For the past decade, Camden, New Jersey, has endured one of the highest rates of murder and poverty in the United States. In that sense, it’s an unlikely place to start a Little League Baseball organization. But in 2011, Bryan Morton—once a drug dealer and ex-con himself—did just that. Morton thought that giving kids a place to play baseball would help alleviate the ills that once impacted him and his peers.Read More
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Ron Clark may be the subject of a viral dancing video, but it's what he's done to make the video possible that's worth busting a move over.Read More
Rose Broome is the Co-Founder and CEO of HandUp, a fundraising platform for poverty-focused nonprofits and the people they serve.Read More
Mercy Ships brings hope and healing to the forgotten poor by mobilizing people and resources worldwide, and serving all people without regard for race, gender, or religion.Read More
Since 2009, Concrete Jungle has worked to fight both hunger and food waste by harvesting Atlanta's thousands of fruit trees.Read More
Sprouts Cooking Club is on a mission to bring the magic of cooking to kids of all backgrounds. With the help of renowned chefs and restaurants, Sprouts empowers kids to get their hands dirty and create, while instilling values of sustainable, healthy living.Read More
All around the world, food waste is a serious problem with no one easy solution. One Indian man is doing his part to address the issue. In 2014, Padmanaban Gopalan started No Food Waste—a nonprofit that helps redistribute untouched food from weddings and other events to the needy.Read More
The LifeStraw team is committed to redefining the safe drinking water space through technology innovation and product quality and design. In doing so, our work is driving sustainable access to safe drinking water by engaging governments, donors, and individual consumers to understand the problem and become an active part of the solution.Read More
Since its launch in November 2008, Invisible People has leveraged the power of video and the massive reach of social media to share the compelling, gritty, and unfiltered stories of homeless people from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.Read More