Rob Greenfield is an American adventurer, environmental activist, and entrepreneur on a mission to entertain, educate, inspire, and give back to the world. He teaches through his example about food, energy, waste, transportation, health, happiness, and freedom.
UK-based organization Given to Live makes going to live music possible for the vulnerable and excluded who would otherwise be unable to attend due to physical, mental, or emotional issues. They provide the funding for transport, tickets, and overnight accommodation if necessary, for individuals and a companion, support worker, or carer.
Filmmaker Michael Leoni headed to the streets of Los Angeles to shine a light on the epidemic of homeless youth in America. Once inside their world, he realized he could no longer be an observer; every day is a matter of life or death and he did and continues to do anything to get them off the streets.
The story of Laundry Love began with Eric ‘T-Bone’, a homeless man living in Ventura, California. Someone asked him: “T-Bone, how can we come alongside your life in a way that would matter?” His response was honest and practical. “If I had clean clothes I think people would treat me like a human being.”
The Do Good Bus is an opportunity to get involved and help your community. Just get on the bus and they do the rest. Each trip is different and the locations are a secret. You never know where you’ll end up and what you might end up doing.
Giselle and Cody have been traveling the world for the past two years, learning about themselves and others while being mindful and considerate, and they hope to inspire others to free themselves from the herd mentality and people’s expectations.