Kaiser Foundation and Viacom take on AIDS -- one episode at a time.
Nonprofits are buying Ben & Jerry’s franchises to help train at-risk youth.
When Honest Tea said no to venture capitalists, it waded into uncharted territory.
The Oakland, Calif.-based office supply company, Give Something Back, donates all of its profits to charity. This practice has turned off some potential customers.
Cirque du Soleil devotes 1 percent of ticket sale revenue -- or about $6.2 million -- to outreach programs for at-risk kids, many of whom struggle with poverty, drug addiction, or homelessness.
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Individual development accounts, special savings accounts for the poor that provide matching dollars, are helping people escape from poverty.
More than 500 welfare recipients have participated in Cascade Engineering, Inc.'s welfare-to-career program that provides jobs and training.