Non Profits

The Fear of Opportunity

Sarah Wauterlek Pierson | Posted 09.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Wauterlek Pierson

We were harshly thrown into it when our spouses died. Whether it was cancer or a tragic accident, we had to find a new way of living when death came knocking at our door. We had to be brave then, and we will choose a new kind of bravery when our feet step onto foreign land having left our homes, families, friends, and jobs behind.

Big Wave Surfer Dave Kalama, CrossFit Athletes, Walkers Sweat for Cystic Fibrosis

Philip White | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Philip White

When siblings Audrey and Jack DuCharme are healthy, they need a breathing treatment each day. Then there's the multiple inhaled medications, the doctors' checkups, and the fear that if they get a cold - which most of us would dismiss as a sniffle - it could put them in hospital, or at least require four daily treatments.

Harnessing the Entrepreneurial Spirit

Carlos Miranda | Posted 12.04.2013 | UK
Carlos Miranda

The lack of drive and commitment to business development and strategic fundraising in the charitable and social enterprise spaces never ceases to amaze me. Don't get me wrong: I'm not implying that all charities, social enterprises, and NGOs lack business or fundraising acumen.

Top Tips for Giving Effectively This Christmas

Dan Corry | Posted 12.02.2013 | UK
Dan Corry

Giving to a good cause may sound simple but with over 160,000 charities registered in the UK alone it can be hard to know where best to send your money and to be confident of its impact.

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Dan Griffin | Posted 20.10.2012 | UK
Dan Griffin

So after finishing form four last November, she wanted to attend university to pursue that enthusiasm--and eventually, a career. But like so many other youth in this area, poverty stunted her growth.