600,000 thousand Africans now have access to clean water thanks to Blood:Water Mission’s seven-year project, which was celebrated in Nashville this week.
CharityBuzz is making dreams come true with the 2011 Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights’ Spring Auction—a star-studded line-up of once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Today’s World Malaria Day is a chance to take stock of innovations being used to fight and the challenges we still face.
Entertainment photographer Jeremy Cowart surprised many by raising the most money in bids during the TwitChange celebrity charity auction this weekend.
Music has the power to unite, heal and empower. Halogen often highlights groups who use their platforms to give back, musicians included. The following are the top 10 most read articles related to music on our site the past year.
Online giving is on the rise. Here are six examples of nonprofits and individuals who are getting it right.
The Real Housewives of D.C.’s Stacie Turner has founded a charity called (XOL) Extra-Ordinary Life to bring together teenage girls in Washington D.C.’s foster care system.
This Black History Month, Halogen lists five celebrities who are emerging as philanthropists, using their star power and personal fortunes to improve people’s lives.
Every box of Girl Scout cookies sold today through Shaun King’s website today will go directly to soldiers and families serving our country. A delicious idea, indeed.
Called “Ghana’s Bob Marley,” Rocky Dawuni uses that music to touch people. He’s up for an Outstanding World Music Album at the 42nd annual NAACP Image Awards, broadcast live on Fox March 4 at 8/7c.