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Cambridge-Hitachi Introduces Penpals at Home

 Since 2003, Cambridge-Hitachi has offered assistance to a variety of organizations seeking to make a difference in education. The firm draws heavily on research, industry collaboration, and comprehensive prototyping to develop unique, effective educational programs and materials. 169 more words

Cecilia Ibru

A Stepping Stone Foundation in Phoenix - Three Areas of Focus

 In June 2014, A Stepping Stone Foundation received a $360,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation. A prominent nonprofit literacy organization based in the Phoenix area, A Stepping Stone sets out to create opportunities for children and their families by providing literacy education. 128 more words

Bob Parsons

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Executive Director Michael Arnold to speak today at LAHSA Toastmasters at Noon

Executive Director Michael Arnold will speak to the newly created LAHSA Toastmasters Club today, 811 Wilshire Blvd., 6th Fl., Conf. Room 1 & 2. The meeting is open to the public. 105 more words

Homelessness

Share the joy of Christmas! Be a Secret Santa!

Secret Santa begins it’s 27th season on Wednesday, November 19th!

Secret Santa is a program founded by a group of local residents to ensure that children in the towns of Arundel, Kennebunk and Kennebunkport share the joy of Christmas.   86 more words

Community Outreach

The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars - 100 Years

Trained as a dental assistant, Brooke Kuecker holds South Dakota licensure. She is also pursuing a bachelor’s degree in health science. Active in community affairs since she was young, Brooke Kuecker belongs to the New Helgen Lutheran Church and holds lifetime membership in the Ladies’ Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. 220 more words

Brooke Kuecker

Samberg Scholars Selected by Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

Arthur Samberg, the former chairman and CEO of Pequot Capital Management, Inc., managed hedge funds on Wall Street for more than 20 years. Passionate about supporting the community philanthropically, Art Samberg and his wife Rebecca made a generous donation of $25 million to establish a scholars program at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. 113 more words

Art Samberg