LOCAL PHILANTHROPIST LEGACY LIVES ON
|Fight for Children's founder, Joseph Robert, Jr., passed away, according to the Washington Post. |
In a statement released by Fight for Children's Executive Director, Michela English, she mentioned "It is not an overstatement to say that tens of thousands of low-income children in the District of Columbia are better off today because of Joe Robert."
|released "Criminalizing Crisis," which that found there was an increase in local laws criminalizing homelessness across the country.
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Capital Area Asset Builders was included in a story about new poverty data in the Census in the New York Times.
The Center for Nonprofit Advancement has opened registration for the 2012 class of Project LEAP (Leaders Emerging through Ability and Potential).
The Central American Resource Center was named Latino Nonprofit of the Year by the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, reports The Epoch Times.
DC Action for Children's HyeSook Chung commented on the rise in poverty among children in The Washington Examiner.
DC SCORES' Annual Poetry Slam was featured on WUSA9.
The Father McKenna Center's food assistance programs, which are supplied by The Capital Area Food Bank, were featured on MyFoxDC.
Fight for Children's DC School Chooser, created in partnership with GreatSchools, was mentioned in The Washington Post.
Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena named Neal Henderson its new hockey director, according to The Washington Post and a Washington Capitals Caps Care article.
|See our online Member Event Calendar for more events.|
December 9: Marymount University's Reston Center presents a Graduate Business Programs Information Session from 12-1:30pm.
December 14: Join The Human Services Coalition of Prince George's County for their December Ideas & Info Luncheon, where they will take a look at the Proposed 2013 Prince George's County Budget.
January 12: The Consumer Health Foundation holds its Annual Meeting on "Connecting Communities: Advancing Regional Solutions for Health Equity" featuring Angela Glover Blackwell of PolicyLink.
January 17-20: The Center for Leadership Innovation presents the 2012 National Summit in New Orleans.
January 20: Join Nathan Monell, the Executive Director at National Community and Education Partnerships, for Leadership Arlington's three-part series, "The Myths and Realities of Nonprofit Human Resources."
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