How One Association Is Combatting the High Rate of Suicides Among Construction Workers
With the construction industry plagued by a high suicide rate, the Construction Financial Management Association has created a new toolbox for meetings and other prevention resources.
How the NAMM Show Makes a Lasting Impact on Elementary Students
Every year, NAMM Show volunteer offer music instruction at an Anaheim elementary school — part of a partnership that’s helped the school district retune its music program.
Using Technology to Make Philanthropy More Personal
Small networks, not large organizations, will drive giving in the future.
EnventU brings event planning to disadvantaged high-school students.
A Playful Approach to Community Service
See what happens when members of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons come together in a project tied directly to what they care about — and that also leaves something behind in the communities where they meet.
Improving the Odds for Teachers
The American Statistical Association uses a volunteer initiative at its annual conference to train teachers on how to get statistical concepts across to students.
A Hacker Walks Into a Beehive
Could the Internet of Things help solve the global decline in bee populations? A CiscoDevNet hackathon sets out to show that it can.