Reading the papers may leave you feeling overwhelmed, with the news often dominated by the many challenges facing the world.
This June, however, a special Saturday supplement will zoom in on the solutions to some of these problems - and you can be a part of it.
For the third year running, The Straits Times will be participating in Impact Journalism Day, which falls on June 20 this year.
Along with 39 other leading media outlets from around the world, it will publish inspiring stories of people and projects that offer innovative solutions to local or global problems.
If you are working on a project that is helping to improve the lives of others, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb 25. The project must be up and running, and can be run by an individual, a company or an organisation.
It can be an initiative that helps the needy in your neighbourhood, an idea that improves the lives of people beyond Singapore, or a brilliant invention that has the potential to make a global impact.
Selected projects will be featured in a special supplement published by The Straits Times and other participating media outlets, which have a combined reach of 100 million people.
Noting the strong response last year, Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez said: "Many readers told us they were inspired by the stories we featured, and urged us to profile more people and organisations which are tackling some of the world's pressing problems and making an impact.
"So, we at ST are happy to do that, joining our partners, some of the best news organisations in the world, for this year's Impact Journalism Day."
The Mothers of Light, an initiative by Singapore-based social enterprise Nusantara Development Initiatives, was among the projects featured last year.
The group supplies affordably-priced solar lamps to village women in Riau, Indonesia.
After it was featured, many Straits Times readers wrote to the group offering to sponsor lamps, said Ms Gloria Arlini, 31, co-founder of the initiative.
One couple wanted to donate a dozen lamps to a Nepalese monastery, while another group recently bought about 30 lamps to help flood victims in Kelantan.
Ms Arlini told The Straits Times: "The Impact coverage has helped increase the visibility of the issues of energy, poverty and women's empowerment."
For more information, go to www.straitstimes.com/impact-2015