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Philanthroper – A Daily Deal Site for Giving

About a year ago, Mark Wilson launched Philanthroper, a site that has been dubbed the “Groupon for Good.” Like other daily deal sites, Philanthroper sends out a daily email featuring a charity and…

Resolution Wrap Bracelets – Reminding You of Your Goals for the New Year

With only a few days left of the year, many of us are contemplating that age-old question: ‘what’s my New Years resolution?’ If you are like most people, yours will most likely revolve…

Undies with a Cause: PACT + Architecture for Humanity for Japan

This holiday season, PACT and Architecture for Humanity have teamed up in support of the design and construction of a work-house for a cooperative of 15 fishermen in Shizugawa, a town nearly destroyed…

Art for Good: Needs For Sale

Sometimes all we need to help someone less fortunate is a bit of magical thinking. Like: “if I paint a picture of a warm bed a homeless person will get one!” Sound crazy?…

Oi Mei – Artisan-made Pillows for Peace

Sometimes inspiration strikes at the most unexpected moments. For Aimi Duong it happened while in Business School and spending a year abroad. She had visited rural villages in Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia…

Meet People, Have Fun & Help Out in Your Community on The Do Good Bus

Are you itching to do some good but aren’t quite sure where to go? Do you like to meet new people, get wined and dined and have fun? Do you enjoy mysteries and…

The $5 Meal Challenge

This past weekend, well over 30,000 people from across the U.S. took Slow Food USA’s $5 Challenge, coming together to enjoy a true “value meal” in their communities. So what constitutes a “value…

24 Hours of Reality

Droughts, floods, heat waves, insect outbreaks, wildfires, sea level rise – we are encountering the reality of our changing climate every day. Five years after the theatrical release of An Inconvenient Truth, Nobel…

ARZU Studio Hope – Rugs With a Mission

ARZU, which means “hope” in Dari, is an innovative model of social entrepreneurship that helps Afghan women weavers and their families break the cycle of poverty by providing them steady income and access…

Why You Should Care About Labels – Fair Trade Explained

You’ve all probably heard the term or seen the labels, but what, exactly, is Fair Trade (or Fairtrade, as both spellings are used)? In 2001, the four members — Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International…

Make Bracelets, Not War

I love bracelets and tend to pile them on without abandon. Two of my current favorites aren’t just pretty to look at, they also carry a powerful message. The Peace Cord bracelet is…

Helping Japan – Ensuring Relief Efforts Reach Those in Need

It’s hard to think about anything but Japan right now. Earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding, nuclear meltdowns—we can’t ignore the worldwide impact these disasters will have on our generation. The best thing you can do…

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