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Volunteers in the News, Business, Patch's House & Home
Vote by April 30 to help the Cleveland Foodbank continue filling book bags with meals for children in need.
Volunteers in the News
Cleveland Foodbank blogger Nancy Kelsey says one dollar creates four meals for families in need.
Justin Bachman, a 15-year-old Solon High student, has organized a second Tolerance Fair scheduled for Sunday at the I-X Center.
After a successful tolerance fair in Solon in 2011, Justin Bachman and his family are planning a much larger event at the I-X Center on March 10.
Orchard Middle School student Andrew Friedman grew his hair long, and then chopped it off to help other kids.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
The next distribution of the Solon Mobile Food Pantry is scheduled for Jan. 22 at the Church of the Resurrection in Solon.
Keep an eye on parents and other loved ones while you're together over the holidays.
The Solon church is holding its fifth annual Day of Mission, in which volunteers spread out through the area and to give back.
Joan Groening of Hands, Hearts & Homes Outreach has been working for six years to collect and provide free furniture for the region's poor
Volunteers in the News, Elections
A study by the Chronicle of Philanthropy draws connections between how a community voted in the 2008 presidential election and their charitable generosity. Do you agree?
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