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By College of Mental Health Counseling
Go to www.homelesspartners.com, read stories of homeless people, pledge a gift, take it to the shelter or order through an online store using the ID number with the shelter address.

By Usurp Art Gallery
'The Bear Cupboard' at Usurp Art 19 - 26 Dec 2014 6-9pm every night inc. xmas day Usurp Art Gallery presents 'The Bear Cupboard', our alternative Christmas window display.

By Cheeky Monkey Ltd. (Belize)
Cheeky Monkey Ltd (Belize) is sponsoring and seeking support for its "Bringing a Birthday Party and Smile to Every Child" initiative. It is a program to give a day of hope to disadvantaged children in Belize through a celebration of their lives

By United Way of the Bay Area
LIVE UNITED Holiday Campaign Kicks Off in Time for Thanksgiving and Giving Tuesday.

By Zam Zam Water
Nov. 14, 2014- Zam Zam Water announces its formation as a federal 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in partnership with SocialGood Fund.

By American Conference on Diversity
The American Conference on Diversity is excited to announce the 14th Annual Statewide “Diversity Issues in Higher Education” conference on November 14 at Kean University.

By Passion River Films
Already receiving high praise as a New York Times Critics’ Pick, the new documentary “Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen” has been heavily supported by various actors, writers, politicians, and more.

By Initiative for Global Development
Top business leaders in Africa to steer strategic direction of nonprofit organization dedicated to driving poverty reduction by catalyzing business growth and investment in Africa

By MoveYourMountain.org
Reno, NV:  With nothing more than string and beads, the women of Guatemala are able to empower themselves and their families with the help of training provided by Mayan Treasure.

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Honoring Congressman Alan Lowenthal and Congresswoman Janice Hahn and presenting a Lifetime Achievement Award to Executive Director, Tammie Kyle, for her over 50 years of work in the child development field.

By Dr. Ginsberg
18,000 children will die today of starvation and 15 million children will die this year due to hunger. That’s a fact.

By Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.-International
We need our community of faith to help each other eat we are family.

By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Film Documentary director, John L. Brown, whose shattering project, "Mentally Blind: Open Your Eyes" is an American Documentary Film Festival entrant gains groundswell support for his premier project exposing Poverty in America, post-recession.

By Emerald Group Publishing
New research reveals how tourism needs to directly benefit local communities if it is to alleviate poverty amongst the impoverished in Latin America

By The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts
The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts proudly announces that Delaware County businesses are coming together to support Chester Charter School for the Arts’ effort to provide Chester children with arts and literacy programs.

By Initiative for Global Development
IGD’s Frontier 100 Forum brings together leading CEOs and executives in Abuja

By Sahasra Deepika Foundation for Education
T.V. and Vijaya Ramakrishna to receive "Tampa Bay Unsung Hero" Award

By Initiative for Global Development
Leader in African public-private business investment to spearhead global network of corporate leaders working to reduce poverty through investment in Africa.

By Glass House Communications
Over 50 years ago, in 1964, President Lyndon B Johnson declared a “War on Poverty” and today that war still wages on. In Alameda County, 173,156 (12%) of our residents live in poverty and unfortunately 1 out of every 7 (14%) are children.

By Operation Food Search
Operation Food Search hosting April 28th film screening of “What Matters?” at Schlafly Bottleworks

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By College of Mental Health Counseling
Go to www.homelesspartners.com, read stories of homeless people, pledge a gift, take it to the shelter or order through an online store using the ID number with the shelter address.

By Usurp Art Gallery
'The Bear Cupboard' at Usurp Art 19 - 26 Dec 2014 6-9pm every night inc. xmas day Usurp Art Gallery presents 'The Bear Cupboard', our alternative Christmas window display.

By Cheeky Monkey Ltd. (Belize)
Cheeky Monkey Ltd (Belize) is sponsoring and seeking support for its "Bringing a Birthday Party and Smile to Every Child" initiative. It is a program to give a day of hope to disadvantaged children in Belize through a celebration of their lives

By United Way of the Bay Area
LIVE UNITED Holiday Campaign Kicks Off in Time for Thanksgiving and Giving Tuesday.

By S'Tiare PR Consulting
Dr. Ben Carson will give keynote address during benefit dinner, "Gifted Hands: An Evening with Dr. Ben Carson

By Zam Zam Water
Nov. 14, 2014- Zam Zam Water announces its formation as a federal 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in partnership with SocialGood Fund.

By United Way of the Bay Area
Chief Executive Celebrated for Leading the Fight Against Bay Area Poverty.

By Urban Stone
Visionary leader and construction giant, Cheryl McKissack Daniel, CEO of McKissack & McKissack has joined the Advisory Board of Urban Stone/Social Market Maker.

By United Way of the Bay Area
Some Families Need Four Minimum Wage Workers to Make Ends Meet.

By Author Marketing Ideas (AMI)
Does Modern Society Still Value Ethical Decisions? Contemporary Novel Places Wife in Difficult Situation

By American Conference on Diversity
The American Conference on Diversity is excited to announce the 14th Annual Statewide “Diversity Issues in Higher Education” conference on November 14 at Kean University.

By Passion River Films
Already receiving high praise as a New York Times Critics’ Pick, the new documentary “Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen” has been heavily supported by various actors, writers, politicians, and more.

By Initiative for Global Development
Top business leaders in Africa to steer strategic direction of nonprofit organization dedicated to driving poverty reduction by catalyzing business growth and investment in Africa

By MoveYourMountain.org
Reno, NV:  With nothing more than string and beads, the women of Guatemala are able to empower themselves and their families with the help of training provided by Mayan Treasure.

