If you’re lucky enough, you were born and raised by a woman who makes the world more interesting, inspiring, and uplifting. This Mother’s Day, Sara Mohazzebi asks you to honor two incredible women who do just that.
Author: Sara Mohazzebi
Feeling charitable this holiday season? As a journalist who covers social activists, Sara Mohazzebi features five unique and effective organizations that are in true need of support to continue to survive and thrive. Want to give back? Here’s where you start.
In LA, the city where there are more stars standing in front of you than in the actual sky, there are countless red carpet events. But this past Saturday, it wasn’t about a movie premiere or another product launch party.
Having made a fortune in the business world, Bobby Sager decided one day that enough was enough and committed to philanthropy full-time. On Father’s Day, here’s to the good men and fathers who give their best.
Forget flowers and candy. This Valentine’s Day, introduce the objects of your affection to Akawelle, a unique jewelry line created from the casings of bullets from the Liberian civil war melted into leaf shaped pendants that are engraved with the word Life.
Sara Mohazzebi introduces you to 36-year-old “Children of War” director Bryan Single. Shot inside the war zone of Northern Uganda, Bryan filmed the captivating story of three former child soldiers as they undergo the process of trauma therapy.