women of worth

The facts about youth homelessness are shocking: Every year, more than 500,000 unaccompanied, single youth experience a homelessness
This taboo around menstruation causes people to associate periods with weakness. A week in their month where girls feel emotionally
To me they are worthy of the same concern, considering they didn't create this environment. It is well documented about the
Science has revealed that having a tidy home creates a tidy mind, enables you to make healthier eating choices, and reduces
Yes, I have a child with autism that has not only allowed me to see first-hand inside the world of children with complex
Can you imagine your doctor calling on a Friday afternoon with the diagnosis of mesothelioma -- a fatal form of cancer -- and
Michelle Harding, 18, found Build Futures by scouring the internet. She'd been seeking the courage to leave a dysfunctional
Currently, one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before the age of 18. This equivocates to 300,000
Rory died from sepsis and I have since learned that sepsis deaths are in fact incredibly common. I know now that sepsis kills
I’m so proud that Points of Light has partnered with L’Oreal on this incredible program for more than ten years, and I hope
When Jonas died, we knew we could not stand by and let time forget him. This one horrific moment would not define his legacy as another name carved into a marble wall. So we did what families do when they lose someone too soon -- we found a way to keep him alive.
I saw this quote on a refrigerator magnet in a bookstore, but it certainly speaks to me. Thirty three years ago I began volunteering at a prison in Kansas. I haven't stopped and it has been one of the greatest learning experiences of my life.
Children face particularly adverse effects of homelessness. They're often separated from relatives, friends, and schools when their families become homeless. They've got to cope with the shame associated with losing their home. So, what do you do when you -- the parent, the provider -- don't have a place to call home and your child's birthday approaches?
They weren't a nameless, faceless demographic group. They were individual children with unique needs and disparate interests, who faced wide-ranging challenges. I asked for help. People said YES. And Books for Keeps was born.
In 2013, Kathy Koenigsdorf learned firsthand about the devastating effects of drug addition, when her 21-year-old son, Jake
No youth organization in The Gambia has ever gone to GAMBISARA before to talk about the issue of FGM because of the hostile
Math matters, for developing strategy, discovering the big picture and daring to think as differently as we have about hunger and food waste. Math can draw us a map of where to go next and numbers can lead us down paths we never considered before.