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The Inside Story of Refugee Resettlement with US Together & Nadia Kasvin

“We’re not here to help people to survive – they survived without us. We’re here to give them tools that will help empower them to succeed.” — Nadia Kasvin

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How the Columbus Foundation Advanced Social Entrepreneurship with Emily Savors

So it started right at the end of 2008, which was the start of the Great Recession. We became concerned that nonprofits were facing unfavorable year ends with giving decreasing, so we decided to step in… and basically help non-profits generate revenue streams.

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Ione Butler & Uplifting Content

Meet actress Ione Butler and her mission to creating uplifting content… because the world needs more of it! Tune in to discover her transformative authenticity, and why the world is not as hopeless as it may seem.

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Reading for Change with Ethan Martin

Ethan Martin and his wife started their non-profit Reading for Change in Troy, Ohio just a few years ago, and outgrew their first space by the end of their first year. “The challenge has never been fundraising”, Ethan told me, “No, the challenge was…”

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Serial Volunteering with Raj Thangavelu

I have known Raj Thangavelu since high school – we ran cross-country together, and he taught me an important life lesson.

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Volunteering abroad with Samaritans

Life can get in the way pretty fast: it is our relationships that are most important, so take care of them first.

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Wales: Plastic Bags for Children

In scouring the Welsh internet for news, this mission came to the surface: The grocery store Morrisons adding 5 cents for plastic bags to raise money for children…

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Wales: Welsh Pies

Because, what is Wales without Welsh Pies?

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Seva Café Grasse

The Seva Café in Grasse, France serves a cuisine based on love and sharing.

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Tête en l’air

Where you live makes such a difference. The environment where you live feeds your vitality – a worn down cramped and dirty place drains energy almost as quickly as you can find it. And yet, for many, this is all they can afford.