A 7-year-old patient at Rush University Children’s Hospital named Kashton has been helping get band-aids for the vaccine clinic ready, alongside one of his nurses. Together, they’ve opened hundreds.
A dozen Sandia National Laboratories employees volunteer to go off the beaten trail and give back to their community by participating in wilderness searches and rescues. As members of the Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council, they use their technical expertise to solve the complex challenges involved in finding lost hikers and hoisting injured rock climbers to safety.
The West Virginia Social Survey focuses on the most pressing challenges faced by West Virginia residents. It will produce state-specific reports on issues like internet access, the economy, health, crime, volunteering, religion and more, which can help inform policymakers.
Research from Indiana University found that more attractive people are more likely to be givers, and givers are rated as more attractive.