Science shows that climate change is a clear and present danger. Women are doing all they can to help.
this would be the tag for nonprofit founders and social entrepreneurs, and women doing good on the ground
Jacquie Berglund has steered Finnegans through the years – and more recently, the pandemic and social unrest – to sell craft beers that fight food insecurity.
With the climate crisis getting more dire by the day, students are getting creative about careers.
Karen Washington, who coined the term ‘food apartheid,’ is passing the torch to a new generation.
An hour south of Boston, Debra White is helping animals (and people) heal at her 17-acre Winslow Farm.
Meet the former New York City Sanitation Department employee who found a way to salvage the fashion industry’s textile scraps.
Roseanna Means of Health Care Without Walls offers a new way to care for a female population with unique needs.
In honor of Disability Pride Month, we spotlight female entrepreneurs whose products or services aim to improve lives.
After 15 years running Mercado Global, Ruth Álvarez-DeGolia is taking on a bigger role to aid immigrant families from Central America.
Vice president Kamala Harris traveled to Guatemala and Mexico this week to better understand the migrant crisis. We’re re-releasing our 2019 podcast featuring Kate Curran, whose nonprofit gives families a reason to stay in Central America.
Opera on Tap, with chapters across the country, is betting on virtual programming — and a pandemic-proof theater box on wheels.
The ex-wife of the world’s richest man has been donating to food banks, YMCAs and historically Black colleges.
Jessica Schreiber left New York’s sanitation department to launch Fabscrap. She’s still reselling textile waste, despite the pandemic.
Outlets such as Cooking for Community help connect restaurateurs whose businesses are suffering with those who need nutritious meals.
With a mix of savvy and compassion, these socially conscious women are lending a helping hand as more people go hungry during Covid-19.