Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thank you Volunteers!

We would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers that came out on September 8th to support our 9/11 Project Green Day of Service and Remembrance! After opening ceremonies at the Maryland World War II Memorial, volunteers collected, catalogued … Continue reading

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Doing Good Together launches new initiative

“On Oct. 1, Doing Good Together launches an exciting new initiative called Big-Hearted Families, and you can get a preview now.  At the core are dozens of easy and engaging activities that make service fun. And they can be started at … Continue reading

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Generation Next: College and Career Summit

Join the Anne Arundel County Community Action Agency for an information packed summit to inform teens and their parents of higher education opportunities and the pathways to achieving them! Attendees will explore: The college admissions process Funding a college education … Continue reading

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Take the Bite Out of the Cold

H.O.P.E. (For All)   and Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce Invite you to “take the bite out of the cold” by donating gently used winter coats, jackets, scarves, hats, and gloves to their curbside pickup at the Glen Burnie Town … Continue reading

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Jonas Green Service Project in Memory of 9/11

All of it duly noted on data cards: The deer carcass. The women’s underwear. The bags full of bicycle parts and tossed-away plastic and glass bottles.  To continue reading click here . Article courtesy of Wendi Winters, Capital Gazette

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Sarah’s House 25th Anniversary Educational Symposium

A close examination of poverty reveals that it is about much more than money alone. Poverty results from a number of factors that include political, social, and economic dynamics. For instance, as the country shifts from a manufacturing to a … Continue reading

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To Improve Student Achievement, Start With Service

Blog By: Steve Culbertson, YSA’s President & CEO Last week, PDK/Gallup released the latest results of its study of Americans’ attitudes toward public education. Titled “A Nation Divided,” the report exposes deep rifts over hot-button issues like teacher evaluation and school vouchers. But … Continue reading

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