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“…The nation’s 900 or so “community foundations” arguably deliver more tangible, meaningful results than their vastly larger counterparts. And they do so in a participatory, ear-to-the-ground fashion
ANGOLA — Students in Trine University’s Franks School of Education will receive training in nonviolent crisis prevention and verbal de-escalation thanks to a grant from
ANGOLA —Ken Schneider missed his flight Tuesday afternoon because the school called, because of something one of his daughters did, and that’s how he found
Melissa Higbee, executive director of Fremont Youth and Community Outreach, says true poverty doesn’t look like unsheltered people on the streets of Chicago. “True poverty
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