Amid the Venezuela crisis, a grassroots effort to provide humanitarian aid has one woman in the Venezuelan diaspora shipping shoes to meet a need.
Charlotte Japp saw how both younger and older people could benefit from cross-generational networking initiatives. Her organization's parties and cultural events serve the greater purpose of ending age segregation.
It’s easy to forget that vulnerable populations need more than food and shelter. As musician Kristo Kondakçi demonstrates, music provides respite, confidence, and joy for those in need – food for the soul.
Cohear, an organization in Ohio, sets up conversations between local officials and ‘everyday experts.’ And those talks can help resolve acrimonious divides, from arguments about new developments to bullying in schools.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
These days, many people looking to volunteer want to be sure it will truly make a difference. So in this piece, a philanthropy expert shares her insights.
In a Philadelphia neighborhood, Noelle Warford is protecting green space. That's allowing the community to get fresh food, become friendlier, and find leafy, peaceful places to relax.
Bethany Rubin Henderson has expanded a program with an unusual blend of offerings – soccer, poetry, and service. And the program is partnering with soccer franchise D.C. United.
In African-American neighborhoods of the city’s South Side, Jahmal Cole works with young people and volunteers to improve lives and communities by changing the little things.
Nuns & Nones brings together sisters and spiritually oriented Millennials. The life-changing conversations that have resulted show what can happen when unlikely pairings are made.
After a combat deployment in Iraq, Zach Skiles faced mental trauma when he returned home. Now he uses his background to help fellow veterans struggling with the aftermath of war.
After a mass eviction in one of Nigeria's biggest cities, the grass-roots art project Chicoco sprang to life to stop government-sponsored evictions and give communities a voice.
When the McElroy siblings learned that their childhood school district was scoring low on reading and math, they founded 4RealMath: An organization that recruits older tutors who can serve as mentors.
A New York dance studio welcomes both those with disabilities and those without, creating performances informed by resilience and showcasing the experiences of people who are often overlooked.
Self-presentation can make all the difference in life – especially during formal occasions like job interviews. That's why Christopher Schafer has made it his mission to help men in need find the perfect suit.