Peter Buffett is proof that the even the world’s wealthiest families can raise children who have a social conscious, And now he’s inspired the entire world to rethink how philanthropy should really work. He explains.
An important part of Growing Bolder is giving back as you’re moving forward. Social entrepreneur Jane Hursh has found a way to turn sweet treats into sweeter lives for others.
More and more Americans are taking a page from Paul Newman’s book and starting businesses they love as a means to helping others. After many mission trips, Jane Hursh felt obligated to share the blessings of her life. So she turned to sweets.
Fifteen years ago, Elissa Montanti read a letter from a child that changed her life forever. Find out how that moment inspired her to launch a charity that’s changing the lives of children around the world.
One of GB’s favorite 5K runs is hosted by Dick Batchelor. Come along for a great event and check out three “legendary” racers who talk some smack about the younger runners.
Arnold Palmer burst onto the scene at the same moment that televised golf was finding its way into American living rooms. Arnold doesn’t play much competitive golf anymore, but as we found out, he still has plenty of game.
Many of the top masters rowing teams in the Southeast were competing. So why was one boat filled with complete novices, rowing newbies, and breast cancer survivors?
Tiger Woods’ home golf course got a pink transformation the morning after he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A pink army invaded the exclusive Isleworth Country Club to continue its battle breast cancer.
Filled with grief but driven by a desire to honor her mother, Victoria Petrucelly and her best friend turned a lemonade stand into a life lesson for us all.
He quickly became a national folk hero and is credited with popularizing golf worldwide. Arnold Palmer doesn’t play much competitive golf anymore, but as we found out, he still has plenty of game.