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What to Look for When Researching Nonprofits to Support

Giving to a nonprofit is one of the best ways to support a cause that you personally care about and help others in need. However, not all nonprofits are created equal.

While there are plenty that are dedicated to good causes that affect the world for the better, there are others who just don't have as much of a positive impact. Or worse, are outright scams.

How to Research?

Before we get into what to research about a particular non-profit, let's talk about how to actually...

4 Things You Can Do Today to Make the World a Better Place

4 Things You Can Do Today to Make the World a Better Place

As the harmful effects of human waste and contaminants become more well-known, more people around the world are looking to find ways to take part in the conservation movement.

Because this is such a pressing global issue, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to start your journey. Here are four easy ways that you can participate in the conservation effort, starting today:

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6 Companies You Might Not Know are Giving Back

Environmental Values

Companies that give back to the environment aren't always the easiest to find, although more and more are popping up lately.

Efforts include using energy-efficient machines, producing less waste and pollution, as well as using recycled materials.

Even the smallest efforts can improve the large carbon footprint generated by these huge corporations.


Adobe Responsibility

Adobe has previously been known...

Fashion-Forward Advice for Reducing Your Environmental Footprint

Fashion-Forward Advice for Reducing Your Environmental Footprint

If you're interested in fashion, you might worry about your impact on the environment. After all, according to Frilly, the fashion industry is one of the dirtiest industries in the world. Fortunately, there are several ways you can take a greener approach to fashion.

Invest In Classic Pieces

Instead of buying lots of low-priced trendy items, invest in higher quality garments that will last you for years. Crisp, button-up shirts, slim black pants, and oxfords are a timeless look that won't seem out of date next season.