Let’s Get Out! Irvine’s Guide To The Best Outdoor AdventuresAs summertime approaches, are you looking to get outside more and enjoy all the local area has to offer?
Checking-in With Our Folks To Evaluate NeedsIt can be hard to approach our parents to talk about difficult choices, such as a move into a retirement community, or the need for one-on-one care. But ultimately, if we check-in with them, we’ll not only see things from their perspective, but we’ll also be letting we know we care.
An Older Gentleman Shares Necktie Lesson With Young Man In Train StationHello Humankindness project from Dignity Health shares a gesture that captures our hearts as it reflects the proverbial wisdom of the ages, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."
How Volunteering At A Homeless Shelter Is Life Changing For One WomanDonna Yeiter shares her story about transitioning from living out of a tent under a bridge to becoming a volunteer gardener at Sacramento Loaves and Fishes, where re-training has changed her life.
Dignity Health Tackles Human Trafficking As It Becomes A Growing Public ConcernThe Dignity Health Foundation is taking a critical leading role in bringing education and awareness of human trafficking to people in front-facing roles within the health care arena.
Canadian Couple Cancels Wedding To Help Sponsor Syrian Refugee FamilyHumankindness is abundant in Toronto, where a couple was inspired to use their wedding savings to support a Syrian refugee family.
Holiday Grief: ’Tis the Season Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Kwanzaa, New Year’s—all are difficult for people who have experienced the death of someone they love.
Advance Directives: PricelessThe best gift you can give the people you love is an honest and unflinching discussion about death and end-of-life choices.