At any hour of the day or night, we in the first world can flip a switch on the wall, and have light to see, to read, to cook, to do homework, to work, to send emails and surf the web, to deliver a baby or do a life-saving surgery. Most of the developing world is without power and there are no switches. There is darkness that causes a lack of education, inability to perform work, and even death. Read more.
June 4 was an epic night for all those who attended the 3rd annual WWO Leadership Council event in New York.
Thanks to Janet and Howard Kagan, the attendees enjoyed the warm and cozy environs of Soho House in the Meatpacking District of New York City. The "Three Doctors.com" foundation, created by Drs. Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt and George Jenkins, inspired the group by bringing them into their early lives in the streets of Newark, where they made a pact to get an education and become doctors who would serve their community. Read more.
Andrew Garfield, star of the film 'The Amazing Spider-Man', and Dr. Jane Aronson, founder of Worldwide Orphans Foundation, share a passion for transforming the lives of children left behind