By Compatible Technology International
250,000 people in Nicaragua Gain Safe Water  with PVC Pipes, Chlorine, and help from a Minnesota nonprofit September 4, 2014 – St.

By Comprehensive Child Development, Inc.
Honoring Congressman Alan Lowenthal and Congresswoman Janice Hahn and presenting a Lifetime Achievement Award to Executive Director, Tammie Kyle, for her over 50 years of work in the child development field.

By Dr. Ginsberg
18,000 children will die today of starvation and 15 million children will die this year due to hunger. That’s a fact.

By Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.-International
We need our community of faith to help each other eat we are family.

By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Film Documentary director, John L. Brown, whose shattering project, "Mentally Blind: Open Your Eyes" is an American Documentary Film Festival entrant gains groundswell support for his premier project exposing Poverty in America, post-recession.

By Emerald Group Publishing
New research reveals how tourism needs to directly benefit local communities if it is to alleviate poverty amongst the impoverished in Latin America

By Tembo Trading Education Project
Bombings and travel warnings will not stop Jeana King and Dr. Debra Akre from their goal of educating a nation out of poverty.

By The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts
The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts proudly announces that Delaware County businesses are coming together to support Chester Charter School for the Arts’ effort to provide Chester children with arts and literacy programs.

By Initiative for Global Development
IGD begins nomination process to support next generation of Africa business leaders at the 10th Frontier 100 Forum

By Initiative for Global Development
IGD’s Frontier 100 Forum brings together leading CEOs and executives in Abuja

By Sahasra Deepika Foundation for Education
T.V. and Vijaya Ramakrishna to receive "Tampa Bay Unsung Hero" Award

By Initiative for Global Development
Leader in African public-private business investment to spearhead global network of corporate leaders working to reduce poverty through investment in Africa.

By Glass House Communications
Over 50 years ago, in 1964, President Lyndon B Johnson declared a “War on Poverty” and today that war still wages on. In Alameda County, 173,156 (12%) of our residents live in poverty and unfortunately 1 out of every 7 (14%) are children.

By Operation Food Search
Operation Food Search hosting April 28th film screening of “What Matters?” at Schlafly Bottleworks

By Speak Up Productions
Find out “What Matters?” to you April 23 at Moraine Valley Community College when the award-winning documentary on poverty brings its call to action to Chicago area.

By The Chester Fund
For the next 6 weeks, St. Anthony Hall, an undergraduate fraternity at PENN, is collecting book donations for Chester Charter School for the Arts.

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

By In Kind Direct
The economy in 2014 may be recovering, but struggling families are increasingly relying on charity handouts for everyday essentials.

By The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Over 100 concerned stakeholders attended the symposium “New Directions for Whole-Person Development of Young People: Inter-sector Collaboration to Resolving Intergenerational Poverty” held at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) on 1...

By Speak Up Productions
Find out “What Matters?” to you March 13 at Aksarben Cinema in Omaha, Nebraska.

By Speak Up Productions
Find out "What Matters?" to you at theaters across the country this spring.

By Florida Veterans For Common Sense
U.S. Army Veterans are honored by charity organization Habitat for Humanity and non profit organization Florida Veterans for Common Sense. A crew of FLVCS volunteers up at the crack of dawn band together to help, reminiscent of past days in service.

By Children of the Caribbean Foundation
As the momentum picks up for another fun-filled race, Children of the Caribbean Foundation is excited to announce the host of this year’s 5k – Susie Castillo! Susie, our Caribbean gem from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, became the third...

By Speak Up Productions
Award winning documentary on poverty comes home to educate and call viewers to action.

By Filthy Stinking Poor
Twenty Millennials to advance projects for social good on 10-day transcontinental train journey

By Lepra
World Leprosy Day 26 January Lepra, a UK-based international charity, has gained the support of Sir Bob Russell MP in calling for the government to acknowledge World Leprosy Day on Sunday 26 January 2014 and to note that discrimination related to leprosy.

By Strategic Book Group
Author Dudu Sokhela’s New Book on South African Economics Examines State of the Country

By HUMANITY
No one person should have to work a FULL-TIME job and live in poverty. Yet this is 90+% of us in the USA, much more worldwide.

By World Market Vendor Services Inc.
Everyone wants the poor and less fortunate to have a better life. Everyone wants them to succeed and to rise out of poverty. That is everyone’s goal! But it is not easy to achieve.

By ToonUps
Daniel Karslake discusses his new film, Every Three Seconds.

By Red Wind Councils
Red Wind Councils' advisor, Ohki S. Forest, shares Christmas requests from Maya children in Chiapas, Mexico

By World Market Vendor Services Inc.
Since the 1980s many have claimed that the Internet with online shopping malls (eCommerce) would power major economic growth in the developing countries.  More than 30 years have passed.

By Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author/Illustrator
PURE TRASH, a new short story by author Bette A. Stevens, offers readers and book clubs insight into poverty and prejudice in rural New England in the 1950s

By Washington Area Women's Foundation
Awards Honor Trailblazers Who Transform the Lives of Women & Girls in Washington Region

By Christian Foundation for Children and Aging
The sponsorship program Bob Hentzen co-founded grew into the largest nonprofit in Kansas, delivering more than $1 billion in direct aid over the years to families living in poverty in 21 developing countries.

By gal-friday publicity
Lifestyle expert draws attention to oft-overlooked element of the child hunger puzzle.



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