#YearofConnection August Update


A month has passed since we launched #YearofConnection Challenge, and thank you to our Everyday Ambassador community for celebrating the power of human connection! Once a month, we’ll be collecting stories, updates, and reflections to feature them on the blog, and check out some of our highlights below for the month of August. Signing up for […]

August Wrap-Up: Updates From Partners

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Today’s post marks the sixth post of a new initiative: the last Wednesday Wisdom post of every month will be dedicated to announcing updates from our new and selected old experiential partner organizations. See what each organization is up to, whether it be a new initiative, a star volunteer, or an exciting new program, below. […]

Weekly Passport: Girls Rule Ranger School, Kenyan Women Farm Revolution, & Humans of Pakistan

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| Female Army Rangers | A Farm in a Sack | HoP (Humans of Pakistan) |Fake a Tusk, Find a Terrorist | Do Black Lives Matter to Hillary? | Drill Shell, Drill! | Dismal Dismaland | Australian Drought Tactics | Libido Pills for Ladies | High Speed Heroes |

The Beauty & Pain: 10 Years Post-Katrina

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I hope you’ll take a moment today to reflect on Hurricane Katrina, on natural disasters as a whole, and the incredible beauty of human resilience that shines through when we’re put in helpless conditions that are out of our individual control. At the same time, I hope you’ll also ponder the dilemma of how easy it can be to not act when there are people immediately in front of us who need support.