Articles in the category Social Good

Art Attack: See What Happens When You Peel Off 30 Years of Graffiti

A man by the name if Paul De Graaf recently found a wall in the Netherlands (on the famous Doornroosje building) that, while covered in amazing street art, had a section with some missing, so he started to peel. Come to find out, layers of stacked, dry street art become an art unto itself. The […]

3 Times Social Media Saved A Life

There’s no doubt that social media is a powerful tool today that serves various functions. Apart from its main purpose of aiding communication between people from the different parts of the world, it also has been proven effective in the areas of marketing as well as in influencing communities, states and countries. More importantly, it […]

3 Unique Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season

With the holiday season underway, now is the time to do something to help those in need. Of course, you could volunteer at a soup kitchen or donate food to a local pantry. However, if you want to think out of the box, there are several unique ways to give back this Christmas. Here are […]

Hug a Gay Uncle This Happy Guncle Day!

Happy Guncle Day! Why yes! Guncles, or gay uncles, are a very real thing. The family is quickly evolving, and this year, social media has seen it fit to hail August 14 as Gay Uncle’s Day. Simon Dunn, Aussie bobsledder and proud guncle, gave this holiday a boost when he posted a snap of himself […]

‘Fifty Sandwiches’ Project Looks To Humanize The Homeless

The stories that fill the Fifty Sandwiches website bring out a range of emotions. Some are heartbreaking and others inspiring. However, they all serve one purpose: to “close the gap from perception and reality.” The Fifty Sandwiches project attempts to humanize the homeless community and give a rare peek into their personal stories. The creator […]

This Little Pantry Lets People Leave Food and Items For The Needy

Amid all the political insanity happening, here’s a ray of compassion and positive action. This little pantry is making a big difference in one community’s well-being and food security. Jessica McClard, a resident based in Lafayette, Arkansas, admired the efforts behind Little Free Libraries, and pondered about what made them such a success. “My feeling is […]