Written by Jeremy Morse



Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is the name given to the 2011 nonviolent protest movement organized to address the perceived inequalities of the US financial system following the recession of 2007-2010. The invitation to...

Written by Elizabeth A. Eastin



The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) was founded by David Horton Smith in 1971 at Boston College.  ARNOVA is a registered 501(c)(3) organization and...

Written by Crystal Jones



GoFundMe is a for-profit organization that facilitates online donations to individuals and charities. The organization launched in 2010 and has raised over four billion dollars from more than forty million...

Written by Faith Branch



Kiwanis International is a global, volunteer-led membership-based organization consisting of individual Kiwanis Clubs. Kiwanis members select various projects that empower communities to improve the world by...

Written by Ryan Duncan



Hunger is simply weakness or discomfort due to a lack of food. It can just be temporary, but for too many people it can be a persistent and harmful condition, one that leads to malnutrition, which...

Written by Marilyn Goellner



Bernie Sanders identifies himself as a democratic socialist, someone who believes in "an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy” (Gaudiano, 2015).

In 2015, he was named Time Magazine...