How America's Poor Sell Their Blood Plasma to Get By
"Donating" twice a week isn't an act of charity—it's a job.
Rainbow PUSH Silicon Valley Digital Connections Initiative
In Silicon Valley and around the nation, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition has fought for economic justice, fairness and workers’ right to organize. From bus drivers to security officers, working people are rallying, and winning in Silicon Valley For the past few years, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition has been at the forefront of the battle against income inequality in Silicon Valley. The technological innovations coming out of the Bay Area have changed the way we live and communicate PUSHTech 2019 Summit Sold Out - Registration is Closed Thursday, May 30, 2019 Thursday, May 30, 2019 Thursday, May 30, 2019 29th Annual MLK Scholarship Breakfast "Sketches of a New Legacy" 29th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.…
10 Thrift Store Shopping Secrets You Should Know
So, today we're going to talk about my favorite thing: thrift stores. As you know, I consider myself a true patron of the thrift, a master...
10 Behaviors of High Achievers
Robert Browning said, 'A man's reach should exceed his grasp,' but always reaching for the stars can be exhausting. It's not for everyone.
How Farm-to-School Summer Programs Feed Low-Income Families
Kids’ needs for nutritious meals don’t take a summer vacation. But for parents in need, help is available.
How to Help Children Cope with a Crisis
Save the Children has provided ten tips to help children cope with tragedies like the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT and the Boston Marathon bombing. Learn more
How big data and cloud are supporting non-profit operations
Aaron Auld, CEO at EXASOL, discusses how big data analytics and cloud technologies are offering incredible new opportunities in the not-for-profit sector.
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Can What You Eat Affect Your Mental Health?
What's for dinner? The question is popping up in an unexpected place --– the psychiatrist's office.
What homeless people really need is a home, not a clean shirt or bowl of soup
The intentions of those who provide charity to people on the streets are unambiguously positive. And yet, without them knowing, their actions can actually do more harm than good.