Sharing Stories of Everyday Good

What we’re reading this January: our favorite volunteer engagement blogs & more

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Philanthropy's importance to employees, employers, nonprofits growing

A report from the Giving USA Foundation and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy found that employees increasingly want a say in how they give...

Amazon launches computer education program for underprivileged youth

The Amazon Future Engineer program is aimed at inspiring children and young adults to pursue a career in computer science, with a focus on youth from underserve...

Chocolates with a cause

Bellafina Chocolates is a gourmet chocolate company in Tennessee that donates 100% of its profits to children’s charities.

Seattle Children's receives $20 million gift for community clinic

The gift from former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and his wife, Connie, will help the hospital's Odessa Brown Children's Clinic better serve vulnerable families ...

Amnesty International creates new global human rights digital archive with Preservica

The world’s largest grassroots human rights organization will use Preservica’s active digital preservation platform to create a global archive that will acceler...

After a life-changing accident, this 12-year-old started her own nonprofit

Lexi Kelley was so inspired by the power of her friends and family coming together that she wanted to share that energy with other kids in her community.

Eat good. Do good.

At COMMONS café in Staten Island, 100% of the profits go to nonprofits and scholarships for kids from the New York borough.

How a beloved WWII singer became an advocate for children

Known across the world as the Forces' Sweetheart, Dame Vera Lynn provided hope and reassurance for Allied troops abroad and families back home.

Why volunteering is so important at the end of the year

For volunteer Crisis Counselors (CCs), the holidays are an extra special time to support people in pain.​

Measurement must keep up with evolving social efforts

Measuring and evaluating social outcomes presents a unique challenge for corporations.

How Safe Water Network is bringing safe drinking water to a million people

In the West African nation of Ghana, more than 8 million people do not have access to clean drinking water.