Perinton Memorial VFW Post 8495 Donates $10,000 To Benefit Female Veterans
The Perinton Memorial VFW Post 8495 is helping provide a home for female veterans and their families. The post presented a $10,000 check to the Veterans Outreach Center.
Newly diagnosed with cancer? Find Help, Tips and Resources
Tips and resources for those newly diagnosed with cancer, including questions to ask your doctor, learn about cancer treatment options and more
Izzy's Fried Chicken To Open In Crown Heights
CROWN HEIGHTS — The small kosher chain of boutique eateries is diving into the chicken industry—fried chicken. Last month, Israel “Izzy” Eidelman opened Izzy’s Taqueria, just three years after his first food venture — Izzy’s Smokehouse. Both businesses bring life to the developing Troy Avenue corridor. In June, Edelman will open Izzy’s Fried Chicken at 262 Kingston Avenue …
How many kids have been cut from Head Start?
They’re some of the youngest victims of the sequester: children who have lost a spot in Head Start. Head Start’s aim is to prepare preschoolers and their families for kindergarten. For kids, that can include learning to recognize ABCs, answering questions about a story, and identifying shapes. Meanwhile, Head Start staff makes sure the children have access to nutrition and health screenings and that their families are involved. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimated that
High school track star runs to raise awareness for missing and murdered indigenous women
This high school runner is winning state titles while supporting an overlooked cause.
How to Secure Research Funding
May 15, 2017 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM iCal Share via: Online During this lecture, Dr. Roger Hajjar, MD, FACC will discuss funding opportunities for trainees in the cardiovascular field. Specific focus will be placed on matching funding mechanisms with the experience and productivity of the applicant. We will also focus on navigating the application process of program selection to creating a checklist and a timeline to complete an application.
How to Help Children Cope with a Crisis
Save the Children has provided ten tips to help children cope with tragedies like the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT and the Boston Marathon bombing. Learn more
Hope for Huntington's: Walk in Duluth to help fund research that...
Katie Weikum is living her life knowing she faces a 50-50 chance of one day having a chronic, progressive, genetic disease.The 25-year-old from Maple Grove, Minn., also knows that a genetic test is available to conclusively determine whether she will one day suffer from Huntington's disease or not. She...
find the top non-profit organizations
Philanthropedia is the best online source of information about the top non profit organizations in numerous social causes. It allows you to donate money to the best charities in an entire social cause with one click.
La Crosse YMCA :: Joe Zwickey & Kailyn Danhouser
Joe Zwickey is a motivated man with a dry sense of humor. Like so many of us, he’s a busy individual who works multiple jobs, hangs out with friends, works on hobbies, and he used to manage high school football and basketball teams for four years. With everything on his plate, Joe still squeezes in his workouts at the YMCA three times a week Encouraged by his friends, Joe began coming to the YMCA a couple years ago. Now, he incorporates a mix of strength and cardio routines throughout his week, including squats, planks, and throw downs. Joe started working with personal trainer, Kailyn Danhouser, about four months ago. The pair meets once a week, and they have already seen improvement physically, structurally, as well as in Joe’s attitude. When asked if working…