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Finally, science toys for girls that aren't perfume kits

The local faces of an international refugee crisis

Life in this country does come with many things that refugees lacked in their home countries, like accessible food, safe places to live and clean water, but it also comes with extraordinary struggle and the potential for backlash, shame and prejudice.

“Tween Machine” uses pedal power to raise money for cystic fibrosis research

A bright-green, three-person, 10-feet long bicycle being pedaled by a dad and his two “tween-age” daughters is a rare and delightful sight. It’s even better when you find out that the bike is also a fundraising powerhouse for cystic fibrosis.

Social Venture Kids Preps the Next Generation of Philanthropists

Social Venture Kids is a program that helps teens select worthy social challenges and teaches them how to make a real-world impact.

Seattle company That Lucky Bracelet brings joy to hospitalized children with care packages

With a history of hospitalizations due to severe eczema, Sophie Harris wanted to help other kids who are suffering. Seven years ago, Sophie, now 16, founded an organization that creates “Smile Packages” for ill children all over the world.

Sammamish teen travels to Nairobi to deliver supplies and lessons in technology to children

Christopher Lee believes that technology skills can lift people out of poverty — including orphaned and impoverished kids in Nairobi, Kenya. And he’s traveling there to give them a hand up.

A “forever family” remembers foster kids by volunteering with Seattle nonprofit Amara

Amara has helped them with legal and emotional support, and provided a place for the kids to visit their biological parents. In turn, Fred and Adam’s family contributes to Amara with their money, time and expertise.

This Seattle family makes charity a part of everyday life through small gestures

Chris and Tiffany Acker of Seattle make giving an essential part of their daily lifestyle, and they’re teaching their children to do the same.

Inspired to help impoverished children abroad, a young Seattle author gives back

For Elisa Johnson, living in and traveling across Asia for most of her life until she was 7 gave her a chance to see firsthand the poverty and challenges faced by families in developing countries — and it made her want to help.

Macarons in a rainbow of flavors at Ballard's Honoré Bakery

Think outside the traditional cookie exchange this year and visit Honoré, a quaint artisanal bakery in Ballard, for some earth-shatteringly delicious macarons.

Farm fresh is just a click away with Farmigo

Farmigo, a pioneer of the burgeoning farm-to-fridge movement, expanded to the Seattle-Tacoma area earlier this year.

Phinney Market Pub: Eat and Play

Since the Phinney Market Pub & Eatery opened its doors in 2011, the charming and welcoming gastropub has become a favorite for locals and visitors alike.

Christmas cards from the edge

Thoughtful threads from Kate Quinn Organics

Kate Quinn Organics feature modern styling with saturated colors and clean lines.

This Kids' Salon Makes Haircuts Fun

This Bothell hair salon caters to munchkins of all ages, making haircuts less of an ordeal, and more of an adventure!

Sea-sational jigsaws from local maker Blue Dot Robot benefit a good cause

Hunt for adorable sea creatures while marveling at mermen and whales in the Sensational Sealife puzzle by artist Mark Poulin
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