Tyler Perry, the director who won the humanitarian honor at the Academy Awards, spoke of unity during his acceptance speech Sunday and said his mother taught him as a boy to refuse hate and refuse to succumb to “blanket judgments.” OSCARS: COMPLETE LIST OF WINNERS “And in this time, with all of
CHARLESTON, W.Va – On February 8, WV KIDS COUNT released an Issue Brief on the rising numbers of children and youth experiencing homelessness across the state of West Virginia. The brief explained youth homelessness and its surrounding issues provided by the West Virginia Department of Education, and identify resources available
The City of Austin approved buying the Candlewood Suites in northwest Austin, which also sits partially in Williamson County. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Williamson County commissioners gave the green light to their general counsel to start interviewing law firms on Tuesday, propelling the county toward a lawsuit against the City
Oregon’s first motel-turned-apartment complex will open for limited occupancy in March, five months after the state allocated $65 million to buy and convert motels into temporary homes for wildfire victims and others experiencing homelessness. A nonprofit, Options for Helping Residents of Ashland, will receive $4.2 million from the state through
ALBANY — Everything Paul Collins-Hackett needed to know about leadership, he learned by reading Batman comics. The executive director of the literacy program The RED Bookshelf believes (to quote Batman): that anything is possible, that our actions define us, and that it matters not where you start the race but
GE Appliances kicks off national tradeshow presence with $35,000 donation to HomeAid America IRVINE, Calif. – February 9, 2021 – (Newswire.com) GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, kicked off Day One of the 2021 National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show
Gov. Andy Beshear announced a $380,000 donation from the Team Kentucky Fund to 19 qualified nonprofit organizations in equal shares of $20,000. Each nonprofit serves Kentuckians by preventing homelessness and/or assisting families impacted by the opioid epidemic. “This gift wouldn’t be possible without the incredible generosity of Kentuckians. Going forward,
A CHILDREN’S welfare charity has described a “scandalous” increasing number of homeless youths in Glasgow as “deeply concerning”. In just four years, the number of young people residing in temporary accommodation has almost doubled. Figures have revealed that as of March 2020, 2385 children were deemed as homeless in Glasgow.