In rural India, an all-girls school thrives despite extreme poverty
Visiting the Lou Ann Long Girls’ Hostel in Yadgir
One boy's love of history led him to meet his WWII hero
After watching a special on Pearl Harbor on PBS, five-year-old Landon found a new hero: WWII veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor, Donald Stratton.
Making the tools of technology accessible to everyone
Powering Potential began in 2006 as Founding Director Janice Lathen’s dream of bringing educational access to remote locations without electricity.
The power of women in the fight against hunger
As more women are empowered to become community health workers, they help an entire generation grow up strong.
A groundbreaking journalist's legacy lives on
The Gwen Ifill Fund for Journalism Excellence continues Gwen’s legacy at WETA.
Pouring it forward
In the United States, around eighty percent of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are unemployed.
Building grids, making connections
Without consistent and reliable power, rural communities face an uphill battle in managing very real health challenges.
This ranch helps kids dream big
Carter was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of eight years old. A Colorado camp transformed him from hospital patient back to being just a kid.
Building futures for families
Founded in 2011, Beds for Kids is a nonprofit whose mission is to provide beds and essential furniture to children and their families in need.
Changing the game
GameChanger’s founders dedicate their lives to helping others through their battles against life-threatening illnesses.
Giving deaf children the gift of sound and speech
Giving a child access to sound as soon as possible is essential to their development and future.
At this special camp, children are encouraged to "raise a little hell"
Diagnosed with cancer at just 11 years old, Amanda Garbatini struggled to cope — until she heard about a unique Connecticut kids' camp.