Philanthropy is the giving of yourself to others through money, time and effort. It’s the act of making our world a little better through empathy and compassion. Our world is full of people in need, and you have the power to help make a difference. Here are six ways to make philanthropy a part of your life.Read Full Story
A few major corporations -- for example, Johnson & Johnson and Target -- are well-known for their donations to charities. While they might not receive the same publicity as the big guys, other good-citizen companies go quietly about donating to a range of causes, as well. With both monetary and hands-on involvement, these companies have been providing important funding for cash-strapped nonprofits -- among them, the makers of popular, healthy snack choices. This summer, snack for a cause on one of these.Read Full Story
Sadly, hunger is a growing epidemic in America. According to a recent national hunger survey, 24% of Americans are concerned about having enough money to put food on the table in the next year. Though those numbers are staggering, many people are unaware of how serious hunger is in their own communities.Read Full Story
We are told that people come in and out of our lives for a reason, and for 44-year-old Charlie Foote, Shad McNair stepped in as a saving grace. In 2001 the former firefighter was diagnosed with IGA neuropathy and wasted no time opting for a kidney transplant in 2002 before the autoimmune disease had the opportunity to develop further. The healthy kidney served him well, until the neuropathy returned in November of 2014.Read Full Story
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