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Whit had a great discussion at Tom Tom Founders Festival last week about projects with social impact that are changing the world.

Photo Credit: Tom Daly

The American Prairie Reserve (APR), a Montana-based nonprofit is working to reserve 3.5 million acres of the Great Plains to help bring back populations of species like bison, bighorn sheep, elk, and wolves. 

To donate to the APR, click the button below.

twohippiechic:

If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you probably know that I’m a Hokie.  I bleed orange and maroon.  I live for 32.

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amandakayhughes:

I was recently contacted by someone at bubuti.com regarding my previous post showcasing the work of the talented artist Zaria Forman. Her work supports the climate change organization 350.org. Please show your support by either clicking the donate button below or by going to 350.org. What a great cause!

Pay it forward; set up your own Bubuti Act today.

fastcompany:

"It’s the permanency of the tattoo and the symbolism of ‘We’ll never forget,’ and to have that lasting sentiment to have created art on your own body."

As we approach the one year anniversary of the tragic Boston Marathon Bombing, consider donating to the One Fund, established by Governor Deval Patrick and Mayor Thomas M. Menino on April 16, 2013 with the purpose of helping those most affected by the tragic Marathon bombings. Click the link below to donate.

myunfortunatesoul:

This deserves to be shared!

Hooray, way to kick cancer’s butt!  To donate to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help find a cure, click the button below.

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rhamphotheca:

This is what a good Beargrass year looks like along the Highline Trail. (mw).

Help those who work hard to preserve the natural beauty of Glacier National Park by clicking on the link below to support the Glacier National Park Fund.

nbcnews:

Lights off, shine on: World honors Earth Hour

(Photo: Ina Fassbender / Reuters)

Lights went off in thousands of cities and towns across the world today for the annual Earth Hour event, organized by the World Wildlife Fund. Earth Hour takes place worldwide at 8.30 p.m. local time and is a global call to turn off lights for 60 minutes to raise awareness on a variety of environmental issues.

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To support the World Wildlife Fund and their mission to conserve nature, click the button below.

washingtonpost:

U.S. autism rate surges.

In light of this startling number, support Autism Speaks, an organization dedicated to funding global biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and cure for autism, by clicking the link below.