Archive for the ‘Philanthropy’ Category

Love & fun at Taos House No. 29

Love & fun at Taos House No. 29
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton. As a DJ on Luna 103.7 FM in Taos, New Mexico, I cover a lot of announcements from sponsors and community groups. Whenever I can, I like to find a personalized way to put it across to my listeners. Often that means visiting a website so I can...
June 26th, 2014 | STAFF, NEW MEXICO, Philanthropy | Read More

Climb Kilimanjaro for Kids: One Man’s Inspiring Tale

Climb Kilimanjaro for Kids: One Man’s Inspiring Tale
Story by guest blogger James Barnett. Photos Copyright © James Barnett. TANZANIA IS A beautiful African country with a diverse tribal population speaking 128 languages. Mount Kilimanjaro towers above the opulent safari kingdom as the world’s largest free-standing mountain. One summer ago I embarked...
July 24th, 2012 | GUEST BLOGGERS, AFRICA, Philanthropy, Scenic Wonders, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

Feeding the Soul Foundation

Feeding the Soul Foundation
Story by guest blogger Michelle Jones. Photos Copyright © Michelle Jones. Feature Photo: Artwork from local schoolkids expressing the Feed Your Soul message. SO MUCH OF what I love in this life—music, food, art, yoga, community, social consciousness and people who are just on a higher plane—miraculously...
May 4th, 2011 | VIDEOS, GUEST BLOGGERS, Spirituality, MUSIC, Philanthropy | Read More

Kidney Donor Beach Vacation

Kidney Donor Beach Vacation
By Milli Thornton with George & Lisa White Photos Courtesy George & Lisa White MOST OF US typically don’t associate surgery with vacations. As for donating a kidney? Yikes! Who wants to go first? And yet, in this incredible story, there were definitely some classic post card moments. George...
August 1st, 2010 | VIDEOS, USA MAINLAND, HEALTH, Beaches, Philanthropy | Read More

Laos and the Maternity Waiting Homes Project

Laos and the Maternity Waiting Homes Project
Story by guest blogger Debra Woods. Photos Copyright © Debra Woods. Hmong mother with baby I had the good fortune during 2007 & ‘08 to work on a project in three southern Lao provinces, the poorest in the country—Attapeu, Saravan and Sekong. Our project’s main aim was to reduce the maternal...
February 28th, 2010 | GUEST BLOGGERS, ASIA, Philanthropy | Read More

Think Globally, Travel Locally

Think Globally, Travel Locally
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton. Feature image courtesy Chris Cole of Peaberry’s Café. WHEN WE SAY travel, we tend to think of world travel—or at least going to another county or state. But most of us travel every day without giving it much thought. Sure, we might...
August 6th, 2009 | VIDEOS, STAYCATIONS, COFFEE, HEALTH, Conservation, Philanthropy | Read More