“If you want to be effective at changing someone’s life, you’ll have to partner.” - Adrian Tirtanadi, Bayview Hunters Point Community Legal Executive Director and Co-Founder Collaboration addresses immediate legal needs and the underlying causes. On affordability and accessibility, The World Justice
Over and over, the American palate has undergone major transformations. That’s because what we put in our mouths is directly related to how new immigrants help America reinvent its cultural identity. America loves to call itself a “nation of immigrants” and
Frank Massolini advocates for trafficking victims as a warrior against exploitation through The Salvation Army. Most newlyweds spend their honeymoon celebrating a new chapter in life, but Frank Massolini found his to be a chance to help someone else start anew.
A handcrafted boat offers sustenance, sustainability and connection to a Venezuela community A fishing boat at the San Luis Corps in Maracaibo, Venezuela, allows us to fish and sell the catch to support local ministry. It is “Pesca Milagrosa” (Miraculous Fishing).
From the White House down to your own backyard, an unprecedented round of initiatives works to save a fragile link in our ecosystem. With its gently rolling water and twinkling lights, San Antonio’s Riverwalk is well-known as a charming spot for
Starting early makes a child more likely to give back later. Getting an early start on volunteering as a family can have the most impact on a child’s future philanthropic behavior, according to DoSomething.org, which notes that the influence of
Rising incivility has put many Americans on edge. What roles can Christians play in bringing peace to the public sphere? Blogger David Gushee took a month-long hiatus this summer from his column Christians, Conflict & Change for the Religion News
The Salvation Army aims to prevent and intervene in childhood obesity across the U.S. It’s the middle of the school day, but over 200 third, fourth and fifth graders are in the midst of a Latin-dance inspired fitness session—Zumba—at the Ray