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In today's installment of People Making a Difference, Elizabeth Weaver takes you to Broome County, NY. One group there is doing "extreme homemakers" to the rooms of ill children.
Ex-convicts can have a tough time finding jobs and homes once they are released from prison. That is where Haven Development comes in. Elizabeth Weaver speaks with Wayne Blow, who is one of the people heading up the Prison Project in Pennsylvania.
In this week's "People Making a Difference" feature, FLN's Elizabeth Weaver spotlights a national organization that is involved in the Ironman Duathlon of community service projects.
You may not think much about your footwear, but there are many poor people who do not take their shoes for granted. In this week's People Making a Difference, FLN's Elizabeth Weaver spotlights a national organization that is taking steps to cover the feet of the poor.
FLN's Elizabeth Weaver introduces you to an organization out of Pennsburg, PA that is stamping out malnutrition and disease in kids across the world. To learn more about the Mama Project, visit mamaproject.org.
Today marks the one week anniversary of the tragic shooting in Binghamton, when a disturbed 41 year old man walked into the American Civic Association building and killed 13 people before taking his own life. FLN News pays tribute to some pretty remarkable people who are doing some amazing work in the Parlor City in the midst of unspeakable tragedy.
The Barnabas Center and Booth House are two shelters run by the Salvation Army in Syracuse for troubles teens who are homeless or have run away from home. The Army work towards repairing their family relationships, getting them through school and helping them find (and keep) jobs.
In this week's "People Making a Difference" feature, FLN's Elizabeth Weaver takes us to a college campus in Olean, NY. There is a group of volunteers at St. Bonaventure University that is changing the surrounding community.
FLN's Elizabeth Weaver shines the spotlight on a DuBois, PA ministry that is changing lives in the Caribbean.
In this week's "People Making a Difference" feature, FLN's Elizabeth Weaver takes us to Buffalo to highlight one ministry's inner-city work. Peace of the City is active in three different locations around the Queen City. It offers a multitude of programs for kids and families, including their literacy initiative and homework club.