Coastal communities have a delicate relationship with the bodies of water that run along their borders. See how INC Giving volunteers traveled near and far to provide help for flood victims; provide care for mangrove trees; and showed a neighborhood that they are an important part of a community.
Recognizing the basic human needs of others is an important first step to making your community better. See how some were able to recognize the need in their city through a community outreach program and how others even took it a step further by helping those that were outside of their own community.
Some community heroes are more commonly recognized than others. But today we will be highlighting the unsung heroes to share how they are helpers in the community.
Pollution can affect and harm our coasts. See how some volunteers joined a beach clean up in New Jersey to pick up litter along Bradley Beach.
INC Giving Volunteers from throughout New Jersey joined the Urban Airshed Reforestation Program and New Jersey Tree Foundation to plant trees.
Food insecurity is a real issue in Guilford County, North Carolina. So INC Giving volunteers from High Point stepped up.
With many families in need and homelessness on the rise, INC Giving Volunteers mobilized to gather donations for ClothesLine in Sydney, Australia. See how their efforts made a difference in helping the disadvantaged people in their community.
Sharing is an act of kindness that can be done in many different ways. We can share our time, resources, and knowledge–amongst many other things. But what is the kindest act of all? We hear from INC Giving volunteers and recipients about the kindness of sharing faith.
How loving kindness in the family developed character and strength in a young woman and inspires her to create and donate to those in need around the world.
A young woman creates Assist Her Movement, a female mentorship program, to provide resources and opportunities to help others discover their career paths.