Why Boston’s Wealthy Back Bay Said Yes, In Our Backyard

Why Boston’s Wealthy Back Bay Said Yes, In Our Backyard

In a compelling tale of unity, Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood turns the tables on the NIMBY (“Not In My Back Yard”) phenomenon, welcoming a unique housing solution that offers much more than a roof over heads. The 140 Clarendon project, a retrofitted...
He Left Company Ownership to its 700 Employees

He Left Company Ownership to its 700 Employees

Image – George Fox Evangelical Seminary from Portland, OR, USA Nearly half a century ago, Bob Moore founded a natural foods brand that now boasts over 200 products in more than 70 countries. On February 10, at the age of 94, he passed away peacefully in his home...
A glimmer of hope for education in Israel

A glimmer of hope for education in Israel

In one of his blessings, Pierre writes “All over the world, there are millions of people who serve in silence, who do good around them, who sow seeds of love and compassion, unheralded and infinitely modest about their achievements. However, they are the glue that...
Come for the Free Meals, Stay for the Company

Come for the Free Meals, Stay for the Company

Brandon, Jackie and Julie meet for dinner every Thursday, sitting at their regular table. As they leave, there’s no check to pay for this generous meal. The pop-up cafe at a church hall in Chelmsford, England is one of 80 held across the country throughout the week....
Growth Potential

Growth Potential

The word “internship” typically conjures images of copy machines and coffee runs, with professional instruction almost an afterthought. In 2021, the National Geographic Society and The Nature Conservancy launched a new conservation externship program designed to give...