for its pupils.

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  20. Robyn is our model citizenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Illawarra Mercury

    Top Citizen: 2017 Wollongong Citizen of the Year Robyn te Velde with 2016 Illawarra's Top Model winner Olivia Strumfin . Pictures: Greg Ellis Ship shape: Some of the 500 volunteers at the Wollongong Ambassador Program volunteers at a briefing session at the Novotel Wollongong Northbeach.

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