Entries tagged with “Charity”
Craftivism is a way to be a changemaker while also being creative with your hands. Here are five ways to craft real change right now.
Charity DetoxWhat Charity Would Look Like If We Cared About ResultsBy Robert D. LuptonHARPERONEI handed the homeless man a dollar, and he responded warmly. Still, I walked aw…
“The problem isn’t that the Vatican needs money to maintain its operations, but that it is getting millions of dollars from a fund officially designated for helping people. This isn’t new, but it seems all the more egregious when religion preys on those who pray.”
Mana’olana Pink Paddlers, a canoe club for cancer patients and cancer survivors, has been a recipient of a donation from 100 Women Who Care Maui.
Here’s the science behind creating a chain reaction of goodnessThough economists and grumps have long argued to the contrary, many spiritual traditions teach us that, at our core, …
How to offer assistance to those in need.
Every meal is a gift at these pay-it-forward restaurants.
Kevin YazzieCanyon RecordsFor thousands of years, peyote has been sanctified as a medicine for emotional healing and spiritual connection among the indigenous peoples of North and …
Read about inspiring people transforming the world — with a little help for S&H.
The wisdom of asking one simple and difficult question
Field notes on the making of a hero
There are two ways to be holy, but you wouldn’t know it from the things we say about those who are.
When I give money to international agencies that work in developing countries, I worry that my money doesn’t reach the intended recipient. How can I be smart about choosing which p…
A homeless man stands on the corner holding a cardboard sign with the word “Hungry.” As you check out a few items at the drugstore, the clerk asks if you’d like to donate school su…
This season, let your gift giving be the ripple that expands into a global wave of good with these picks from S&H.
3 Lessons from Selfless Service