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Good people doing good things: Cassandra Ciarallo

Good people doing good things: Cassandra Ciarallo

Happy Easter and Happy Passover to those celebrating! Although these are less than ordinary times, we still hope you are able to find some way to make these days special. With that said, we wanted to continue highlighting the good works that amazing individuals are doing in the world so we can shine a light on positive accomplishments to combat the negative news that seems to pervade our channels during these times. This week, we want you to meet Cassandra Ciarallo, the founder of Chic Made Consciously who was also inspired to start her amazing intiative through a chance encounter....

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Good people doing good things: Dana Kandalaft

Good people doing good things: Dana Kandalaft

An introduction to Dana Kandalaft and her non-profit organization, Tight Knit Syria which helps displaced women living in refugee camps earn an income to support themselves and their families.

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Good people doing good things: Farrukh Lalani

Good people doing good things: Farrukh Lalani

It's been an uncertain couple of weeks as countries across the world battle an ongoing health pandemic and the new measures imposed by governments to self isolate and quarantine can often leave us feeling alone and anxious. During this time, it is important that we find a way to maintain a positive outlook and part of that means focusing on good. That's why we decided to start a weekly blog series to highlight all the amazing people and companies that we love. We hope you enjoy reading about these good people who are doing good things.   MEET FARRUKH LALANI, FOUNDER...

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Finding your way through homelessness

"Being homeless can be a very isolating experience. Whenever I would go to school, I always felt different from everyone else. While everyone else would leave school and go back home to their family, I would leave to go back to a shelter. I would get sad, almost pitiful, looks from my teachers and other students who knew my situation. I began to feel so alone in school, I almost wanted to stop going. Even now in university, I still feel like people know that I had been homeless for the past two years, and it makes me feel anxious and...

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