When Colleen Gonzales found her childrens’ school programs were lacking, she got to work and found her own fulfillment along the way.
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Stephanie Bowman, founder One Heart for Women and Children shares what she’s learned about making a difference in the lives of others and offers her top 5 ways you can give back to your community.
Unexpected gifts seem to be more precious in a holiday season that comes with a pandemic asterisk. And sometimes, the sweetest surprises come when the younger generation connects with the older generation to make holiday magic.
Giving Tuesday isn’t just a commemorative throwaway day. It has meaning. It has purpose. And it speaks to the Growing Bolder brand. Get inspired with ways you can get involved today.
We all feel a little helpless at times. We want to make a difference but don’t always know what to do or how to help. Here are a couple ideas to get started.
What happens when an athlete who is mostly non-verbal or very shy comes alive in front of the camera? Magic. Step inside the studio for a day of media training with Special Olympians, and find out how you can help their dreams come true.
Judith Simms-Cendan, M.D., loves to practice medicine, loves to teach and loves to serve. Her favorite classrooms are the streets and remote villages of impoverished countries around the world. She invites us along to the Dominican Republic to show how her students are changing and saving lives.
Allan Law spent 32 years teaching at inner-city schools. After retiring, he knew he couldn’t walk away from his community’s homeless and hungry. Now he spends every single night passing out sandwiches. This year, he’ll pass out more than a million!
Peter Buffett is proof that the even the world’s wealthiest families can raise children who have a social conscious, And now he’s inspired the entire world to rethink how philanthropy should really work. He explains.
After a successful business career, Gerald Hilbrich retired and became a role model for one of his personal philosophies — those who make a good living are obligated to give back their time, talent and treasures. Get his tips for making a difference
Do you know what you’re going to do after you retire? One of the best ways to move forward is to give back. Beryl Wiltshire signed up as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity at the age of 68 doing many things she had never done before.
When you make a difference in your community — do you experience a “helper’s high?” Meet Allan Luks, the man who coined the phrase and is considered one of the world’s top experts in volunteering.