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  • 10 Compelling Humanitarian Aid Missions

    10 Compelling Humanitarian Aid Missions

    Earthquakes, floods, mudslides and other events inspire people to help those affected by the disasters. Which monumental happenings truly spurred others into action? See more »

  • 10 Worst Things to Donate After a Disaster

    10 Worst Things to Donate After a Disaster

    News about a hurricane or tornado far away impels us to want to help the survivors. But is there a right way and a wrong way to do this? Can a donation be worse than doing nothing at all? See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Ashley Rhodes-Courter

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Ashley Rhodes-Courter

    2007 BRICK Award-winner Ashley-Rhodes Courter experienced abuse and neglect in foster care, before being adopted. Now she fights to improve the foster care system and encourage adoption. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Cheryl Perera

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Cheryl Perera

    2007 Brick Award-winner Cheryl Perera works to combat the global child sex trade, and has even gone undercover to catch a pedophile. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: David Fajgenbaum

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: David Fajgenbaum

    David Fajgenbaum's mother died from brain cancer. The loss inspired the 2007 BRICK Award winner to start a support group for students coping with a parent's illness or death. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Divine Bradley

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Divine Bradley

    2007 BRICK Award-winner Divine Bradley converted his home into a community center so he could provide kids positive role models and get them involved in their communities. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Hannah Taylor

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Hannah Taylor

    11-year-old Hannah Taylor is proof you're never too young to make a difference. This 2007 BRICK Award winner has raised more than a million dollars to fight homelessness. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jacob Komar

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jacob Komar

    2007 BRICK Award Winner Jacob Komar's fascination with computers led to a passion for helping others. Now Jacob rebuilds computers and provides them to schools, prisons and other organizations in need. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jennifer Staple

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jennifer Staple

    A summer job changed not only 2007 BRICK Award winner Jennifer Staple's life, but also the lives of 400,000 people around the world. Her organization, Unite for Sight, is a global eye care provider. See more »

  • 2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jennifer Zwilling

    2007 BRICK Award Winner: Jennifer Zwilling

    2007 Brick Award winner Jennifer Zwilling, diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, teaches students to understand more than just her disorder. She teaches them to accept people's differences. See more »

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