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He has walked 1,000 miles...across the desert...barefoot...twice. He has swum a crocodile-infested river while being shot at. He has lived four years in one refugee camp, nine in another. And he hasn't given up on finding his parents, though most likely, he is an orphan. He is Santino Lual, 22, one of 10,000 or so "Lost Boys of Sudan," now living in Seattle. ... posted on Jul 03 2002, 475 reads

 


Sometimes a cow can speak volumes. Masai tribe in a remote village of Kenya sent fourteen cows -- the most precious gift they can give -- to help Americans recover from the terrorist attacks, nine months ago. Why so late? They just heard about it.... posted on Jun 07 2002, 706 reads

 


As an effective tool for increasing the compassion in its volunteers, Food Bank gives real-life lessons in the experience of being homeless.... posted on May 03 2002, 485 reads

 


If every commuter carried just one more passenger daily, we'd save 600,000 gallons of gasoline and keep 12 million pounds of pollution out of the atmosphere every year. Source: Sprint ... posted on May 01 2002, 1,008 reads

 


Points of Light Foundation was started 10 years ago by George Bush, Sr. Read about an everyday hero:... posted on Apr 11 2002, 309 reads

 


The United Kingdom is much like the United States, with the poor giving twice the proportion of their income to charity compared to the wealthy.... posted on Mar 16 2002, 439 reads

 

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