Forget bucket lists. Longtime Habitat for Humanity volunteer Martha Cole is just as passionate about building a better world as she is about seeing the world. That doesn’t mean she hasn’t done some pretty amazing things, too. She explains why she believes living a life of balance is the best gift you can give yourself and society.
Who would have thought one of the most effective tools in the fight against breast cancer would be a golf club? Meet the life-changing and saving volunteers of Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
Sometimes, all it takes to make a difference is the spark of a good idea. Eleanor Meiner wanted to help her husband, Sam, remember some of the magic of his childhood Easters. Now, they’re brightening the holidays of thousands of sick kids worldwide.
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.
More than 20 years ago, Lynn Brooks walked away from a successful career because she had an idea about how she could help boost the image of her beloved New York City. Now, she and her volunteer organization are stronger than ever.
Jeremy Bloom made his sports dreams come true — he’s a three-time World Champion skiier, two-time Olympian, college football All-American and retired NFL player. And now, he’s making lifelong wishes come true for those 80 and older. Find out why.
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.
One woman’s idea to bring dresses to little girls in Africa blossomed into a major charity that’s now sent more than 120,000 dresses from all 50 states to girls across the world. Find out how someone who couldn’t even sew is clothing children worldwide.
One day, Kevin Salwen’s 14-year-old daughter came to him with a crazy idea — we should sell our big house and donate the money to charity. Know what’s crazier? That’s exactly what the Salwen family did.
She’s spent 35 years helping and loving the orphans of the world, and she’s not doing it from a distance — she moves to disaster-stricken areas to provide as much help as possible.