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  • Soros-funded ‘Demand Justice’ group offers to ‘help out’, this time in Florida

    by WorldTribune Staff, November 12, 2018 An organization tied to leftist billionaire George Soros and founded by former staffers of Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign has pitched its tent in Florida to “help out” with the recount effort for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. Demand Justice, which is associated with a “social welfare organization” financed […]

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  • Jeff Bezos' Day One Fund gives $97.5 million to 24 groups helping the homeless

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced 24 recipients of $97.5 million in grants for their work in helping the homeless population. The announcement comes one week after Amazon's HQ2 announcement sparked fears around affordable housing displacement.

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  • Giving Tuesday is awesome: Here are 9 groups you can help

    Sure, “Giving Tuesday," the plea for folks to donate to charity, was a bit of an afterthought following the gargantuan success of “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday.” Still, the idea isn’t so odd: Charitable donations help many people and may someday even come back around to help you should you ever need it.

    Washington Examiner
  • Nonprofit Group Helps Families Of Americans Held Hostage

    Every year, about 200 Americans are taken hostage abroad. A nonprofit group founded by people who have lived through the experience is helping provide families with support and services.

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  • Group helps set up homeless vets with security deposits

    TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - More than a decade of bad decisions, toxic relationships and sleeping inside garages and vacant apartments had left Army veteran Michael Robertson with thoughts of ending his life. It wasn't until he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder that he began seeing a way out. But ...

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  • Group helps set up homeless vets with security deposits

    TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A former comedian and businessman who once was homeless is leading an organization that has helped 2,600 homeless veterans in 20 states get off the streets. And he has gotten help…

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  • Group helps set up homeless vets with security deposits

    More than a decade of bad decisions, toxic relationships and sleeping inside garages and vacant apartments had left Army veteran Michael Robertson with thoughts of ending his life. It wasn't … Click to Continue

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