WASHINGTON, D.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Move For Hunger today announced that SuiteAmerica is the first nationwide corporate housing provider to join the only international network of relocation companies dedicated to ending hunger. Over 50 million Americans experience food insecurity. Children are especially vulnerable to hunger with 17 million American children going to bed hungry each night. One in eight District households is struggling against hunger.
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HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: If you’re old enough to earn a living, parent a child, or think about maximizing your assets, then it may be time to consider the choices you need to make right now to protect your net worth in the future. That’s why Four Seasons Compassion for Life, Flat Rock, will sponsor ‘Estate Planning and Long Term Care Planning 101: Foundations for Informed Choices,’ a free seminar, on April 15, 2014.
Premiere in N.C. of ‘A Unified Presence’ to include guest Njekwa Lumbwe, Palliative Care Alliance of Zambia
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Njekwa Lumbwe, national coordinator of the Palliative Care Alliance of Zambia, is the guest of honor at a premiere film screening of ‘A Unified Presence,’ on Saturday, March 22, at Hendersonville High School Auditorium. Lumbwe will host a ‘talk back’ session for audience members following the viewing. A VIP welcome reception will precede the event at the Four Seasons Palliative Care Clinic.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Adoptions of older children and teens are often called ‘rescues’ because kids ‘age out’ at 16 Years-old. These children usually wind up homeless, with bleak futures. Many become addicted to drugs. Project One Forty Three, Inc. (Project 143), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization presently working with orphanages in Ukraine, Latvia and China, pairs these forgotten, hard-to-adopt kids with ‘host families’ in the U.S. for 4-6 weeks each summer and winter.
Blue Hill Troupe presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Ruddigore’ for its 90th anniversary, and to support Autism Community
NEW YORK, N.Y. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd., the only musical theater group in New York City to donate its net proceeds to charity, celebrates its 90th season with Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Ruddigore.’ Proceeds will benefit Quality Services for the Autism Community.
During National Magnet Schools Month this February educators will celebrate educational excellence and equality
WASHINGTON, D.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Today, the non-profit Magnet Schools of America announced that this February, magnet schools across the nation will join together to celebrate National Magnet Schools Month 2014. In honor of the upcoming 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision of Brown v. Board of Education, this year’s theme is ‘Creating Opportunities for All.’
BRISTOL, Conn. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: New Jersey-based nonprofit, Move For Hunger, is proud to announce the partnership of J.E. Kelleher Inc. of Bristol, Conn. at the Mission Level. J.E. Kelleher joins other relocation industry leaders in supporting Move For Hunger, the only non-profit organization that works within the relocation industry to end hunger.
In Washington D.C., the Black Men’s Xchange Celebrates 25th Year with New State-of-the-Art Community Space
WASHINGTON, D.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Black Men’s Xchange, the nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to the empowerment of diverse Black males, recently celebrated its 25th year anniversary with a festive gathering at their new, state-of-the-art community space in Northeast D.C.
FLAT ROCK, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: North Carolina’s Four Seasons Compassion for Life today announced the addition of Callie Walston, philanthropy coordinator, to its development department. Four Seasons is a non-profit hospice and palliative care organization led by a dedicated team of health care professionals, social workers, spiritual care professionals and volunteers.
New England Employee Benefits Council Conference announces ‘Best in Class’ Benefits Initiatives Awards for 2013
WALTHAM, Mass. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The New England Employee Benefits Council today announced that it has awarded five companies with Best Practices awards at its Best Practices Conference ‘Employers at the Head of the Class.’ The NEEBC awards were presented to companies that best exhibit innovation and creativity in the planning and delivery of their employee benefit programs.
University of UNC-Greensboro has given The Bob Moog Foundation a collection of vintage synthesizer hardware
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Music Department of the University of UNC-Greensboro has given The Bob Moog Foundation a collection of vintage synthesizer hardware and other equipment. The gift, which will be on permanent loan at the Foundation, was announced today by the Foundation’s executive director Michelle Moog-Koussa.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: With the establishment of the Christmas Angel Network (CAN), entrepreneur Theodore Myles has not only effectively tackled the six-foot Fraser Fir transportation issue, but he has also created a method to provide holiday fundraising for charities and organizations in the process.
