Covid-19 hasn’t slowed down people’s willingness to give, even if they aren’t able to do it in person, and while the U.S. continues to rank as the most generous country, WalletHub.com has recently released a report on some of the Most Charitable States within the U.S. for 2021. WalletHub, which is a personal finance website,…

An Idaho man struggling to provide for his wife and their two adopted children after suffering an injury while working to complete their home was the subject of a Christmas miracle that came from the unlikeliest of sources: a team of journalists. Brad and Erica Crow were surprised with health insurance for a year and…

Imagine this: you are at a vending machine, but instead of buying a snack for yourself, you get to buy a pair of shoes for a person in need or a polio vaccine for child in a third-world country. With the #LightTheWorld Giving Machines, you’re doing just that. Giving Machines are an incredible way to…

In 2012, a new tradition began following the American holiday of Thanksgiving. There were already two days dedicated to shopping, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but a team in New York City wanted to give people a reason to spend money on people other than themselves. So, they created Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday “kicks off…

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