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  • Lion of Judah event features Charles Krauthammer

    Lion of Judah event features Charles Krauthammer
    Charles Krauthammer, American Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist, author, political commentator and physician, whose weekly column is syndicated to more than 400 newspapers worldwide, was featured guest speaker at last week's Jewish Federation of...
  • Dan Crimmins: Special funds that give much

    "It is every man's obligation," said Albert Einstein, "to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it." If you agree and have wondered about starting a private foundation to control the spending of your charitable...
  • Kandy Kane Ball brings the toys for Chicago Children's Charities

    Kandy Kane Ball brings the toys for Chicago Children's Charities
    For the 12th annual Kandy Kane Ball, over 800 holiday revelers showed up at Joe's Bar Chicago with toys in hand to donate to Chicago Children's Charities, the evening's beneficiary. Described as the city's largest private toy drive by event organizers,...
  • Margaret Lorraine SpragueJuly 24, 1920 - January 3, 2015

    Margaret Lorraine Sprague<br/>July 24, 1920 - January 3, 2015
    Margaret Lorraine Sprague passed away peacefully on January 3rd, 2015 in her Corona Del Mar, CA home. Margaret, known as Peggie to her many friends, was born in Porterville, CA on July 24th, 1920. She was a dynamic and generous woman, well known for her...
  • One Hope United programs helps young families navigate difficulties

    One Hope United programs helps young families navigate difficulties
    She was 14 and pregnant. A freshman at Waukegan High School, Stephanie Mentado knew she was on a path toward a highly uncertain, possibly dangerous future. "From then on, my life completely changed," she said of the moment she determined she was...
  • Don't Tamper With UConn Foundation's Success

    Don't Tamper With UConn Foundation's Success
    There's little argument among educators, policy makers and pundits that the number one issue facing higher education is affordability and accessibility. At many campuses the cost of a college degree is rising faster than a family's ability to pay for it....
  • Bethlehem industrial museum must open in two years, attorney general says

    Bethlehem industrial museum must open in two years, attorney general says
    The National Museum of Industrial History has struggled for 18 years to turn a century-old Bethlehem Steel shop into a museum befitting the display of its Smithsonian Institution collection. Now, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has given the...
  • The Crowd: Debutantes have a ball at Hotel Irvine

    The Crowd: Debutantes have a ball at Hotel Irvine
    It's all about passing the torch from generation to generation. Twenty-five young women were presented to Orange County society at the 54th debutante ball produced by the Newport Chapter of National Charity League Inc. The ceremony took place Nov. 29 over...
  • For Bethlehem witnesses, Tollefson trial emotional

    For Bethlehem witnesses, Tollefson trial emotional
    DOYLESTOWN — To John Jaindl, Don Tollefson wasn't just a famous Philly sportscaster who came to his Bethlehem bar, Tally Ho Tavern, when the Eagles were at training camp at Lehigh University each summer. Tollefson was a friend. So, when...
  • Evanston receives $24,467 Lowe's Community Partners Grant

    The Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation has awarded a $24,467 Lowe’s Community Partners grant to the City of Evanston for improvements to the Mason Park Fieldhouse. The City of Evanston will use the grant to upgrade the preteen and...
  • Children learn the spirit of philanthropy

    Children learn the spirit of philanthropy
    It's always said that charity begins at home. But in Boynton Beach now it also begins in preschool. Throughout the month, students at The Learning Experience, a child development center, are being taught lessons on selflessness and giving as part of its...