50 Stories in 50 States
Tony Tolbert is a UCLA lecturer and attorney who is carrying on his family’s tradition of generosity by giving his house to a homeless family for a year.
12-year-old Thomas Ponce from Florida has a special gift of inspiring people to protect animals through his infectious poise and passion.
The Be ONE Project is a life-changing program created for middle school students in Arizona to stop bullying behavior before it begins.
What started out as a crazy idea to spotlight 50 heroes in 50 states has resulted in numerous blessings, miracles and new friendships.
We’re excited to announce that our friends at The Pollination Project have stepped up and will give a $1,000 grant to our first Hero.
No one could have predicted the heartbreaking trials endured and lessons learned after GIG launched our 50/50 crowdfunding campaign.
Amid the long hours of work put into Go Inspire Go, one recent connection brought me to tears and reminded me why this is all worth it.
Woohoo! After more than six months of planning — my team and I are excited to launch 50/50, our first crowdfunding campaign.
GIG relies on the blood, sweat and smiles of our amazing volunteers. Meet the brilliant minds behind Media and Organizational Outreach.
Here are the awesome folks behind the 50 Stories in 50 States crowdfunding campaign’s engineering and design.
Meet the brilliant minds behind our Marketing & Communications efforts for our 50 Stories in 50 States crowdfunding campaign.
Seven Crowdfunding Campaigns That Inspired Us: GIG’s Journey Towards Our First Crowdfunding Campaign
As Go Inspire Go embarks on our “50 Stories in 50 States” campaign, here are seven powerful crowdfunding ideas that have been our guiding light.
Go Inspire Go is the brainchild of Toan Lam, one of the most passionate, positive people I’ve had the honor of working with. You can’t not be inspired after you hear his story. So let’s get started.
Chief Inspirator Toan Lam had a “crazy” idea. What if we highlighted 50 amazing stories across 50 states? Turns out, it’s not so “crazy” after all.
Highlight your Community Hero
Look around and you will see everyday heroes who use their power to help other people. We want to hear about them!
We’re looking for everyday “street-corner style” heroes who are doing what they can with their own resources to make a difference in their community.
If their actions have inspired you, tell us their story and give them the spotlight and support they need!
Please share a brief description about your community hero (150 words maximum). Pictures and video links are welcome but not required.
Describe their inspirational actions:
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