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Global Support Mission

Jan 31, 2011

Isn’t it amazing that in this day and age a twenty-something American guy is actually able to partner with a Ugandan woman in a little village most people in the world have never even heard of? Global Support Mission is a pretty big name for the grassroots, two-man non-profit being run out of Travis Gravette’s […]

50 Things Your Life Doesn’t Need

Dec 13, 2010

Our last post was about Cool People Care, a company out of Nashville, TN. CPC seeks out ways to be more intentional and thoughtful when it comes to being a good steward and serving others. As I mentioned in the profile, Sam Davidson, the founder, recently released a book about the things you don’t need. […]

Cool People Care

Dec 8, 2010

So we had decided that our last stop of the On The Good Road extravaganza 2010 would be Nashville. It seemed to me that Nashville was the Mecca of non-profits! I found tons of awesome stuff going on out there….too much to fit into a week’s stay. So, instead of writing a long post about […]

One Day’s Wages

Dec 1, 2010

Upon arriving to the One Day’s Wages’ office in Seattle, our initial observation was regarding the size of the office. We were pleasantly surprised at the smallness and simplicity we found there because it appeared that the focus was on the immediate task at hand, rather than spending money on the “decor and ambience.” This […]

Live in the Now

Dec 1, 2010

Well, we’ve been home for about a week-and-a-half now. I’m guessing most of you who read the site regularly would most likely know that already. But I figure it’s a little more official when it’s in black type. Wow, 5 ½ months and 12,100 miles later and we’re back sitting in the seats where we […]

Bright Hope

Nov 15, 2010

One of the most popular terms used amongst our American college culture is “poor college student.” I’m sure that if each of us has not personally used that term, we have at least heard someone else use it to describe their situation as a tuition paying-ramen noodle eating-thrift store shopping-full time college student. But even […]

Working Bikes Cooperative

Nov 10, 2010

For the last 11 years, a small group of people has been working hard to keep bikes out of the dumps in Chicago, and instead, put them into the hands of new owners who can benefit exceedingly from something often cast aside as disposable. We were able to meet with the founder, Lee Ravenscroft, to […]

New Music Video!

Nov 4, 2010

Somewhere in between Illinois and Indiana. Good Times!

Denton Water Walk!

Nov 3, 2010

On November 13th, 2010, the Denton Water Walk is returning, only bigger and better! Last year, over 20 individuals participated in the walk, raising $1,716 to help provide a community in need with clean water. This year, let’s make it to the $5,000 goal, enough to completely fund a well for a community. But this […]