A young woman, at sixteen years old, finds the courage to speak-out about a taboo subject in her community, In breaking her silence, she starts a growing movement in Bangladesh …
International Women's Day.
Today we celebrate seven women from around the world, Bangladesh, India, Israel, Kenya, New Zealand, USA
These inspiring women are not celebrities, they are not rich with big backers or gigantic sponsors. You may not have ever heard of them before now. They are our unsung heroes.
Each woman featured here has turned her real life struggle, and real life experience into a way to help others. They found a way to reframe stories of suffering into stories of love and hope to be passed on to you.
Be inspired by their stories today.
When her young son is diagnosed with cancer, Ya-el prepares him for the fight of his life. Little did she know that a trip to Walmart would birth an innovative idea that would bring joy to thousands battling childhood cancer across the globe …Upon hearing the words: “Your son has cancer”. My world shattered. My husband
Real life hero story. In one night Mary went from being a shy, unknown volunteer in her community to the “The Lady That Saved Many Lives”When the police car arrived at the clinic with the first survivor, a one-month old baby boy, I had no idea what would lay ahead for myself and the clinic
Even when we don’t know what to do or say, this powerful story shows us that sometimes just being there for someone is more than enough.My friend, Arlene, was always unapologetically frank and opinionated. A life force to be reckoned with, she made her presence and preferences known in most situations. She was a single
What was meant to destroy turned out to be an opportunity to find greater purpose …
Roshni, a strong Gorkha, Indian woman, is left devastated after a break-up. She can’t think, eat or sleep until, one morning, she is called to rise with the sun and run…
Goodbye Baghdad, Hello Healing | by Judy Siddawi | An Inspiring Journey out of Hopelessness | Inspiring Story #119
When Judy is forced to flee Iraq with her family, the trauma she carries and the challenges she must face are so great, she is left with zero hope.Judy’s story takes us on an inspiring journey from hopelessness to healing – not just her own healing, but the healing of others too. We left Baghdad
All the best heroes are ordinary people who make themselves extraordinary. Thanks all for sharing your inspirational stories.