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We all know about the Black Fridays, the Cyber Mondays, but how many of us know about Giving Tuesdays? This little known day started just 4 years ago with the idea that maybe we should give back during the holidays too.
Practical and affordable tips from our energy conservation experts...
Right now in our community 1 in 5 people are going hungry. In Iowa, we have some areas where a fourth of our school-aged kids receive their only meal from school. September is Hunger Action Month, and this month we are focusing our efforts on the fight to help those who struggle to get the nutritious food they need.
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Child development is how a child grows, learns, and progresses over time from birth through adolescence. Although each child progresses at a different rate, their skill development generally follows a set order and happens around the same time for most children.
Workplace wellness programs are becoming more widespread throughout the country. HACAP believes that its employees are their most valuable assets and that healthy employees are happier and more productive.
When searching for a new car the first thing you need to figure out is how to pay for it. Many people take out loans to help pay for their new ride. In this blog we will talk about what you need to know about loans, how to get information, and some examples of loan payments.
If you are an American citizen between the ages of 0-64 and uninsured, this article applies to you.
The Point in Time Count (PIT) is a count that occurs every January. The count is the only time in the year most cities, including Cedar Rapids, have the resources to attempt to accurately count the homeless population.