Sharing Stories of Everyday Good

Tag: Innovation

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 one Ukranian refugee reclaimed his career in Idaho

Every year, hundreds of new Americans leave everything behind, arriving in Idaho with advanced degrees and successful but interrupted careers.

No longer afraid to try

After an internship with the American Mural Project, college student Sarah Kruse felt inspired to reach for her own dreams as well.

From Cold War relic to star attraction

Built on the site of an old U.S. Army base in Connecticut, the Westport Observatory has been revealing the wonders of the night sky since 1975.

10 years later: reflecting on Paul Newman's philanthropic legacy

A decade after the late actor and humanitarian's passing, we reflect on Newman's Own Foundation's milestones.

The new normal of corporate giving

Companies must address short-term shareholder calls for investment returns while meeting broader stakeholder expectations for long-term social impact. But how?

Middle schoolers are met with cheers on their first day

All across the U.S. this fall, kids arriving for their first day of school are being met with cheers, applause and high fives.

Paul Newman: insights into the man and his legacy

Bob Forrester, the president and CEO of Newman’s Own foundation, recently sat down with GRAND magazine to share how the actor's philanthropic legacy began.