From Bee-Tracking Wearables to Mobile Gynecology Kits

By: Rebecca Byers - Sep 30, 2015
The top September 2015 social good trends showcase a variety of social enterprises and altruistic initiatives that serve a higher purpose.

An intriguing social good initiative is the recent move to place free public access sunscreen dispensers at busy public spaces in both Boston and Miami Beach. The moves show the changing public understanding of health and well-being and the role of governing bodies to invest in preventative methods of cancer prevention.

Meanwhile, 'Books on Bikes' is an initiative run by the Seattle Public Library that delivers books to young readers. The program is sure to help expand the minds of those without traditional access to library services.

The top September 2015 social good trends point to a changing public perception about the role of governing bodies and access to healthcare services and education.