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The feminist icon was in St. Petersburg, Florida, to campaign against Amendment 6. She also criticized presidential candidate Mitt Romney as an 'extremist.'
This is a tale of caregivers, philanthropy, stewardship and rock 'n’ roll.
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Parents, educators and students all play a role in keeping our schools safe.
The Spring of Tampa Bay has partnered with Ad2 Tampa Bay to develop a statewide social marketing campaign, "i own me," empowering youths to set boundaries and prevent violence.
Some caregivers have a creative way of fostering a realistic understanding of poverty.
So you want to help people for a living? Here's one caregiver's story and some resources to get you started.
These volunteer caregivers protect the rights of the most vulnerable youths in our community.
Ginger Muffin made a big impression for such a little thing running through the rain into our lives, and then quickly back out again.
Homelessness among children and families is a growing problem in the Tampa Bay area, and there are many opportunities to help serve this community.
Taking breaks and attending to their own needs can help these dedicated men and women stay at their most effective.
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