“I am a radiation oncologist and try to use the platform of Twitter and my blog to help give hope and fulfill dreams of some of my cancer patients. This particular story is quite incredible — what transpired after I found out that a 79 year old patient of mine loved to listen to the violin music of Andre Rieu.”
It’s A Small Wired World
Jade Clavier, an eight-year-old girl, saw the inspirational Charity: Water video that founder Scott Harrison developed for his thirty-first birthday. She was shaken by the realization that kids in Africa have to drink muddy water instead of clean water that she had always taken for granted. She also felt empowered: there was one simple thing she could do.
The 93 Dollar Club
Small acts really can lead to big change. That’s one lesson from Carolee Levick Hazard, whose non-profit the 93-Dollar Club started after a small act of kindness inspired her friends on Facebook and led to positive ripple effects throughout her social network.