How women can end world hunger

Creating solutions for 821 million people suffering from hunger worldwide will take far more than changing food systems. It will require gender equality.

Understanding humanity through the arts

Lester Purry, a lifelong actor, played Troy Maxson in the Portland Playhouse’s 2018 production of Fences.

Meet the new Wall Street warriors

The Wall Street Warriors are about to move millions into the hands of families through collective investment.

These new campus centers are taking on truth, racial healing, and transformation

The TRHT Campus Centers are a national coalition that will engage citizens in racial healing and catalyze efforts to address current inequities.

Sharing the human experience

The Portland Playhouse was founded with two core principles: inclusion and artistic excellence.

Bridging the opportunity gap

Connect-Us programs bring people from Connecticut’s most affluent areas together with young people and their families in Bridgeport.

​Healing through the ways we know

The American Indian Cancer Foundation is reclaiming Indigenous health with culture and tradition.

Why we should trust and invest in families

FII's radically different approach to poverty involves directly supporting low-income families so they can work together to achieve prosperity.

Public art isn't just for big cities

Small towns can be places of art and culture showcased in unique and exciting ways. A tiny town in Nebraska proves just that.

When do we start to love music?

Since 1924, Portland Youth Philharmonic has inspired and trained young musicians throughout the Pacific Northwest.

For these African girls, an alternate rite of passage

Partnering directly with Maasai communities, AmRef developed new ways for young girls to transition into womanhood without FGM.

J.K. Rowling shares why children need families, not orphanages

Lumos founder J.K. Rowling talks about the impact of life in an orphanage and how to end the systematic institutionalization of children worldwide.