Category Archives: Humanitarian Aid

Povertees, stitching much more than fabric.

As I type this, I can imagine that at this very moment, somewhere bobbins are spinning like saucers, boxes are being packed up and shipped off, and a dream is becoming a reality.  Tyler Patterson, the founder of Povertees, stitched

Povertees, stitching much more than fabric.

As I type this, I can imagine that at this very moment, somewhere bobbins are spinning like saucers, boxes are being packed up and shipped off, and a dream is becoming a reality.  Tyler Patterson, the founder of Povertees, stitched

Global Medicine

Global Medicine, The Universal Language of Health and Human Rights

The field of medicine has never been neutral.  As healthcare professionals, our daily goal should be nothing short of curing the world.  That involves more than simply applying band-aids.  That involves addressing the underlying causes of human suffering on our

Global Medicine

Global Medicine, The Universal Language of Health and Human Rights

The field of medicine has never been neutral.  As healthcare professionals, our daily goal should be nothing short of curing the world.  That involves more than simply applying band-aids.  That involves addressing the underlying causes of human suffering on our

A Blog, A Business, A Better Future. Modeofaide.

A blog, a business, a better future.  Modeofaide is complex in theory, simple in approach.  A blog dedicated to the arcane beauty of life and the subtleties of humanitarianism.  A developing business that seeks to provide the highest quality apparel

A Blog, A Business, A Better Future. Modeofaide.

A blog, a business, a better future.  Modeofaide is complex in theory, simple in approach.  A blog dedicated to the arcane beauty of life and the subtleties of humanitarianism.  A developing business that seeks to provide the highest quality apparel

My Adventures In Caring

I walked into the retirement home, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.  Dressed up as a life-size Raggedy Andy, big red wig and all, I couldn’t help but laugh at myself.  I felt vulnerable, as if everyone was looking

My Adventures In Caring

I walked into the retirement home, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.  Dressed up as a life-size Raggedy Andy, big red wig and all, I couldn’t help but laugh at myself.  I felt vulnerable, as if everyone was looking

So, is it rude not to buy Polite Clothing?

Originally created in my first year of college, Polite Clothing was born out of my interest in fashion and design.  As I approach my graduation, it is interesting to reflect on the evolution of the company.  I can remember quite

So, is it rude not to buy Polite Clothing?

Originally created in my first year of college, Polite Clothing was born out of my interest in fashion and design.  As I approach my graduation, it is interesting to reflect on the evolution of the company.  I can remember quite

SB Homeless Awareness Week

The beautiful view sometimes offers no reprieve. For the homeless of Santa Barbara, life is a day to day affair that few truly understand.  An interesting local event, the Santa Barbara Homeless Awareness Week, kicks off friday, May 20th at

SB Homeless Awareness Week

The beautiful view sometimes offers no reprieve. For the homeless of Santa Barbara, life is a day to day affair that few truly understand.  An interesting local event, the Santa Barbara Homeless Awareness Week, kicks off friday, May 20th at

A Model to be Emulated: Santa Barbara Street Medicine

As a biology student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, I have had the privilege of experiencing a number of fascinating and unique courses, none more inspiring than the Underserved Medicine Seminar.  The seminar, put on by the bright folks

A Model to be Emulated: Santa Barbara Street Medicine

As a biology student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, I have had the privilege of experiencing a number of fascinating and unique courses, none more inspiring than the Underserved Medicine Seminar.  The seminar, put on by the bright folks