Sharing may be one of the first life lessons we learn as toddlers, but by looking at the status of the world it appears we’ve also forgotten this important lesson. When we don’t share, the whole world suffers. Lack of sharing leads to hunger, violence, homelessness and disease. Everything is linked. But you can help change this cycle simply by opening your heart. Through small or big deeds, the love you share will inspire others.

What Happens When We Don’t Share?

Do you have your basic needs fulfilled — health, education, access to water, food and sanitation? Understand why 10% of the world’s populations doesn’t according to a United Nations report.

Do you know the 10 root causes of homelessness? International education hub, Human Rights Careers, explains. 

Learn why hunger is not just about food from The Hunger Project, a global charity that works to end poverty by pioneering sustainable, grassroots, women-centered strategies.

The World Health Organization explains why vaccine inequity is undermining the global economic recovery and the lasting impact  of Covid-19 on poor countries.

COVID-19 has reversed the successful global efforts to reduce poverty. The UN’s June 2021 Sustainability Development report explains why.

Greed and corruption fueled the 2008 housing crisis. Investopedia attempts to explain in easy-to-understand terms.

Love for Immigrants

In 2020, a record 82.4 million people were forced to flee their homes due to war, persecution and climate change. 2021 is looking worse. Learn the facts from the UN Refugee Agency

Help Afghan families through the International Rescue Committee (IRC), a global humanitarian aid organization founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein

Droughts, mega storms, rising waters — earth’s crisis is a refugee crisis. Australian think tank IEP predicts that at least 1.2 billion people could be displaced by climate-related events by 2050. 

Learn what millions of climate refugees face today and, in the future, through international advocacy, research and global monitoring non-profit, Climate Refugees.

Not since World War II have so many people been forcibly displaced by war and persecution. a TED Talks series explains why it’s important to help refugees thrive in “Refugees Welcome.” 

Support The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies – the world’s largest humanitarian organization.

Volunteer online as a digital advocate for humanitarian efforts and help spread awareness on social media or generate donations.

Ways You Can Share and Inspire

Want to help everyone, everywhere have enough affordable, safe and healthy food?  Become a Food Hero

Learn simple ways you can reduce waste and eat more sustainable, nutritious food to help our planet thrive through the United Nations’ Act Now program.

Take part in the International Day of Charity. Each year this day acknowledges the anniversary of the death of Mother Teresa of Calcutta – peace and justice icon and Nobel Peace Prize recipient.

Sponsor a Child and help transform their life, their community and the future we all share through Save the Children – a global charity that’s changed the lives of over a billion children.

See how you can volunteer and bring CARE into your community. Around the globe, CARE reaches 90 million people to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice. 

Help your community provide healthy food access to vulnerable populations while reducing food waste. Join the Association of Gleaning Organizations across the US.

ShelterBox has provided emergency shelter and tools to 1.5 million people in more than 100 countries. Join a fundraising event or get the tools to create your own.

Join the Built for Zero movement and learn how more than 80 communities across the US are successfully working to end homelessness. 

Turn your town into a Blue Community and help everyone have access to clean water. Sign up to volunteer with Food and Water Watch for a free tool kit.

Youth Turning Compassion into Action

Be part of World Food Day and lead by the United Nations’ initiative to end poverty. 

Help your community thrive and apply to fund your school’s environmental project through the Captain Planet Foundation. Check out their successful, youth-led ecoSolution projects for ideas.

With toolkits for students and teachers and various grants, Youth Changing the World will help you find your voice, act, and acquire powerful skills to solve local and global challenges.

Become a grilled cheese entrepreneur one sandwich at a time. Bring the Feel Good movement to your US university to help The Hunger Project end extreme hunger by 2030.

Almost 2 million kids in the US have no home. Organize service events at your school or in your community to find them shelter through The National Coalition for the Homeless.

Hopeful News

In the Pandemic eviction crisis leads to greater tenant protections, ABC News reports on how the threat of widespread evictions during the coronavirus pandemic has inspired reforms.

