Youth Outreach Program Receives $10,000 from United Way


Rare Breed, an organization helping local youth, partnered with and received $10,000 from the United Way of the Ozarks. The funding’s goal is to re-connect youths in the community around Missouri.

Rare Breed asserts that the funds will be beneficial in lifting self-esteem and capacity of the youth as they grow older. The organization targets homeless youths 13 to 20 years old.


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Social Enterprise Supplies “Mother’s Best Friend” to Provide Communities with Homegrown Solutions

Oakland-based social enterprise Kuli Kuli has produced a snack bar with moringa. Moringa is known as one of those superfoods, even tagged as a “horseradish tree” for its root flavor and “mother’s best friend” for its nutritional value.




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