For decades, Dr. Lois Lee has been ripping the covers off of one of America’s dirtiest secrets — adults have sex with children. Find out how she’s become one of the biggest and fiercest warriors in the fight against child sex trafficking.
After a successful business career, Gerald Hilbrich retired and became a role model for one of his personal philosophies — those who make a good living are obligated to give back their time, talent and treasures. Get his tips for making a difference
Sol Bleiweis was just 11 years old when Germany invaded his native Poland. In Auschwitz, he watched his brother and mother die. But Sol not only survived, he made it his mission to make a difference and spread his message of joy and hope.
Do you know what you’re going to do after you retire? One of the best ways to move forward is to give back. Beryl Wiltshire signed up as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity at the age of 68 doing many things she had never done before.
For more than 30 years, Liberty DeVitto was the driving force and the beat behind Billy Joel. Now, in his 60s, he’s banging the drum of starting anew, of reinvention and staying relevant.
Former Microsoft executive John Wood is on a mission to change lives through the power of books. Find out how his program, Room to Read, is making a difference across the world and why he believes you don’t have to be rich to change lives.
When you make a difference in your community — do you experience a “helper’s high?” Meet Allan Luks, the man who coined the phrase and is considered one of the world’s top experts in volunteering.
Tracy Stone was at rock bottom. She was in the midst of a devastating divorce and struggling to find her way as a single mom. But then she felt herself drawn to the war-torn country of Rwanda and before she knew it, her life had changed forever.
Veteran television reporter Sally Kidd is also a triathlete who is about to combine her passions for fitness, travel and adventure into a trek to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. And she’s doing it for a great cause.
She tried to enlist after the military after 9/11, but recruiters told the 46-year-old she was too old. So she just found a new way to make a difference, launching the largest military support organization in history.