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Social Security Recipients Will Automatically Receive Economic Impact Payments

Social Security Recipients Will Automatically Receive Economic Impact Payments

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service today announced that Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will not need to file an abbreviated tax return to receive an Economic Impact Payment. Instead, payments will be automatically deposited into their bank accounts.  “Social Security […]

EP COVID-19 Information Hub

EP COVID-19 Information Hub

  EP COVID-19 Information Hub The EP COVID-19 Information Hub  has important information for parents, veterans, employers and employees. The website is updated daily. If you have information you’d like to share, click click HERE.   Community spreading requires even greater response Now that the City of El Paso Health Department has confirmed the first cases of COVID-19 […]

The Huntington At Home

The Huntington At Home

  Donate At Home with The Huntington We’re back this week with a brand new video about the restoration of The Blue Boy (making his debut, we hope, sometime soon!); a fun activity for kids to help us animate the whimsical plants of the Desert Garden; wonderful news about our gardens director, Jim Folsom; a […]

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update, April 2, 2020

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update, April 2, 2020

Good Evening, Here is your daily COVID-19 Update from the County of Ventura. 17 new cases 177 total cases 36 recovered cases 40 hospitalized 135 active cases under home quarantine 6 deaths (5 people in their 70s with preexisting conditions, 1 person in their 80s with preexisting conditions) Ventura County Public Health Officer, Doctor Robert […]

City of Port Hueneme COVID-19 Update: Tips on How to Keep Yourself Safe at the Grocery Store

City of Port Hueneme COVID-19 Update: Tips on How to Keep Yourself Safe at the Grocery Store

As you know, grocery store employees are working diligently to keep store shelves stocked, and have also increased the frequency of cleaning to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Many of you have probably wondered and are asking how best to keep yourself, fellow shoppers and grocery workers safe and healthy while shopping, so […]

Updates and an Invitation From AFA

Updates and an Invitation From AFA

  Another week has gone by, self-isolating, sheltering in place, being “Safer at Home.”  By now we’ve at least begun to adapt to “social distancing,” we’ve managed to overstuff our refrigerators, and it seems even toilet paper is at least sporadically available. It’s impossible to fathom how much our world has changed – if anyone had […]

POLITICS | Garcia Secures Endorsements of All Mayors in the District

POLITICS | Garcia Secures Endorsements of All Mayors in the District

Valencia, CA – Mike Garcia, former Navy fighter pilot and Republican candidate for CA-25, today announced the endorsement of Santa Clarita Mayor Cameron Smyth and Palmdale Mayor Steve Hofbauer. These endorsements come on the heels of endorsements from the other three major city mayors in the 25th Congressional District. “I am excited to endorse Mike Garcia for Congress. As a highly decorated Navy fighter pilot and long-time […]

Hospital Mask Shortage – We Can Help

Hospital Mask Shortage – We Can Help

America is facing an unprecedented challenge in protecting the health and lives of its citizens. Americans and citizens of several countries are falling victim to an invisible enemy, a virus. The threat comes from a new version of the Coronavirus known as COVID-19. The deadly menace spreads fast. COVID19 was first acknowledged by the Chinese […]

Ventura County Public Health Officer Provides New Comments About Masks

Ventura County Public Health Officer Provides New Comments About Masks

Ventura, CA – Ventura County Public Health Officer changes position on face masks, no longer advising against wearing them in public. Instead, he supports those residents who wish to cover their nose and mouth when leaving home for essential travel to doctor appointments, grocery shopping or pharmacy visits. The face coverings should not be hospital […]

Center for Nonprofit Leadership E-newsletter (April 2020)

Center for Nonprofit Leadership E-newsletter (April 2020)

  – April 2020 Edition – A Message to the CNL Community COVID-19 upended business as usual in a matter of hours in mid-March. What we all thought we knew in the morning was obsolete by nightfall. As a sector with human connection baked into our DNA, we suddenly found ourselves physically distancing, working from home, […]