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United Against Poverty provides lifeline to working poor

The words the “working poor” or even just “poor” conjure images of laziness, not working hard enough, or even scam artists to a majority of people. 889 more words


That weird moment when you become an adult...

Hello, hi. I somehow managed to get myself a full time job. I don’t know how it happened, but I did it! I am super proud because I also somehow managed to get my dream job which is working for a non-profit. 235 more words


October food truck to be held at First Community AME

GRAND RAPIDS October 10, 2016– Any residents needing food assistance this month can stop by First Community AME, 500 James St SE in Grand Rapids on Thursday, October 20, to pick up several pounds of fresh produce and baked goods. 165 more words

Community Service News

Transforming from within

Sometimes I need to get out of my own headspace

I am by nature a giver and a nurturer but when going through times of stress I regress and become focused on self and my own problems too hard and for too long. 305 more words


Land O'Lakes: Taking Food off Instagram onto Tables

In their new “Delete to Feed” campaign which ends mid-October, Land O’Lakes is encouraging Instagrammers to go against the grain and delete their food photos instead of adding them. 159 more words


Pass the Plate - Take Action on Hunger

Pictured: DHEC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity, took the challenge and shared “On an empty stomach I can’t be active.

By Emily Pineda, DHEC  252 more words

Community Health

Making their mark: Tucson Hebrew Academy alumni

In his 1971 Yom Kippur sermon, Rabbi Arthur R. Oleisky of Congregation Anshei Israel called for the formation of a Jewish day school in Tucson. Rising to the challenge, Bertie and the late Jack Levkowitz and David and Judy Leonard joined the rabbi and his wife, Betejoy, as the nucleus of a committee that soon swelled to include many other families. 478 more words

Professional Work