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Carolyn Gregoire

This Couple Ditched Corporate America And Helped 30 Million Kids

HuffingtonPost.com | Carolyn Gregoire | Posted 10.23.2013 | Impact

When Kay and Harry Leibowitz were newly dating, Kay attended an Ohio event held by World of Children, the global children's advocacy awards program Ha...

In Nepal, Meeting More Heroes With the World of Children

Stephanie March | Posted 09.25.2013 | Impact
Stephanie March

As I write this, I am winding my way over a jagged misty mountain road through Nepal. I have traveled here with the World of Children Award to visit two of our past honorees and see, up close and in person, the remarkable work they do.

"Just Yell Fire" Creator Wins Award For Teaching Girls About Self-Defense

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International | Posted 12.31.2012 | Impact
Youth Radio -- Youth Media International

By: Youth Radio Photo Credit: Just Yell fire Dallas Jessup, 20, is founder and CEO of Just Yell Fire -- a nonprofit working to empower girls to de...

'¿Por qué me Quieres?' Reflections on the 2010 World of Children Awards

Stephanie March | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Stephanie March

In my line of work I go to a lot of interesting events. But the most moving, inspiring and heartfelt event I've attended in recent memory was the 2010 World of Children Awards.

Meet the 2010 World of Children Awards Winners: Extraordinary Individuals Improving the Lives of Many

Stephanie March | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Stephanie March

The World of Children Awards has just announced its 2010 World of Children Award recipients -- six remarkable individuals whose extraordinary work on behalf of the world's most vulnerable children.

Dispatch from Haiti: Chaos and Hope

Harry Leibowitz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Harry Leibowitz

In any disaster, the most vulnerable population of all is the children who do not have families or adults to protect and support them.

Helping Haiti's Most Desperate Victims: Children

Harry Leibowitz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Harry Leibowitz

In natural disasters, children are the most vulnerable because they are open to predation by nefarious adults and they are most vulnerable to starvation and disease.