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Emil Ogden, who died Monday, left philanthropic mark on Bryan-College Station

July 25, 2017 10:26 pm Published by ''+ ''+

The path to earning and spending millions took Emil Ogden on some surprising twists -- a short baseball career that brought him face to face with Jackie Robinson, trumpet gigs with big-band groups and a children's show.

But throughout it all, those who knew Ogden best say he was uniquely aware of the Depression-era one-room house he grew up in and did his best to give back to those in a tight spot.

Ogden died of heart failure at the age of 89 Monday, leaving behind six children, 22 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and his own philanthropic mark on Bryan-College Station.

"We always improved things," said Steve Ogden, Emil Ogden's oldest son and former state senator.

Visting Research Associate, Giving USA

July 25, 2017 9:43 pm Published by Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy - Visting Research Associate, Giving USA | Jobs | PND

Located on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy builds on the strength of thirty years of research, training and outreach activity. Collaborating closely with the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the IU School of Liberal Arts, among others, the Lilly Family School's twenty core and over

thirty affiliate faculty members draw on an expansive and collegial community of scholars and practitioners from a multiplicity of disciplines devoted to the serious study of philanthropy.

Degree programs include the PhD, MA, and BA degrees in Philanthropic Studies. The school's Research and International Programs Department is known for researching Giving USA and The Philanthropy Panel Study among many other projects.

The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy seeks an exceptional colleague to join the research and international programs department at the first school of its kind. Una Osili, Search Committee Chair
Associate Dean for Research and International Programs

Professor of Economics and Philanthropic Studies
IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
University Hall, Suite 3000
301 University Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

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Funding secured for Head Start

July 25, 2017 9:41 pm Published by Department of Health and Human Resources Administration for Children and Families and will be given to Head Start programs in order to continue to serve local families.

The individual grants were for Northern Panhandle Head Start Inc., for $5,410,140 and $4,579,038 for the Regional Education Service Agency 8.

Head Start is a federal program that was created to promote school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social and emotional development.

For this benefit program, recipients must be a resident of the state of West Virginia in order to qualify.

Children in foster care, homeless children, and children from families receiving public assistance (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families or Supplemental Security Income) are also eligible for Head Start and Early Head Start services regardless of income.

Heidi Bach Arvin, Head Start director for the Regional Education Service Agency 8, said that the grant has helped her agency greatly.

"Our kids deserve the best chances at success, and it is important to invest in programs like Head Start that will lead the next generation to a brighter tomorrow. It is vital that we have programs like Head Start to pave the way for our children and families and help guarantee them the best academic experience possible," Manchin said.

"This funding will continue to help these programs provide access to the education, health and social services that our families and children need to thrive today and in the future."

Sen.

"Head Start programs have been key in guiding young West Virginians on a path toward success," Capito said.

"That's why I am glad to see this substantial funding headed to programs in West Virginia so they can continue providing our next generation of students with health and educational services that will enhance their lives."

The grant project period is from July 1, 2014 June 30, 2019 and the grant budget period is valid from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. ` Comet Cache is Fully Functional ) -->

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Area foundation seeks applications for grants

July 25, 2017 9:30 pm Published by

Submitted photo In 2016, the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund supported the Mini-Grants to Teachers program by establishing an endowment at the Community Foundation with a $25,000 matching fund challenge. The Foundation awards between $600,000 and $750,000 in grants and scholarships annually.

One fund is the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund. That fund awards grants to Martinsburg/Berkeley County nonprofit organizations, schools, technical institutes, universities and government agencies. Grants are provided to help fund projects and programs that focus on economic development, business recruitment, job creation, workforce development, career training and job skills development.

"When they set that up they did it to benefit Berkeley County nonprofit organizations," said Michael Whalton, Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation.

During the past several years, grants from the Fund have been awarded to Blue Ridge CTC, Panhandle Home Health, Shepherd University Martinsburg Center and Hospice of the Panhandle for their Building the Dream Campaign.

