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Following Son's Suicide, The Bauer Fund Announces First Award Recipients

Jim Luce | Posted 09.05.2016 | Impact
Jim Luce

Dr. Bill Bauer, vice president of The J. Luce Foundation, announced today the first recipients of the foundation's Bauer Fund. "My family is delighted to inform our first three beneficiaries that we are honoring them with grants in honor and memory of our son and Grant who passed away from suicide in 2014," Bill stated.

How A Former Pre-Med Student Found Another Way To Build Healthy Communities

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Halperin | Posted 08.19.2016 | HuffPost Live 321

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Cleveland Cavaliers Are Giving Back To Their Community By Helping The Next Generation

The Huffington Post | Rahel Gebreyes | Posted 01.04.2017 | HuffPost Live 321

Last month, the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship and secured their first title win in the history of the franchise. Now the Cavs are payin...

Closing the Health Divide, One Community at a Time

Dr. Garth Graham | Posted 12.16.2016 | Business
Dr. Garth Graham

We all have a role to play in closing the health divide, both on the national and local grassroots levels. Nonprofits, government entities, corporations and even individuals can all make a difference in their own way.

A Lesson for All

Leonard Slatkin | Posted 10.02.2016 | Arts
Leonard Slatkin

Usually, the first rehearsal for a new season is a straightforward affair. We make announcements, introduce new musicians and staff and get our collective chops together. Such was not the case in Detroit on a sunny Thursday morning.

You Can Change the World in 5 Hours. Here's How.

Josh Schukman | Posted 08.12.2016 | Impact
Josh Schukman

Fresh out of high school, I crammed my little Honda with my earthly possessions, swallowed my fear, and pointed that fine piece of Japanese engineering northward. My destination? Cleveland, Ohio. The reason? A year of service with AmeriCorps.

Phoenix Rising: Hav a Sole

Wendy Adamson | Posted 08.11.2016 | Impact
Wendy Adamson

For a year now one man has been on a mission. He turned Hav A Sole into a nonprofit and was featured by Nikon as a photographer who uses his craft to give back. He has donated shoes to local shelters, skid row and to homeless youth centers.

Memorial Day, 3pm. Don't Forget.

Ryan Scott | Posted 05.25.2016 | Impact
Ryan Scott

As the true meaning of Memorial Day has become obscured over time, shrouded in the haze of BBQ smoke, some were moved to institute a moment of silence. This Memorial Day, stop what you're doing at 3pm on Monday, at the very least, remember the fallen.

Don't Fear Girls Having Male Role Models

Kate Van Dellen | Posted 06.21.2015 | Women
Kate Van Dellen

It blows my mind that someone would fret over the gender of volunteers. Isn't the reason why we organize events for girls to show them that gender isn't a barrier? We shouldn't criticize men for their gender when they want to help us with our goals.

A New Place to Call Home

Peak Johnson | Posted 05.20.2015 | Impact
Peak Johnson

The idea of having a wellness center placed in the heart of North Philadelphia had first come to Sister Mary Scullion, Executive Director of Project HOME, when civic leader Stephen Klein had approached her about building a community center.

6 Big Mistakes Non-Profits Are Making On Instagram

Chris Barnes | Posted 03.09.2014 | Technology
Chris Barnes

The photo social networking service gives non-profit organizations a great way to connect with the community they serve as well as to gain new supporters. Here are some tips on how to make your Instagram account stand out.

Optimism in the Face of Ignorance and Hate: What Will We Do?

Harmann P. Singh | Posted 11.26.2013 | Religion
Harmann P. Singh

How is it that 49 percent of Americans believe "Sikh" is a sect of Islam when it is in fact its own independent religion? And how is it that 79 percent of Americans cannot identify India as the geographic origin of the Sikh faith?

Stone Soup In Soweto

Kristen Marble | Posted 06.02.2013 | Religion
Kristen Marble

Stone soup is simple: Each person contributes just one ingredient to a pot containing water and a stone. Through cooperation and involvement of an entire community, a nourishing, delicious meal for all is created. Today in Soweto, South Africa we had the privilege of seeing this children's story come to life.

NYPD Surveillance Shows No Good Deed Goes Unpunished For American Muslims

Sahar Aziz | Posted 05.06.2012 | Religion
Sahar Aziz

So long as the police engage in systemic racial profiling and attendant criminal punishments, community outreach is futile, as well as disingenuous.

My Part in Arts Education, Preservation, and Collaboration

Ashley Bouder | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Ashley Bouder

As artists and people dedicated to the arts, it is our responsibility to spearhead arts education -- and help integrate it into our education systems.

The New Grassroots: Social Media and the Post-Post Modern Campaign

Cynthia Boaz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Cynthia Boaz

I'm currently consulting for a friend's political campaign, which is for a position (county supervisor) that while extremely important, is one about w...