It’s a time of celebration for Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) – we just installed our 1,000th EkoLakay household toilet! SOIL is developing a transformative social business model for the sustainable provision of urban household sanitation and ecological waste treatment services in Haiti. In SOIL’s EkoLakay social business pilot, SOIL employees collect and transport wastes…

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We are thrilled to give you a sneak peek into our fourth quarter Humanist giving beneficiaries. Remember, these beneficiaries will show up on the Now Supporting page of our website on October 1 and you can change the amount you give to each beneficiary by going to your My FBB page in the top right-hand…

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SOIL, our Poverty and Health beneficiary for Q3 2014, is using new and innovative approaches to solve a problem created when people live in tight quarters without sufficient sanitation programs. Throughout the world, people have dealt with this issue through their own rites, cultural practices, and necessities. However, in many parts of the world, proper…

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As the 3rd quarter of 2014 comes to a close, we'd like to take a look back at the many ways that our beneficiaries this quarter put your contributions to good use in putting humanism into action. Poverty and Health: Sustaining Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL).  SOIL is doing important work in Haiti building ecological sanitation…

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It’s time for a new quarter and a new slate of featured beneficiaries! Get to know our new charities for the third quarter of 2014:   Human Rights: Footsteps Footsteps is a New York-based organization that helps people from the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community leave this insular way of life. Most leave with a limited knowledge…

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