Monthly Archives: April 2014

Philanthropy Efforts for Veterans

War doesn’t end off the battlefield. It’s a sad truth, but when someone goes to war they are there for a long time, despite their physical location. As a small thank you, civilians should do their best to help veterans adjust to life at home. There is a lot you can do.

Top Summer Volunteer Projects for College Students

Volunteers are needed to work with approximately 100 million Street Children in Delhi, India, who are not in school and spend most of their time on the street. Ten percent of Street Children in Delhi are runaways with 2500 living in and around New Delhi Railway.

Community Organizations Help the Hungry

It truly takes a village to raise a child. Government agencies are not able to meet all the needs of underserved populations because demand exceeds available government resources. Schools and government shelters can provide regular crisis intervention.

Helping to Feed the Hungry

In today's tough economic times, more people than ever are having trouble making ends meet. A great many people have had their work hours reduced to part-time or have lost their jobs completely. Despite the loss of income, the bills keep rolling in every month.

Local Food Drive Ideas for Your Community

Hunger in America is a little known, rarely acknowledged epidemic. In the wealthiest nation on the planet a staggering 1 in 6 households don’t know where their next meal is going to come from, and the problem is only getting worse.

Food Drives Help the Hungry Across the Nation

Families and children have been going hungry for far too long. It is time to come to gather and put a final stop to this problem. We are far too blessed of a county to have anyone hungry.