English electronic pop icon Gary Numan signs Moog Synth to help music education nonprofit, The Bob Moog Foundation
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Bob Moog Foundation is proud to announce a raffle for a vintage Minimoog synthesizer, signed by English electronic pop music icon Gary Numan. The raffle runs from November 20, 2013 through December 31, 2013. This raffle is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity; a chance to own the most sought-after vintage synthesizer of all time.
ALAMEDA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: After more than a decade of preserving and promoting the game of pinball, the Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) is excited to announce it has signed a Letter of Intent with the City of Alameda to restore the vacant Carnegie Library as their new home. This magnificent 1902 building has sat vacant since 1998. This location will more than triple the museum’s display capacity. The facility will also provide space for community events, classrooms, exhibits and many other expansions.
BETHESDA, Md. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Eight first-year college students who beat the odds to become the first in their family to attend college have been awarded Center for Student Opportunity’s ‘I’m First Scholarship,’ a $2,000, four-year, renewable award. Along with 25 previous winners, these students share their personal stories, chronicle their college experiences, and offer advice to aspiring first-generation college students on the ‘I’m First’ blog.
Las Vegas Businesses Come Together to Hold Food Drive at The Mob Museum and Downtown 3rd Farmers Market
LAS VEGAS, Nev. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Ace World Wide Moving and Storage, an agent of one of the nation’s leading movers Atlas Van Lines, is joining The Mob Museum in partnership with Three Square and Downtown 3rd Farmers Market to benefit Move For Hunger, a non-profit that fights hunger across the United States. In coalition with these organizations, Ace World Wide Moving and Storage will be co-sponsoring a local food drive from October 21 to November 10, 2013, at The Mob Museum in Las Vegas.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Catalysts Powering Educational Performance: For 25 years, the Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program (CPEP) has been serving as a catalyst to significantly change underrepresented and underserved students’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviors toward the pursuit of education and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Children’s book author/publisher Arnold Rudnick donates 100+ books and one month’s net profits to help fight hunger
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Paraphrase, LLC and author Arnold Rudnick have pledged all net profits from sales of the children’s book ‘Little Green’ (ISBN: 9780981587974) for the month of October 2013 to Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, which supports the hungry, homeless and hurting of the San Fernando Valley. They’re also donating 100+ copies of the book to the first grade of Roscoe Elementary School.
Cause Marketing Just Got Easier for PR Firms and Ad Agencies with new Charity Adoption Program from Neotrope
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Neotrope, a California-based 30-year old innovative marketing and technology firm, has announced a new program to help public relations agencies and solo PR firms adopt a local 501(c)3 charity and promote it for free.
Center for Student Opportunity’s ‘I’m First’ Project Launches to Celebrate and Support First-Generation College Students
BETHESDA, Md. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The nonprofit Center for Student Opportunity (CSO) thinks it’s time to celebrate first-generation college students and help build the next generation students who will be the first in their families to attend and graduate from college. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan agrees and will help launch CSO’s ‘I’m First campaign’ on October 2 with his own video message.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: California IVF Fertility Center and RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association, are sponsoring Sacramento’s first Walk of Hope, on Sept. 21, 2013. The Walk of Hope aims to build connections and offer encouragement for the 7.3 million Americans struggling with infertility.
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Beyond Diversity Resource Center announces publication of a supplement to its book on racial dialogue in America, ‘The Anti-Racist Cookbook.’ The introduction to the supplement states, ‘Today, people of color have less to fear from the overt actions of a Ku-Klux-Klan lynch mob than from the implicit bias of a gun-carrying member of a neighborhood watch.’
National Inclusion Project teams with the Foundation for Respect Ability to musically demonstrate what inclusion is all about
CHARLOTTE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The National Inclusion Project is pleased to team with the Foundation for Respect Ability to musically demonstrate what inclusion is all about at their 10th Anniversary Champions Gala on October 12, 2013 in Charlotte, N.C. The performance will feature an inclusive group of Charlotte school children singing multiple songs about respect for all children.
ASBURY PARK, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Join Move For Hunger this Labor Day Weekend for the Fifth Annual Surfside Food Drive, Cornhole Tournament and Concert Series on the 2nd Ave. Asbury Park Boardwalk. While hunger may not be on people’s minds during the 2013 summer holidays, for the 120,000 people in Monmouth and Ocean County that struggle to find their next meal, hunger takes no vacations.
