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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 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

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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.

By Housing Assistance Council
The number of rural Americans living in poverty increased significantly last year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual report, Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2012

By American Association of Caregiving Youth
6 Things More Than a Million American School Kids Have in Common

By Beacon of Hope
Beacon of Hope’s mission is to encourage all Lynchburg City Public School students to pursue their dreams, and provide them with the tools and resources to attain a post-secondary education

By Strategic Book Group
The prolonged and dismal situation in the "Nigerian economy serves as the inspiration behind The Political Constraints on Nigerian Economic Development Since the Independence."

By IndieFlix, Inc.
Survey findings fuel joint effort to support pro-active action

By eBookOnFire.com
Company will maintain a list of free eBooks for them as well.

By MVP Administrators
"The People" have the power to create and distribute wealth to end poverty and stimulate full economic recovery!

By Together in Hope
Could you eat on $1 a day? Bellaire local, Diane McGehee, is taking the challenge!

By United Charitable Programs
Friends of the Valley, a charitable project sponsored by United Charitable Programs (UCP), aims to reduce poverty in Kenya through the building of dams, and other community projects.

By Capita Conferences
Learn about the importance of conducting a force-wide integrity ‘healthcheck’, ways to identify and manage potential integrity risks and how to achieve a culture change in your organisation.

By Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
Catholic Charities of West Tennessee (CCWTN) celebrates the 1st anniversary of the launch of its Mobile Food Pantry which launched in June 2012 with a single stop. Today, we visit five locations with a sixth location scheduled to begin in July.

By Washington Area Women's Foundation
Washington Area Women’s Foundation today released a case study that details effective approaches for helping low-income women overcome persistent barriers in workforce development programs and employment in nontraditional sectors: “Lessons Learned...

By Washington Area Women's Foundation
Rosie Allen-Herring of Fannie Mae Joins Board of Directors; New Officers Also Named

By NYS Assembly, NY Government, NYC
Assemblyman Espinal to Serve as Chair of Subcommittee on Insurer Investments and Market Practices in Underserved Areas Brooklyn, NY—Assemblyman Rafael L. Espinal, Jr.

By Cincinnati Works
Cincinnati Works is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from The Standard Charitable Foundation.

By Glass House Communications
Walk with us in solidarity on May 18th in our fight to end poverty in the City of Oakland and throughout Alameda County. FREE to the public! Enjoy live entertainment, free snacks, boating, and a children's activities!

By Educate Haiti Now
Atlanta, GA - May, 1st 2013 - Educate Haiti Now (EHN) is collaborating with The Haitian American Caucus (HAC-Haiti) on its third annual Teacher Summer Institute (TSI) in Croix des Bouquets, Haiti from July 15 - 26, 2013.

By v-Appointments
iPhone & iPad App is Integrated with Web, SMS, Phone and GPS So Setting and Making Appointments is Easy

By New Shelves Distribution
Ticket to Ride is the True Story of a Young Man’s Remarkable Courage and...

By Rally4Life
However, ambling alongside Agnes in the African bush of the Samburu I discover a different reality. Every day, by necessity, she walks about 10 kilometers to fetch filthy water for her family.

By Urunji Child-Care Trust
No, not really. Actually today we have 5983 reasons so we planted 5,983 trees at Mwatibu Primary School. As we take action against global warming, we are spending much time planting and caring for trees and the environment.

By Belcastro Agency
Women face very distinct obstacles when faced with poverty. Doreen McNicol offers a glimpse of those long ago problems in a Victorian workhouse while offering inspiration and life lessons for today.

By Business4Info.com
While the economy is slowly improving, Business4info shares the latest information for everyone to do their part by using simple suggestions to keep the economy growing.

By rally4life
Canadian Philanthropic Adventurer and advocate for the Rally4Life Foundation is heading out to Africa this week to attempt another world record by taking the biggest step of his life in an attempt to help impoverished communities in Tanzania.

By Konnect PR
Socially Responsible Art Company Launches Collaborative Artwork To Assist Americans In Need

By Write Around the World
Spurred by Dr. Michael Lewis's five-continent motorcycle trip, nonprofit Write Around the World built a much-needed school in rural Kenya, and is now working to find funds ($2190) to furnish and supply the new schoolhouse.



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