Archive for May, 2010

dateMay 27, 2010 userPosted by: article “Ten Things You Should Know About Poverty In America”

Ten Things You Should Know About Poverty In America by SARAH NELSON, Contributing Writer posted on The overwhelming statistics of global poverty often overshadow the very real issue of poverty in America. With the collapse of the housing market and a painfully stagnant economy, millions of Americans are facing hunger, homelessness and unrelenting debt.

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dateMay 27, 2010 userPosted by:

NWA Haiti Relief Info & Next Steps

Thank you to all who attended the NWA Haiti Relief meeting on Tuesday, May 26th.  It was amazing to see all of those with a deep desire to make a difference in the lives of the people of Haiti. A few things were clear… There are many relief efforts already underway by the incredible people of

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dateMay 26, 2010 userPosted by:

May 26th Update on The Farm

We caught up with Gary out on The Farm for an update. If you would like to get involved with The Farm, please visit The Farm initiative page.

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dateMay 7, 2010 userPosted by:

The Garden & connecting with Samaritan Community Center

The Garden initiative has been in operation since Sept of last year and it has continually been in a process of shaping, evolving & finding new ways to serve our Community.  In that spirit, we are excited to announce a shift of the Jones Center kitchen team to relocate to the We currently have an incredible

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dateMay 6, 2010 userPosted by:

NWA Haiti Relief Collaboration Meeting May 25th

Over the past few months many incredible people from NW Arkansas have been a part of Haiti relief efforts. It has been incredible to see the local response to the unimaginable needs in Haiti, but we know this community is incredible.  Those efforts in Haiti are making an impact as they partner with some incredible

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dateMay 5, 2010 userPosted by:

Shear Kindness serves students at R.E. Baker Elementary School

Posted by Emily Kaler, Cobblestone Project Founding Member… Shear Kindness makes its way into our first school! With the help of local stylists (Mia Bella Salon in Bentonville) donating their time and skills, Shear Kindness was able to work with R.E. Baker in providing free haircuts to some of our students. Permission slips went home

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