Philanthropy

Donna Hopkins, the Athlete Breaking Barriers

Credit: Donna Hopkins Donna Hopkins went into surgery thinking the pain caused by her fibroids would soon be over, and she could be able to progress as normal. Unfortunately, unexpected complications can arise without any moment’s notice. Due to a blood clot followed...

LeBron James’ Public School Opens its Doors

Credit: Money Inc When one thinks of LeBron James, his prominent role as a basketball player immediately comes to mind. He is not only one of the most famous players in his sport in the United States, but arguably one of the most famous athletes in the world. Perhaps...

Power Philanthropist Profiile: Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

California’s Bay Area is known for its history, its nature, and its booming high-tech industry. These factors are enough to bring in any number of travelers hoping to sneak a peek at the luxurious California lifestyle, but moreover, these culturally rich areas attract...

Power Philanthropist Profile: Margaret Luce

Palm Beach, Florida is an area of the United States known for its wealthy and glamorous citizens. As the average person travels along the residential areas of Palm Beach, they can’t help but be struck by a sense of exclusivity and seemingly unattainable fortune. It is...

Gal Gadot Surprises Children’s Hospital Dressed as Wonder Woman

Back in early 2017, many couldn’t fathom that a superhero film not only headlined by a woman, but directed by a woman, would be successful. The release of Wonder Woman proved all those nonbelievers horribly wrong. After the critical acclaim and box office success of...

Bruce Springsteen Abandons Script to Address Border Crisis

In October of 2017, Bruce Springsteen began a concert residency on Broadway, aptly titled: Springsteen on Broadway. It was initially a six week run, but with the dramatic success of ticket sales and issues with scalpers, the show has been extended an additional three...

Austin Perine: The Young Hero Fighting Hunger

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but it isn’t his size that makes Austin Perine a different kind of superhero. This four-year-old has the power to feed the homeless. And his alter-ego? President Austin. It all began while watching a show about animals with his...

Dolester Miles: The Pastry Chef From Birmingham Making Headlines

Each year, the James Beard Foundation awards chefs around the nation with prestigious baking and cooking awards. Many refer to this event as the "Oscars of the food world." Dolester Miles had already been nominated for Best Pastry Chef twice before, and her place of...

How Avalon Hester, a Young Artist, Pays Tribute To Historical Women With a Hand-Crafted Dress

The #METOO and #TIMESUP Movements have brought inspiration to women and men across the world. It’s generated tributes to women through television, red carpet events and music. Time magazine even named its annual person of the year “the silence breakers” who spoke out...

Not Your Average Secretary: 96 Years-Young Sylvia Bloom Donates $8.2 Million

The splendor of wealth does not always show itself. For Sylvia Bloom, a 96-years-young retired secretary who passed away earlier this year, her $8.2 million dollars in donations to various charities represent a story of humility, philanthropy and generosity rarely...

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