It's hard to believe, but we are already almost three months into a new year. Did you make any resolutions for 2016? If so, you're not alone: each tim...
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My daughter preened and primped for her first date tonight and here is my commentary on her personal milestone, "Ugh." She is growing, her perfection ...
Our children are an integral part of our global community and future and we must continue to work tirelessly to cultivate the desire in them to step up when they can help, in any way they can.
How are we supposed to effect change? It is very easy to be overwhelmed, but it is also easier than you think to just jump in and give it a go.
Empathy In Action: How a Concept is Making Real Change In the World
The world can be a scary and confusing place when you're a kid, even if you're...
The CMH Global Arts after school programs utilize arts education to enhance our students' understanding of the world by pairing an art modality with an international country of focus.
The sold-out event was bustling and lively and reminded everyone that the everyday, small differences we can make in another's life creates a hero in someone's eyes.
Children Mending Hearts is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering disadvantaged youth through educational and arts programs that build empathy and global citizenry.
Recently, our partnership organization, With You Japan, created by IndyCar driver Takuma Sato, held an event to give some of Japanese children the outdoor playtime they have been missing out on.
While I'm well aware we don't live in a cave, strong partnerships and alliances will be the only way to exact a true measure of change.
Laws, rules and regulations don't exist in Haiti. They are created on the spot to support the need for greed and survival. Is it simply too late for the people of Haiti?
Ben Affleck looked dapper in his gray suit at the Children Mending Hearts 3rd Annual 'Peace Please' Gala in Los Angeles. But as seen in the side of hi...
Children Mending Hearts is a global arts exchange between at-risk children in America and children living in conflict zones that educates, empowers and encourages children and gives them a voice.
Nine-year-old Ruben had one dream, to go to football camp. With Children Mending Hearts, we've arranged for him to go to Deion Sanders' camp this summer, and meet Chad Ochocinco, his idol.
Nine-year-old Ruben St. Hilaire, Jr, who lives with this mother in a homeless shelter in New York City, received an autographed jersey from Ochocinco ...
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