This year, applications are being accepted until July 31st and a total of $28,000 in grants will be awarded by the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund.

Visit EWVCF.org to download the guidelines and an application.

The Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation works with donors to establish endowed funds to support favorite nonprofit organizations and charitable causes. From the income and gains, EWVCF annually awards funds in grants to other nonprofit organizations and scholarships to college bound students in Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties. ` Comet Cache is Fully Functional ) -->

Area foundation seeks applications for grants

July 25, 2017 9:30 pm Published by

Submitted photo In 2016, the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund supported the Mini-Grants to Teachers program by establishing an endowment at the Community Foundation with a $25,000 matching fund challenge. The Foundation awards between $600,000 and $750,000 in grants and scholarships annually.

One fund is the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund. That fund awards grants to Martinsburg/Berkeley County nonprofit organizations, schools, technical institutes, universities and government agencies. Grants are provided to help fund projects and programs that focus on economic development, business recruitment, job creation, workforce development, career training and job skills development.

"When they set that up they did it to benefit Berkeley County nonprofit organizations," said Michael Whalton, Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation.

During the past several years, grants from the Fund have been awarded to Blue Ridge CTC, Panhandle Home Health, Shepherd University Martinsburg Center and Hospice of the Panhandle for their Building the Dream Campaign.

This year, applications are being accepted until July 31st and a total of $28,000 in grants will be awarded by the Berkeley County Industrial Park Development Fund.

Visit EWVCF.org to download the guidelines and an application.

The Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation works with donors to establish endowed funds to support favorite nonprofit organizations and charitable causes. From the income and gains, EWVCF annually awards funds in grants to other nonprofit organizations and scholarships to college bound students in Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties. ` Comet Cache is Fully Functional ) -->

Youth program works to help teens learn about themselves

July 25, 2017 9:18 pm Published by

Throughout the year, the Tri-County Youth Services Bureau offers anger management sessions and other programs that help teenagers learn ways to manage their emotions, develop social skills and prepare them for adulthood.

Founded in 1971, the bureau is a community-based, non-residential, delinquency prevention organization that serves the youth and their families, said Laurel James, executive director of the bureau.

aOur goal is to prevent kids from entering the juvenile system,a James said.

When the bureau was first established, it offered services to about 100 people in Southern Maryland.

Jones said one of the benefits of the group is that many kids walk away with a feeling of being accepted and that they are not alone in feeling the emotions they feel.

aThey have people to talk to, and they can guide each other,a she said.

Other than the anger management sessions, the nonprofit also offers other programs, including Ready 4 Life that prepares teenagers for adulthood and Youth Leadership Development that helps them develop leadership skills.

The registration fee for the anger management program in St.

Communities in Schools recipient of grant

July 25, 2017 9:07 pm Published by

Pictured are Paul White, community foundation president and CEO, from left; Jim Weidhass, chair, CIS Board of Directors; Lynn Love, executive director, CIS and Jack Kilgore, member, community foundation board of directors.

Community Foundation names executive committee members

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19, 2007April 12, 2007April 5, 2007 Larry Hobbs is the new chairman of the board of trustees of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation. Craig Folk will serve as vice chair and governance committee chair; Howard Leland will serve as treasurer/finance committee chair; and Guy E. Hobbs joined the Foundation board in July 2009 and brings with him experience and knowledge received from the medical field since 1985. The foundation invested $5 million in grants and programs to the community.

Community Foundation names executive committee members

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19, 2007April 12, 2007April 5, 2007 Larry Hobbs is the new chairman of the board of trustees of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation. Craig Folk will serve as vice chair and governance committee chair; Howard Leland will serve as treasurer/finance committee chair; and Guy E. Hobbs joined the Foundation board in July 2009 and brings with him experience and knowledge received from the medical field since 1985. The foundation invested $5 million in grants and programs to the community.


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