Tag: Wisdom & Reflection

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.

At this special camp, children are encouraged to "raise a little hell"

Diagnosed with cancer at just 11 years old, Amanda Garbatini struggled to cope — until she heard about a unique Connecticut kids' camp.

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.

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.

When this journalist began losing his sight, he found new stories to discover

Milwaukee reporter Crocker Stephenson struggles to see the world around him, but other things have become clearer — like the kindness and decency of people.

Changing the narrative

Executive Director and Co-Founder of United We Dream, Cristina Jiménez, shares how the stories we tell are not in isolation from laws and policies.

A new Congress brings fresh opportunity for philanthropy to deepen our engagement with policymakers

With the beginning of the 116th Congress and new congressional leadership coming to Washington in January, philanthropy has a powerful opportunity.