Good Works

February 25 2016

Poverty isn’t just about lack of money. It’s a condition that disrupts people’s lives in profound ways.

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January 01 2016

After prosecuting crimes committed against women and children for nearly three decades, Karen Hayter now works to prevent such crimes fro

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December 01 2015

She’s 91, but Sister Grace Scola is still growing.

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November 01 2015

When Tinashe Chaponda set out to connect college and high school students with community service opportunities, he knew better than to re

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September 01 2015

When it comes to health care, 10,000 to 15,000 Kalamazoo County residents are believed to be uninsured, underinsured or undocumented, say

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September 01 2015

Wearing gloves and armed with branch cutters on a wet Saturday morning, Ralph Shoub and about a dozen of his neighbors are chopping and r

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August 01 2015

Driving down Riverview Drive north of Parchment, one could easily miss the SHALOM Shepherd’s Barn.

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July 01 2015

If it’s Tuesday, then there ‘s a good chance the Toolmen are out.

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July 01 2015

In 2012, Scott Doherty made his first trip to Jamaica, taking his family and church’s youth group on a mission trip.

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May 28 2015

Sometimes when a Little Brother or Sister gets matched with a Big Brother or Big Sister, he or she gets more than expected — a Big Family

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