A source not only of food but also dignity…http://magazine.good.is/posts/residents-homeless-shelter-plant-organic-garden-feed-shelter
This owner felt employees should benefit from the sale of the company so he shared a lot of the proceeds with them.
Triple Pundit just published an adaptation of one of the chapters from Great Work.
You can’t learn if you can’t study. For many kids in underdeveloped countries, the light goes out when the sun goes down, which in equatorial regions is early. But if you play with this soccer ball by day you can get light at night.
The games we play as kids teaches us certain values. When I was growing up Monopoly was one of the most popular games, teaching competition and unfettered greed. Boys liked to play Battleship. As I told you in Great Work, I took the Old Maid out of the deck so no one would lose.
Now there are games that teach collaboration and value community well-being, not personal greed. That’s progress. I love the World Peace Game (see TedTalk on that.) Here’s another.
Splash wants to make sure that kids in orphanages have access to clean water. But they pulled out of Thailand in 4 years. No worries. They ensured that the orphanages could take over from there. Splash challenges us to take seriously the idea of creating enduring solutions that put charities out of business.