DAYTON, Ohio /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Ohio-based non-profit, East End Community Services, is rebuilding the Twin Towers neighborhood one home at a time. Located on the east side of Dayton, Twin Towers has had its share of ups and downs throughout the years. Named for the beautiful Catholic church St. Mary’s that stands tall with two protruding towers, it has always been a strong working class neighborhood.
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: For the third year in a row, Food Finders is betting that its Viva Las Vegas Casino Night will be another fundraising success, sure to offer something for everyone. On September 21, 2013, the 24-year young nonprofit will celebrate its 100 millionth pound of food rescued by hosting the event at the Alpert Jewish Community Center in Long Beach. Proceeds will support its Food Rescue Program.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program ‘Summer Gaming Challenge’ has been awarded the prestigious National Summer Learning Association’s 2013 New York Life Excellence in Summer Learning Award. Non-profit Catalysts Powering Educational Performance (CPEP, Inc.) is honored to have its STEM program recognized for the award.
ALAMEDA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: A blind man. A woman who stutters. A wheelchair user. A Little Person. While this may sound like a description of a support group, it is, in fact, the lineup for the ‘Comedians with Disabilities Act,’ a comedy tour that the San Francisco Examiner called ‘The most unconventional comics to pop up in 2011.’
ALAMEDA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: The Pacific Pinball Museum is excited to announce the opening of a new art show celebrating the America’s Cup Race with a collection of pinball machines and art featuring sailing and yachting: ‘Sailing Through Pinball.’
Food Finders’ third annual Summer to End Hunger food drive kicked off in May and runs through August 2013
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: There are smiles on the faces of more children and families this summer – smiles very familiar to one local food bank. For the third year in a row, Food Finders of Signal Hill is hosting its ‘Summer To End Hunger’ food drive 2013. This drive aims to fill in the hunger gaps where school breakfast and lunch programs end.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Neotrope(R), an advertising, marketing and PR firm launched in 1983, announced today the recipients of its annual Non-Profit PR Grant for 2013. Each worthy cause is a U.S.-based 501(c)3 charity ‘doing good’ on a local, or national level. As part of this in-kind grant program, Neotrope is providing PR solutions, news dissemination (through its Send2Press(R) Newswire service), online advertising, and social media marketing for the charities.
TeamF1 local outreach initiative, F1rstHand, invests in Fremont Calif. activities and lends a hand to deserving local causes
FREMONT, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: TeamF1, Inc., the leader in embedded networking and security software solutions for wired and wireless applications and a Fremont, California business for more than a decade, continues its tradition of community involvement this year by sponsoring the city of Fremont’s programs benefiting local youth and families. The company’s local outreach initiative, which it calls ‘F1rstHand,’ invests in activities that lend a hand to deserving local causes.
Heart Songs program of Four Seasons Compassion for Life kicks off first Bear Buddy drive in North Carolina
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — If helping a grieving child makes one’s heart sing, then tune into this opportunity to help children and teens. Join the Heart Songs program of Four Seasons Compassion for Life as its Asheville Checkpoint kicks off its first Bear Buddy drive to benefit Buncombe families June 1-30, 2013.
PALMDALE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Want to know what Snow Dogs do in the summer? They go to Hermosa Beach, of course. Husky Haven of LA today announced that huskies will be coming to the Fiesta Hermosa annual event in Hermosa Beach this Saturday May 25 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The huskies will be located in front of the Comedy Store. Husky Haven of LA is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abandoned Siberian Huskies.
California Council on Economic Education receives State Farm Grant to train Southern Calif. Teachers
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — CCEE (California Council on Economic Education) recently received an $8,000 State Farm Grant to provide financial education training to teachers through the Virtual Economics 4.0 program. The teachers trainings are intended to help educators increase student understanding of economic, personal finance, and entrepreneurship concepts.
ATLANTA, Ga. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 30, 2013: Located at Camp Twin Lakes and overseen by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s pediatricians, Camp Strong4Life caters to children struggling with their weight and dealing with the health issues that come with that struggle. While kids may have initial reservations about going, it won’t be long before they are enjoying swimming, rock-wall climbing, archery, zip-lining, playing games, building friendships and making memories that last a lifetime.
