What is success? Everyone seems to think about it quite differently! While some people think that money or fame equals success, there is a lot more to it than that. True success is not about things or status, but is about the kind of person you are and the positive impact you… Read more »
Well, it’s not exactly a camp run by polar bears! It’s more like a camp run every year during polar bear migration time. And it’s run by Polar Bears International (PBI). Polar Bears International is the world’s leading polar bear protection group. They focus on saving bears from the many problems they face… Read more »
InspireMyKids is so impressed with two teenage sisters Emma and Julia Mogus who founded an organization called “Books With No Bounds”. They provide Aboriginal children and teens living in remote communities books donated by publishers, authors, schools, individuals and organizations. They believe that every child deserves the opportunity to read… Read more »
When 9-year-old Atticus Seng’s bike was stolen from a rack at his elementary school’s campus this past October, the last thing he thought was that it would happen for a second time — or that a group of teens would come the rescue. In the surprise of his life, the… Read more »
As a 5th grade football coach this story really showed me how important athletics are for teaching valuable lessons in life. The Olivet Eagles football team at Olivet Middle School in Olivet, Michigan, decided to run a play and intentionally not score, all without their coaches knowing. The football team… Read more »
Jack Andraka is no ordinary 15 year old kid. He’s accomplished more than most will in a lifetime. Jack won the top award at Intel ISEF 2012 for his creation of a new, non-invasive method to detect early-stage pancreatic cancer and other forms of cancer. His passion for finding a… Read more »
At eight years old, Birke heard a news story about mercury in high fructose corn syrup. He asked his mother what high fructose corn syrup was. Once he found out what it was and how much of our food contains it, he decided to learn what else is in our food. Today,… Read more »
This is the story of a courageous young man who lost his leg to bone cancer and decided to raise money for cancer by running accross Canada with one leg. His story captured a nations attention and firmly made him a hero for his effort. He raised millions of dollars for cancer research.