Children & Youth
Civic Engagement & International
News and information on the role that government, small business and the nonprofit sector/philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
Rural hospitals wanted to get the message across the communities they are serving: That you don't have to obtain big city hospital services for quality health care.
According to rural health...more
Zack Danger Brown, who spearheaded the scrumptious potato salad Kickstarter campaign that started with a modest amount of $10 for a quality side dish, will host a benefit concert to help alleviate...more
About 82 Georgia communities will score nearly $40 million in Community Development Block Grant funding to work on local economic growth projects.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...more
Amy Bradbury and Emily Hanna, students in the Master's in Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Central Florida, taps Winter Park as having the potential to significantly...more
San Jose city officials aim to stop prostitution on South First Street by converting the hotels and motels surrounding the area into a housing community for the homeless.
The city council has...more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Small Business Innovation Research welcomes science-based small business firms to submit research applications.
The research will focus on the...more
LISC Chicago has been assisting long-term local partner The Resurrection Project launch its Entrepreneurship Training Program, a comprehensive series of weekly workshops teaching everything from...more
Tom's of Maine, which is committed to healthy and environmental goodness, is working to create more sustainable products and packaging.
Tom's of Maine's "Goodness Report" documents...more
The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced $3.4 million to support efforts in preventing homelessness among Wyoming veterans.
The funds will be used for housing counseling, legal assistance,...more
A University of Kansas research finds range of skills students taught in school is linked to race and class size.
The study is not pointing judgment at states or districts that are found were...more