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Board taking applications for emergency food, shelter programs

GREENWOOD — The Emergency Food and Shelter Program of Leflore County has received $19,300 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports that a local board is taking applications through Friday from nonprofit agencies in the county. Agencies must be eligible for federal money and have shown they can deliver emergency food, shelter or both. They must ...

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Humana and Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation partnering

NATCHEZ — Humana Inc. and the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation have formed a partnership aimed at improving the health of Adams County by 20 percent by 2020. The multi-year initiative from Humana and the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) will work with people in Adams County to remove barriers to well-being and improve the health of Mississippians. ...

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Deadline approaching for PNPs affected by spring storms

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding eligible private non-profit (PNP) organizations in Mississippi of the July 11 deadline to submit disaster loan applications for damages caused by severe storms, tornadoes and flooding between April 28 and May 3, 2014. PNPs that provide non-critical services located in the following counties are eligible to apply:  Itawamba, Jones, Leake, Lee, ...

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TURNER: Mississippi Non-Profits: Paying it Forward

Ever Reaching Community Outreach began as a small, grass-roots group dedicated to helping one family in need, and has now grown to an organization helping many needy individuals and families around the Magnolia State. In a recent meeting with Van and Tammy Brun, who were instrumental in getting the group organized, up and running, we discussed their mission and scope ...

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South Mississippi Housing and Development CEO steps down

GULFPORT, Mississippi – Demetria Simpson, CEO and president of South Mississippi Housing and Development Corp., has resigned from the affordable housing nonprofit, according to a Thursday news release. In February, she will become executive director at R³SM, a regional United Way agency committed to long-term community recovery. Simpson, whose last day will be Wednesday, has been at the helm of ...

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Charity enters consent agreement with SoS

OCEAN SPRINGS — The chairwoman of the nonprofit Asian Americans for Change has agreed to repay $10,000 in personal compensation from AAC she was unable to document and the organization agreed to a $2,000 fine in a consent agreement with the secretary of state’s office. The Sun Herald reports that the secretary of state’s charity division found Gai Kaitlin Truong ...

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Deadline looms for disaster assistance from SBA

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI — The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding private non-profit organizations (PNPs) in Mississippi that Nov. 19 is the deadline to submit Economic Injury Disaster Loan applications. These loans are available from the SBA for damages caused by severe storms, tornadoes and flooding that began on Feb. 10, 2013. PNPs located in the following counties that provide non-critical ...

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USDA grant aimed at improving health of Delta clinic

One of the most pressing needs in the Mississippi Delta is adequate health care, and a recent federal grant will hopefully help a facility in Leland better serve the community. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded a $900,000 grant to the Delta Health Alliance (DHA) for renovations to the Leland Medical Clinic. Alliance CEO Karen Matthews told the Delta ...

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Hosemann not feeling generous toward unauthorized charity

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is not feeling real charitable toward Bit by Bit Equine, and he is warning Mississippians not to get in the saddle with the Pearl-based charity. Hosemann says Bit by Bit Equine is not registered with the state as is required by law, and continues to solicit donations in Mississippi despite a cease and desist order ...

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Epps receives letter asking to leave work centers open

AROUND MISSISSIPPI — Faith-based groups and advocates led by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the ACLU are asking Mississippi prison officials to drop plans to close four community work centers. Inmates in the centers do chores for local governments. The groups sent a letter to Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps this week, saying the work centers give inmates a chance ...

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