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The machine that saved Valentin

The machine that saved Valentin

On a sunny Guatemalan day, high up in a tree, a little boy fought for his life. He had climbed up the rough bark with no problem, but then he couldn’t find a foothold. He strained to regain his balance, but he knew it was too late. In a last-ditch effort, Valentin...
Take the #GiveUpGiveMore challenge in 2020

Take the #GiveUpGiveMore challenge in 2020

With 2020 starting a new decade, this new year has me feeling especially contemplative and driven. If you’re feeling that way, too, you’ve probably set some goals for the year ahead. My resolutions are to eat less sugar, read more books from the library, and exercise...
Your impact in 2019: Responding in times of crisis

Your impact in 2019: Responding in times of crisis

When disaster struck in 2019, you were there. This year, Hurricane Dorian decimated the Bahamas, and it was unlike anything people there had experienced before. The winds screamed and the rain fell as people prayed for survival. Many described it as the scariest...
Why you should still care about the refugee crisis

Why you should still care about the refugee crisis

Let’s be honest. It’s easy to get compassion fatigue when you talk about the refugee situation in the Middle East. After so many years, it feels like this crisis will never end. So, it’s not surprising when people ask, “Why should I even care anymore?” It’s a valid...
The blessing of eating, the power of feeding

The blessing of eating, the power of feeding

“I’m starving to death!” It’s 11:30 a.m., and I’m leaning over the side of my cubicle to complain to a co-worker. It’s been three hours since I’ve eaten breakfast, and I’m already anticipating lunch. I whine as if I’m powerless to stop my stomach from growling. But in...
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