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Giving Back

Last Updated: Jan 25, 2017 11:00AM • Subscribe via RSSATOM

A story about a non-profit, business or community member that gives back to the community

Bringing Books to Children in Need, Courtesy of Danay Ferguson’s Reading Heart

Jan 25, 2017 ● By Kendra Kaiserman

Ten-year-old Danay Ferguson is on a mission to give every child a free book to have as his or her own.

Able Advocates of Fresno Aids Families with Special Needs Children

Dec 26, 2016 ● By Jordan Venema

Parents know. Besides the obvious connection that a mother shares with her child, parents just know when something isn’t right.

Making the World a Better Place with STEM

Dec 14, 2016 ● By Kendra Kaiserman

During this time of year, many families are looking for ways to give back to their communities.

Family Services of Tulare County Provides a Helping Hand with the Santa Store

Nov 23, 2016 ● By Ben Ralph

Thanksgiving is behind us, and some gave thanks by giving back. Whether by donating time or food, Thanksgiving was an opportunity to be grateful for what has been given and to help those...

Food Pantries in the South Valley

Oct 24, 2016 ● By Ben Ralph

The holiday season is upon us, and since ‘tis the season for giving, there’s no better time to look into local opportunities for paying it forward.

Happy Trails Riding Academy Provides Horse Therapy for Riders with Disabilities

Sep 23, 2016 ● By Jordan Venema

If dog is man’s best friend, then what should we say about the relationship between man and horse, which is arguably the most significant bond a person can share with another creature...

City Without Orphans

Aug 26, 2016 ● By Jordan Venema

Children are our future, but as valuable as they are, they are also vulnerable, and none more so than the orphans, those children without an advocate.

A World Perspective with Lanna Coffee

Jul 26, 2016 ● By Jordan Venema

The word translates to “land of a thousand rice fields,” but “Lanna” has come to mean hope for many Thai families.

Blind Babies, A Program of Junior Blind of America

Jun 24, 2016 ● By Jordan Venema

Sight is so essential to our development and daily lives that we can hardly communicate without referring to vision – to see is to believe, love at first sight, looking for trouble ...

Young Men's Initiative

May 27, 2016 ● By Ronda Ball

Eddie Valero knows he had the kind of educational opportunities that very few students will ever get – especially those growing up in smaller, more rural towns like Cutler and Orosi.
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