National Federation of the Blind, Providing Insight on Lack of Sight

The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) was founded in 1940 to promote the general welfare of the blind economically, educationally, and socially. Locally, the Starkville-Golden Triangle Region Chapter was founded in 1972. There are NFB chapters … [Read More...]


Carol Moss Read, Service is a Responsibility

Carol Moss Read does it all. In addition to serving as a board member of OSERVS, where she was a charter member, she also serves on the boards of Christian World Missions, the Oktibbeha County Chapter of the MSU Alumni Association, the MSU Women's … [Read More...]


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: United We Feed Food Drive

Since 2013, United Way of North Central MS has conducted the United We Feed community food drive to restock depleted supplies at local food pantries. During November, they will host the 2016 United We Feed food drive. They will have food donation boxes located at the following locations to collect … [Read More...]

Volunteer Newsletter: October 18, 2016

Give Back on the 2nd Annual MS Day of Giving (10/20) & Make a Difference Day (10/28)! Make A Difference Day is the most encompassing national day of helping others – a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. Everyone can participate! Created by USA WEEKEND Magazine, Make A Difference Day … [Read More...]

MSU Extension Equine Assisted Therapy Program’s Mission

The Mississippi State University Extension Equine Assisted Therapy Programs promotes therapeutic riding through educational and research-based activities. The program has earned premier accreditation through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH). Their goal is to develop a … [Read More...]

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