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Albert Manero and Limbitless Solutions transform kids’ confidence with 3D-printed bionic arms.
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These individuals are impacting change right now in nonprofits around the country.
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Brian Peterson paints portraits of people experiencing homelessness in Santa Ana, California, using the proceeds from the sales to give back to the subjects.
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“Exposure is important because access brings opportunities,” says Dr. Nadia Lopez, founder and principal of Mott Hall Bridges
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Marian Wright Edelman believes if you don’t like the way the world is, you change it.
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All around the country, every day, unsung heroes are making a difference in people’s lives — conducting vital research, making
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This charity turns unwanted toiletries into helpful kits for the homeless.
And then, people return. And often, they return broken. Broken by what they've seen, and what they've been asked to do. They
By relying on these organizations, you can make sure you will give wisely this Giving Tuesday! ______________________________________________________________________ So
Once sacred cows, wealthy nonprofit institutions like Yale and Harvard increasingly called to pay taxes. By Elaine S. Povich
There are very few jobs Deaf people "can't" do, especially once small adjustments are made to accommodate their specific skills and abilities. At the end of the day, our society limits people more than the actual experience of deafness ever could.
In the months after the 9/11 attacks, most Americans felt that the threats we faced from terrorists were limitless. Anything seemed possible if al-Qaeda militants could enter our country, learn to fly airplanes, and then crash commercial flights into the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
“Making endorsements from the pulpit” is just shorthand for using a house of worship’s resources to aid a political campaign.