2020 Graduates Demonstrate Resilience and Optimism

It’s graduation season in the midst of a global pandemic. While social distancing laws have closed businesses and moved education to online formats, that hasn’t deterred the Class of 2020. “This class has been so adaptable and has remained faithful in finishing the school year in an excellent way,” said Dr. Ronald J. Farrar, Westminster […]

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The Salvation Army of Broward Seeks Non-Perishable Food Donations

The Salvation Army of Broward County is seeking non-perishable food items to help replenish its Food Pantry. Items needed include all canned goods (beans/vegetables, fruit, meat and milk), rice, boxed cereals, pastas and sauces, peanut butter and jelly, oatmeal, granola bars, snacks and other pre-prepared shelf-stable meals. Presently, The Salvation Army of Broward County is […]

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Heart2Heart Outreach Restores Hope To Seniors

It should be no surprise that South Florida has been a hot spot for the Coronavirus since Florida has the highest concentration of older residents in the United States with adults over 65 making up almost 23 percent of Broward residents. Most of us have been sheltering in place to flatten the curve and in […]

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Health Crisis Sparks Unity And Innovation

As the Centers for Disease Control has suspended large gatherings to stop the spread of Covid-19 and flatten the Coronavirus Curve, church and ministry leaders have scrambled to online formats, finding creative ways to meet needs and cultivating community online while maintaining physical distance. Although large multi-site churches have been livestreaming their services for some […]

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Women Engage In Radical Generosity With StrikeForce421

There is a movement of radical generosity building in South Florida and it’s being led by women. By pooling their resources together, women have found they can make a greater impact in meeting the needs of our community, and they’re doing it through a giving circle called StrikeForce421. StrikeForce421 was founded by a group of […]

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Broward Community & Family Health Centers Receives Humana Foundation’s Strategic Community Investment to Address Food Security

The Humana Foundation, philanthropic arm of Humana Inc. for the past 38 years, is investing $415,000 with Broward Community & Family Health Centers (BCFHC) in an effort to address food security via the Engaging Patients Impacting Care (EPIC) project. This investment is part of The Humana Foundation’s Strategic Community Investment Program in Broward County. “We are extremely […]

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Pre-Application Open for New Habitat Homes in Pompano Beach

Open enrollment for Habitat Broward’s homeowner pre-application process for new homes in “A Rick Case Habitat Community” in Pompano Beach is underway online via www.habitatbroward.org. Selected applicants will enjoy affordable homeownership of new single-family homes through interest-free mortgage loans. Centrally located in Florida’s famous Gold Coast, the new Pompano Beach homes are minutes from three miles […]

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Calvary House Restores Men Struggling With Addiction

For Americans under 50 years of age, drug overdose is the leading cause of death, above firearms, motor vehicle crashes or HIV/AIDS. And according to the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, the number of incidences in Florida surpasses the national average. Most everyone knows someone who struggles with addiction, a family member, coworker or […]

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Faith-Based Ministries Invite You to Confront Human Trafficking

Community of Hope Church, in Loxahatchee, invites you to join them for “Confronting Human Trafficking” on February 25th from 7 – 8:30 p.m. This event will bring together faith-based ministries at the forefront of the fight and will feature a 30-minute documentary, produced by Place of Hope, that allows people to really understand the modern […]

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