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Donor Spotlight: 1808 American Bistro Invites Patrons to Dine In for a Purpose During Fundraiser for Suicide Prevention

1808 American Bistro is more than just a fixture for food and drinks in historic downtown Delaware, OH, it’s become major player in philanthropy and all things human.   Since opening its doors in 2008, the Bistro has combined its brand promise of fresh, innovative and unique dini
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Volunteer Spotlight: Diana Graham and Helen Hubbard

For the past 48 years, Diana Graham and Helen Hubbard have been the best of friends. They met as neighbors in Columbus, Ohio when Helen came over to ask a question about school. As adults, Helen moved away to Lancaster, Ohio and Diana moved to Sunbury, Ohio. Years later Helen’s husban
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Volunteer Spotlight: Del-Co Water

Connections Volunteer Center recently celebrated Volunteer Appreciate Week April 15-21, highlighting various individuals and organizations that contribute their time, talent and treasure in meaningful ways throughout Delaware County. One major corporate community steward is Del-Co Wat
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Sexual Assault Awareness Month Inspires Survivors, Advocates and the Community to “Embrace Your Voice”

HelpLine Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN) recently completed its recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) this April throughout Delaware, Morrow, Crawford and Wyandot counties. This year’s theme, “Embrace Your Voice,” builds on the idea that how you talk about sexual
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HelpLine Announces New Team Members, Promotions

In an effort to better align with the recent expansion of Delaware Morrow Mental Health Recovery Services Board (DMMHRSB) funded emergency after-hours services in our community, and as part of our organizational commitment to leadership development and succession planning HelpLine ann
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HelpLine Information and Referral Director Announces Retirement

Navigator, connector and guiding force behind the community’s only centralized information database is retiring, leaving behind a legacy of over two decades of evolutionary access and connection to critical health, community and social services and information – 24 hours a day, seven
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