Following the death of his son in Dubai, UAE, T.N. Krishnakumar has flown fellow Indian expats who wished to return home in the midst of the pandemic.
Teen activist Greta Thunberg has won a one-million-euro award, and she’s putting it to good use – starting with a fight against “ecocide” and medical support against COVID-19 for indigenous communities in the Amazon.
Women and children have long been prey to human traffickers across India, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal – and Hasina Kharbhih decided to do something about it: since coming up with an innovative plan of action, she’s rescued 72,000 trafficking victims!
Famous singer Elton John and his husband David Furnish are giving 25 million dollars in grants to projects focused on tackling the rise of HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Working as a scout leader in Mukono, Uganda, Badru Kyewalyanga noticed a dire deforestation crisis from people constantly cutting down trees to get firewood – and he decided to do something about it.
Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan has become the very first woman to reach the deepest point in Earth’s oceans, the bottom of the Challenger Deep – located nearly 11,000 meters below the surface of the Pacific Ocean!
Bollywood star Sonu Sood is helping thousands of migrants across India return home after being left stranded and workless amid the coronavirus lockdown. Instead of the dreadfully long journeys by foot or bike, the actor puts them on a bus, train, or plane.
When young Jyoti Kumari and her jobless father found themselves 700 miles away from home, the 15-year-old pedaled across the country to their hometown – with her injured dad in the back of the $20 bike.
The shattering economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in financial burdens and uncertain futures across the globe. So when one American CEO won big in the stock market, he decided to put his earnings to good use.
Celebrities are responding to the coronavirus outbreak, which has hit the homeless hard and inflated the number of domestic violence victims, by donating millions of dollars to help charities and organizations tackle these challenging times.