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Braircliff Manor Resident Competing for the Man of the Year Award

Eric T. Lebenson, resident of Briarcliff Manor, was recently nominated as the a "Man of the Year" candidate for the Westchester/Hudson Valley chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The...more

Efforts Paid off for 30 Highland School District Teachers

Thirty school teachers got their due for their outstanding achievements. Highland Foundation awards deserving employees to encourage employees to work harder and aim higher. Proceeds are used to fund...more

Mini Grants Awarded to Teachers

Mini grants worth $33,000 were awarded to teachers last May 2012 by the District 15 Educational Foundation Mini-Grant program. The grants will be used for implementation of programs or projects or...more

Local Millenials Enrich Community through Philanthropy

Capital Cause , a D.C. nonprofit founded by Kezia Williams, is spending their money and hours to local community projects. Capital Cause members are local Millennials and most of them are...more


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India’s Rural Folk Saves Walking Miles with a Rural Utility Vehicle

India’s Rural Folk Saves Walking Miles with a Rural Utility Vehicle
In rural India, men, women and children are still trekking on foot for miles to retrieve...



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