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Gulliver alumni giving back to first responders, healthcare workers amid COVID-19

In this new era of helping others, several Gulliver Schools alumni have stepped up to aid Miami’s first responders and healthcare workers. Be it face shields or pizzas, all help is important to keep ... read more

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Sound check: The music scene has its share of helpers

To ease the frustrations of our current situation, musicians from the Chicago and suburban scenes have been stepping up to help those in need. read more

Rutherglen mum in call for Rangers and Celtic to go gold for a good cause

that same September evening as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness month. The gig, that will feature a host of up-and-coming Scottish singers and bands, will raise money for Calum’s Cabin ... read more

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Foundation shares Liberty’s love

Today, Liberty’s light shines through the Love for Liberty Arnold-Simon DIPG Foundation, founded to honor Liberty’s memory through a nonprofit providing a range of services and promoting awareness of ... read more

Having lost her son, a Palo Alto mother now scatters messages of hope

Jennifer Turner, whose son died by suicide in 2017, has painted rocks with inspirational words and left them around Palo Alto to work through her own grief, while also hoping to lift others up. read more

Duck Donuts, Gabe's Chemo Duck Program kick-off annual campaign

Duck Donuts kicked-off its third annual Quack Gives Back Campaign Sunday ... the Abaco Islands During September, also Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the public can purchase a $1 paper ribbon ... read more

Make-A-Wish Still Granting Wishes to Seriously Ill Children

For children who battle life threatening medical conditions like cancer, leukemia, cystic fibrosis, liver and kidney disease, heart abnormalities, and other childhood diseases, Make-A-Wish ... read more

Good news: Staten Islanders continue to have community’s back

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- With the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, some Staten Islanders remain out of work and others are working in hazardous conditions. In an attempt to help, locals continue ... read more

Gray Television’s Stations Help to Raise Over $12.6 Million for Local Relief Efforts in March and April

Gray Television, Inc. (“Gray”) (NYSE: GTN) announced today that, during March and April 2020 alone, our television stations collectively helped to. read more

In Houston's Chinatown, restaurants plan to feed front-line workers during the pandemic

Nguyen, a local artist and photographer ... or science assignment and see her teacher’s face looking back at her. More than a month after the coronavirus pandemic closed Prosper Independent ... read more

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