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Want to do more? Whether you’re a small business owner, a nonprofit advocate, passionate about the environment or a lover of the arts, we hope you take a moment to see what’s happening in your community and share it with others.
Jan 09, 2012
Bank of America was recognized by the White House for its support of mentoring programs that help youth attain academic and career success leading to long-term financial stability… learn More about Bank of America Recognized for Support of Youth Mentoring and Employment
Nov 01, 2011
See how a passion for doing what they loved led Gina and Vince Marsaglia to open a thriving Pizza Port and craft brewery business in San Diego… learn More about Pizza and Craft Brew: A Recipe for Entrepreneurial Success in San Diego
A Grant to the Northern Illinois Food Bank—and Help from Volunteers—Delivers Food Directly to Hungry Families
Nov 06, 2011
Since 1983, the Northern Illinois Food Bank (NIFB) has provided food to people in need in 13 northern Illinois counties… learn More about A Grant to the Northern Illinois Food Bank—and Help from Volunteers—Delivers Food Directly to Hungry Families
Support for the Whitney Museum of American Art provides access to the arts for the New York community
Nov 15, 2011
The Whitney, with one of the finest collections of 20th and 21st century American art, has long faced the issue of how to make its nearly 20,000 masterworks accessible to all—in a city that’s world renowned as a leader in art and culture. One of the key ways the Museum addresses this issue is through its signature outreach and education initiative, Artreach… learn More about Support for the Whitney Museum of American Art provides access to the arts for the New York community
Nov 01, 2011
Homelessness, poverty, incarceration and drug addiction contribute to San Francisco’s 11.6% poverty rate. These crippling social problems impact not only the individuals experiencing them, but also surrounding communities… learn More about Working on Bikes to Break the Cycle of Poverty