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NORFOLK (Feb. 19, 2009) Sailors sort through food items checking expiration dates while volunteering at The Food Bank of Southeastern Virginia.
The volunteer project was part of a two-day training conference at Naval Station Norfolk to promote the Navy's Community Service Program. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Maddelin Angebrand/Released)

Giving More Than Money

The National Center for Charitable Statistics points out that there are over 1.5 million nonprofits and charitable organizations in the United States, which means that there are literally millions of Americans working to make a difference in the world. Many of the remaining 75% of Americans over the age of 16 who aren’t involved with […]

Special Olympics

Athletics and sports are life-changing experiences for millions of people. Playing a sport can teach important lessons, skills, and values that can help players, especially children, to grow even when they’re off the field. But despite the numerous benefits that they have, sports are not always open to all people. In fact, although they have […]

Beat the Streets Wrestling

It’s easy to find reasons for kids to participate in youth sports. Whether it’s baseball or soccer or football or basketball, youth sports promote an active and healthy lifestyle, they teach skills and discipline, they facilitate friendships, and so much more. However, for many kids who don’t play a sport, it’s not because of a […]

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