One of Paris' oldest and most beloved structural artifacts, the Notre Dame Cathedral, has caught fire. The destruction so far has resulted in the loss of the iconic spire as well as numerous priceless works of art and artifacts. Read more to find out how you can help.
International Women's Day comes around every year on March 8th, and serves as a celebration of the progress and achievements of women around the world.
President's Day is coming up on February 18th. Here are a few presidents that have made a difference for the world of nonprofits and charitable organizations.
February 15th is Susan B. Anthony's birthday. She began the women's suffrage movement, promoting women's rights, including the right to vote (the 19th amendment, which was ratified in 1920, 14 years after Anthony's death), as well as the anti-slavery movement.
Black History Month has come a long way since its origins, and it may be useful to brush up on how it all got started. We're here with a few suggestions on how to celebrate and contribute to the causes that are still fighting for equality.
February 4th is honored around the globe as World Cancer Day. It is recognized as a day to officially focus on raising awareness about cancer, its prevention and detection, and the continued advancements of new treatments in cancer research, as well as supporting the improved quality-of-life efforts for cancer patients. This internationally celebrated day was first conceived back in 2000 at the first World Summit Against Cancer, which was held in Paris, France. It was founded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to promote the objectives of the World Cancer Declaration, and to be a yearly reminder of all that the declaration stands for.
National Freedom Day is a lesser-known holiday started by an even lesser-known man. Read on to learn more about the holiday and ways that you can take time to give respect to National Freedom Day!
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