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The Adventure Project—Revolutionizing Charity, One Entrepreneur At A Time
3 years ago

The Adventure Project—Revolutionizing Charity, One Entrepreneur At A Time

“I am no longer scrambling to provide for my family. I am proud to be a business-woman, farmer, and mother.” – Monika, a Farmer in Kenya of The Adventure Project


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Live To The Fullest—5 Things To Do In Your Twenties (Or At Any Age)
4 years ago

Live To The Fullest—5 Things To Do In Your Twenties (Or At Any Age)

Your twenties are for discovering yourself for maybe the first time. We are thrust into a post-grad world of internships, jobs, paying back student loans or maybe even unemployment. We …
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Finding Your Purpose By Following Your Heart
4 years ago

Finding Your Purpose By Following Your Heart

I always knew I wanted to do good. In school, they teach you the most important thing is to do well. To get the grades, to make lots of friends, …
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It’s Time To Vote—What You Need To Know About Your Options
4 years ago

It’s Time To Vote—What You Need To Know About Your Options

In about a week, people will be casting their votes for the next President of the United States of America… or maybe not.  Maybe some reading this are not satisfied …
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8 Pieces Of Advice From A Successful Entrepreneur
4 years ago

8 Pieces Of Advice From A Successful Entrepreneur

Chicago Ideas week is an innovative festival designed to gather minds from around the city for one common goal: sharing ideas. This festival is 7 full days of labs, talks …
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Hunger is a Solvable Problem | Here’s How You Can Be Part of the Solution
4 years ago

Hunger is a Solvable Problem | Here’s How You Can Be Part of the Solution

End Hunger. It’s a bold statement. It’s so bold, that sometimes it doesn’t even feel real. Because most of us live in an environment where food is inches …
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You’ll Want to Check Out These 5 Excellent Mental Health Resources
4 years ago

You’ll Want to Check Out These 5 Excellent Mental Health Resources

Adolescence and early adulthood is tumultuous time for most of us. But research has shown that some LGBTQ youth are more likely than their heterosexual peers to experience violence in …
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5 Ways Fear Robs You of Conscious Living + Amazing Possibilities
4 years ago

5 Ways Fear Robs You of Conscious Living + Amazing Possibilities

Amidst the seeming global madness and chaos due to social and political developments, it is understandable that many would feel entrapped in emotions of fear. It is also understandable that …
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How Millennials Have Changed the Fundraising Game (and How Nonprofits Can Keep Them Engaged)
4 years ago

How Millennials Have Changed the Fundraising Game (and How Nonprofits Can Keep Them Engaged)

The millions of young adults who make up the Millennial generation – the men and women born between the ‘80s and early’ ‘00s – are making their presence felt across …
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Social Good Roundup: Food Heroes to Drone Mapping for Refugee Relief
4 years ago

Social Good Roundup: Food Heroes to Drone Mapping for Refugee Relief

In this week’s social good roundup, discover how organizations are making an impact locally through food heroes to globally with drone mapping for refugee relief to digitally by utilizing social media in …
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Let Jealousy Point You Towards Your Dreams
4 years ago

Let Jealousy Point You Towards Your Dreams

By  •  Culture, Life

When you don’t know what your dream actually is, or which direction to turn to, it’s helpful to pay attention to what stirs up your jealousy.

Jealousy tells you …
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Children’s Literature Promoting Global Citizenship
4 years ago

Children’s Literature Promoting Global Citizenship

The world’s future depends on our children’s ability to approach cultural differences with openness and curiosity, and to appreciate and embrace the beauty and intrigue of “otherness.” -Jaimie Scanlon, …
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Highlights from Mashable’s Social Good Summit 2016
4 years ago

Highlights from Mashable’s Social Good Summit 2016

“It’s the spirit of innovation, of risk taking, of daring that we need now more than ever in the humanitarian world,” Ravi Gurumurthy of the International Rescue Committee said. Gurumurthy …
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Social Good Roundup: Champions for Good and World Peace Day
4 years ago

Social Good Roundup: Champions for Good and World Peace Day

As mentioned in last week’s round-up, the Social Good Summit concluded after two days of sessions with leaders from around the world.  In addition, the Champions for Social Good …
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In Cambodia, Mother With HIV Fights for Her Children’s Future
4 years ago

In Cambodia, Mother With HIV Fights for Her Children’s Future

It has been two years since Thythy’s husband died of AIDS. The 29-year-old mother of two gets by on donated rice and fish from her church, and the meager earnings …
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Social Good Roundup: Mashable Summit to Affordable Health Foods in LA
4 years ago

Social Good Roundup: Mashable Summit to Affordable Health Foods in LA

It’s been a busy month for social good in New York City. This past week NYC hosted Impact 2030 and now this weekend (9/18-9/19), Mashable’s Social Good Summit. Both conferences are purposed to bring people from …
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Falling In Love With The Process, Not The Results
4 years ago

Falling In Love With The Process, Not The Results

In the driven and ambitious society that we live in, everything we do seems to be measured by the instant results. No longer, are the days when we were taught …
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Legal Minute: Talking All Things Copyright Protection
4 years ago

Legal Minute: Talking All Things Copyright Protection

Copyrights…you’ve heard it before. You’ve probably even seen that mysterious © symbol countless times. But what is Copyright law and why should you care? Let us briefly take you through …
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New Business Challenges: LLC or a Corporation?
4 years ago

New Business Challenges: LLC or a Corporation?

Choosing between an LLC and a Corporation for your new business can be a daunting decision. It is always best to consult with an attorney to discuss your concerns and …
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3 Tips For Thriving When Faced With New Opportunities
4 years ago

3 Tips For Thriving When Faced With New Opportunities

We often find ourselves in new territory whether we wound up there or took a leap of faith to start. We are faced with new opportunities that stretch us beyond …
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You’ve Got A World Changing Idea…Now What About Forming A Corporation
4 years ago

You’ve Got A World Changing Idea…Now What About Forming A Corporation

Ok, so you’ve decided on forming a corporation, great! Read on to learn more about the different types of corporations available to you.

Upon creation, a corporation is a distinct …
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Nonviolent Peaceforce: Conflict Without Weapons
4 years ago

Nonviolent Peaceforce: Conflict Without Weapons

 

I walked into Nonviolent Peaceforce at the end of May hoping for a break from the anger that I kept feeling in policy school. My first year at the …
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Transformative Community Involvement: What it Means, What it Takes, What it Gives
4 years ago

Transformative Community Involvement: What it Means, What it Takes, What it Gives

Business and societal challenges are becoming increasingly bigger and way too complex to be addressed by traditional, transactional approaches to community involvement. Although any form of philanthropy is inherently …
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5 Kickstarter Projects with the Greater Good in Mind
4 years ago

5 Kickstarter Projects with the Greater Good in Mind

Perusing through Kickstarter is probably one of the best ways to catch a glimpse into the future. Because this invention launchpad is accessible to anyone gutsy enough to bring their …
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Driving Stronger Collective Impact through the New Cycle of CSR
4 years ago

Driving Stronger Collective Impact through the New Cycle of CSR

In the eyes of American consumers today, a company’s values are as important as its products and services. According to research from Cone and Duke University, 79% of consumers would switch from …
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