Mentors in Toledo Schools (MiTS) volunteers focus on literacy tutoring for kindergarten through third grade students to enhance their classroom performance.
“You’re doing well,” my friends say. My husband has spent the last month in the hospital, and his future is bleak. I’m anything but “well.” My previous passions are now colorless. I haven’t been to art classes. I’m not reading. I have no interest in my veterinarian TV shows. Yet, still, I’m moving forward with life pursuits even though my love of 50 years is not with me.
Before you visit a dispensary, there are a few crucial steps that you’ll need to take first.
Steve Serchuk helps kids learn the necessary skills to succeed in their future careers by working with Junior Achievement of Northwest Ohio, an organization that fosters entrepreneurship and financial literacy with in-school programs. As a JA instructor, the Toledo native has been involved in this work for more than 20 years now, teaching 10 and
We’ve been told that America is “graying,” and that is starting to affect volunteer organizations as younger folks aren’t stepping in to pick up the slack causing many service organizations to fold. But that is not the case with Kiwanis International.
Founded in 1967, Mobile Meals of Toledo is an indispensable resource to those in need, providing home deliveries with nutritionally rich meals.
Bethany House supports domestic violence survivors.
After Thanksgiving, we are hit with days focused on shopping— Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Then, #GivingTuesday reminds us to slow down and focus the importance of helping our community. WHAT is #GivingTuesday? #GivingTuesday began in 2012 to kick off the charitable season by using the power of social media and collaboration. Since, the day
Black quarterbacks in the NFL in the 1960s and 1970s were denied opportunities to lead teams and make a living. In 1969 James Harris was an eighth round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills.