Ellen DeGeneres’s mother Betty created this GIG Spark to share a message of equality and love that will move and inspire you — especially if you’re a parent, grandparent or guardian of an LGBT youth.
If I were to ask you, “What subject matter in school is deemed most important?” What would your answer be? Math, science or art? Sunny
Do you ever wonder what happens to your partially used soap bars after leaving your hotel? I’ve always thought it was such a waste that
There is no better way to relax, recharge and reconnect to your spirit than unplugging your gadgets and getting some R&R in nature. From Tweeting
Warning: this will make you smile! Thank you to 14-year-old Mini Rasekhy from Singapore for sending us this GIG Spark when she was in San
Feel inspired as you learn about Villy Wang, who went from working in a sweatshop and living in the New York projects to achieving her dreams as a Wall Street banker and lawyer. Find out why she left a big job title and paycheck to start BAYCAT, a nonprofit that educates, inspires and employs underserved youth.
When you stand next to the ocean, you gain a lot of perspective. If you stare long enough, the vast, calm and magical mystique envelops
When was the last time someone did something nice for you? Did you receive a hand written letter/postcard in the mail? Did they open the
Calling All Adults — The Youth Need You. To teachers, parents and everyone dealing with a seemingly difficult youth in your life — please listen
I have to make a confession. I’m guilty of this too. I’m a work-a-holic and social media maniac. How many of you are guilty of
While in San Francisco, 15-year-old Bailey Branham was sad to see so many homeless people while on the way to summer school. She realized many
For all of you who think doing a good deed takes too much time, money or energy – let me introduce you to Gretchen Burley’s
Drum roll… and roll the music… In the spirit of Elton John’s Lion King tribute “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” — our latest GIG
Who doesn’t love socks? They’re warm, fuzzy and for the most part, inexpensive — unless your phalanges are of the fabulous kind. As a journalist,
Go Inspire Go (GIG) is a [501(c)(3) non-profit] social enterprise video-based website that inspires you to “Discover and Use Your Power to Help Others.” We create inspirational videos featuring regular people who use their talents and resources to better their community. We distribute our stories using social media to encourage sharing and inspire people to become civically engaged. At the end of every GIG video, there’s a call to action with information on how you can make a difference.
We’re also inviting YOU and your community (school, organization, friends, etc.) to use your passion and creativity to produce a “GIG Spark” and inspire viewers with your story. This is for anyone who can shoot and edit short videos.