The Daily Table, an affordable health food market looking to change things in Boston and beyond by Brad Hines 2-28-16, 9:35 am, this story first appeared up at: http://bradfordhines.com/affordable-health-food-market/ In the heart of Dorchester Massachusetts, an urban neighborhood of Boston, a new food market has opened up, with a non-profit status mission to make low-cost family grocery shopping available for all, […]

How To Save Money Buying Food For Your Family

How to save money buying food, the most comprehensive guide on the Internet (let’s make it that if it’s not) by Brad Hines 12-29-15 3:35 pm   This article originally appeared at: http://www.bradfordhines.com/how-to-save-money-buying-food Changing your food purchasing habits, can easily save hundreds, and even thousands a year; which I am sure you’d like instead for a vacation, paying off debt, or […]

34 Little Ways to Share With the World

34 Little Ways to Share With the World POST WRITTEN AND APPEARED ORIGINALLY ON ZENHABITS.NET BY LEO BABAUTA. FOLLOW HIM ON TWITTER As kids, we’re taught that sharing is good, and yet competition is what is really drilled into us. We compete for profits, positions in a corporation, status symbols, space. We’re tearing each other down instead of building each other up. A […]

Recently we have been made aware of The Happy Child School in Kisumu Kenya. We are asking for people to give them assistance in their current GoFundMe campaign, as they are raising money for the school, shown below: The school is located in Kisumu City, one of the biggest in Kenya populated by almost one million. There is a high […]

Helping those who matter to you

As the founder of a humanitarian organization that aims to help people globally, all too often I am asked the question “why not help people closer to you?”. For a long time I defended the notion that a person is a person, and helping anyone has equally merit. Recently I re-thought this approach of “help anyone” when I was inspired […]

School hot lunch is one of the most important parts of the day An integral part of the ability  for school children to learn, regardless of their given aptitude, is that they be performing those learning tasks while on a full stomach. Nationwide, all k-12 schools serve at least one hot meal a day and offer some kind of reduced price […]

Human Trafficking is a Global Problem

Human Trafficking is a global problem. Even in the United states, slavery persists unbeknowsnt to many. While the emancipation act of 1863 may have made slavery illegal, like anything illegal, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still happen. We spoke with Anna Rodriguez, the founder of Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking. Anna is one of the most impacting people in the fight against […]

25 ways to help a fellow human being

25 Ways to Help a Fellow Human Being Today by Leo Babauta “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” – Dalai Lama Too often the trend in our society is for people to be separated from either other, to be cut off from the great mass of humanity, and in doing […]

stimulating third world economies with microloans

Microloans help stimulate the economy of second and third world countries in a few ways. Basically, instead of being a “Band-aid” fix to an economy in struggle by dumping money on a problem, you, the loaner, are helping to create successful commerce/economy in a country, and therefore self-sustainment. Creating an economy that creates food through farming, herding, and storefronts, is […]

Update 10-19-13 Please read my Op-ed at Elephant Journal on why Malala should have won the Nobel Peace prize: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2013/10/why-malala-should-have-won-the-nobel-prize-brad-hines/ Who is Malala Yousafzai?   “Madonna”, and “Miley” are two women the world knows by first time. I’d like to nominate “Malala” to replace that thank you very much. Too few people know about the young 16 year old woman […]