Political dignitaries welcome members of ‘American Identity’ film and representatives of the National Foundation for Military Family Support
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 29, 2013: Congressional and Political dignitaries welcomed members of the National Foundation for Military Family Support (NFMFS), as well as members of the motion picture ‘American Identity,’ to Washington D.C. to be recognized through special events, including receiving Congressional Commendations.
Mueller Inc’s Helping Hand program Offers a Metal Building to Deserving Texas NonProfit Org for 5th Year
BALLINGER, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 29, 2013: Texas-based Mueller, Inc., a leading manufacturer of steel buildings and residential metal roofing, wants to extend a ‘Helping Hand’ again this year to a Texas non-profit in need of a new facility. One organization will be selected to receive a new Mueller steel building up to 4,000 square feet through applications received by June 1, 2013.
Local Charity to Stamp Out Hunger: Food Finders announces 3rd Annual Summer to End Hunger Food Drive for 2013
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Food Finders announced today that it is kicking off its 3rd Annual ‘Summer To End Hunger’ Food Drive, starting May 1st. The food drive will run through the entire month of May, and food that Food Finders collects during the May 11 Stamp Out Hunger postal drive will contribute to the Summer drive effort.
California Council on Economic Education announces 2013 MoneyWise Teen Contest Award-Winning Students
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 24, 2013: The California Council on Economic Education (CCEE) announced today that the four-student team from San Rafael High School, in San Rafael California, led by instructor Abigail Shapiro, won first place in the 2013 MoneyWise Teen Contest. The winning team included students Rebecca Brown, Frances Casey, Natasha Sharp and Roslyn Yeager.
The National Inclusion Project, co-founded by entertainer Clay Aiken, announces it is recipient of JL Simmons NonProfit PR Grant
CHARLOTTE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — The National Inclusion Project, co-founded by entertainer Clay Aiken, is pleased to announce it is one of 10 recipients for 2013 of Neotrope’s annual J.L. Simmons Non-Profit PR Grant award. With this commitment, Neotrope(R) will provide public relations and cause-marketing support to the National Inclusion Project over the next year.
Neotrope to assist Food Finders Inc to Redistribute Food Donated by California Hospitality Industry and Local Grocers to Fight Hunger
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Food Finders, Inc. is pleased to announce it is a recipient of Neotrope’s 2013 J.L. Simmons NonProfit PR Grant award. With this commitment, Neotrope will assist with Food Finders’ mission to redistribute food donated by the regional hospitality industry and local grocers to feed those who are food insecure.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. /eNewsChannels/ — CPEP (Catalysts Powering Educational Performance) is pleased to announce it is a recipient of Neotrope’s 2013 J.L. Simmons Non-Profit PR Grant award. With this commitment, Neotrope will provide public relations support to CPEP over the next year to raise awareness around its programs and accomplishments.
Park Ridge Health presents 8th Annual Seasons of Life Soiree to benefit non-profit Four Seasons Compassion For Life
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 17, 2013: Snazzy sparkles and well-worn blue jeans are the attire of choice for the 8th annual Seasons of Life Soiree 2013, an event to benefit vital non-profit patient services at Four Seasons Compassion For Life. The event is presented by Park Ridge Health. Attendees will enjoy the talents of local jazz musicians Carol Duermit and Brad Curtioff.
I’m First Scholarship for First-Generation College Students announced by Center for Student Opportunity
BETHESDA, Md. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS Apr 1, 2013: The Center for Student Opportunity (CSO), a national 501(c)3 non-profit, is now accepting applications for the I’m First Scholarship, a $2,000 four-year renewable scholarship for matriculating first-generation college students.
With the mission to educate and engage youth in community and world affairs, World Savvy’s Gala 2013 will raise funds to support activities
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Tickets are now available for the World Savvy Gala 2013 on April 11 at the Dogpatch WineWorks in San Francisco. With the mission to educate and engage youth in community and world affairs, World Savvy is a nonprofit organization serving youth and educators nationally from offices in San Francisco, New York, and Minneapolis-St. Paul.
