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Panelists share challenges and tips for employee engagement in charities.

Organizers say an interstitial report paves the way for 20th anniversary study in 2024.

Daniel Ogunyemi accepts a position at the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences at William & Mary.

The funding from the Environmental Protection Agency goes toward the operations of Springfield Community Gardens.

Upside Down Mercantile sells products made by individuals with Down syndrome.

The Springfield nonprofit arts and culture community tallied direct economic activity of $89.2 million in 2022.

Mountaintop Homes is a housing community for at-risk veterans and mixed-income families.

Grants would advance the Forward SGF comprehensive plan initiative to connect trails within the greenways system.

The Sunderland Foundation makes investment through university’s Fortify the Future campaign.

The sale of the 175-acre wooded property was at a cost of $500,000, roughly 28% of the property’s assessed value of $1.8 million.

Springfield Regional Arts Council announces impact study and annual Ozzie Award winners.

Restore SGF is accepting applications on a rolling basis through Dec. 1 for the Block Challenge Grant Program, which encourages groups of neighbors to work together on exterior home improvements.

The 2022 Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 study finds the industry supports over 13,000 Missouri jobs.

The 40,000 pounds of protein will provide 33,000 meals for the nonprofit’s network.

Rick and Jan Britton have the nonprofit building named after them at dedication ceremony.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, law, marketing and nonprofit.

A study by research firm Technavio predicts a nearly 10% annual growth rate for the private tutoring industry in the United States between 2023 and 2027.

The not-for-profit committee that purchased it vows to keep the 175-acre camp available for scouts and other groups.

Freedom’s Rest ceased operations Oct. 1 after 27 years.

A collaboration of nonprofit and government agencies will work with area hospitals.

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