Heifer International Teaches Children About Giving

Heifer International, the organization we affectionately know to empower families the world over through animal gifts that provide not only a way out of hunger, but also a way into sustainable self-reliance, just launched a new interactive educational tool teaching children the power of giving. Aimed squarely at children between the ages of 5-10, Heifer’s new character, Sarah the Goat, guides children through the process … Continue reading Heifer International Teaches Children About Giving

Support the World Food Program With a Banner

To become an effective member of the social good movement doesn’t mean you have to partake in huge humanitarian efforts or donate tons of money to causes you care about. Social good can be witnessed in a single tweet, blog post, or even placing a badge about a cause whose work you admire on your blog. If you follow the posts on hunger relief and … Continue reading Support the World Food Program With a Banner

World Food Programme Reaches Remote Areas for Food Relief

I am always amazed by the lengths at which the World Food Programme goes to feed people in need. Last Wednesday evening I participated in a Google+ Hangout with the World Food Programme’s team in Nepal. Two members of the Nepalese food relief team said it can take at least three days to deliver food to remote areas in Nepal. Sometimes when the team has … Continue reading World Food Programme Reaches Remote Areas for Food Relief