Anatomy of a “Communicating with Communities” response in a humanitarian emergency
Top Teachers Change Lives
Help us make their day. CHI Health is seeking nominations of teachers who are changing the lives of students. Each month, we’ll surprise a Top Teacher nominee with a School Supply Basket and Gift Card.
Changing Lives for 10 Years
A decade after a heart attack, William Green explains how the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Speare saved his life.
How libraries change lives
When was the last time you visited your local library? You might be surprised by what’s happening if you haven’t been recently. Ciara Eastell makes a strong ...
How Yoga changes lives
On International Yoga Day, practitioners recall how this ancient healing science sparked a personal transformation for them
Experience How Vision Therapy Changes Lives: Meet Jillian and Robin Benoit
Cover one of your eyes with your hand for about 5 minutes. At first, you may not even last the entire 5 minutes and give up covering that eye out of frustration and indifference, which is understandable! Now imagine at the age of 6 having no choice but to patch one of your eyes for […]
How IDs Change Lives
STV voters talking about how their new ID will change their lives.
How Bicycles Change Lives
A bicycle sparks a positive reaction that changes every aspect of a child's life: • School attendance: Schools where children participate in BEEP see attenda...
How believing in people changes lives
Michael McKnight, President & CEO, United Way of the Lower Mainland (right) and Mike Killeen, CTV News at 6 anchor with Amanda at the 2017 Scotiabank & United Way Community…
How digital records change lives
A chance finding in Trove has helped change the life of a young boy born without fingers – and thousands more people with similar special needs around the world.Trove, the award-winning free discovery service driven by the National Library of Australia, was used by American designer Ivan Owen, during his research into the construction of the world’s first 3D printed, body-powered partial hand prosthesis for a young boy called Liam.
How your donation changes lives
With every pound you raise, you are funding new research, providing precious support to more people, wherever they are, whatever they are going through. Memory Walk will raise over £9 million to support everyone affected by dementia . So let’s get fundraising! Your target is to raise £150, read our ideas and tips and raise even more.
Here's how you change lives
The difference between an active life, filled with meaning, and one that isn't is $31.25 a day for Loren and others in our adult programs Loren is a people person and has a great sense of humor. She never passes up an opportunity to say "hi" and ask if she can help. She is always at her best when she is surrounded by people. Being alone just doesn't feel right to her. Since she became a part of our adult program in Rockville…
10 Arts Organizations That Change Lives
These arts organizations offer classes, workshops, performances, and more for those who need it most—shifting perspectives and changing lives through the power of self-expression.
How an expandable shoe is changing lives
How the business of bionics is changing lives
Technology is improving the lives of amputees, enabling them to move prosthetic limbs just by thinking. How?
CASA and United Way are Changing Lives
The mission of Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) is to recruit, train, and supervise court-appointed volunteer Advocates who provide constancy for abused and neglected children and youth while advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes.
How the Gospel is Changing Lives [Echo]
Breakout session from Echo: The 2014 Missions Conference at Biola University
How Harvest of Hope® Changes Lives
How gratitude can change lives
Can something as simple as being more grateful really change someone's life? Scientists and researchers with the John Templeton Foundation and UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center say yes.
How a Beauty Queen Is Changing Lives
Bullying can take many different forms. "It's teasing, name-calling, stereotyping, fighting, exclusion, spreading rumors, public shaming and aggressive intimidation," according to a CNN report. However, of all the ways it can impact a person, research suggests that it cannot be used to devise stronger character During her 2014 TEDx Talk, Krystian Leonard -- founder of Shining S.C.A.R.S. -- recalled that she was called "a freak, Frankenstein…