HOUSTON, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — Move For Hunger announces that from April 1-15, 2013, Victory Packaging is holding its First Annual Victory Cup Nationwide Food Drive. As the largest packaging material distributor in North America, Victory has offices in 24 states across the country. For two weeks, these offices will compete to see which can donate the largest amount of non-perishable food items to its local food bank.
IRVINE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The Maple Youth Ballet honored Donalyn Kling, one of its most dedicated patrons at the second annual Diamonds and Dance Gala on Saturday, March 9 at Black, Starr and Frost in Newport Beach. ‘Donalyn, without you we would not have been able to do so many of the things we have accomplished this year,’ said Charles Maple, co-founder of the Maple Conservatory.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. /eNewsChannels/ — Move For Hunger, a nationwide non-profit hunger relief organization, is proud to announce that AMWAT Moving and Storage of Tallahassee, Fla., is the recipient of the ‘Mover of the Year Award’ for 2012.
IRVINE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The Maple Youth Ballet along with Black, Starr & Frost, presents the second annual Diamonds & Dance Gala on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 5 – 8 p.m. at Black, Starr & Frost’s harbor side location in Newport Beach. The gala will honor Donalyn Kling of the Kling Family Foundation, who has been a dedicated patron of the Maple Youth Ballet.
Press Event: preview of the 100-foot granite ‘History of the United States of America’ monument in California
FELICITY, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Appropriately on Washington’s Birthday, Feb. 22, 2013, at 10:45 a.m. PST, the Museum of History in Granite is having the first and only preview for the press of the 100-foot granite ‘History of the United States of America’ monument.
TORRANCE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Neotrope CEO Christopher L. Simmons today announced a two week extension to today’s deadline for worthy causes to apply for the company’s annual Non-Profit PR Grants for 2013; the new deadline will be Feb. 28 at close of business. This year, 10 U.S. based charitable non-profits will receive in-kind grants totaling $50,000.
Move For Hunger celebrates partnership with Atlas Van Lines where participating Atlas agents donating over 30,000 pounds of food
NEPTUNE, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — Move For Hunger, a nationwide hunger relief organization that works with the relocation industry, today announces its partnership with Atlas Van Lines, one of the nation’s top moving companies. To celebrate joining Move For Hunger as an Epic Partner, Atlas Headquarters held a local food drive on Feb. 1, which resulted in over 3,000-pounds of food donations.
DALLAS, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — The 2013 Orange Leap Shine Brighter Series features Matt McCabe from Pursuant presenting ‘I Have A Dream: The Importance of Vision At Every Donor Level’ on February 14. Simply put, donors give to a vision that stirs their philanthropic passion. This session will explore why nonprofits must prove the efficacy of their vision and work in order to garner long-term, committed donors.
At the 2013 NAMM Show, the Bob Moog Foundation will Inspire through Legendary Instruments and Archival Exploration
ASHEVILLE, N.C. and ANAHEIM, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The Bob Moog Foundation (BMF) will celebrate the indelible nature of the synthesizer pioneer’s legacy at the 2013 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif. Beginning on January 24, NAMM attendees will have opportunities to see and hear demonstrations of vintage Moog instruments and explore rarely seen archival material from the Bob Moog Foundation Archives.
LA MESA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Legalize Ferrets announces new White House petition to help legalize ferrets in California. Over the past 25 years California ferret lovers have worked diligently to catch up to the rest of the 48 continental states to have our right for legal ferret ownership.
Mark Rhode to Speak On ‘Integrated Marketing for Nonprofits’ as part of Orange Leap’s Shine Brighter Series
DALLAS, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — Orange Leap’s monthly Shine Brighter Series of webcasts for nonprofits continues on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, 2 p.m. EST, with ‘Integrated Marketing for Nonprofits’ presented by Mark Rhode, vice president at Russ Reid.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. /eNewsChannels/ — Pediatric non-profit, DesignWise Medical, Inc., in conjunction with Cnicus LLC (Chicago, Ill.) has been awarded a $25,000 grant by the Atlanta Pediatric Device Consortium to continue the development of a medical device used to confirm the correct placement of feeding tubes in infants and children.
