We always knew Capuchin friar Br. Bob was a hero and now he's been officially named one of the Everyday Heroes: 50 Americans Changing The World One NonProfit at a Time.
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Everyday Heroes is a look inside the world of social entrepreneurs giving us an exquisitely photographed sacred bundle of stories. In this remarkable tribute to the ordinary heroes among us, Everyday Heroes: 50 Americans Changing The World One Nonprofit at a Time, celebrates those who have risen to leadership roles in nonprofit organizations across the country, representing a diverse range of causes and demographics and affecting hundreds of thousands of lives.There has never been a book like it. Not remotely.
“There are 90 million people under the age of twenty-five in this country who have been raised with a value system that includes doing service. They’re itching for a way to do good. Everyone will tell you that you have to choose between making money and doing good. You don’t.” –Robert Egger, Founder and President, D.C. Central Kitchen and one of the heroes.
“It is precisely their ordinariness that makes them extraordinary. Unlike our idols of the past these new revolutionaries are not wrangling to become the dominant voice of reform. Their power stems from the aggregate. Together they are raising a chorus for change. Listen closely, and you’ll hear a growing battle cry: If we don’t take care of each other, who will?” –from the introduction by Katrina Fried
KATRINA FRIED, is the author of American Farmer, and editor of several award winning books: The Oxford Project, Gay in America, The Last Good War, Slow: Life in a Tuscan Town, Cooking with Italian Grandmothers, Primal Cuts, and On The Street. Creating unique visual narratives that push the boundaries and traditional limitations
of illustrated books is her passion. She lives and works in New York City and Northern California.
PAUL MOBLEY, creator and photographer of award-winning American Farmer: Portraits from the Heartland, trained with Annie Leibovitz and has successfully worked with a broad range
of corporate, advertising, and editorial clients, including American Express, Sony, Citigroup, Ford, Compaq, Gourmet, Max Factor, Microsoft, and many others. He lives in Michigan and New York.