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Lauri Valerio

By Lauri Valerio


5 Ways To Get A Job

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When youth employment meets social service, everyone wins. 

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12/16/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb


National Family Volunteer Day is Nov. 22

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National Family Volunteer Day is held the Saturday before Thanksgiving to kick off the holiday season with giving and service. It is a great day to enjoy the benefits of family volunteering! Volunteering is a wonderful way for families to spend quality time together and expand their horizons by volunteering with and serving others. Volunteering is filled with “teachable moments,” and also provides a way for children to fulfill school community service requirements and develop leadership skills. Volunteering as a family can help inspire a lifetime of service and to being an active member of the community.

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11/19/14

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Jesse Marcus

By Jesse Marcus


Thank You and Happy Birthday, Dr. Salk!

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The inventor of the polio vaccine didn’t care about being famous, and neither do the millions of people who wake up everyday dedicated to making their community a place of opportunity for everyone.

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10/28/14

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Lindsay Torrico

By Lindsay Torrico


How Educating Young Girls is Improving the Economy Across the World

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The economic crises around the world are almost overwhelming. But one of the best investments we can make is in girls – in helping them get educated, healthy and empowered to contribute to their communities.

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10/10/14

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Jesse Marcus

By Jesse Marcus


Domestic Violence Awareness Shouldn’t Stop or Start in October

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In Davenport, Iowa, Jessica is now financially independent, and she and her three children are safe. Their family has come a long way since she escaped a long-term abusive relationship and found support and counseling from United Way.

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10/10/14

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