Justice statue holding scales and sword.
01/25/2017
From conversations that heal to land trusts that fight gentrification. This article is part of Yes! Magazine's state-by-state exploration of local solutions. Missouri In the weeks... read more
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01/11/2017
According to a new study, "prosocial spending" may be as good for your blood pressure as a healthy diet and exercise. Many of us believe that the way to become happier and healthier is by spending... read more
man talking into can and string like telephone
01/03/2017
What Lauryn Hill and Clara Miller Have in Common Remember that 1998 jam “Everything is Everything” by Lauryn Hill? Turns out she was on to something back in the 90’s. Everything really... read more
Hand holding phone and clicking on an app button.
12/22/2016
We're rapidly closing in on the holidays/end-of-year season when most charities depend most heavily on the giving nature of their supporters. Philanthropy spikes at the end of year because of the... read more
Capitol building in Washington DC black and white at end of street.
12/15/2016
On January 21, 2017, women will march in Washington, D.C. All across our great nation, in cities and towns, women and men, millennials and seniors, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, gay, lesbian, and... read more
Chichen Itza temple with sun spots on cloudy day.
12/07/2016
In the spring semester of the school year, I teach a class called ‘Happiness’. It’s always packed with students because, like most people, they want to learn the secret to feeling fulfilled. ‘... read more
Refugee child sitting alone on city street.
11/30/2016
‘What would you do if you saw a six-year-old alone in a public place?’ So begins a short video from UNICEF, which has received more than 2 million views on YouTube. In the video, Anano, a six-year... read more
Peruvian shaman ceremony on mountain top.
11/15/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance We live in a time of accelerating change. Technology, transportation, buying and selling of goods and services, and information sharing are all... read more
Woman on bike with basket wearing hat.
11/02/2016
Eco travel has always been in my blood. I grew up in the woods of New Hampshire and have always had a love for nature, animals, and adventure. From a very young age I had the joy of... read more

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man talking into can and string like telephone
01/03/2017
What Lauryn Hill and Clara Miller Have in Common Remember that 1998 jam “Everything is Everything” by Lauryn Hill? Turns out she was on to something back in the 90’s. Everything really... read more
Hand holding phone and clicking on an app button.
12/22/2016
We're rapidly closing in on the holidays/end-of-year season when most charities depend most heavily on the giving nature of their supporters. Philanthropy spikes at the end of year because of the... read more
Capitol building in Washington DC black and white at end of street.
12/15/2016
On January 21, 2017, women will march in Washington, D.C. All across our great nation, in cities and towns, women and men, millennials and seniors, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, gay, lesbian, and... read more
Chichen Itza temple with sun spots on cloudy day.
12/07/2016
In the spring semester of the school year, I teach a class called ‘Happiness’. It’s always packed with students because, like most people, they want to learn the secret to feeling fulfilled. ‘... read more
Refugee child sitting alone on city street.
11/30/2016
‘What would you do if you saw a six-year-old alone in a public place?’ So begins a short video from UNICEF, which has received more than 2 million views on YouTube. In the video, Anano, a six-year... read more
Peruvian shaman ceremony on mountain top.
11/15/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance We live in a time of accelerating change. Technology, transportation, buying and selling of goods and services, and information sharing are all... read more
Woman on bike with basket wearing hat.
11/02/2016
Eco travel has always been in my blood. I grew up in the woods of New Hampshire and have always had a love for nature, animals, and adventure. From a very young age I had the joy of... read more
Stonehenge England against stark blue sky.
10/19/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance The sacred buildings of the ancient world point to the highly developed intelligence of the civilizations that constructed them. Awe-inspiring... read more
U.S. passport with plane ticket behind it.
10/12/2016
by Arielle Anthony | Pachamama Alliance As a frequent traveler, I find joy in interacting with locals and learning about their lives and cultures. Early on, I realized that many international... read more

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01/12/2015
Amy Clark and Fernande Raine from Asoka explain how their global organization of over 3,000 social entrepreneurs and innovators around the world work together to find solutions to today's... read more
01/12/2015
Alexandra Fuller and her group from Level Ground Mixed Martial Arts talk about how they form relationships with Boston inner city kids through martial arts, connect them with mentors,... read more
01/12/2015
Cristina Ruiz and Melissa Ganley from One Brick Boston explain how they've made an impact on the Boston community by managing volunteers for dozens of non-profits. 
01/12/2015
Sasha Chanoff, Co-Founder of RefugePoint, talks to us about how his organization assists refugees in the most desperate, dangerous situations and helps them rebuild their lives.
01/12/2015
The team of Teen Empowerment talked to us about their impact throughout the Boston area by creating relationships between youth, police, and community.
01/12/2015
Jeremy Jedd Hammel of Volta Visual, Filmshift Film Festival and City Awake volunteer, talks to us about his involvement with social entrepreneurs in the Boston and Los Angeles areas.
01/12/2015
New York has finance. San Francisco has startups. Los Angeles has Hollywood. Boston is social impact.  Boston is home to the world’s leading foundations, nonprofits, and social enterprises... read more
11/10/2014
Volunteers drive 16 hours to reach an orphanage in Zaduo, Tibet, where the children are living without electric lighting. 
11/10/2014
Eleven energy commerce college students from Texas Tech University travel deep into Costa Rica to bring solar power to a remote village. 

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