Amongst all those negative social media newsfeeds and all the disappointing stories we see every day on the news, I love this little message from kindness.org to restore our faith in people (tissues at the ready)...
The people of Seattle seem to know where it's at when it comes to bringing the generations together. Providence St Vincent provides an award-winning child care programme, the Intergenerational Learning Centre.
Pravin founded NGO Roshni when he was just 18 years old. He was inspired after meeting a girl, called Roshni, who didn't go to school during her periods. Pravin's project helps to generate discussion and dispel myths on menstruation.
Love this so much from the late great Maya Angelou that I figured it was a great #WednesdayWisdom quote to share with you all.
Katie's Krops is a social enterprise teaching kids how to grow fruit and veg, whilst also giving back to their communities.
Disappointed with the lack of opportunities for the deaf community, Breno Oliveira opened a gelato parlour in Brazil employing mainly people who are deaf.
Amazing to see mediation being used so successfully, it makes you question why more schools don't follow suit.
With today being World Book Day I wanted to share this beautiful story I came across via AJ+. Muskaan Arihar is a nine-year-old living in Bhopal, India. Recognising the lack of resources available to children like her, and determined to encourage her peers to learn, she opened a free street library.
As many of you know I'm the co-founder of ethical.market. Back when we first launched we made a pact to always try to go against the grain creating a business that makes a real difference. So on Black Friday instead of unnecessary discounts we donate 100% of profits from the day to charity.