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Domestic violence resource nonprofit leader says transportation, funding challenges led to decision.

Salute to Design and Construction Awards also presents lifetime, design and industry honors.

A ceremonial check celebrates the gifts that assist the Springfield nonprofit’s humanitarian relief efforts.

Staff and services will expand with replacement of existing facility.

The funding from the Stanley & Elaine Ball Foundation goes toward more than 20 recipients.

Winter Kinne, an 18-year veteran of the nonprofit, is slated to succeed the retiring Brian Fogle.

Building will replace existing facility while expanding staff and services.

The organization honors five individuals and one organization at the Freedom Fund Banquet.

The honor this year goes to Heather Lyons-Burney for her work in establishing a charitable pharmacy in Branson.

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.

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