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Some nonprofits try to change the world by collecting signatures on petitions, others by blocking whaling ships, but Thought Café is trying to better the world through design — specifically by using YouTube and Vimeo to share their animated infographics to help explain complex issues. The project seems to be working; their …
They were some of the city’s youngest heroes during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and they’re about to be honored in an extraordinary way — with an invitation
Tonight's homework: Do people's tax returns for them. High schools across the country are turning students as young as freshmen into IRS-certified tax preparers and having them do free
1 in 6 people in america go hungry at some point during the year and rely on food banks to get them through tough times. Join DoSomething.org and
There are grants, scholarships, volunteer opportunities and more just waiting for the right people. We consider it tragic if you can't find the opportunities you need. That's why
Who hasn’t at one time or another (or maybe, still do) dread going to hospital? Imagine having to spend 6 weeks there. Yea, not that appealing right? Well,
From our favorite 'do good site' DoSomething.org Monday is more than a day off from school (although that’s pretty awesome). Even MORE awesome – it’s Martin Luther King Jr.
The holiday spirit is contagious, so it's no surprise tech companies, non-profits and other organizations have embraced giving back this winter. While volunteering time and donating money have long been holiday
School will resume for Sandy Hook Elementary next month in a new building and to make students comfortable and help relieve some of the anxiety after last week's shooting, parent
For every stainless steel water bottle Miir sells, the Seattle company gives $1 to a charity that provides a year's worth of clean water to someone in need.