Two years ago, I made a decision to move to Uganda. I’m a UPS pilot from Indiana – a job I love, in a place I love, with
We stared in open-faced wonder at the sea together as the sun baked its goodness into our skin. So tender. So sweet. My mind flashed to the memory of meeting this child in such a malnourished state. And here she was--healthy, happy, splashing in a piece of paradise people around the world penny pinch to see.
Today, when a child is taken by protective services, they are placed in any random persons home, as long as the person obtains a license to become a foster parent, is older than 18, and passes a criminal background check.
Rescued adult sloths are released back into the jungle as soon as they are fit but orphaned babies are extremely vulnerable and need 24-hour care. So the couple have had to give up their home to their sleepy adopted babies until they are old enough to be released back into the wild.
What is it like to make a financial investment in an up and coming social change leader, every single day of the year? Since January 1, 2013, the Pollination Project has been giving daily micro grants to emerging projects and inspiring people all over the world.
As we are taught by the five stages of loss and grief, after the denial, anger, bargaining and depression comes acceptance
While the nation bemoans a "gridlocked" Congress and Comedy Central's Messrs. Stewart and Colbert aptly ridicule both presidential candidates for a disregard of specificity on one hand and hubris on the other, I have borne witness to a very different vision of our elected leadership.
JO: In a way it is left to chance but I make sure it is left to chance. It happens and I know what to do to make it happen
“The state is taking an important step forward to help the young people that we as a society have taken out of their parents
Stableford takes a wide view of nature. He made this photo of a glacial cave in Iceland with a 15mm lens. The approach distorts
If making children safe truly requires changing the overarching ideology, then juvenile judges, social workers, children's rights attorneys and social scientists cannot do it alone.
It's a remarkable biography: Siamanda Chege, the eldest daughter of a homemaker and a missionary, grew up in Nakuru, Kenya
Imagine saying good-bye to your big house and luxury car so you can live among the impoverished. That's exactly what one person did, and he's never regretted his decision.