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LGBT Neighborhoods: Finding Community in Suburbia

by Daniel Rosen
Blog

Historically speaking, finding an LGBT-friendly neighborhood was easier to do in a city than it was in the suburbs. The Castro in San Francisco, Chelsea in New York City, and Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C., are three of the most recognizable LGBT neighborhoods in the United States. Elsewhere in the world, there’s Chueca in Madrid, Nollendorfplatz in Berlin, and Le Marais in Paris, to name a few.

Green Business: Utah Companies That Are Walking the Walk When it Comes to Sustainable Business

By Utah Business Staff
Article

Utah Business has announced the winners of its Green Business Awards. This program honors the best green practices and efforts in Utah, recognizing companies, communities and individuals who are making strides in environmental sustainability.

Read more at Utah Business.

Wells Fargo Awards Grants in Salt Lake City to Help Homeless

Two local non-profit organizations to share $500,000 in funding through Wells Fargo’s NeighborhoodLIFT® program to help revitalize neighborhoods, prevent veteran and family homelessness
Press Release

SALT LAKE CITY, May 29, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), today announced grants totaling $500,000 for two nonprofits committed to assisting veterans and families in Salt Lake City overcome homelessness through the Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT program.

Arby’s Foundation Commits to Provide More Than 10 Million Meals to Children in Need This Summer Through “School’s Out, Food’s In” Program

Series of Events Hosted by Arby’s to Raise Awareness of Summer Hunger in America
Press Release

ATLANTA, May 28, 2015 /3BL Media/ – As the final bell nears at schools across America, millions of children await the joys of summer.  But for millions more, that closing bell brings uncertainty about when and where their next meal will come from.  According to No Kid Hungry, of the 22 million kids who receive a free or reduced-price lunch during the school year, only 17.5 percent receive proper nourishment during the summer months.

GE Foundation Announces $500,000 Grant to Community Health Centers, Inc. in Salt Lake City

Summary: 

The number of health clinics offering free and reduced-price medical care to Utah’s poor and uninsured has been growing. Fortuitously, the GE Foundation has provided a $500,000 grant to improve access to primary care for mothers and children at Salt Lake City's Community Health Centers. The grant is part of a three-year, $50 million GE program called Developing Health, which is centered around helping the underserved communities across the United States. The program supports GE’s healthymagination initiative, a commitment to reduce costs, improve quality and increase access in healthcare.

 

Press Release

The number of health clinics offering free and reduced-price medical care to Utah’s poor and uninsured has been growing. Fortuitously, the GE Foundation has provided a $500,000 grant to improve access to primary care for mothers and children at Salt Lake City's Community Health Centers. The grant is part of a three-year, $50 million GE program called Developing Health, which is centered around helping the underserved communities across the United States. The program supports GE’s healthymagination initiative, a commitment to reduce costs, improve quality and increase access in healthcare.

 

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