Thirty US youth leaders and five educators return from month-long immersion study and cultural exchange in Bangladesh from World Savvy
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Thirty U.S. youth leaders and five U.S. educators are set to return next Saturday, January 12, 2013, from a month-long immersion study and cultural exchange program in Bangladesh from World Savvy. The group studied how global climate change has impacted local communities in Bangladesh, and upon return to the U.S., the students will apply their new knowledge by launching climate change projects to improve their U.S. communities and the world.
Second Harvest Food Bank gets help from Premier Medical Transportation Kicking off 2013 Driving Away Hunger Campaign
COLTON, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Premier Medical Transportation, a Colton-based medical transportation company, has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to serve Riverside and San Bernardino in a year-long campaign, Driving Away Hunger. Premier Medical Transportation will donate one meal to Second Harvest Food Bank for every transport call they receive. The Driving Away Hunger campaign began Nov. 1, just in time for the holiday season and will run throughout 2013.
TORRANCE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — California-based marketing and PR firm, Neotrope, today announced the formal launch of a dedicated web portal for the company’s annual NonProfit PR Grants program at http://prgrants.com as part of its 30 year anniversary. The PR Grant program was originally launched in 2000 to help assist U.S. 501(c)3 worthy causes.
Restored French 1967 Rally West Club Pinball Machine added to Pacific Pinball Museum playable collection
ALAMEDA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) welcomes the public to experience pinball with a European flair. Play a game on the newest addition to their exciting collection of more than 80 playable games: a 1967 Rally West Club. This game marks the one resident of their collection not produced in the United States.
Author Arnold Rudnick and publisher Paraphrase LLC Donate 100 Books and One Month’s Profits to Support Children in Need
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Author Arnold Rudnick and publisher Paraphrase, LLC, have donated 100 copies of new children’s book ‘Little Green’ (ISBN: 978-0981587974) to the My Stuff Bags Foundation and have pledged all net profits from book sales for the month of December 2012.
Cancer Kids to Enjoy the Holiday with Celebrity Guests and Activities at Starlight Children’s Foundation’s Winter Wonderland
LOS ANGELES, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Starlight Children’s Foundation’s Winter Wonderland – a day when more than 350 Starlight kids, siblings and their parents are given the opportunity to experience the holidays by decorating cookies, making ornaments, meeting Hollywood celebrities, and more – will be held Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. at CBS Studios. The current ‘X Factor’ soundstage is being turned into a children’s wonderland courtesy of Northwestern Mutual.
Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, the Bob Moog Foundation’s hallmark educational project, is expanding to serve two school districts in Western North Carolina
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool (DBSS), the Bob Moog Foundation’s hallmark educational project, is expanding to serve two school districts in Western North Carolina. Twenty-five teachers from Asheville City Schools and Buncombe County Schools will be teaching the 10-week curriculum to over 500 second grade students beginning in January. This marks the first time that the two school districts have collaborated on a teaching program.
Nanak Naam Jahaj Gurudwara and the Sikh Community of Jersey City to Feed More Than 2,000 at Local Homeless Shelters
JERSEY CITY, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — According to Nanak Naam Jahaj Gurudwara, the Sikh community of Jersey City will be providing over 2,000 individuals at local area homeless shelters with hot meals, snacks, and fruits on Saturday, December 1, 2012.
Four Seasons, Compassion for Life. Named a Top North Carolina Hospice Provider according to latest DSR Report
FLAT ROCK, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ — Four Seasons, Compassion for Life has received recognition as a top hospice care provider in the state for its significant percentage of patients served for almost a decade.
Associa’s PCM of California, Inc. Employee-driven Fundraisers benefit United Way, and Those in Need This Holiday
LAKE FOREST, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — Donny Disbro, chief executive officer of PCM of California, Inc. (PCM), an Associa company, announced today that company employees raised more than $16,230 during a series of charitable fundraisers over the past several weeks.
Tenth National Long Term Care Insurance Producers Summit: LTC Financial Partners and Dr. Marion Give 250 Toy Animals to Ronald McDonald House
LAS VEGAS, Nev. /eNewsChannels/ — Kids with medical needs feel better and get better with tender loving care. So do older family members with disabilities. But human TLC is seldom handy 24/7. That’s where a warm, fuzzy toy animal can make a difference. On Monday, Nov. 12, 250 of them are being donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Greater Las Vegas by LTC Financial Partners, LLC.
