The 32nd Pan-Mass Challenge begins Aug. 6. Some 5,000 cyclists will ride this year in an event that has raised $302 million to date. How do they do it?
"Raindrops Over Rwanda," a nonprofit's documentary film about the Rwanda genocide, premieres online today July 18. "Like" it on Facebook, raise up to $50,000 in donations.
The mission-driven, for-profit venture, Maternova, aims to use the data-dissemination powers of technology to reach maternity care workers most in need of resources in order to combat one of the leading causes of death for women globally, maternal mortality.
Naomi Oreskes has become a leading voice in defense of the science underlying global warming and the scientists who are researching it.
'Help Wanted' gives companies, unions, NGOs, and governments tools for ending exploitation of workers.
Native vegetables such as guar, Dogon shallot, and celosia could play an important role in feeding Africa.
Muoy You has opened Seametrey Children's Village in Phnom Penh to help restore Cambodia's culture.
'Arlington Ladies' at Arlington National Cemetery offer help to families and express gratitude for the lives of veterans.
The Borneo Orangutan Survival project in Indonesia could be a blueprint for saving habitat, cutting greenhouse gases.
Barack backs StartupAmerica, which reduce barriers to smale-scale business innovation. Michelle's ChooseMyPlate promotes healthier eating habits.
Borrowing and paying via cell phone – no cash involved – opens new possibilities.
Cle Ross is turning an eyesore in Kansas City, Kan., back into a baseball park to get urban kids off the streets and teach life lessons.
Rugged, intuitive to use, affordable solar lamps that women can sell door-to-door change lives.
Denis Mukwege and his staff have treated more than 30,000 women, most of them survivors of sexual assaults, since he opened the Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1999.
Innovative Water.org is the result of patient homework and uncovering what really works.
The online series takes viewers along to see how a large portion of the world must gather wood for cooking food. Simple cook stoves can cut carbon emissions and save trees and money.
Citizen groups and citizen journalists are addressing social problems around the world. But they may still need traditional news organizations to help tell their stories.
Her brother's death inspired a foundation that supports an orphanage in the Philippines
Bushwick City Farms operates on an abandoned illegal dumpsite using castaway materials and hands on help from residents.
The Indian website 'I Paid a Bribe' asks people to post their encounters with corrupt officials. Now reformers in other countries are following its lead.