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The Department of Homeland Security coordinates Citizen Corps nationally and works closely with other federal entities, state and local governments, first responders, emergency managers, the volunteer community, and the White House Office of the USA Freedom Corps.
Though it proved impossible to get a fix on the financial contribution flowing from the association community as a whole, we do know that many associations, including ASAE, turned to larger relief organizations, such as USA Freedom Corps and the Red Cross, as contacts for collecting monetary donations.
Secretary of Education Rod Paige said the USA Freedom Corps Web site would "introduce a new generation of students to the age-old joy of community service.
Unisource is also providing its employees a list of international disaster relief organizations available through USA Freedom Corps.
In coordination with Rebuilding Together, the country's largest volunteer home rehabilitation organization, and USA Freedom Corps, a volunteer coordinating council created by the White House, The Home Depot will commit $1 million to the project and one million hours of service through our Team Depot volunteer corps.
It is co-sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), National History Day (NHD), and the USA Freedom Corps.
In cooperation with the USA Freedom Corps, the Corporation for National and Community Service, the U.
This slight initiative was well-received, and he followed it in his 2002 State of the Union address with a more ambitious proposal to expand national service, introducing a new program, the USA Freedom Corps, which would increase AmeriCorps by 200,000 people.
It is in turn administered by the USA Freedom Corps, a White House initiative.
The House passed its version of the bill in July, maintaining $400 million for the program, with $80 million earmarked for the Boys and Girls Clubs and $5 million for the USA Freedom Corps.