Creating a safe space for children displaced by conflict and crisis
The Schoolbox Project provides mobile trauma-informed education, art, and play to children in refugee camps and crisis situations.
For grieving children and adults, a place to tell their stories
While grief is something we will all go through, there are few places we can turn to find comfort, solace, understanding, and a place to tell our stories.
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.
One educator's innovative idea to give local children a brighter future
In 1964, Headmaster George Stevens had the bold idea to make good use of the summer months and open an empty campus to under-resourced students.
After losing her husband, she founded a grief support camp for children
Twice a year, children between 6 and 17 who have lost a significant loved one gather at Camp Hope for a weekend of support.
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.