News and information on the role that government, small business, the nonprofit sector and philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
Zimbra Inc., a communications solution provider, is one company whose leaders have instilled the value of civic engagement to its employees.
According to Chairman and CEO Patrick Brandt, getting...more
A new report from the researchers at the University of Montreal have discovered that glycated hemoglobin levels of kids with type 1 diabetes is associated with household income.
The US Department of Health and Human Services estimated 57,265 children were cut from Head Start services due to sequestration.
Head Start and Early Head Start programs provide preschool for...more
Saeed Al Muntafiq, chairman at Rise, writes a handy guide for the social entrepreneurs since, like any business, in any industry and in any economy, "not everything is perfect".
Saeed lists down...more
Code for America, a social enterprise coding start-up, has launched a new branch in Melbourne, Australia.
The Code for Australia will provide a fellowship program an incubator program and a...more
The Departments of Health and Human Services and Housing and Urban Developed announced $93 million going to 13 states to provide housing and services to low-income people with disabilities.
While there is a growing movement to help find work for people with autism, for some of them starting their own business was the solution.
According to Gregg Ireland, co-founder of Extraordinary...more
Obamacare has reduced individual prescription drug costs by $1,061, the US Health and Human Services (HHS) Department reports.
According to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, these reduced costs...more
Forward Together, an event that will unite over 200 voluntary, community and social enterprise groups, is expected to work closely in partnership with each sector to support each other in...more
A new study recently published in the American Journal of Public Health deemed Twitter as a way to help address certain health issues.
The study, conducted by Jenine K. Harris, PhD, assistant...more