Orange Leap is sponsoring ‘Tap Into New Donations with Non-cash and Online Giving’ presented by Kevin Myers of iDonate
DALLAS, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — Orange Leap (www.orangeleap.com) is sponsoring ‘Tap Into New Donations with Non-cash and Online Giving,’ presented by Kevin Myers of iDonate and part of Orange Leap’s Shine Brighter Series webcasts for nonprofit organizations. The one-hour webcast will take place Thursday, November 15 at 2 p.m. EST. The session is free, but registration is required.
San Bernardino County WIB Executive Director Sandy Harmsen Appointed to Chair California Workforce Association
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The San Bernardino County Workforce Investment Board announced that Executive Director Sandy Harmsen was appointed to Chair of the California Workforce Association’s Executive Committee. The committee facilitates the direction and management of the Association.
NEW YORK, N.Y. /eNewsChannels/ — Art for Progress (AFP), a NYC 501(c)3 nonprofit, is proud to announce it is hosting artist Michael Alan’s ‘Living Installation: Family Misfit Healing’ on Friday, November 9 at ABC NORIO in NYC’s Lower East Side.
TORONTO, Ontario /eNewsChannels/ — Equation Technologies will be exhibiting with Avectra at the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE) National Conference and Showcase November 1-3, 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario. Avectra and Equation Technologies will be at Booth 178 (Canada Halls 2 and 3 in the Ottawa Convention Centre).
Orange Leap Shine Brighter Series of Webcasts for Nonprofits Launches with Facebook Marketing Strategies from Marketing Twins
DALLAS, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — Orange Leap has launched a new monthly series of webcasts for nonprofit organizations called the Shine Brighter Series. The first webinar is ’5 Ways Nonprofits Can Get More Likes on Their Facebook Page’ presented by Randy Vaughn of Fort Worth-based Marketing Twins.
New Study from World Savvy shows that among those 18-24 there is Lack of Global Competency Skills for 21st Century Global Economy
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — A recent study of 18-24 year old American high school graduates commissioned by education nonprofit World Savvy, with support from the International Baccalaureate Organization, shows a desire among young people to learn more about global topics, but a conspicuous lack of instruction within American schools to satisfy these needs.
San Francisco-based Pacific Pinball Museum launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Move Collection to Palace of Fine Arts
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — The Pacific Pinball Museum, founded ten years ago in the Bay Area city of Alameda, has dedicated its non-profit mission to preserving the art, science and history of pinball. The museum currently has 90 games set to free play for one admission price at its Alameda location. With the ongoing success of its mission, PPM has begun bursting at the seams and needs a new location. The board has set a goal of relocating to the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
Project Pawsitive Foundation has selected the Salem Animal Rescue League in New Hampshire as the team’s fifth animal shelter makeover
HAMPTON, N.H. /eNewsChannels/ — The Project Pawsitive Foundation (www.projectpawsitive.com), a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to renovating animal rescues and shelters in need, has selected the Salem Animal Rescue League in Salem, New Hampshire as the team’s fifth animal shelter makeover. The project begins on Friday, September 14.
ASBURY PARK, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ — Non-profit Move For Hunger presents the Fourth Annual Surfside Food Drive and Concert Series to benefit the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. While hunger may not be on people’s minds during the summer holidays, hunger takes no vacations. The summer months can be some of the most difficult for food banks and struggling families as children who receive subsidized lunches are home from school.
National Navajo Code Talker 30th Anniversary: Young Marines Youth Leadership Non-Profit Honors Native American World War II Veterans
WASHINGTON, D.C. /eNewsChannels/ — Over 175 youth members of the Young Marines from throughout the country will be attending the 30th anniversary of the National Navajo Code Talker Day in Window Rock, Arizona on August 14.
Ten-month Leadership Program to Develop Women in their STEM Careers as Leaders announced by WEST: Advancing Women in Science and Technology
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. /eNewsChannels/ — Out of its commitment to help women, WEST: Advancing Women in Science and Technology is launching a ten-month leadership program to develop women in their STEM careers as leaders so that they consistently make a difference in the organizations they serve and in the world.
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