Want to know how the #IceBucketChallenge movement began?
It all started with one man with ALS — Pete Frates.
Post by Nick Ryan DeWitt.
To learn more about the challenge and The ALS Association, … Read entire article »
Through his social innovation venture, Ycenter, social entrepreneur Dhairya Pujara is tackling some of the world’s toughest challenges, and he needs your help to ensure the work he has started can continue. … Read entire article »
What do a donut shop and a homeless outreach in Philadelphia have in common?
Through a unique partnership, Federal Donuts (FedNuts) Broad Street Ministry are joining forces to serve Philadelphia’s hungry and homeless.
Federal … Read entire article »
Mark Ruffalo takes saving the planet seriously. When he’s not occupied on missions with Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, Ruffalo — a.k.a. The Hulk — is doing his own work, saving … Read entire article »
It’s like TOMS shoes, only it’s not shoes, it’s soccer balls.
One World Futbol Project, sponsored by Chevrolet, is on a mission to get 1.5 million of the ‘World’s Most Durable Ball’ into … Read entire article »
Sole Hope is making giant leaps in the fight for #ZEROJiggers in Uganda. Earlier this week, Asher Collie, Founder of Sole Hope met with government officials about a partnership to eradicate jiggers … Read entire article »
In 15 days, the spotlight will be on Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Global superstar, Shakira teamed up with Activia, one of the world’s largest yogurt brands, to make the … Read entire article »
Prince Harry is officially on Twitter, and his first tweet, sent in front of sponsors and journalists in London, was to promote the inaugural Invictus Games, coming up this September.
“Hope everyone will … Read entire article »
As the fires rage on in Southern California, you may be wondering how you can help. Here are a few organizations accepting both goods and financial donations to help the victims misplaced … Read entire article »
Over a month ago, terrorists from the militant group Boko Horam kidnapped more than 200 girls from a Nigerian school. In the last weeks, people around the world, including the U.S. and … Read entire article »