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Our hearts are with those in Brussels today. Humanity is universal and we stand with the victims of these brutal attacks.
Established by Feeding America in 2008, Hunger Action Month is a reminder to all that world hunger is real, it is devastating, and it is a problem that we all must solve together.
On August 26th, 1920, the 19th Amendment was passed, granting women in the United States the right to vote. Since then, so much progress has been made in the movement for women's equality, but women and girls are still suffering around the world. You can help. Find out how!
In 2006, UniversalGiving pioneered Community Based Journalism, which is an innovative program that drives viewers to serve the global community after reading an article. We help people take action by providing vetted giving and volunteer opportunities under articles of our media partners.
Once someone reads an article, they can take action by clicking on UniversalGiving’s opportunities to give and volunteer worldwide. For example, your audience might read about a crisis situation in Africa. They will be educated through your quality news stories, and can take action through UniversalGiving’s quality opportunities, which are linked beneath the article. UniversalGiving will help you maintain your brand as a trusted global leader and increase your viewer-base and readership.
Did you know that there are two types of elephant--Asian and African--and while they are indeed similar, they are too biologically different to breed? Or that the street value of a single elephant tusk is $15,000? Or that there are only about 40,000 Asian elephants left on this planet? August 12th is World Elephant Day.
Sometimes, Mother's Day and Father's Day just aren't enough to show your full appreciation for the parental figures in your life. Thankfully, there's July 26th--Parent's Day!
Today, the UNESCO has decided to declare the first World Youth Skills Day (WYSD) in order to “raise awareness about the importance of investing in youth skills development.” This years’ theme is “Youth skills for work and life in the post-2015 agenda,” and is part of their Sustainable Development Initiative.
Did you know that July is National Make a Difference for Children Month? This July, find it in your heart to make a difference in a child’s life. Give a helping hand to a child who needs you..
In 2003, the United Nations declared June 23rd United Nations Public Service Day in order to celebrate the value of public service, honor those who serve their communities, and encourage members of the public to get involved in bettering their surroundings. How can you be a part of this movement?