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Overcoming Odds We The Lees Adoption

We The Lees – Lee and Whitney

June 14, 2018

This blog post is a summary of a piece originally written for the Overcoming Odds campaign Stand Up Speak Up, an initiative to stop the corruption within the adoption industry…

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Writing Wrongs Carlos Gonzalez Undocumented Immigrant

Living Undocumented: The Shadow of Uncertainty

May 31, 2018

Writing Wrongs is a community journalism project in which college students explore various social issues. Last year’s issue, “Untold, Unseen, Unheard: Perspectives on Immigration,” contains interviews with immigrants detailing their…

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Overcoming Odds

Overcoming Odds Summary – Different Not Deficient

May 17, 2018

This blog post is a summary of a piece originally written for the Overcoming Odds campaign Stand Up Speak Up, an initiative to stop the corruption within the adoption industry…

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Carolina Szarawara Writing Wrongs Immigration Relationship Love

Love From Abroad-An Immigration Story

May 3, 2018

Writing Wrongs is a community journalism project in which college students explore various social issues. Last year’s issue, “Untold, Unseen, Unheard: Perspectives on Immigration,” contains interviews with immigrants detailing their…

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Overcoming Odds Abby Rulison Adoption

Choosing Between Anger and Peace

April 19, 2018

This blog post is a summary of a piece originally written for the Overcoming Odds campaign Stand Up Speak Up, an initiative to stop the corruption within the adoption industry…

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NNFS Mid Atlantic Regional Gathering

April 16, 2018

On Friday, April 13, Humanitarian Social Innovations attended the Mid Atlantic Regional Gathering of the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors (NNFS) at Open Works in Baltimore. The agenda was full…

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New Program: One Mom Three Girls

April 5, 2018

“Defying the Odds & Rising Above” Humanitarian Social Innovations is proud to announce a new member of our social entrepreneur community: One Mom Three Girls, Inc. One Mom Three Girls…

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Bethlehem Women of Excellence Christmas Event

New Program: Bethlehem Women of Excellence

March 20, 2018

We are proud to introduce a new member of our community of social impact, Bethlehem Women of Excellence. Bethlehem Women of Excellence empowers women and families of Bethlehem, PA who…

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New Program – Mountain Bike Afghanistan

March 6, 2018

Humanitarian Social Innovations is proud to announce the newest member of our social impact family: Mountain Bike Afghanistan. Mission Mountain Bike Afghanistan (MTB Afghanistan) is a program focused on “empowering…

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Maria Rubio Yessenia Blanco Family Writing Wrongs

A Family Reunited – Maria Rubio

March 1, 2018

Writing Wrongs is a community journalism program in which college students explore various social issues and create a book about the people affected. Last year’s issue, “Untold, Unseen, Unheard: Perspectives…

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New Program: Lehigh Valley My Brother’s Keeper

February 20, 2018

Humanitarian Social Innovations is proud to introduce a new member of our social impact community: Lehigh Valley My Brother’s Keeper. History of My Brother’s Keeper Lehigh Valley My Brother’s Keeper…

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We Need Books Refugees Library

New Program: We Need Books

February 8, 2018

“People may go to the library looking mainly for information, but they find each other there.” – Robert Putnam We are proud to introduce We Need Books, a new organization…

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Writing Wrongs Immigrant Rainy Leonor

Life as an Undocumented Immigrant – Rainy Leonor

January 31, 2018

Writing Wrongs is a journalistic magazine that features stories about social issues written by students. Last year’s issue, “Untold, Unseen, Unheard: Perspectives on Immigration,” contains interviews with immigrants detailing their…

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Writing Wrongs: Troy Harris’s Story

November 6, 2017

Writing Wrongs is a journalistic magazine that features stories about social issues written by students. Last year’s issue, “Addiction: Stories of Hope”, contains interviews with residents at Easy Does It…

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Announcing the 2017 Great Girls!

September 13, 2017

Great Taste Design Foundation has announced the winners of the 2017 Great Girls Scholarship. Humanitarian Social Innovations is proud to sponsor this scholarship program for high-achieving Delaware girls. Meet this…

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PRESS RELEASES

Allentown United Football Club

March 22, 2019-“United Premier Soccer League Announces Pennsylvania Expansion with Allentown United Football Club”

https://www.prlog.org/12760906-united-premier-soccer-league-announces-pennsylvania-expansion-with-allentown-united-football-club.html

Writing Wrongs

August 13, 2018-“Intensive 2-Day Workshop to Challenge College Students to Produce an Awareness-Raising Book on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault”

September 1, 2016 – “Student Journalists Illuminate Issue of Addiction at Easy Does It”

Bringing Up A Bookworm

July 30, 2018 – “2018 Freedom Through Literacy Award Winners Announced”

Reading Entrepreneurs’ Connection

June 4, 2018 – “Reading’s Entrepreneurs’ Connection Announces Kauffman FastTrac® Entrepreneur Training Program”

We Need Books

February 8, 2018 – “Local Nonprofit Partners with Greek Nonprofit to Aid Refugees”

MELTDOWN: Based on True Events

November 22, 2017 – “JML Films LLC has partnered with EUE/Sokolow to develop a TV limited series based on true events about the 1979 nuclear meltdown at Three Mile Island.”

July 6, 2017 – “Humanitarian Social Innovations Sponsors Movie on Lasting Impact of Three Mile Island Disaster”

Bethlehem Women of Excellence

November 13, 2017 – “Organizations Collaborate to Assist Area Poor”

Overcoming Odds

May 1, 2017 – “I Am on a Mission to Revolutionize the Adoption Process”

Great Girls Scholarship

April 11, 2017 – “Humanitarian Social Innovations Partners With Scholarship Program”

OUR PROGRAMS IN THE NEWS

Mountain Bike Afghanistan

“Young Afghans Look to Mountain Biking as a Means to Transcend Conflict”
The Diplomat, November 5, 2019, by Ian J. Lynch

“Farid Noori, Mountain Bike Afghanistan”
iamtedking Podcast, July 2018

“Student Hopes to Represent Afghanistan at 2020 Olympics
Middlebury College Online Newsroom, May 15, 2018

“Farid Noori ’18 Looks to Blaze a Trail with Mountain Biking”
Middlebury Campus Newspaper, March 14, 2018

Bringing Up a Bookworm

“Nonprofit Kindled by Teacher’s Fervor for Early Reading”
Reading Eagle, April 27, 2018

Overcoming Odds

“He was a Russian orphan. Now he’s a podcast host changing lives.”
The American Statesman, June, 2018

Humanitarian Social Innovations

“The Business of Making a Better World”
Gettysburg: Our College’s Magazine, Winter 2016