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Rebuilding Together Montgomery County Brings 400+ Volunteers Together to Help 13 Homeowners with Critical Needs and Repairs

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Rebuilding Together Montgomery County has provided critical-needs home repair to low-income residents of Montgomery County free of charge for the past 27 years. Last year alone, we completed 304 projects for 112 homeowners thanks to the support of more than 681 volunteers who invested over 6,000 hours of service into our community.

Looking for All Things Employee Engagement Embodied into One, Easy-to-Use Employee Giving Tool?

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Technology platforms support a growing range of employee giving and engagement programs as companies expand their mix of community service and involvement initiatives, which are part of their broader corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs and strategy. According to America’s Charities’ Snapshot 2015 report, “More than 80% of employers said they use technology to allow employees to give money; 65% use it to record volunteer hours; and 69% use technology to allow employees to sign up for volunteer events.”

The “Working Poor” Are One Crisis Away From Homelessness

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Did you know that in Central Florida, 1 in 6 people are food insecure? Yes, in America! Over 40% of families in Central Florida are classified as “working poor”. The “working poor” are one crisis away from homelessness.

Christian HELP works with unemployed and the underemployed because both people groups are at risk for homelessness and this affects everyone. Our mission is to help prevent homelessness by finding people jobs while providing for them materially and spiritually.

Family Violence Exists Intergenerationally Within Far Too Many Families

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Family Violence exists intergenerationally within far too many families, in the form of:

  1. Child abuse and neglect,
  2. Spouse and partner abuse (also known as domestic violence), and
  3. Elder abuse and neglect and economic exploitation. 

As a voluntary private nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, The American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence is addressing the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of vulnerable individuals within America's homes.

Our Country’s Active Duty Military Personnel, Veterans, and Their Supportive Caregivers Need Our Help

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When a military service member is wounded, ill, or injured, these changes place tremendous stress on families and caregivers. Supportive family members and caregivers are an integral part of a warrior's successful recovery.

How to Manage Your Company's Employee Giving Donations Like a Fortune 500 Company, But With a Small Business Budget

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Is it better to manage your company's workplace giving charitable funds distribution in-house or to work with a 3rd party partner? 

One Fortune 500 company was stunned when it calculated the cost of managing its company’s in-house system for processing employee charitable payroll contributions. The company assumed it was making a fiscally prudent decision by managing this process itself. However, after analyzing what it took to manage its homegrown system, the company quickly learned its assumption was false.

350 Advocates From Across the Country Storm D.C. for Population Connection’s Capitol Hill Days 2018

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This past weekend, 350 activists stormed D.C. for the weekend to speak out against Trump’s Global Gag Rule, and to urge their elected officials to support the Global HER Act, and a robust $1.2 billion U.S. investment for international family planning, including $70 million for UNFPA.

Celebrate the Extraordinary Achievements of People With Down Syndrome and Other Disabilities

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In 2018, people with Down syndrome and other disabilities are celebrating extraordinary achievements. They are graduating high school with their peers, attending postsecondary programs, enjoying meaningful careers, and living long, healthy and productive lives. NDSS works on behalf of all individuals with Down syndrome across the lifespan. However, challenges remain, as the following story illustrates.

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month – Take Care of Your Health!

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Colorectal cancer is the third most frequently diagnosed cancer in both men and women and the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States, but it is also largely preventable. March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and the Prevent Cancer Foundation® remains dedicated to educating the public on the importance of getting screened and the ways to reduce your colorectal cancer risk.

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