US to share tens of millions more Covid-19 vaccines, CNN reports as the Biden Administration manages the global pandemic.

By 2030, as part of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, global leaders aim to eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere.

See how Salvation Farms in Vermont has embraced How ‘Gleaning’ Can Help Prevent Food Loss. It’s an age-old practice that can feed those in need while reducing food waste.

In arid Southwestern Morocco, Educational Farm Project’s new technology, CloudFisher, harvests water from fog and transforms barren land to sustain crops and the local population.


“HumanKind: Changing the World One Small Act At a Time” by Brad Aronson shows how even a small deed of kindness can make a world of difference. 

In “I Am a Girl from Africa, humanitarian and former United Nations’ Senior Advisor on Gender Equality, Elizabeth Nyamayaro, shares how starvation sparked her dream to change the world.

“Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” by sociologist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond provides fresh ideas for solving one of America’s poverty challenges.

Read “Love: The Saint and the Seeker” and be inspired by acclaimed filmmaker, Christina Stevens’ journey to meet and film the “Saint of Calcutta.”  Learn how the author’s life and mission were transformed to share her compelling story with the world.

Children’s Books

With themes such as tolerance, diversity, active listening, and self-love, “Share a Little Kindness: A book to teach about all the good we can be in the world” inspires kids (and adults)! 

For ages 2-5, “DREAMY the Hermit Crab’s House Hunt”  is about sharing, caring, and re-using. For ages 3-7, “Kindness is my Superpower: A children’s Book About Empathy, Kindness and Compassion” teaches children the power of kindness.


Fictionized, but based on a true story, The Big Short shows how a few finance experts observe the instability, flaws, and corruption in the US housing market and predict its collapse.

2021 Academy Award Documentary Nominee, “Hunger Ward, exposes how starvation is used as a weapon of war and how the children of Yemen’s conflict suffered most. 

Explore the root causes of extreme poverty in “Activate which features Global Citizen’s grassroots campaigns and celebrities such as Hugh Jackman, Usher, Becky G, and more.

The 2020 documentary, “Brave Blue World hosted by Matt Damon, explores technologies and innovations that have the potential to solve the world’s water crisis.

The award-winning, 2017 film “Bending the Arc”  tells the story of three young activists whose effort to save lives in Haiti in1983 became a global fight for healthcare and justice.


Start Network: Stories of Change” celebrates activists around the world making a impact within their community, country, region, organization or the humanitarian system at large.  

Follow the stories of the people responding to global human crises and the people affected by them in “Stories and Humanitarian Action.”

The Development Podcast” from the World Bank Group brings together the data, research and solutions that can pave the way to a sustainable future.

Recorded in Seattle, Washington, “Outsiders” profiles the complex causes of homelessness and how it affects every level of society.

“Build Relationships. Break Poverty.” is a podcast from Christian charity, Children’s HopeChest, that elevates the voices of leaders from around the globe to help break the cycle of poverty.

Alarming News

2.5 Billion Tons of Wasted Food Compound Climate Change, according to WWF. 

Global extreme poverty rose in 2020 for the first time in over 20 years according to this World Bank’s report.

Global Citizen reports 8 Million More People in the US Are Now Living in Poverty Due to COVID-19.

Covid-19 drives up the cost of food thrusting millions more into poverty. The Wall Street Journal highlights this new report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

A U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) report found that homelessness increased in 2020.


H2WOE India’s Water Crisis: A Warning to The World (2016)
Writer: Natalya Kadyrova
Produced By: Marianna Dravnel Video

भर उन्हात – Under the Blazing Sun (Part -1) (2017)
Watershed Organization Trust

In LA, poverty on Skid Row defies US’ humane reputation (2018)
PBS NewsHour
NewsHour Productions LLC
WETA – Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association

Subway Rider Gives Shirt to Homeless Man: ‘It Was the Right Thing to Do’ (2016)
Inside Edition
CBS Interactive Inc.

Can extreme poverty ever be eradicated? (2017)
The Economist
The Economist Group

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Song: Pearls (1992)
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Writers: Adu and Andrew Hale
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