The sixth annual Coweta County Suicide Awareness and Prevention Walk will once again raise funds for community programs that aid in the awareness and prevention of suicide in addition to providing support and resources for those who have lost a loved one.
The long and short: How groups plan to help Carr Fire victims
Money raised for Carr Fire victims is in the millions, but it may be years before it's all distributed.
How one advocacy group plans to battle weight bias in media
The Obesity Action Coalition, which provides advocacy and support for those deemed obese, has started a collection of stock images of obese people exercising, eating normal food and leading normal lives – as opposed to deranged over-eaters, lazy couch potatoes or lumpy, headless bodies. The collection is meant to be used by the news media.
How Erie downtown group plans to boost buying power of $27 million
The Erie Equity Fund, the investment arm of the EDDC, has what seems like a healthy bank account as it begins the task of revitalizing the city from
Neo-Nazis arrested in Grindr attack before group's planned protest of Knox PrideFest
The white nationalists are accused of luring a man to an Arkansas home through the dating app, then beating him when he arrived.
Here’s how one real estate group plans to use crowdsourcing to remodel a Shandon home
Columbia real estate company The Moore Co., wants the public to design their next flip house online and through social media. All of the net proceeds from the sale of the Shandon home will go to a charity of the public’s choosing.
Simonson benefit planned Jan. 13 at Eagles
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji Lions Club will host a benefit and silent auction for Paul Simonson on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2 to 5 p.m, at the Bemidji Eagles Club, 1270 Neilson Ave. SE.The menu will consist of pancakes, sausage, coffee and juice. Cost is a free-will donation. Simonson has suffered vision loss, leading...
Holden Forests & Gardens plans July 13 benefit
Holden Forests & Gardens will hold its annual benefit "Woodland Twilight" on July 13 at the Holden Arboretum in Kirtland.
Students learn life skills, career paths through involvement with Vassar Haiti Project
The 18th annual Vassar Haiti Project art sale and auction is set for this weekend at the Town of Poughkeepsie campus.
DIY Concert After Womxn's March Benefits Planned Parenthood
Womxn's March Mosh 3 will showcase the fringes of the fringe of Denver's experimental music scene.
The Moody Foundation accelerates $10 million payment for the benefit of small arts groups in Dallas
With the new sign being illuminated that officially changes the name of Dallas City Performance Hall to Moody Performance Hall, Mayor Mike Rawlings...
Job Relocation Tips And The Benefits Of Group Planning
Corporate relocation is a challenge. Read our job relocation tips and the benefits of group planning here.
Days before final vote, group sues Minneapolis over 2040 plan
The suit claims the city's long-range plan will "adversely impact the environment."
Saving the Finger Lakes: Group proposes a $100 million plan
GENEVA — The Finger Lakes region is special — 11 sparkling lakes surrounded by majestic waterfalls, rugged gorges, rolling forests and scenic farmlands.
Lakes at Legacy development in Baton Rouge to go before planning group
After months of delays, a controversial plan to rezone part of the former Sherwood Forest Country Club to build a 276-lot subdivision on the site will go before the East
How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars for Haiti and Built Six Homes — ProPublica
Even as the group has publicly celebrated its work, insider accounts detail a string of failures
Volunteers essential to Haiti mission
In 1993, Tennessean Jack Davidson had a chance encounter with a priest from Haiti at his church in Signal Mountain, Tenn. The priest invited him, he thought, on a trip to visit Tahiti to which Davidson responded, "Well sure." Turns out the one week visit turned into a five-year mission to...
Minnesota Court of Appeals rules against group's bid to halt Bloomington's garbage plan
Court of Appeals ruled proposed city charter was unconstitutional and an improper referendum.
Green energy group announces plan to move Illinois toward 100 percent renewable energy
SPRINGFIELD — Rep. Will Davis, a Hazel Crest Democrat, plans to introduce legislation in the next two weeks that would move Illinois toward 100 percent renewable energy.
Offshore drilling benefits should not be ignored
Offshore drilling is on the docket again as the Trump administration prepares to release a new draft of its five-year offshore leasing plan. In New England, all 10 U.S. senators of coastal states r…