COVID-19 Good News

In the midst of COVID-19, there have always been people making a difference. We're celebrating global progress against coronavirus, and sharing the ways we can make a positive difference.

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This New U.S. Bureau is a Beacon of Hope for Global Health

The new federal agency will focus on global health and pandemic prevention by coordinating U.S. foreign assistance and fostering international cooperation.
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Burnout to Brilliance: Nurse’s Immersive Workshops Address Trauma in Healthcare Systems

A dance-loving nurse created an immersive grief and trauma workshop series to help other nurses process stress and burnout through movement.
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8 Good News Stories About Small Businesses

Running a small business isn't easy. Our culture rewards big, winner-take-all businesses. But small businesses are valuable. By their nature, they have a focus deeper than just profit. These stories celebrate small businesses doing good — and the people who support them.
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39 Best Giving Tuesday Quotes For 2023

We’ve collected the best Giving Tuesday quotes to inspire generosity and motivate giving this year.
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This City Has a New Way To Fight Homelessness With COVID Aid

In the Dallas area, more than a dozen nonprofits and government agencies joined forces to launch a new program using the COVID federal aid, aiming for successes that other localities could replicate.
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16 Best (RED) Products To Fight AIDS & Save Lives in 2023

You can do your part to support to fight pandemics by simply shopping (RED). Here are the best products that help fight AIDS and COVID.
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U.S. Cities Are Getting Rid of Fines & Fees Seen Fueling Race & Income Gaps

From San Francisco to the Midwest to New York, the pandemic has triggered a policy rethink about the fairness of fines and fees for prison phone calls, overdue library books, and parking violations.
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How One City Closed the Digital Divide for Nearly All Its Students

As of February, the city had provided nearly 36,000 laptops and more than 11,500 hot spots to low-income public school students.
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The World Is Celebrating the Life of Dr. Paul Farmer

World-renowned infectious disease expert, humanitarian, and equitable global health advocate Dr. Paul Farmer just passed away. Let's look at his legacy.
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Good News: 9 Frontline Heroes Worth Celebrating

Meet the frontline heroes making a difference during COVID, natural disasters, mental health crises, and more
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