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11-Year-Old Philanthropist Gifts Black Girls With Dolls

An 11-year-old girl who was bullied because of her complexion and hair texture has turned the pain that she endured into a positive venture, ABC News… 343 more words


What to do at This Year's Vans Warped Tour

For some of the fans attending this year’s Vans Warped Tour, this may be your first and last. When I was attending my first Warped Tour in 2011, I researched tips and what to expect when going to this huge rock festival. 740 more words


Care Cases of WNY's New Website!

The impulseGUIDE team was recently introduced to Care Cases of WNY who was in need of a website. After hearing about the wonderful service they provide for foster children in the area we knew we had to help them in any way we could! 44 more words


10 Reasons Why You Should Volunteer in Your Community

Everyone likes to have some extra time for themselves. In this extra time, there are so many things you can do that will be beneficial to you, such as shopping, watching television, or just relaxing. 322 more words


Irving, TX: Digital Asset Management Specialist

The Digital Asset Management Specialist will have a direct impact on the direction and improvement of the BSA’s Digital Asset Management program. By curating digital images, videos, PDFs and other forms of content this digital expert will enable the organization to offer consistent information and branding across every digital touchpoint so that it’s easy and enjoyable for members and prospects to get the most out of their Scouting experience.

Link to job posting.

Local Ministry Spotlight: Ukraine Orphan Outreach

Based out of Berthoud, Colorado, Ukraine Orphan Outreach is a local non-profit you should know about that is having a global impact.

UOO works to help the kids who are falling between the cracks in the system, by establishing transition homes for orphans who are aging out of the system as well as helping to facilitate adoptions of older orphans with adoptive parents in the US. 343 more words


The Mountaineers Keep Climbing

Some non-profits fund raise for major technology upgrades, then breathe a sigh of relief and ignore technology until things start breaking. Rinse and repeat. Other non-profits avoid this feast-or-famine approach to technology spending by budgeting for continuous improvements. 175 more words