American man Conor Grennan became an unwitting saviour to hundreds of trafficked kids in Nepal after what began as a bid to impress his friends morphed into a life-long bid to reunite parents with their stolen children.Read More »
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At Inspired we really believe that what you focus on is what you get – so it’s well worth filling your head with the good stuff.
Inspired tracks down game changers, eco-warriors, growth gurus, peace makers and love spreaders - everyday people who have pushed aside their fears, stepped up and taken action for a cause in which they believe. We then write their stories and share them with the world.
We hope that these stories excite you with what’s possible, remind you of the awesomeness of humans and inspire you to step up and unleash your own brand of magic on the world. If everyone’s taking that extra step, just imagine the possibilities for nature, humanity, the planet.
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Australian woman Geraldine Cox has rescued Cambodian children from jungle war zones, stared down the face of AK47s to protect kids without parents and remained in a city in the throes of a military coup to stand up for the thousands of kids she’s come not only to protect, but to love through her work at Sunrise Cambodia.Read More »
This Australian woman and two friends are transforming the lives of Cambodia’s forgotten children by housing homeless kids and fighting to ensure children’s education.Read More »
When Claire Middleton’s two teenage girls contracted anorexia, Claire embarked on a battle to not only save her family from the perils of this mental illness, but also to help thousands of others grappling with eating disorders. She founded The Butterfly Foundation which has gone onto raise awareness and transform care for people battling such conditions. In doing so, Claire has saved scores of young lives.Read More »
Linda Buller has dedicated the past 20 years of her life to saving Bali’s abused street dogs. As a survivor of abuse herself, she is awed by the dogs’ capacity for recovery – at the way they can forgive humans for abuse, and remain open to healing and love.Read More »
While living a glittery life amid the world’s sailing elite, New Zealander Emma Outteridge took time out to volunteer at a school for orphans in Uganda and found herself smitten by the children. She has gone on to find her life purpose by connecting the children she’d come to love, with sponsors from the sailing world who can fund the children’s high school education and give them a real chance at breaking the poverty cycle.Read More »
Through the Refugee Yoga Project, Australian woman Danielle Begg is bringing longed-for moments of peace and calm to refugees grappling with the trauma of fleeing their troubled homelands.Read More »
A Perth woman’s desire to help the desperately poor has saved and transformed hundreds of lives in Cambodia. Samille Mitchell reports.Read More »
Western Australia’s Young Australian of the Year for 2014 John van Bockxmeer has started three successful charities, volunteered internationally and won an impressive list of awards. Oh yes, and he manages to fit in a job as an emergency department registrar too. Samille Mitchell has a chat with John about his major charity Fair Game, and is amazed at his motivation, his depth of feeling for healthy communities, and his incredible ability to fit so much into an already over-worked doctor’s schedule.Read More »
As someone who has leapt ice crevices, fought to save the environment, and narrowly avoided death by quick sand and baboons, Rebecca Millar has lived an extraordinary life so far. And, as director of Kalbarri’s cultural community celebration – the Zest Festival - she has become renowned for her ability to think big. But what gives someone the belief they can achieve something extraordinary? What instils them with the conviction they can make a difference? Samille Mitchell takes a look at Rebecca’s past in an attempt to find the answers.Read More »