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Host an Alternative Gift Fair!

Tired of the commercialization of the holidays? Looking to do something different? Host an Alternative Gift Fair in your community!

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6 Ways That Parents Can Push Back Against Harmful School Commercialism

At school, ads can now be found on everything from team uniforms to cafeteria banners to homework folders. Learn some ways to push back.

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Kicking the Bottled Water Habit: How I Started My Own Water Bottle Company

A college senior shares his story of venturing into the unknown realm of entrepreneurship and product design to create a water bottle like no other.

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Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids

Mindfulness facilitator and mom Laurie Cousins shares some tips for New Dreamers on how to be more mindful.

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Meet the 2015 Neighborhood Challenge Winners

Learn more about our Challenge winners, five outstanding community groups that are working to make the New American Dream a reality.

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From Workaholic to Social Activist: A New Dream Story

Tabita Green didn’t plan to become a workaholic. It just kind of happened. But when her daughter became ill, she knew something had to change.

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Living the Dream: The Fowlds – Living Large with Less

After a neighbor’s oak tree fell on their custom-built dream house, Sean and Linda Fowlds decided to try out a more mobile lifestyle.

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

Inspiring projects from around the U.S. have been made possible with grants from New Dream's Get2gether Neighborhood Challenge.

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"One More Generation" Working to Stem Plastic Pollution

An organization started by two Georgia siblings is fighting to save endangered species and clean up the environment.

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Reflections on a Resilient Family Road Trip

We have returned! In total, we traveled through 23 states in about 34 days, in search of rural resilience, working landscapes, and grand adventures.

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