Not all charities are created equal — the world’s most effective charities do much more good, per dollar spent, than typical charities, but they often lack the emotional pull that motivates donors to give. Psychological research points to a possible solution.
We speak to A Magazine’s subscription drive beneficiary Beyond Social Services’ Executive Director Gerard Ee on what it takes to dedicate yourself to community building.
How one animal charity is at the sharp end of Singapore’s transition to a greener future.
The host and advocate tells us why she wants to help flip the script on consumerism.
Videographer Patrick Dykstra isn’t afraid of being swallowed by a humpback whale — but he is afraid of what climate change might bring about to it.
The 25-year-old co-founder of UglyFood tells us why less-than-perfect produce deserve love, too.
Artists With Disabilities Say They Have To Fight Two Battles — One In Real Life, And The Other In Books And Movies
Thai writer Jane Ngarmpun Vejjajiva talks about the struggles that writers with disabilities face in the literary world, and the ugly stereotypes and challenges that they still encounter today.
“Representation matters because when decisions are being made, you want to make sure that different perspectives are being heard,” she says.
Singapore’s Zoos Aren’t Just For Housing Animals — They Help Protect Wildlife At Home And Around The Globe
The head of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, Dr Cheng Wen-Haur, talks us about the important role that zoos play, how people can help — and about the Lion City’s beloved otters.
From skincare that supports cancer research to T-shirts that fund school meals, we’re sending them to cart.
Swipe Right For Honesty: New Dating App Lovenn Wants To Reduce The Stigma Of Mental Health And Other ‘Dealbreakers’
Founded by a Singaporean who struggled with depression — and found it difficult to disclose to potential paramours — Lovenn wants to help its users create more meaningful connections.
With By Invite Only and The Mindful Company now under her belt, Trixie Khong wants to do more for others.