Monthly Archives: May 2011

Bucketworks Gives Creativity Space

Bucketworks In a Nutshell: The non-profit is a co-working, meetup, and practice space for creative professionals. The world’s first health club for the brain: instead of exercise equipment, Bucketworks has tools and equipment you can use to create just about … Continue reading

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America SCORES Chicago Gives Soccer Mainstream Hope

America SCORES Chicago In A Nutshell: Empower public school students in urban communities using soccer, writing, creative expression, and service-learning. All of their programs require children to use the teamwork they learn on the soccer field to support each other … Continue reading

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Recycle Ann Arbor Gives Recycling Robotic Respect

Recycle Ann Arbor In A Nutshell: Recycle Ann Arbor currently operates the state’s largest community Drop-Off Station, the ReUse Center (store for used goods), the Ann Arbor curbside recycling program, and Calvert’s Roll-Off Containers (construction recycling organization). Why They Rock: … Continue reading

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Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Gives Green City Life

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) In A Nutshell: They unite people to build community and transform public spaces through aesthetic and environmental improvement in the Indianapolis area. Why They Rock: Each year, KIB supports an average of 500 community improvement projects … Continue reading

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Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House Gives 5 Star Community

Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House In A Nutshell: Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House is like a friendly hotel (minimum charge if any) that allows families to remain close by their children receiving medical treatment (for seriously ill kids) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital … Continue reading

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Give Running Gives Old Shoes to New Souls

Give Running In A Nutshell: They collect, clean, and then donate all types of new and used shoes to disadvantaged youth in Third-World nations and local inner-city communities. Why They Rock: The organization is active throughout the United States with … Continue reading

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