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Chicago entrepreneur Joshua Hernandez's newest startup is testing a service that allows people to snap a photo of a clothing item they covet and, via their mobile phone, request a version of it from area boutiques. Walk.by uses the photo to query its...
The Morning CallHunger is a reality for one in six people in the United States, according to Feeding America, a national domestic hunger-relief charity. Olive Garden is asking students to help find solutions by entering its 17th annual Pasta Tales national essay...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Times Square, Olive Garden, Bonds
reporterUPDATED: 2/4/12 Ravens' fans weren't the only ones rejoicing after the big game. A Roanoke County congregation is also reaping the benefits of the "Souper Bowl." But, this "Souper Bowl" was a challenge to collect food and money for the area's hungry....
Tags: Lutheranism, Christianity, Sports, Football, Religion and Belief
Sun SentinelPartnerships between businesses and nonprofits that zero in on specific needs can be very impactful, says Kathleen Cannon, president of United Way of Broward. "And the holidays bring out additional feelings from people who want to help," she said. Here is...
ReporterIt's the first day and second night of Hanukkah. And, whether at home or in synagogues, those of the Jewish faith are taking time to observe the 8-day holiday in unique and festive ways. There are many customs associated with Hanukkah. From the...
pix11.com | @wpixMany of those lucky enough to emerge from Sandy's devastation unscathed are wondering how they can help those struggling to recover. Here are some important links and information: Friday Nov. 9th: The Hackensack NJ Police PBA will be running a one day...
Dear Readers: I love the holiday season. For me, Christmas is a celebration of possibilities accompanied by an explosion of generosity. Every year I publish a column devoted to spreading the spirit of giving. My recommendations are subjective and...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistRight now, a truck carrying more than 20,000 pounds of food is headed to New York to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. WDBJ7's Joe Dashiell is in Hauppauge on Long Island. That's about 50 miles east of New York City The food and water that many...
ReporterTough times and rising demand have created challenges for Feeding America Southwest Virginia, but this week the food bank has reason to celebrate. Friday, the organization recognized a partnership that's bringing in millions of pounds of food and...
Tags: Salem (Salem, Virginia)
ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping with the company's commitment to sustainable agriculture and improving lives, Monsanto Company is partnering in Invest an Acre, which is focused on addressing rural hunger in America. In partnership with the Howard...
ReporterSouthwest Virginia's generosity made the WDBJ7 Home and Away Food Drive a success. Now we know where some of that food is headed. We collected more than 43- thousand pounds of canned goods, bottled water and other items. A third of those donations will...
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