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Through our 35 local offices, a rural program that reaches more than 2, counties in 45 states, and LISC-founded affiliates and entities, we work with a vast network of community-based partners to make investments in housing, businesses, jobs, education, safety and health. scope that local efforts themselves are able to achieve. The policy work that the Caledon Institute has undertaken in relation to local community initiatives is an attempt to work at a broader contex-tual level. We were involved, for instance, with Opportunities (OP), a community-based poverty reduction initiative in Waterloo by: Program 2 Life International provided educational and financial resources in three primary schools. Tuition and scholarships were also provided for students in Kenya and Djibouti Life provided resources to rebuild a block of classrooms in rural Zimbabwe and classrooms for a Nairobi slum school. Local Initiatives for Education International. featuring our work with the GirlsRun2 program Click to Read More >> Back to Top. [email protected] Powered by Squarespace.
Education Alliance programs, initiatives, and structures provide a link between business, community, and schools to help all students succeed. Successful students are ready for higher education and career opportunities and our community benefits from a more skilled and educated workforce. Books play an important role in children’s social and academic development, and the process of reading, listening, questioning and responding to a story helps to build reflective and critical thinking. Responding to this need and eager to foster stronger home-school connections, Edward Street Child Services created the Book Buddies Program. Governments and donor organizations are eager to support program initiatives that create new family planning services, or expand existing services to reach underserved populations. Funders are interested in a wide variety of new initiatives, such as adolescent services, mobile clinics in rural areas, in-school information, education, and. Support. EJI is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the U.S., challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
FRANKLIN CO., OH (WCMH)– Children throughout Ohio from birth to age five can now be enrolled to receive a free book each month. Ohio First . Kohl’s Cares is committed to giving back to local communities and supporting the causes that matter to you and your neighbors. Browse Kohl’s selection of charitable Kohl’s Cares toys or books today and help give back—% of Kohl's net profit from the sale of these items is given to support happier and healthier communities. Because of. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The Local Donation Program of the International Book Project provides books for classrooms, prison libraries, homeless shelters, after school programs, library bookmobiles, school libraries, and other literacy-based non-profits and is always looking to expand and provide literacy to those in need.