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The Springfield nonprofit is No. 35 among America's Top 100 Charities.

Executive Editor Christine Temple: "They say it’s the most wonderful time of the year, but for many charitable nonprofits it’s also the most critical time of the year."

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Tristen's Hope Foundation board members say they "take all inappropriate behavior seriously" in a Facebook post announcing the decision to cancel events.

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The top recipient is Imagine Technical Institute.

Nine businesspeople share philosophies at 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

Council of Churches of the Ozarks Inc. has a branding problem.

United Way of the Ozarks changed its investment formula in 2022, and the first 21 programs funded through the new model have just completed the first of two years in the grant cycle, with $1.9 million reinvested into the community.

Aaron Schekorra is appointed as the first full-time leader of the Springfield LGBTQ+ nonprofit.

During the Celebration of Sharing, 53 nonprofits receive over $1 million in funding raised at the summer golf tournament.

The Association of Fundraising Professionals Ozarks Region Chapter recognizes charitable work in the community.

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In a two-phase project with new construction and a renovation, Calvary Chapel Springfield is working on a new location at an industrial building that was formerly home to Saco Petroleum Inc.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

Kristen Weaver takes on the top role at the Burrell Foundation.

This year, for the 38th season, the Springfield Ballet Inc. will perform “The Nutcracker” on the proscenium stage of the Landers Theatre, with six performances set Dec. 15-18.

The university now has received $7.3 million from the Indianapolis-based foundation over past two academic years.

The gift from Diageo North America goes toward the Springfield nonprofit's humanitarian relief efforts.

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