Meet Debbie Petry, a 64-year-old who is combing the powers of technology and meditation to make a difference in the world.
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The secret to doing more good is to do more of what you love. Here are some tips to help you use your unique talents and skillsets to have fun while you’re giving back.
As a medical doctor, photographer, mother, world traveler and FAA Certified Drone Pilot, Claire Johnson has many impressive attributes. Intelligence. Persistence. Determination. But her greatest characteristic might be this: staying open to the possibilities.
Certified domestic violence advocate Sheryl Kurland had the skills she needed to help the women take steps to move forward in their lives. Still, using advice from her mother, she found a way to do even more.
Father Greg Boyle believes working in the community isn’t about making a difference, but rather, kinship, connection and delighting the people around us.
Vivian Stancil, once a morbidly obese woman with an intense fear of the water is now a healthy, city official who runs two non-profits.
When Colleen Gonzales found her childrens’ school programs were lacking, she got to work and found her own fulfillment along the way.
Through her organization One Heart for Women and Children, Stephanie Bowman is on a mission to make sure no woman is ever stranded without resources.
John Rivers with a mission and a ministry, both driven by a passion for barbecue and for helping others. Find out how his non-profit Feed the Need is bringing meals to communities that need it most.
Tonja Anderson-Dell started her nonprofit Honored Bound to help families find the remains of service members missing from military plane crashes. It began as a personal quest and ended up helping dozens.
Calendar Girls is a Florida dance team made up of women 50-plus who perform for fun, fitness and fundraising for charities
Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club members bond over bikes, friendship, and community.