After escaping the battlefield, one Ukrainian family has found purpose assisting Agape Ministries in renovating a shuttered nursing home to house others similarly displaced.
Theresa and Scott Cianciolo run Agape Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit that primarily supports children with disabilities and their families. They were prepared to bring over a family of eight when their plans suddenly changed.
A very kind employee listened carefully to my situation, began working away at her computer, looked up at me and said, ‘I've got plenty of cars, but you don't want to rent from me.’
After nearly $800,000 in fundraising over the last three years, construction began this fall to rebuild the small town’s general store.
News Release -- Gov. Phil Scott Oct. 9, 2018 Contact: Chris Cochran 802-595-5410 [email protected] Rebecca Kelley 802-828-6403 [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF $2.8 MILLION IN DOWNTOWN AND VILLAGE CENTER TAX INCENTIVES Albany, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today announced the allocation of $2.8 million in state tax incentives for 16 projects, supporting more […]
News Release -- Friends of Great Hosmer Pond May 1, 2017 Contacts: Gina Campoli, Friends of Great Hosmer Pond Organizing Committee, Craftsbury Common (802) 793-1822 or [email protected] Pete Johnson, Friends of Great Hosmer Pond Organizing Committee, Craftsbury [email protected] May 1, 2017 • Craftsbury & Albany, VT – Those who use and appreciate Great Hosmer Pond […]
“The state of Vermont added a substantial amount of complications this past year to our small town, which also added to our workload,” writes the Westminster Select Board, echoing many local leaders statewide.