blue homemade charity contribution box with "DONATE" printed on side
12/24/2017
Debt-Free for the Holiday While you are reining in your end-of-year spending, one place you ideally won’t have to cut back is in your charitable giving and donations. The vast majority of non-... read more
Many hands surround stick figure drawing of friends holding hands
12/17/2017
In the new connection economy, community is an invaluable asset. When people identify with a particular set of motivating ideas, those inclinations can easily be targeted to encourage behavior with... read more
A father and son sing together while playing guitar
12/13/2017
Sound of Silence To make sense of human voices, we rely on senses beyond hearing. The songs of Taylor Swift can be sweet and soft. Lady Gaga’s singing feels dark. Johnny Cash’s voice was low and... read more
Group of adults on a run through a tree-lined street
11/30/2017
Running. It’s a solitary activity. A sport for one. And yet, many running groups exist in communities around the globe. Some of these runners gather together just for the joy of being outdoors and... read more
silhouette of man, arms outstretched, in front of vivid sunset sky
11/23/2017
Here at evox, we are profoundly aware of the connection we feel to you, our audience…our family. It may occasionally seem lofty, and we may often feel like we fall short, but we are truly here to... read more
Squamish and Lil'wat Nation dancers
11/22/2017
First Nations Do you ever have that feeling of embarrassment when you realize that you have been completely ignorant about an important issue that you really should be aware of? This was my... read more
Place setting for Thanksgiving dinner with dishes, napkin, and centerpiece gourds
11/16/2017
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When it comes to gratitude and giving thanks, we can never get enough. The same may not always be said for our consumption of food and shopping and sports - we may max out - certainly many of us... read more
Green grass with women's symbol and peace signs.
11/08/2017
During the opening months of the First World War, in the midst of the incendiary jingoism roiling Britain, the poet Dorothea Hollins of the Women’s Labour League proposed that an unarmed, 1,000-... read more
Woman playing in tide at beach with dogs.
11/01/2017
She Sees The World One thing I have learned from travelling is absolutely everything in life is connected. Sometimes we see the connections right away and other times we only see them later, when... read more

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Group of adults on a run through a tree-lined street
11/30/2017
Running. It’s a solitary activity. A sport for one. And yet, many running groups exist in communities around the globe. Some of these runners gather together just for the joy of being outdoors and... read more
silhouette of man, arms outstretched, in front of vivid sunset sky
11/23/2017
Here at evox, we are profoundly aware of the connection we feel to you, our audience…our family. It may occasionally seem lofty, and we may often feel like we fall short, but we are truly here to... read more
Squamish and Lil'wat Nation dancers
11/22/2017
First Nations Do you ever have that feeling of embarrassment when you realize that you have been completely ignorant about an important issue that you really should be aware of? This was my... read more
Place setting for Thanksgiving dinner with dishes, napkin, and centerpiece gourds
11/16/2017
Anonymous (not verified)
When it comes to gratitude and giving thanks, we can never get enough. The same may not always be said for our consumption of food and shopping and sports - we may max out - certainly many of us... read more
Green grass with women's symbol and peace signs.
11/08/2017
During the opening months of the First World War, in the midst of the incendiary jingoism roiling Britain, the poet Dorothea Hollins of the Women’s Labour League proposed that an unarmed, 1,000-... read more
Woman playing in tide at beach with dogs.
11/01/2017
She Sees The World One thing I have learned from travelling is absolutely everything in life is connected. Sometimes we see the connections right away and other times we only see them later, when... read more
Close up of man's hands writing in journal while balancing cellphone.
10/24/2017
Be Here Now As a teacher who has long witnessed and worried about the impacts of technology in the classroom, I constantly struggle to devise effective classroom policies for smartphones. I used... read more
Various movie reels, projectors, phonographs, etc
10/19/2017
From Volunteer Film Crew Member to Inclusive Production House Owner It was early winter of 1998 when I heard that a Hollywood feature film was going to be shot in my hometown of Saint... read more
Ballot box with ballot going into slot, in front of American flag.
10/11/2017
Two-Party Ain't No Party Much of American politics continues to dive into an era where elected office is seemingly a game on being a professional divisionist; if we the people let them take us... read more

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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. 
11/10/2014
The Light the Village project, a joint effort of Light Up the World, the IMDI and a group of retired civil engineers from the University of Toronto, trained nine Guatemalans as solar technicians. Now... read more
11/10/2014
Solar powered LED lighting changes the lives of villagers and increases the ability to serve the sick at medical outposts.
11/10/2014
Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday, a Scots-Canadian engineer, brings low-watt solar lighting to a village in Nepal. By reducing their need for kerosene, the villagers reduce a health and safety hazard. 
11/10/2014
Caltech Paleoclimatologist, Dr. Jess Adkins, Ph.D., answers the question: Is there any hope for planet Earth? His answer might surprise you. 
11/10/2014
Do you want to start a chapter in your area? Green Wish will help you build the infrastructure and identify the local environmental charities in that could use some help.
11/10/2014
Actor/producer Raphael Sbarge talks about his non-profit, Green Wish, which helps to fund local environmental groups. Making a difference can be easier than you think.

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