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.
Employees become rescuers after 3-day-old puppies are found outside NAPA store
An ordinary work day turns into a life-saving adventure as employees spring into action to help the tiny, hungry pups.
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.
Albert Einstein and the birth of the International Rescue Committee
Learn how the IRC was founded at the call of physicist, humanitarian — and refugee — Albert Einstein.
A new Smithsonian exhibit on philanthropy focuses on the intersection of giving and health around the globe
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History’s refreshed "Giving in America" exhibit reopens this week.
One man's quest to enrich his community with education and culture
To tell the story of the Mammoth Lakes Foundation is to tell the story of Dave McCoy, a man who wanted to make his community a place that he could be proud of.
This nonprofit changed its philanthropic focus to better serve veterans
USAA is a unique kind of bank. It was created during the 1920s when army officers had to insure one another's cars because no traditional insurance company would.
What's Good? 5 questions for Jon Albert
The founder and president of the Jack & Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation shares why family memories are our greatest inheritance.