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HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL: Tuning in to Healthy Habits

Addressing causes together + supporting effective charities = endless impact around the world. I gave you the answer right away when I should have made you wait for it, but it’s Give Global month here at Global Impact and I’m excited. We’re celebrating the work of our charities across all of our 11 cause areas […]

5 nonprofits to celebrate for World Health Day

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Spring has officially sprung, and the excitement of this time of year is always a great feeling – especially after a long winter with several snow days and quarantine periods resulting from new waves of COVID-19. Though winter is behind us, continuing to combat COVID-19 and promote overall health around the world are top of […]

HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL: Homegrown resilience in Myanmar

Mar Mar San lives with her husband and young daughter in Ar-Chan, a village in Myanmar’s Ayeyawaddy Delta region. Families in this low-lying area are accustomed to hardship: they struggle to support themselves with small-scale fishing and rice farming, and natural disasters like heavy rains and flooding are a perpetual threat. In 2008, a powerful […]

How Helen Keller International safeguards the most vulnerable in the face of crisis

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In mere months, COVID-19 has completely restructured our society. Even simple trips to the grocery store are riddled with ever-changing rules and regulations. Though it may seem inconvenient, these steps are incredibly important. In an effort to safeguard the most vulnerable, we must adjust our daily routines to limit our contact with others and combat […]

HELEN KELLER INTERNATIONAL: Tuning in to healthy habits

Rita Thami Thapa lives on a small farm in central Nepal with her husband Tulsa and their young son. She works hard and does everything she can to keep her family healthy. And like many Nepali mothers, Rita looks forward to tuning in each week to a popular radio drama known as Bhanchhin Aama, or […]


Free prescription eyeglasses correct vision so school kids

When Pham Thu Hue was in the fifth grade, her father began noticing that she often squinted. When he asked her about it, she said that her eyes were “blurry” and could not see clearly. Unfortunately, Hue is not alone. One in every five children in rural Vietnam has an undiagnosed refractive error, an increasingly […]