Volunteers of America


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Volunteers of America

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(Social Welfare) a religious body aimed at reform and relief of human need and resembling the Salvation Army in organization and tenets, founded in New York City in 1896 by Ballington Booth
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Our nations heroes deserve all the support our nation can offer, and the Volunteers of America Mid-States can make a life-changing difference assisting homeless veterans, Senator McConnell said.
The merger was approved by the national Volunteers of America office and the combined affiliates' boards of directors.
Southwest also is actively engaged in the community through sponsorships of the Downtown Denver Partnership, the Denver Nuggets, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Concerts for Kids, Volunteers of America and many more local organizations.
Volunteers of America's retired senior volunteer program (http://bit.ly/lxcawas) can help you find local volunteering opportunities.
Each agency--Maine Department of Labor, Westcare Washington, Inc., Volunteers of America North Louisiana, New Mexico Department of Veterans' Services and Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors--will receive $2 million for two years to help veterans and their families adjust to civilian life.
He was a charitable individual providing financial support to many organizations and gave much of his personal time to the Literacy Volunteers of America Program.
Likewise, in Detroit, Home Depot volunteers created a serene green space --with landscaping and benches--near the new transitional veterans housing facility being built by Volunteers of America.
The 2011 Sabbatical Program leaders are: Kaye Kanne, Juneau Family Birth Center; Jennifer Burkmire, Matanuska Community Health Care; Elaine Dahlgren, Volunteers of America of Alaska; Kristie Young, Native Village of Tetlin; Emily Ennis, Fairbanks Resource Agency; Mollie Boyer, Valley Community for Recycling Solutions; and Ken Fate, Raven Radio Foundation.
"Through the Players Trust, players encourage others to get involved with causes they believe in, and that's why players teamed with Volunteers of America to create the Action Team, a national youth volunteer program.
Volunteers of America is dedicated to helping people in need "including the elderly, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, people with disabilities and those recovering from addictions."
A champion of literacy, Anderson made his theatrical debut on October 19, 1992, at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C., with an original program of storytelling to benefit the Literacy Volunteers of America and the National Center for Family Literacy.
Fortunately, Volunteers of America, Michigan, took a chance on Barker and hired him to manage a budget-challenged property.

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