5 Tips for Building a Social Impact Business from the Ground Up
Humanitix has established itself as one of Australia’s most exciting social businesses. Here are five practical tips from its co-founders to keep in mind if you’re thinking or in the process of building a social impact business.
An Open Letter to Georgetown Visitation
We pray that Visitation’s leaders will reaffirm their commitment to teaching the Catholic faith in its fullness.
Aging experts suggest you discuss these 10 senior care issues with your family
Aging experts share what we need to discuss in senior care. See the 10 topics in aging-related issues that need our attention now.
First Edition Books: What Every Book Collector Needs to Know
Nothing gets a book collector’s pulse racing faster than the discovery of a first edition – especially a rare one by a famous author. But how can you be sure that a book is, indeed, a first edition? Deciphering the clues can be perplexing, especially if you’re a novice bibliophile To learn more about first editions, we turned to book expert Bruce MacMakin, who is Senior Vice President of the San Francisco auction house PBA Galleries . PBA specializes in fine antiquarian and collectible books, autographed ephemera, and works on paper. How does one identify a first edition? Each publisher has its own way of identifying first editions of its publications, and even those are not always consistent, especially when taken over a span of years or decades. Many state “First Edition,” usually…
How best to serve developmentally disabled adults?
Many face disrupted lives due to well-intended new federal policy.
South Puget Sound Habitat For Humanity sets Local Families on a Path to Success
Affording child care, paying bills, worries about stretching the grocery money. When you compound those stressors with serious financial difficulties or cramped housing, those troubles can really stack up. Helping ease some of that stress is where South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity comes in.
Wilkes-Barre’s Community Options grows services for people with disabilities
March 27, 2017 | Times Leader online article | Article.pdf Luzerne County non-profit expands services WILKES-BARRE — A recently launched program at Community Options provides expanded services to Luzerne County residents with disabilities. The Home and Community Based Habilitation program…
How To Turn Your Backyard into a Four-Season Farm
Turning your garden into a four-season farm is easier than you think.
How abortion chain Planned Parenthood masquerades as a health care provider
Planned Parenthood and friends continually claim that abortion is only a small percentage of the organization’s services (three percent), and that their business is mainly about providing healthcare. But if we dissect Planned Parenthood’s most recent annual reports, another story emerges. This story goes back nearly two decades, to when the organization began gradually adding in various “services” […]
How Can I Diminish A Mountain of Anxiety after TBI?
The huge task of bringing yourself down from the "mountain" of anxiety after TBI is a unchartered trek, since every brain injury is different. This blog post points to some ways to make the journey easier, with some considerable suggestions to help find your way.