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To a light smattering of applause, a 41-year-old lawn man named Penny pedals his heavy tricycle into the parking lot. Penny's wheels are locally renowned for supporting a massive unfurled canvas patio umbrella, which looks as if it could turn him
A group of Evansville nonprofits have a plan to better track the city's ever changing, ever moving homeless population. The groups hope that by automatically tracking every person who uses homeless services in town, they will gather more data on who
The village received 19 requests for grant funding totaling $483,698, said Village Manager Bill Dixon. Based on estimates officials expect to be able to fund about three-fourths of that. Dixon said that with the uncertainty in Washington D.C., that
Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Sollis said state social-service agencies are required to report deaths of anyone whose case is open or who died within 12 months of receiving service. Agencies such as the Division of Child and Family Services and
Cases of serious physical abuse against U.S. children, such as head injuries, burns and fractures increased 5 percent in the last 12 years, researchers say...Leventhal, professor of pediatrics and nursing at Yale University in New Haven, Conn., and
Earthquake Appeal grants bolster Christchurch social service agencies Grants from the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust will boost the ability of the city's social service agencies to support people most affected by the traumatic events of the
Topeka State officials on Monday said the reorganization of two social welfare agencies will deliver better care more efficiently, but said people who use those agencies shouldn't see any differences in how they access services...Gov. Jeff Colyer
Follow j. on and Like most nonprofits today, Jewish organizations struggle to fulfill all the needs of their client base with limited resources, as competition for funding dollars climbs, government support declines and staff are stretched thin.
Less federal funding is available to meet the continued demand of public service agencies, and housing and accessibility projects. That leaves gaps requiring agencies to help each other more than usual to provide assistance to area residents in need.
Mandating contraception coverage is an attack on faith-based charities U.S. President Barack Obama announces a compromise and says the administration will not require religious institutions to pay for birth control for their employees, during remarks