As we kick off 2015, let’s take a stroll down memory lane and go through Never Settle’s most popular blog posts of 2014.

So let’s count down…

5. Zac Pittman Donates Bone Marrow

Never Settle family member Zac Pittman made us proud this year by donating his bone marrow. It’s a noble, touching story – and a great inspiration to join the bone marrow registry. Need further convincing? Read about our friend Drew Olanoff, who’s going through treatment instead of planning his wedding.

4. New Spring Tees

Did you awkwardly forget someone in your Christmas gift exchange? It’s not too late to order them a “Happy New Year” gift – why not a Never Settle T-shirt? Giving back is totally chic.

3. November National Child Safety Month

Children should always be safe – November shouldn’t be the only time we consider taking care of kids around the world. So why not provide clean water to children in Cambodia?

2. Operation Whipcrack: Typhoon Hagupit

In partnership with Team Rubicon and disaster relief teams, we documented the global response to the Typhoon Hagupit, one year after the Philippines was devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of largest in recorded history. The efforts aren’t over yet – and our hearts are with the teams on the ground. Get us closer to the goal.

1. Dr. Kent Brantly Ebola Infection and Recovery

There’s a reason TIME chose Ebola workers as its people of the year in 2014. Their stories are incredible – especially Never Settle family member Dr. Kent Brantly. Read his story – and if you’re as inspired as we are, help us keep the support flowing in the region.

What did you think of our blog posts for the year? Did your favorite make the list?

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