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By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
TAMPA, FL  – Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to South Tampa residents Saturday, June 14.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay’s Laundry Project was created to assist families by not only covering the expenses incurred at laundry facilities, but also by providing the items necessary to wash their clothes.

By Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.
Revitalization of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood is a key initiative for Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and several local organizations are working in conjunction with the city to improve the overall living conditions.

By United Way of San Diego
Annual Campaign Provides Low-Income Children with Bilingual Summer Reading

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to Austin, TX residents Saturday, May 3. The project provides complimentary laundry services to low-income families and offers the necessary items needed to wash their clothes.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is returning to Las Vegas this Saturday, April 26, to host their tenth community Laundry Project over the past five years.

By Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.
As part of the Laundry Project, Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.  is spending Saturday, Mar. 29, helping wash the clothes of Jacksonville residents at no charge. The event is from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Sue’s Coin Laundry in Jacksonville, Florida.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to Ft. Lauderdale residents Saturday, March 15.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay and volunteers from Reality Church of Tampa are spending this Saturday, Feb. 22, washing the clothes of  Clearwater families in need.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
For the first time since the project was created, Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. a nonprofit organization, is hosting its Laundry Project in the Bradenton/Palmetto area.

By TrueNorth Community Services
Serving 61 Michigan Counties, with a Focus on Rural Communities

By Health Insurance Companies Info
Healthinsurancecompaniesinfo working as health insurance advisor in buying health insurance plans.

By archiespromise
Archie’s Promise is a charitable organization created to provide new & gently used free prom dresses to high school girls who cannot afford to go to prom.

By Take Stock in Children of Palm Beach County
Strides for Education 5K Walk/Run will be held on Sat., Dec. 8. Proceeds from event will benefit Take Stock in Children Palm Beach and be used to purchase college tuition scholarships for low income, at-risk youth in Palm Beach County.

By AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh)
AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh), a nonprofit organization, is accepting proposals to enter into a re-grant agreement to implement their comprehensive nine month Parent-Child Education Program (PCEP).

By Debthelper.com
Debthelper.com provides compassionate, professional debt management counseling and education in an ethical manner with efficient, timely and problem-solving client support.

By Anne Monaghan / Monaghan Communications
Designed by KTGY Group, The Michaels Development Company and LINC Housing Corporation celebrated the grand opening of a new $40-million urban-infill community in Los Angeles.

By Affordable Health Clinics, pc
Quality, low cost healthcare comes to Tigard. Full service medical clinic provides low cost 20 minute visits and highly discounted lab and xray studies.

By Korach Marketing
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) across the U.S. will help renovate and refurbish private homes, homeless shelters and other facilities alongside CBRE Cares Shelter Program charitable partners Rebuilding Together and HomeAid and Habitat for Humanity.

By Anesnah Design & Marketing
Hampton Roads Ventures today announces that Robert K. Jenkins, Jr., will transition from his current position as CEO to a new role as strategic consultant and adviser to the new CEO, John Kownack.

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By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
TAMPA, FL  – Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to South Tampa residents Saturday, June 14.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay’s Laundry Project was created to assist families by not only covering the expenses incurred at laundry facilities, but also by providing the items necessary to wash their clothes.

By Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.
Revitalization of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood is a key initiative for Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and several local organizations are working in conjunction with the city to improve the overall living conditions.

By United Way of San Diego
Annual Campaign Provides Low-Income Children with Bilingual Summer Reading

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to Austin, TX residents Saturday, May 3. The project provides complimentary laundry services to low-income families and offers the necessary items needed to wash their clothes.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is returning to Las Vegas this Saturday, April 26, to host their tenth community Laundry Project over the past five years.

By Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.
As part of the Laundry Project, Current of Tampa Bay, Inc.  is spending Saturday, Mar. 29, helping wash the clothes of Jacksonville residents at no charge. The event is from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Sue’s Coin Laundry in Jacksonville, Florida.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. is introducing its Laundry Project to Ft. Lauderdale residents Saturday, March 15.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
Current of Tampa Bay and volunteers from Reality Church of Tampa are spending this Saturday, Feb. 22, washing the clothes of  Clearwater families in need.

By Current of Tampa Bay Inc.
For the first time since the project was created, Current of Tampa Bay, Inc. a nonprofit organization, is hosting its Laundry Project in the Bradenton/Palmetto area.

By TrueNorth Community Services
Serving 61 Michigan Counties, with a Focus on Rural Communities

By Health Insurance Companies Info
Healthinsurancecompaniesinfo working as health insurance advisor in buying health insurance plans.

By Consortium-Media
CalFresh recipients may receive 20 percent discount on monthly natural gas bills

By Community HousingWorks
Carmen Joins Fifteen-Member Steering Committee Focused on Helping Low- and Middle-Income Families Achieve Upward Financial...

By Yourtel and Terracom Wireless
In 1985, a federal program to provide discounted free phone services to qualified low-income Americans was formed.

By archiespromise
Archie’s Promise is a charitable organization created to provide new & gently used free prom dresses to high school girls who cannot afford to go to prom.

By College For Every Student (CFES)
80 NYC students, school and college representatives who are part of College For Every Student gathered at the French Embassy on Manhattan’s Upper East Side to share ideas and map out strategies to put underserved youth on a path to college.

By Take Stock in Children of Palm Beach County
Strides for Education 5K Walk/Run will be held on Sat., Dec. 8. Proceeds from event will benefit Take Stock in Children Palm Beach and be used to purchase college tuition scholarships for low income, at-risk youth in Palm Beach County.

By Bridgeway Federal Credit Union
Bridgeway Federal Credit Union was awarded $99,999 through the U.S. Department of Treasury Department's Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund as part of the $17 million awarded to 24 credit unions.

By Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior
The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB) announced the 2012 Best Article and Best Great Educational Material (GEM) awards the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) annual conference in Washington DC, July 14-17.

By DitraCreative Media
Triad Baby Shower Will Provide Baby Items and Resources to Low-Income, Single & Homeless Pregnant Women across the Triad

By DitraCreative Media
Triad Baby Shower Will Provide Baby Items and Resources to Low-Income, Single & Homeless Pregnant Women across the Triad

By The Bra Recycler
The Bra Recyclers are providing bras to the Healthy Breast Program at UC Davis to be provided to homeless women at Homeless Connect 2012. The event will take place June 2, and it is estimated 700 homeless will be served at the event

By A Grateful Mind Int'l.
"Together for Tomorrow" is a White House initiative aimed at changing the relationship between schools & community partners. In turn, everyone will feel a shared responsibility to improve low-performing schools & aide in the student's success.

By AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh)
AVANCE (ah-vahn-ceh), a nonprofit organization, is accepting proposals to enter into a re-grant agreement to implement their comprehensive nine month Parent-Child Education Program (PCEP).

By Circle Ten Council Boy Scouts
Von Miller, National Football League's 2011 Defensive Rookie of the Year will be the featured speaker at the Circle Ten Council Boy Scouts luncheon May 11, 2012 in Dallas. The Whitney M. Young jr. Service Awards will be announced at the event.

By Debthelper.com
Debthelper.com provides compassionate, professional debt management counseling and education in an ethical manner with efficient, timely and problem-solving client support.

By Beth Ulrich
A Recent Radio Show Shared the Story of a Homeowner in Need and an Organization that Provides Home Improvement Help

By Anne Monaghan / Monaghan Communications
Designed by KTGY Group, The Michaels Development Company and LINC Housing Corporation celebrated the grand opening of a new $40-million urban-infill community in Los Angeles.

By A Conscious Life Hypnotherapy
Campaign provides therapeutic support to veterans, low income individuals free of charge. Therapy Mosh Pit, launched through a crowd funding site that is portal for many to give little for big impact.

By LINFIELD COLLEGE
Millions of potential college students aren’t sure how to navigate the system of higher education, but it’s possible for anyone to go to college, says Michael Reyes of Linfield College.

By Linfield College Newsroom
In just eight short years, minority students are projected to outnumber whites on college campuses for the first time. Many will be the first in their families to attend college.

By Old Dominion University CDC
The VHDA announced that $2.5 million in funds will be allocated to the Old Dominion University Community Development Corporation (ODU CDC) for first-time low-income homebuyers through the Community Homeownership Revitalization program.

By Affordable Health Clinics, pc
Quality, low cost healthcare comes to Tigard. Full service medical clinic provides low cost 20 minute visits and highly discounted lab and xray studies.

By Washington Area Women's Foundation
Washington Area Women’s Foundation announces the appointment of four new members to its board of directors: Audrey Bracey Deegan, Alex Orfinger, Julie Rogers and Sonal Shah.

By Michael Ted Ward
REMOVING MOUNTAINS MINISTRIES, INC. PUBLISHES COOKBOOK FOR FOOD PANTRIES PROGRAM Chapel Hill, NC – Removing Mountains Ministries, Inc. has published a cookbook full of tried and true recipes from kitchens across North Carolina.

By Victoria Sanchez De Alba
Moms Against Poverty Annual Fundraiser to Fight Poverty in the Bay Area raises funds for children locally and around the world. The event will take place at the Metreon, 4th floor,101 4th Street, San Francisco on Sept. 17, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.

By Korach Marketing
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) across the U.S. will help renovate and refurbish private homes, homeless shelters and other facilities alongside CBRE Cares Shelter Program charitable partners Rebuilding Together and HomeAid and Habitat for Humanity.

By Furia Rubel Communications
New Address for Philadelphia VIP with move to 1500 Walnut

By Anesnah Design & Marketing
Hampton Roads Ventures today announces that Robert K. Jenkins, Jr., will transition from his current position as CEO to a new role as strategic consultant and adviser to the new CEO, John Kownack.

By Daymark PR
Survey shows vast majority of Australians class themselves as low or middle income

By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
A free guide that provides important information to help senior housing industry professionals understand the retirement goals of senior citizens and to forecast a solid plan for future company growth.

By Anesnah Design & Marketing
Hampton Roads Ventures, Dudley Ventures Break Ground on Jazz @ Walter Circle Project Makes History as First in the Country to Combine New Markets Tax Credits & Public Housing Funds Facility to Provide 70+ Residences & Activities Center for Seniors

By BC2P
On Thursday, March 31, Feed The Children and Tri-Coastal Community Outreach, Inc. of Grand Bay will distribute one semi-tractor-trailer of food and essentials to families in need.

By Grapevine Communications
We Care Manatee hosted a wildly successful Casino Night on February 5, 2011, to further its mission of providing low-income residents of Manatee County with free medical care.

By Jonathan Joel
Regulatory and Compliance Officials from Knight Investments LLC met to discuss contributions towards funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) within the United States

By Connecticut Association for Human Services
In time of uncertain funding CAHS recently announced the generous support of four foundations to ensure important finanical programs remain available to low- to moderate income residents throughout Connecticut.

By Brianna Hernandez
The Give Kids A Smile event is an American Dental Association (ADA) national initiative to help low-income kids receive free dental and preventive care. Families need to register with their child's school nurse to participate.

By Brianna Hernandez
The Give Kids A Smile event is an American Dental Association (ADA) national initiative to help low-income kids receive free dental and preventive care. Families need to register with their child's school nurse to participate.

By Shonda Hutton, Time for Change Foundation
Time for Change foundation plays Santa Claus this Christmas



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