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At This Restaurant, You Pay What You Can
EAT Café, a restaurant in West Philadelphia, welcomes all customers, regardless of how much they can pay for their meals.
Street Art From Ferguson Now Part Of Unique City-Wide Art Exhibit
Carol Swartout Klein
In November 2014 Ferguson, Missouri, and surrounding neighborhoods were in the midst of several nights of rioting and looting. But something happened during all of this. Something that didn't make many headlines -- a movement called "Paint for Peace."
Will You Be The Change We Need In The Tribe Of Motherhood?
Mom to three young humans & wife to an analytic number crunche...
What if we smiled at one another and mouthed the words, "Me too" to her as she struggles to flee the scene rather than turning our backs on her? Can you imagine the freedom and sense of encouragement you would feel if someone met you with compassionate eyes during your moment of need?
Associated Press via YouTue Charles Krupa
Locals Say Goodnight To Kids In Hospital With Sparkling Light Displays
The community flashes lights for a minute every night at 8:30 p.m.
Strangers Raise $80K To Buy Wheelchair-Friendly Van For Brothers Who Are Paralyzed
“We can actually go places together.”
Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, and Others Bond With Parenting Foster Youth at Raising Baby
Communications Strategist and Social Impact Consultant
Last Saturday, AOM held its flagship event, Raising Baby, an educational health and wellness day for pregnant and parenting
Not Just Baseball and Beaches: Doing Good in the DR
Dr. Sharon Ufberg
Co-founder Borrowed Wisdom, Travel & Lifestyle Journalist, Biz...
This summer, I headed for a fun foodie weekend in the Dominican Republic. I went to hang out with a friend and take in the Flavors of the World.
99% of immigrants feel more welcome after a dinner
Civil Engineer and Head of Performance at United Invitations
As the initiative was spreading throughout Sweden and Europe, I did an internship at United Invitations to understand more
This 9-Year-Old Creates Handmade Toiletry Bags For The Homeless
Khloe Thompson distributes the much-needed items to homeless women in L.A.
The Little Free Pantry
Little Pantry On Street Invites People To Leave Goods For Those In Need
"Little free structures both create space for neighborliness and address social problems."
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Black Lives Matter Protest Becomes BBQ And Real Talk With Police
This is progress.
The Kindness Bus
Robert F. Walsh
Long-time teacher, columnist for Hersam Acorn newspapers
Leo Buscaglia once said our talents are God's gift to us but what we do with them is our gift to God. Bob Votruba is leaving
Man Who Walked 16 Miles To 2 Jobs Gets A Car, Thanks To Facebook
"It doesn't matter what job you're at, as long as you try hard and do your best you can make it,"
Global Genes Brings Hope To Victims of Rare Diseases
Author, Photographer, Educator
What began as a labor of love for Global Genes CEO and founder Nicole Boice has grown into a global advocacy group that seeks
A Modern Day Woody Guthrie
Kim Michele Richardson
Why is Drew walking, and how you can follow his important journey? Drew said: 30-year-old Drew Philp, writer, journalist
7 Ways To Support Your Community
Liam is a freelance writer with a focus on social impact, poli...
We collected the best ways to change your neighborhood and your community's life, check it out!
Teen Who Asked To Carry Groceries In Exchange For Food Gets Good Karma In Return
“He looked ashamed, hungry and broken.”
Milne Court Petro-Canada
Captured: Nice Moment When Gas Station Clerk Dances With Senior
Kindness really is all around us.
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