OneMama founder and CEO Siobhan Neilland documents her recent visit to the OneMama Health Center in Uganda and Tanzania which she created

In 2007, Siobhan Neilland founded OneMama, a non-profit that brings prosperity and health to people all over the world by empowering women as caregivers, mothers, businesswomen, and agents of change for their rural communities. Siobhan employed her mission of empowering women, families, and communities to be successful through sustainable health, education, and economics in Uganda, […]

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A man on a very inspiring mission: Veteran Paul Gaumond is 729 miles along the Appalachian Trail in his bid to raise money for others who served

Exactly a year ago, we started documenting the story of Paul Gaumond, a retired vet who was preparing to walk the 2,190 miles along the Appalachian Trail. The Appalachian Trail is the 3rd longest trail in the United States, ranging from Maine to Georgia. It covers 14 states, and a year ago, Paul estimated twelve months […]

Living by your word

Kindness and Hope is a great name, and kind of genius as a concept, as the two go hand-in-hand. I’ve never quite established where these ideas come from, but they come when I am ready for the next chapter in my life. In recent months, I have grown at breakneck speed and changed tremendously, and […]

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Heroes of Hurricane Harvey: The story of Engine 7165

On Aug. 25., Texas began to feel the wrath of Hurricane Harvey as the Category 4 hurricane became the first major hurricane to strike southern Texas since Celia in 1970 — it remains the costliest tropical cyclone on record and the second-costliest natural disaster worldwide, behind only the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami, according to data released. 82 were left dead, more than […]