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Catchafire: "A matchmaking service between talent and purpose"
Founder Rachael Chong has created a place for professionals and organizations with a social mission to start meaningful partnerships
RockPaperRobot brings physics to your home
When you think of astrophysics, you probably don't think of furniture, but one designer is trying to change that
At Harlem bakery, aroma of opportunity in the air
CEO seeks to help low-income women with little flour and a dash of hope
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Entrepreneurs with a purpose: These people have changed lives
A chance photo brings survivor of Typhoon Haiyan a new life
"His picture cried out for help," says a woman half way around the world
How one photo inspired a woman to change countless lives
A 6-year-old boy who lost his leg when Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in December is just the latest child to receive prosthetics and medical help from Elissa Montanti. The Staten Island woman has helped 170 children from 27 countries since she was overwhelmed by the photo of a boy wounded in Bosnia. Produced by Nicole Sanseverino.