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  • Music & Memory Foundation
    Music & Memory Foundation

    “I was introduced to the documentary ‘Alive Inside’ by a friend of mine. I was blown away by the effect music had on people suffering from alzheimer’s disease, and in the grand scheme of things, how little was being done to promote this cost-effective, and simple treatment in nursing homes. I’ve been touring the US with my “Selfless Selfie” donation jar, trying to raise what I can. Check out the amazing charity, Music and Memory and see what you can do to help, or at the very least, head over to Netflix and watch ‘Alive Inside’.” - Greg Holden

  • BlinkNow

    "I was introduced to Maggie Doyne through a friend of mine, who after hearing about a recent trip of mine to Nepal, thought I’d be interested in her story, which he was absolutely right about. Maggie, while traveling in Nepal much like I was, was so affected by the poverty-striken children she came across, that at the age of 18 took what money she had and/or could raise, and created the Kopila Valley Children’s Home, which continues to grow every year. Her story is one of bravery and extreme selflessness." -Greg Holden

  • Valentino Achak Deng Foundation
    Valentino Achak Deng Foundation

    "I first learned about The VAD Foundation after reading 'What is the What?" by Dave Eggers; a book that led me to write "The Lost Boy”, and also created the non-profit organisation itself. I was so moved by Valentino’s story that I couldn’t help give what I could, and encourage friends to do the same. Please visit their website for more information." -Greg Holden

  • The Shakyamuni Buddha Community Health Centre
    The Shakyamuni Buddha Community Health Centre

    "While traveling in Northern India, I was given a tour of The Shakyamuni Buddha Community Health Centre in Bodhgaya, Bihar. It is a centre that provides medical services, healthcare and health advice to the poorest people in the area and survives off donations alone. I took a lot of pictures while I was in India, and when I got home, decided to set up a website and sell the prints, giving all profits to the centre. You can visit the gallery and buy the images here, and/or if you feel inspired, donate what you can through their website." -Greg Holden