Cox Communications is empowering individuals with developmental disabilities to become self-sufficient and is integrating them into the community through a partnership with Opportunity Village (OV).
A presentation at Opportunity Village’s North Campus on July 20 announced an expanded contract to provide independence to more individuals through wage-paying, vocational jobs.
In addition, a $300,000 check from the James M. Cox Foundation was presented to help fund OV’s Christopher’s Crossing Capital Campaign.
Nevada has more homeless youth than any other state in the country. But now they have a safe place to go.
The 2nd annual Women Who Slay event is happening from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 15 at Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa.
American Legion Paradise Post 149 held a special presentation at the Leatherneck Club on July 8 for the recipients of Walker…
United Way of Southern Nevada's Women's Leadership Council recently announced that it invested a record-breaking $543,114 into the…
With its shelter facilities near capacity, The Animal Foundation is waiving adoption fees on all rabbits as well as all dogs and cats six…
Some of the Vegas Golden Knights prospects prepared and served special meals at Catholic Charities Tuesday.
Tropiana's first Summer Cookout event on June 16 with Chef Robert Irvine, presented by Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits, raised…
The tickets have all been claimed as part of Backstreet Boys' promotion with The Animal Foundation.
National Flip Flop Day is June 16 and Tropical Smoothie Cafe is helping the people of Las Vegas celebrate.
Junior Achievement of Southern Nevadaa held its 7th annual Charity Poker Tournament on June 11 at Planet Hollywood.
Insomniac, the company that produces Electric Daisy Carnival, helped raise over $162,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada.
A Las Vegas valley nonprofit is teaming up with a multisensory phonics learning system company to bring technology resources to children in need.
A+ Laundromat has a new look, and hopes to draw attention to a program that helps local families in need.
A chance meeting at the store led to Teens Helping Teens' first community event.
The Blind Center of Nevada (BCNV) recently unveiled the site for its new Visions of Greatness Center at 1001 N. Bruce Street.
Around 1,500 students from 22 Clark County School District elementary, middle and high schools went to Bonanza High School for the Special…
Some say a bit of retail therapy is good for the soul. If that's your kind of cure, then the Soul Sisters Showroom could be everything…
Participating Jamba Juice locations throughout the Las Vegas valley and Southern California helped raise $13,311 for the…
For many, yoga is only available to those who can afford it. A new nonprofit in Las Vegas seeks to change that for those who may need it most.
On April 28, ChoiceCenter Leadership University presented Easterseals Nevada with a donation in the amount of $174,444.44.