A Better World
Great things happen
connect for good.
We all have something to contribute to a better world.
We are sharing the stories of innovators who are using technology to build community, invite action and bring people together around solutions for a better world. These optimists and their stories of good will and common purpose remind us that great things happen when people connect for good.
Imagine a world where no one goes hungry.
Every day, Andrew Siegel and Dan Treglia walk past homeless folks on the streets of Philadelphia. Hungry to help, they created StreetChange, an app that connects homeless neighbors to short-term needs.
Isn't it great to be indescribable?
Gone are the days of every mannequin with the same shape and size. Designer Rebecca Moses has created a collection of mannequins that are bold, diverse and champions of their own unique individuality.
When it comes to mental health, replace stigma with support.
Army veteran Seth Kastle had everything going for him when he came home from serving 16 years overseas. That's why it was so confusing to him when his life began to fall apart.
One homeless Veteran is too many: An open letter
Nearly 50,000 homeless Veterans were identified in communities across America in 2014. A moving open letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs calls on fellow Americans to help create a network of support for homeless Veterans so that those who fought for freedom and dignity never have to sleep on the streets.