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How to Treat Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer

Cancer. It’s amazing the weight that one single six-letter word can carry. In an instant, the whole course of your future comes screeching to a halt as you try to process what you were just told. As scary as it sounds, when you look at the numbers it’s even scarier: An estimated 50% of American […]

Donating on a Budget

It’s a common dilemma – you want to give money to worthy causes, but you don’t have much or any extra cash every month. Fortunately, there are still ways that you can make donations even when you’re on a tight budget.

How Philanthropy Helps Your Health

Philanthropy feels like a selfless act; we give to others because we want to help them improve their own lives, not ours. Sure, the act of helping others makes us feel good, but aside from that are there any other personal benefits that come along with doing good for those around us? Scientific studies point […]

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Donating Life for the Cause

Philanthropists and those of charitable nature oftentimes donate their life work to improving the world. Whether it is ending poverty, fighting for world peace, or finding a cure for a terminal illness, individuals that devote their time and effort to the betterment of any cause are those that spark change in the world. Such is […]

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Technology’s Role in Philanthropy

Just as it has done for the world of business, technology has begun to change how individuals and companies approach philanthropy. The internet, mobile apps, and crowdfunding have given philanthropists even more resources in donating their time and efforts toward causes they feel passionate about, in addition to greatly expanding their audiences. For those new […]

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How to Keep Your Non-Profit Afloat

The idea of social entrepreneurship is to develop, fund, and implement solutions to causes that benefit the community or environment. Today, this is a very common route for people looking to start their own companies or organizations. However, the idea of a non-profit is frequently associated with volunteer work, thus deterring some entrepreneurs who may […]

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7 of the Best Charities Improving Health

There are thousands of charities around the world seeking donations that could aid them in their causes. However, most people are hesitant to do so if they are uncertain where their donations are going, and how they are being handled. Based on their financial returns and percentages, below are some of the most beneficial health-related […]

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How Millennials Are Changing Philanthropy

The stigma that the work ethic of millennials is significantly lower than that of other generations is still believed by a number of people. However, to consider them a less motivated group is unfairly judging based on little information. With the start of the holiday season, young adults are seeking innovative ways to donate their […]

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Virtue Ethics Applied to the Modern World

Virtue ethics is a term referring to ethical theories that emphasize high moral standards of both mental and physical characteristics. These focus on being rather than doing, and should be practiced in order to bring about good consequences in the world that you control. Virtuous people can be defined as those who are kind throughout […]

Living with Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder that causes persistent lung infections, limiting a person’s ability to breathe over time, and affects approximately 30,000 people across the United States, and 70,000 people worldwide, more than 75% of which being diagnosed by age 2. With the severity of certain symptoms and extensive treatment required to battle this […]

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