PRLog - Nov. 9, 2011 - MILFORD, Conn. -- The needs landscape in our communities is overwhelming, with the tool belt recession devastating the self employed and interrelated small businesses. As foreclosures.com reports 22.5 million nationwide foreclosure listings, many families have moved in together, living in a state of desperation, month to month. When we add the Senior citizens and unemployed to the equation, we are confronted with a serious problem. Unfortunately. a large number of these families will not reach out for help, presenting a tremendous need for a neighbor to neighbor community support systems.
For those who reach out, we have frontline service programs supported by FeedingAmerica.org and the National Food Bank Network.
This Thanksgiving and Holiday Season, please join the HRI: Arts Integration Into Education Campaign to Support Local Food Banks and Frontline Service Programs through FeedingAmerica.org, the National Food Bank Network and 13,000 local providers in more than 2,500 counties and cities through the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
2010 marked the 20th year anniversary of work in project development and humanitarian operations for Country Music Association Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow. Today, the work that began in 133 cities from Washington, DC to San Francisco (TourdeAmerica.com)
Whereas San Francisco is pleased to honor and Welcome Stephen Apatow to a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Task Force on Hunger and Homelessness, after he has run across this nation on a mission to help focus attention of Americans on the vast problem of hunger and homelessness in the United States. - Proclamation:
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The Humanitarian Resource Institute United Nations Arts Initiative "Promoting the arts as a vehicle for solution oriented strategic planning and development across the globe."