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National Recovery Month is now on its 24th year. It's a month celebrating the contributions of treatment and service providers as well as advocating possible recoveries.
Missouri credit unions will be receiving $4.79 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Treasury's Community Development Financial Institutions Fund.
The 10 awarded credit unions...more
According to charity lawyer Stephen Lloyd, charitable organizations should welcome the growth of social enterprises since its boom in the social enterprise market is the way to counter the seizure of...more
The West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) bids for a special business network to support the thriving local social enterprise sector.
LEP's objective is to establish new...more
A new study shows that chronic childhood asthma is the likely result of being exposed to too much traffic air pollution on busy highways. Traffic pollution was viewed to only trigger asthma...more
100 students decided to spend MLK Day volunteering at the Chattanooga Zoo. The students were inspired by MLK to do good and give back to the community.
Zoo Director, Darde Long said,"Wow it means...more
One of the major issues to be addressed by South Dakota lawmakers this year is to be able to come up with an economic development plan.
House Minority Leader Bernie Hunhoff says legislators are...more
Adam Braun, founder of PencilsOfPromise.org, releases his book aptly titled, "Pencils of Promise".
The Promise of a Pencil documents Braun's journey with each chapter. The book explains...more
In October, the National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) released an annual census that found that since 2007, the beginning of the global economic recession, the number of homeless youth...more