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The Community Foundation of the Great River Bend has been running a program called the Teens for Tomorrow wherein it requires a total of 35 students from Quad-City high school to determine which...more
The village of Lowelville moves forward with improvement projects for spring.
One of the funded projects by the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is the Liberty Street...more
Denver, Colorado's day center for the homeless has been approved with a $8.6 million in financial assistance by the Denver City Council.
The Council has signed agreements with the Denver Rescue...more
Nicole Darabian of Canadian social enterprise Decode Global hands her top tips for global social impact.
Her top tips include: Leverage technology; Engage youth in your approach; Focus on a...more
The Modern Gypsies, comprised of Eric Bach, Taylor Filasky and John Post, ride to a "compassionate adventure" on challenging roads on motorbikes to help people in rural Kenya.
According to a study from the RAND Corporation, reducing supermarket prices of healthy foods increases the amount of fruits, vegetables and whole grains that people consume.
According to a 2011 Homelessness Resource Center study, 23.5 percent of homeless are teens and young adults.
These teens and young adults are largely invisible, buried beneath the visible homeless...more
A new research focuses on the issue of sexual expression amongst people with dementia. The study is led by Griffith University researcher Dr. Cindy Jones.
The Department of Health and Aging and...more
The Bradenton Central Community Redevelopment Agency (CCRA) seeks partnership with local pastors to help them plan economic and social development.
The plan is hoped to boost the community, and...more
An Urban Institute report, New Perspectives on Homeownership Tax Incentives, documents three tax reforms that address to promote homeownership through a channel other than the deductibility of...more