Once homeless, Barsema creates innovative online networks of social service agencies to ensure that people in need get the help they require quickly, efficiently and effectively.
Allen engages children as philanthropists to create artwork that brings in donations that pay for desperately needed art supplies for inner-city Philadelphia schools.
Childs improves the lives of vulnerable children and their families in Tanzania by creating farming cooperatives, building classrooms and opening clinics.
Freyer helps rural Afghans alleviate poverty, build sustainable livelihoods and restore their environment by revitalizing woodlots, vineyards and orchards.
Since Gordon connected the asthma that plagued her low-income community to the pollution of the nearby port, she has fought to improve the area’s environmental health.
Jones brings children together to sing songs of hope, faith and promise, uniting young people across differences of race, religion and economic status.
In the midst of a housing crisis, Killingsworth helps homeowners avoid foreclosure by negotiating with banks for more favorable terms on mortgages.
Stedman counsels schools on the best ways to engage seriously disabled students, then helps to assess technological and teacher training needs.
Van Ginkel leads a program that provides in-home services for first-time, at-risk mothers – including parenting support – to improve the lives of young families.
Through community organizing, Webb is building a movement to stop mountaintop removal, an environmentally destructive method of mining for coal.