The “Lemonade” artist was honored for her work with her nonprofit organization, BeyGOOD.
Shadow, a Democratic tech firm, created the app that was supposed to deliver quicker caucus results.
“I can’t think of a better place for it to go than a place I helped found where kids can go and sled," the former interior secretary said.
Hundreds of wall etchings were created to trap "evil forces" at Creswell Crags in England.
The event was the first of two rallies the former first lady is scheduled to headline for the nonpartisan, nonprofit organization she co-chairs, When We All Vote.
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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Denny Wilson started an organization that deals directly with those who suffer from substance abuse disorders in Akron, OH, after receiving similar services himself.
The dancer just returned from Kigali, Rwanda, where shared her love of dance with children in the city.
It's a question that any "blue chip" company has to be ready to respond "yes" to in order to ensure continued growth. So if being innovative is viewed as being critical to a for-profit company's success, why wouldn't such a standard also apply to nonprofits?