Latest stories from Lindsey Reynolds
Buy this soap, help save lives
Eco-Soap Bank is a humanitarian and environmental nonprofit organization working to save, sanitize, and supply recycled hotel soap for the developing world.
13 years and millions of dollars later, the ambitious, enormous American Mural Project is coming together
For two decades, Sharon artist Ellen Griesedeck has had a dream to create a mural honoring working men and women, five stories high and 120 feet wide.
Albert Einstein's thoughts on philanthropy
Arguably the most famous scientist in the world, Einstein also had some wise words to say about selflessness, philanthropy, and the common good.
This New Orleans school has redefined what success looks like
Opportunities Academy is a post-secondary school that caters to and empowers students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
What's Good? 5 questions for Jon Sullivan
Meet Jon Sullivan, the Director of Corporate Communications for Aflac, where he leads the planning and execution of the company's CSR.
How an insurance company made childhood cancer its philanthropic focus
Since 1995, Aflac has raised and donated more than $133 million to the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
This little girl's wish to record a podcast came true, thanks to a Chicago radio station
Not many five-year-olds might think to record a podcast as their big "wish," but Azka Sharief is one unique little girl.
A new Smithsonian exhibit on philanthropy focuses on the intersection of giving and health around the globe
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History’s refreshed "Giving in America" exhibit reopens this week.