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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.
A NYPD Bomb Squad officer investigates suspicious packages near West 16th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City, Aug. 16.
To support school libraries, Marukgwane Moremogolo combines his two passions – running and reading – at South Africa’s grueling Comrades Marathon.
To address part of the homeless challenge, Doniece Sandoval started Lava Mae, a nonprofit that provides mobile showers.
Little Steps Community Daycare in rural Georgia has transformed the lives of children, parents, and senior volunteers.
At Hopeworks, Dan Rhoton helps at-risk youths find opportunity by coupling coding and computer training with life readiness coaching.
As nationalist and anti-Europe voices have gained strength, the Röders have organized pro-Europe rallies that encourage political participation.
He left Liberia for his safety and won the Goldman Environmental Prize fighting for land rights – and against governments and big corporations.
In Bangalore, India, a startup called TrashCon made a machine that helps manage waste by sorting mixed trash.
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Mark Horvath's videos help people understand homelessness. He's reached hundreds of thousands of viewers and sparked local volunteering efforts.
Roberto Patiño is a Harvard-educated Venezuelan who has established more than 100 free dining halls around his country in the past three years.
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