Imagine losing all your belongings...a safe and warm home...your loved ones...your entire country. This is the reality for many of the 11+ million displaced by the conflict in Syria, and nearly half of these victims are just children.
Their stories often get lost in the headlines of warring factions, religious persecution, and what seems like unending violence. The reality is, these children are more than just statistics, refugees, or Read more »
Over the past four years the crisis in Syria — and more recently in Iraq — has pushed millions of families out of their homes and caused immense suffering, claiming the lives of over 191,000 people. The scale and severity of this crisis seems too overwhelming — but it's not, there are clear actions we can take to help.
Join us as we partner with World Vision, in our largest partnership to date Read more »
In honor of MLK Day, we have a call to action: this school year, let's not just talk about all the injustice in the world and how things need to change...let's do something about it!
This week you are sure to hear lot's of great quotes by Martin Luther King Jr. But MLK Day is not just an opportunity to remember the great man he was and important things he said and did for our country (and the world)...it's a time to renew ourRead more »
Have you been been considering volunteering for an organization working to alleviate poverty, but you're not sure where or how? Do you want to make an impact in the world, and grow both personally and professionally?
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Not sure about you, but we are pretty excited to see what this year will bring. As we come on our 6th year of operation, our new year's resolution is to inspire more people to get involved in our movement to alleviate extreme global poverty.