James Steele rose from a middle-school dropout from the ‘hood’ to the president of his local Rotary Club. Now, he’s helping take down polio once and for all.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul organized a Saturday-morning summit on the decline of the American family in St. Louis last weekend. It provided an open discussion and practical ideas.
Louisiana’s group of citizen-sailors banded together on their own initiative to help their neighbors, without any official government involvement. And they’re doing it again.
Some of the trends defining urban readjustment in Washington suggest the liberal technocratic elite are often indifferent to the needs of their black neighbors.
Rodney Smith is on a mission to mow lawns for veterans, elderly individuals, single moms, and those who are handicapped in all 50 states.
The Puerto Rican governor’s office put out a call for mainland commercial drivers willing to help. Unfortunately, the capacity of bureaucrats to stifle selfless service is disturbingly strong.
Perhaps this most American of holidays inspires us to an even higher calling—focusing not just on thanks, but on giving.
There is much we can do within the confines of our own calling to support life from natural conception to natural death. Here are ten ideas that can fit a wide variety of constraints.
Let’s appreciate the amazing mettle of Louisianans, who pulled together to weather an apocalyptic storm while being overlooked by their fellow countrymen.
Never forget: Simple ideas, like gin and roses, can do big things.
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