One of the primary copywriters for the re-launch of the SUA website (March 2019).
Around the globe, 1 in 9 people do not have access to safe and clean drinking water. Children are sick. Mothers walk for miles only to find dirty water. With no clean water, families are without the means to survive.
Rohingya refugees face nightmarish conditions in Bangladesh, but the true crisis lies much deeper. Learn more about this crisis and read the stories of two Rohingya girls who fled horrific violence and persecution.
As a parent, it's natural to want to protect your kids from things that could harm or upset them. But at the same time, you want to answer their tough questions honestly and help them grow into compassionate young people.
Join us in looking back on 2018 and see how you've helped the most vulnerable, beyond the very end of the road.
You may have seen an image of or even given a water filter, but do you know how they work? In the middle of a clean water crisis, simple water filters are life-saving.
Choosing the right health insurance plan for yourself and your family is an important decision, as is choosing the right Medicare option as you approach 65 and in the years following.
All over Southeast Asia, women leave home in hopes of finding work to support their families. Instead, they find themselves trapped in forced labor, sexual slavery, or another form of human trafficking.
Scars are your body's way of healing after several layers of your skin undergo trauma.
Turning on the tap for a glass of water is a convenience we often take for granted - until we can no longer do so safely.
A newsletter to report on World Concern's child nutrition initiative.
A fundraising appeal for the Rohingya Refugee Crisis, part of a multi-channel campaign that raised 217k, well over the stated goal of 100k.
A second appeal for the Rohingya Refugee Crisis campaign to generate donations and awareness.