A former child refugee recently reconnected with a kind stranger who gave her a bike when she was only 5 years old in a camp in the Netherlands after sharing her story and his photo on Twitter.
A single mom struggling to pay her electricity bill turned to Twitter for help – the response from the online community left her stunned.
“People on social media are amazing. I just appreciate each and every one who helped me by sending electricity, money or just retweeted. It means a lot to me. I’d like to thank everyone.”
Funding and research into ALS dramatically increased after the viral #IceBucketChallenge on social media, according to ALS Association.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has been transformative in the field of ALS genomics.Hemali Phatnani, Director of the Center for Genomics of Neurodegenerative Disease at the New York Genome Center
Two women launched MAIA in 2018 with the goal of creating a guide for finding and supporting women-owned businesses around the country.
What we envision having is this awesome community where women-owned businesses have the light and love and exposure they need to reach consumers and jumpstart a successful business.
Online communities like Sisters Traveling Solo connect women travelers to share stories, tips, and other information to inspire one another to step out of their comfort zone and travel the world.