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What’s Your Empowerment Plan?

Last month we shared the story of Veronika Scott, who founded The Empowerment Plan, a Detroit nonprofit that hires and trains homeless...

Last month we shared the story of Veronika Scott, who founded The Empowerment Plan, a Detroit nonprofit that hires and trains homeless women to manufacture coats that cleverly fold into sleeping bags. The organization distributes the coats to other homeless people, free of charge. Today, we go deeper into the lives of the women Veronika employs, sharing their transformative stories.

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Introducing the 2014 GOOD 100, by Gap CMO Seth Farbman

We all want to make a mark. That's why we are here: on the GOOD community and on the planet. There's nothing more human than a deep desire to...




We all want to make a mark. That's why we are here: on the GOOD community and on the planet. There's nothing more human than a deep desire to feel we matter and the belief that our brightest days are still ahead of us. And it only grows stronger, as the world grows more complicated. Many of us are driven-- and sometimes haunted-- by the need to do more. Be more. But with all our drive and earnestness, there is something else we need to do more: celebrate.

That’s why I'm honored to kick off this year’s GOOD 100 -- GOOD’s annual celebration of 100 individuals on the cutting edge of creative social impact.

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My birthday is May 7. It was supposed to be June 30.

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Awesome Member of the Week: Kristin Pedemonti Listens and Learns Before Doing

GOOD is featuring interviews of devoted members each week on good.is. Kristin Pedemonti is a cause-focused storyteller, speaker, and TED talks finalist.

GOOD is featuring interviews of devoted members each week on good.is. Kristin Pedemonti is a cause-focused storyteller, speaker, and TED talks finalist.

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Why We Need Coding Clubs for Girls

Girls Who Code was born out of my experience in politics.


Girls Who Code was born out of my experience in politics.

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