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A program that has taught mothers in 16 countries was created by Edit Schlaffer to help women whose children are being recruited by extremists.
When she created the first “Afrobirding” group 15 years ago, Sherry Williams helped broaden and diversify a pastime known for its narrow demographics.
Environmental activist William Amanzuru’s network, Friends of Zoka, is determined to push back against illegal logging and deforestation in Uganda.
How her approach to philanthropy, and her own life, has changed after $50 billion of giving.
Zorica Rebernik, obsessed with the red color, drinks coffee in her house in the village of Breze near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Oct. 16.
Pennsylvania nonprofit pairs dogs with inmates. The goal is to help participants land a full-time job within 90 days of their release.
A New Hampshire civil rights advocate resurfaces hidden stories of African Americans. Her work helps dispel the myth that slavery didn't exist in the North.
Pushpa Nagaraj has volunteered as a scribe for hundreds of students with visual impairments in India, helping them navigate an exam-based system.
A cafe in Seattle doubles as a refuge for those in recovery from addiction. It’s part of a nationwide network serving around 1,500 people a month.
Marvin DeJear’s Evelyn K. Davis Center shows that social service organizations can strengthen whole communities – one person at a time.
Amanda Simpson and Stathis Katsarelias have given up almost everything to care for Skyrian horses on the island of Skíros.
The nonprofit Grimm & Co. boosts literacy skills at its store and in schools, serving close to 3,000 children a year in Rotherham, England.
Peter Böhmer reopened the village store in his German home of Farchant a few years ago, and it has been going gangbusters ever since.
Sometimes art allows people to see in a fresh way. Tonika Johnson’s project has done that by connecting opposite sides of a long-segregated city.
To support school libraries, Marukgwane Moremogolo combines his two passions – running and reading – at South Africa’s grueling Comrades Marathon.
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