As governments, businesses, and individuals scramble to respond to the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic, those of us who work in the social sector rightly ask what we can do to effectively contribute.
Make your plans to take part in the urban orchard planting on March 14th at Sara Sims Park in Boynton.
With funding from Gulf Coast, the Sheriff’s Office has hired two full-time “re-entry navigators,” who will connect inmates to reintegration programs before and after they leave the county jail.
Over 63 enriching programs for your children. Online registration starts Saturday, Feb 29 at 9am.
Learn about the qualifications and pay of early childhood educations, new insights on brain science, the impact of rigorous grading practices, the role of advanced placement classes in closing achievement gaps, and more education news.
The Vice President of the Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Committee is working to raise more money for scholarship funds that are specifically for black students, such as the Helios Education Foundation grant.
The hope of the $33.1 million pool is to generate $150 million in investments for projects that address climate change, affordable housing or small businesses led by minority entrepreneurs or headquartered in low-income areas.
Monthly developmental and leadership courses for nonprofits from the Edyth Bush Institute are on tap for Ocala.
For the 22nd consecutive year, Great Place to Work and Fortune have honored JM Family Enterprises as one of the 2020 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For®.
Join Knight Foundation and PBS NewsHour's Hari Sreenivasan starting at 9 a.m. ET This Tuesday Feb. 25th for the livestream of the 2020 Knight Media Forum,