Moms Against Poverty Bring Nutrition and Stability to Underprivileged Children
Moms Against Poverty (MAP) began as a small group of caring individuals that has expanded into a nationwide network for child enrichment, along with a global orphan care program.
12.17.18 US News
Cal State LA receives three grants totaling $3.7 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs, Husson University AmeriCorps Team builds window inserts for low-income households, Intel exceeds its 50th anniversary volunteer goal, and more.
3.5.18 US Nonprofit News
The Central Florida Foundation’s 100 Women Strong giving circle grants $45,000 to the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County, Small Forces releases its latest piece on Chicago’s Parents for Peace and Justice, the Wyland Foundation launches the 7th annual Mayors Challenge for Water Conservation, and more. News about opportunities, initiatives
9.6.16 US Nonprofit News
Global Youth Connect's Rwanda and Colombia delegations have returned for the remainder of the year, Publix Super Markets Charities will donate $5 million to the Feeding America network, the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative met its goal of employing 100,000 Opportunity Youth, and more.
8.17.15 US Nonprofit News
C.R. England donates over 850 backpacks, along with $15 school supply vouchers, to students in the Laredo and United Independent School Districts, The HealthWell Foundation announces its launch of a new fund to assist people living with Urea Cycle Disorders, the Evanston Community Foundation is currently seeking proposals from small to mid-size nonprofits in Evanston for its root2fruit grant program, and more.
7.20.15 US Nonprofit News
The 2015 National Conference on Philanthropic Planning will take place on October 21st-23rd in Orlando, Hopewell, a therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness, has just introduced a new, mobile-friendly website, the First Response Team of America recognized Lowe's for its $750,000 donation to aid the team's disaster relief efforts , and more.
6.8.15 US Nonprofit News
Pershing Square Foundation awards $10 million to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Heroes for Children joins #JustKeepDancing social media challenge, Chester County Fund for Women and Girls welcomes new Director of Programs, and more.
Pending SNAP cuts heighten food insecurity concerns as school lunchrooms close for summer
Last summer, only 14 percent of children who were eligible to be served by summer feeding programs received those meals, according to WhyHunger, a nonprofit that aims to end hunger and poverty by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment. Proposed cuts in the pending farm bill may make it even more difficult for SNAP-eligible families to access resources.