To mark Mother’s Day, we celebrate the amazing fortitude and resourcefulness of mothers, grandmothers, and all those who take on mothering roles in the families and communities we serve around the world.
To mark Earth Day, we asked Helen Keller International’s Senior Nutrition Advisor, Jennifer Nielsen, to answer questions about the impact of climate change on the vulnerable communities we serve around the world.
Our co-founder, Helen Keller, was a fearless trailblazer and champion for social justice and women’s rights. Today, we join the international community in celebrating the potential of women and girls all over the world.
One in four children in the United States needs eyeglasses but doesn’t have them. On February 4, we completed our two millionth free U.S. vision screening at an after-school program for students in New York City.
Over the past two months, the international community has been informed by new data, and new warnings, about the drivers of global hunger and the number of people worldwide who suffer from malnutrition.
Early last month, the Texas State Board of Education voted, preliminarily, to eliminate Helen Keller from the history curriculum. Our Chief Executive responded with an inspiring editorial in the Dallas Morning News.