News and information on the role that government, small business, the nonprofit sector and philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
University of Kansas and Notre Dame researchers learned that when parenting coaches texted and called participating moms in a home-based parenting program, they were more likely to learn and use...more
Youth homeless supporters in Connecticut claimed that there is a need for better housing to safely house young people in crisis.
According to a report, Invisible No More, released by the homeless...more
A new study finds that young homeless people who have same-sex friends and acquaintances with stable housing are at lower risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Findings also reveal that...more
According to a study appearing in Applied Developmental Science, young adults who care for animals may have stronger social relationships and connection to their communities.
Megan Mueller, Ph.D.,...more
NYU Poly's Center for K12 STEM Education hooks up with leading NYC education nonprofit HEAF to offer STEM education to underserved middle and high school students in the city.
As the demand for...more
Civil society leaders are gearing up for equitable development while the United Nations is working on a scheme to succeed the Millennium Development Goals beyond 2015.
During a recent meeting on...more
Philanthropy in the Greater Fairfield County is ever-growing, as described by the Connecticut Post (CP), Southwestern Connecticut's daily newspaper.
CP will be creating a newspaper section that...more
About 45 elected officials and members of the Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development Alliance has recently hosted an Elected Officials Economic Development Orientation.
The purpose of this...more
Dan Morrison, of The Guardian, speaks about the five stages of grief after a failed social enterprise, and how to cope and recover motivation to be willing to start all over again.
Morrison, as he...more
A new study published in the journal "Autism Research and Treatment" finds that children with autism are more sedentary than their typically-developing peers.
The study were co-authored by Kiley...more