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Telling Stories. Inspiring Action.

Enjoy the magic of a simpler life

For your next getaway, be hosted by the warmth of Thailand's Karen Hilltribe.

Light is always brighter than darkness

If it were not for the bad event, the happy ending would not be as happy.

This Syrian refugee will make you smile

Meet Hasan. He wants their future to be better than his own.

The one way this gardener knows how to help

He gives medicinal herbs freely to those struggling with healthcare costs.

Why belly rubs can be the best therapy

Telly the therapy dog shows these youth how to trust and be trustworthy.

Telling Stories. Inspiring Action.

Mental illness, not mental weakness

Cancer survivors are often called heroes. Why aren't those who battle mental health?

How a dog's belief in a child helped her believe too

It doesn't matter what your trouble is, Telly the therapy dog will listen without judging.

'The frosting is green!'

A boy's generous heart and humorous wit helps his family to live as normal a life as possible with an incurable rare disease.

Two faiths, one roof and a shared humanity

Watch what happens when a Muslim girl stays in the home of a Christian family in Indonesia.

This is one 'tourist trap' you'll love

Discover Asia, develop an artistic skill, do a good deed - all at the same time.

'His face transformed'

A stern-looking man teaches a photographer that we often miss out on meeting lovely people.

Does saying 'breast' actually make you feel shy?

How do you talk about breast cancer when you can't talk about breasts?

Your internship could change girls' lives

A chance to mentor adolescent girls in India and help them find their voice.

Designed by masters, woven with dignity

Help generations of women in Toraja by buying their hand woven fabrics.

You get to be trishaw rider, courier and cook

9-year-old Christine shows us why her school holidays are 'way cool' and how no one is too young to help.

How a dog's belief in a child helped her believe too

It doesn't matter what your trouble is, Telly the therapy dog will listen without judging.

'The frosting is green!'

A boy's generous heart and humorous wit helps his family to live as normal a life as possible with an incurable rare disease.

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