Many people would love to get more involved in volunteer work, but it can be difficult, especially when you're already so busy with your own life. That's where virtual volunteering comes in. There are many ways (both large and small) to help your fellow humans right from your own computer.
By Justine Curatolo
Sport is universal. “Sport speaks to people in a language they can understand.” It transcends boundaries and provides opportunities for all human beings regardless of race, colour, religion, age, physical ability, circumstance or economic background to connect with each other and the world around them. Further, sport can
By Paul Redman
This is all about doing something good to help someone else. My name is Paul and for some years I have been very interested in health issues. This interest in health led me on to looking at people with kidney failure and how it affects their lives having
By Win Quier
We all make purchases almost every day of our lives. Do you stand behind the impact your purchase makes? An impact that shows support to local farmers, the dairy, bovine and poultry industries. Your purchases speak loudly to the different industries and what some do for the all-mighty
Glass half full – a phrase often used, and rarely fully appreciated. We often pay more heed to what’s missing in our lives than what we should be grateful for. An example may be the sense of sight - rarely perceived as an asset or a gift. But for many
By Christine Guthrie
What does it mean in our society to be seen? To be noticed, appreciated, heard? Is it a fearful thing to be noticed? In our communities we need to experience processes of belonging that affirm us as individuals at the same time as providing communal group experiences that promote
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Many of us want to be altruistic, to make a positive impact on the world. We consider ourselves to be global citizens, but don’t necessarily feel a calling to move to a conflict zone or a rural village in a developing country to work firsthand on these issues. So how
By Nivedita Singh
The presence of so many alternatives in our life makes one wonder how fortunate we are (or are we?). Making a choice is suddenly harder than we thought. The current environment requires every logical person to think through every decision they make, purely because things aren’t so simple