Nothing brings people together like a disaster. It’s human nature. Time and again through the historical hurricanes Harvey and Irma these past few weeks, the stories of humanity at its best have illuminated God’s light. I don’t recall a time where I’ve ever seen so many people with such compassion and ingenious fortitude come to… Read More
These are just some of the examples I’ve seen of people turning their empathy into action – action that must not stop so that we can continue contributing to the conversations and solutions we must find, together.
Several people have reached out to me on Linked In asking for advice on how to start a non-profit. While I don’t know most of them, when I have a few moments, I will sometimes take a quick call. What I generally discover is that people don’t really want advice on starting a non-profit –… Read More
Are your mailbox, email and phone blowing up with giving requests? Mine sure are, and as I wade through all the spiffy tag lines and heartwarming photos I wonder, how are we deciding to whom we’ll give? Is it who we know best, or who’s doing the best work? One thing’s for certain, whether we’re putting serious… Read More
Never get too busy to use your voice for kindness, your ears for compassion, your hands for charity and your heart for love. Use your time wisely. Hugs and Love ❤
More than anyone else in recent history, Mother Teresa was the embodiment of God’s love here on earth. Her passion for caring for the “least of these” – the poor, sick, ostracized, and disenfranchised – is why we’re proud to call her a Woman Who Dared. She was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, in 1910 in Albania.… Read More