This week marks the sixth annual Habitat for Humanity Women Build Week. Women Build is Habitat for Humanity’s program for women who want to learn construction skills and build homes and communities. … Read entire article »
Yesterday, Times Square in New York City lit up with two new public service announcements from Jennifer Lopez and her sister, Lynda Lopez as part of the UN Foundation’s Global Mom Relay.
Global … Read entire article »
If the 27 million slaves in our world stood side by side, the line would stretch from Los Angeles to New York and back again.
These men, women and children are modern day … Read entire article »
Slavery is wrong. You know it. We know it. As a country, we’ve officially known it since 1863. But here’s something you might not know — Slavery still exists. We want every … Read entire article »
In December 2011, President Obama proclaimed January “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.”
Human trafficking endangers the lives of millions of people around the world, and it is a crime that knows … Read entire article »
We’ve covered dozens of great stories about people doing their part to make our world a better place. These are our Top 10 favorite stories from 2012.
10. Hoola for Happiness — What … Read entire article »
Give hope to Ugandan women and children x3. Donate to @LightGivesHeat today (12/4/12) and your donation will be tripled!
Light Gives Heat is an organization that partners with local Artisans in Uganda to … Read entire article »
Yesterday was the first ever International Day of the Girl — a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate girls around the world and to advocate for their freedom, education … Read entire article »
Want to be a part of a unique project aimed at transforming the face of run down communities in Uganda?
Light Gives Heat has partnered with IAMJ3, Sole Hope and artist Patrick Maxcy … Read entire article »