by Lazarex Cancer Foundation 53,525 views
Ron and Carol Zenaro tell their touching story about how they channeled love into making bracelets in honor and support of their son Scott who diagnosed with cancer and passed away on February 24, 2010. He was a Lazarex patient in clinical trials for 28 months. By July 2010 the Zenaros had raised over $24,000 in donations for Lazarex Cancer Foundation by selling their bracelets.
by Boston Children's Hospital 40,418 views
Boston Children's Hospital is a 395-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care. As one of the largest pediatric medical centers in the United States, Boston Children's offers a complete range of health care services for children from birth through 21 years of age.
by AutismSpeaksVids 1,587,550 views
IAN, the Interactive Autism Network, is an innovative online initiative designed to accelerate the pace of autism research. From the comfort of their homes, families can provide researchers with critically needed information. IAN also matches families with research studies in their area.
Learn more at http://www.autismspeaks.org/science/interactive-autism-netwo
by ckoenen 73,547 views
IFAW's Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team work tirelessly to help dolphins in distress. Nearly 180 dolphins stranded on Cape Cod during a 36 day period in January/February 2012. Follow a beached mom and calf on their journey back to open water and watch as the team use high-tech equipment to diagnose and release animals before it's too late. The natural sounds of dolphins gasping and chirping and rescuers sloshing through the mud narrate the story. For more info, visit http://ifaw.org
by SunlightFoundation 26,537 views
OpenGov Champions is a series that highlights everyday heros who fight for greater government transparency and openness in local as well as national level. In this episode we meet Jason Williams from Logan, UT.
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by CARE 100,505 views
Dr. Helene Gayle, CEO and president of CARE, discusses the challenges women and girls face in our world today. Ending poverty means eliminating gender discrimination and empowering women and girls to realize their potential. Find out more about CARE's work by visiting http://www.care.org
by buildOn 33,767 views
buildOn is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations through service and education. Our afterschool programs in the US mobilize urban youth to contribute intensive service in their own communities and work alongside villagers to build schools in the poorest countries in the world.
Footage and Editing by Revisionist (www.Revisionist.Co)
Footage captured and donated by William Taufic Photography (www.williamtaufic.com/)
Music donated by The Walkmen
by Jessi White 22,753 views
Per Scholas is an organization that breaks the cycle of poverty by providing technology education and job training for people in low-income communities. All of our students are someone with a story. See their inspiring stories of change, transformation, growth and success in this video.
To learn more visit www.perscholas.org.
by ARTChicago1 16,839 views
Art Resources in Teaching (A.R.T.) has been a provider of visual arts education to Chicago schoolchildren since 1894. Founded as Hull-House project by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr, A.R.T. serves thousands of children throughout the city each year.
by The Pablove Foundation 1,094 views
Pablove Shutterbugs allows children living with cancer to express and develop their creative voices through the art of photography.
Meet Zach, Jordan and Kate from our inaugural class.
GET INVOLVED: http://www.pablove.org/shutterbugs/volunteer/
Music by Eulogies http://www.eulogiesmusic.com/
Director of Photography: Denise Milford
Editor: Dennis McMillan
Creative Director: Catherine Berclaz
by DurangoDiscovery 429 views
A fun time was had by hundreds at our second free public open house. There were tours, prototype exhibits, videos, giveaways, and a very popular electricity show by John Kent.
Thanks to Kai Hill, The Point Radio 99.7, Cocina Linda, the Durango Herald, and Carver's Brewery.
by Save Mount Diablo 231 views
This scenic 6.5-mile hike explores Mount Diablo's less traveled south side--its birds, pines, wildflowers, water bugs, and more. Naturalist Seth Adams and biologist Malcolm Sproul lead the way. An audio guide sponsored by Save Mount Diablo and California State Parks Foundation. Downloadable through iTunes podcasts: "Curry Point Tour."
by The Supply 7,015 views
Supply does not meet demand. Supply meets supply. Education has the power to change lives and transform communities. However, a harsh reality exists: many children around the world do not have access to basic education. We're talking slum children, orphans, refugee children, and sex trafficked girls. We believe if we can provide educational opportunities for these oppressed children, they can realize their full human potential and become the supply in their own communities, enacting great change. They will be empowered individuals who see education the way we see it: a call to action. We are all the supply.
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by Born Free USA 28,433 views
Snow monkeys make quite a splash! Check out the splashdiving antics of animals living as free as they can be at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.
Our mission is to provide nonhuman primates as high a quality of life as we can, with as little human interference as possible. The 186-acre Sanctuary, located near San Antonio, Texas, is currently home to more than 500 individuals, many of whom were rescued from abusive or exploitative situations.
The Sanctuary recognizes the importance of social companionship, group living, space, and an enriching environment to meet as best we can the physiological, social, behavioral, and psychological needs of our residents.
The focus of animal care at the Sanctuary is to provide conditions in which the captive populations of macaques, baboons, and vervets are allowed to live out the remainder of their lives with extensive freedom of movement, choice of food, and choice of companions, in accordance with their social nature. We aim to provide a lifelong, high standard of care without being needlessly intrusive. The Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary is unique in the quality of life that the majority of residents experience, living in free-ranging groups in natural enclosures of several acres... including ponds for frolicking, like this one.
by American Foundation for Equal Rights 187,005 views
Rob Reiner announces a history-making live streaming of a reading of "8," Dustin Lance Black's play about the Prop 8 trial. Visit http://AFER.org or http://YouTube.com/AmericanEqualRights to watch the play live on March 3rd, 2012, at 7:30pm Pacific.
by Malaria No More 42,160 views
"Comedy Fights Malaria" with Elizabeth Banks, John Mayer, BJ Novak and more. Most celebrity PSAs are a joke -- but not this one.
Visit www.malarianomore.org for more information
by BreakthroughTV 353 views
America 2049 (http://www.america2049.com) is a game by Breakthrough (http://www.breakthrough.tv) that changes the face of Facebook by bringing human rights issues to gamers hardcore, novice, and everywhere in between. Play America 2049 now to discover the struggles and possibilities that will define our future in America.
You can show your support by playing the game and spreading the word, to bring us closer to a new America built on the values of dignity and equality. Your financial support can make a difference too. Your donation of $25 (or more) helps us inspire people to bring human rights into reality all around them, in America and worldwide. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution today (http://bit.ly/s36hob).