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Jared and Lindsey Brooks own a towing company in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Because of this business, cars come into their lives — and out of their lives — more often than the rest of us. They have
Robin Mach of Pacific, Missouri, has been an early childhood special education teacher for more than 20 years. That means, she has touched the lives of hundreds — if not thousands — of children during her career.
Back in 2018, when he was only four years old, Nathan Herber of Rochester, Minnesota, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Since then, he’s been dealing with the disease — along with coronavirus, like the rest of us.
When the pandemic began, Tabitha McGuire got to work sewing masks — mostly for her daughter, who’s a social worker. Her goal in the beginning was to just create masks that were cute, as well as protective
When Joanne Marziani retired after 40 years of teaching, she still wanted to do something special for her students that would endure — even though she wasn’t in the building anymore. Because she spent much of her
17-year-old Zade Stone-Hinds was surfing off the coast of Santa Cruz, California, enjoying some big waves. He had just finished his morning surfing session and stepped out of the water when he saw a man still in
In December, Leticia Gonzalez of Liberal, Kansas, had her four-year-old twin daughters, Luna and Gianella, write holiday gift lists to Santa — and then put that list on a helium balloon. Luna and Gianella let the balloon
Back in 2016, Jessy Larios created a life-sized teddy bear costume and started running marathons in it … just for fun. Naming the character Bearsun, Jessy has been goofing off with the costume for years. But a
There are countless ways to raise money for charity — and in Houston, one of those ways is to climb down a skyscraper. The Women’s Home is a charity organization that offers services to help prevent and
Gary White of Evansville, Indiana, makes the most of the free meals provided by the local Salvation Army, but it hasn’t been easy for him to get there as he must cross a busy street each day
In Johannesburg, South Africa, a black Labrador named Jessie heroically rescued his friend — a Pomeranian named Chucky — from drowning in the family pool. Security cameras were rolling and captured footage of Chucky slipping and falling
Mark Leistico of Grand Junction, Colorado, has a 14-year-old daughter and a seven-year-old son who participate in local theater projects. But instead of just showing up to practices and helping out with the productions to support his
Each year, the students at Littlefield High School in Texas raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. And this year, they were going to donate the money to a student at the school. But instead of choosing to
Christy Lucas spent 17 years as an educator in Hanover, Pennsylvania — and felt called to leave her career to start a charity to serve veterans full-time. Christy saw that some veterans in her community were struggling,
From 1982 to 1996, Jessie Hamilton worked as a chef at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house at Louisiana State University. During that time, she didn’t just feed up to 100 young men, five days a week.
Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb is a fan favorite for all his work on the football field. And now, he’s doing something special off the field — launching his very own breakfast cereal called Chubb Crunch, which will
In Newark, Delaware, Chen Wang donated 10,000 masks, 180 sleeping bags — along with medical gloves and winter coats — to the Christina School District. Chen’s daughter attends a school in the district and said he “wanted
When the pandemic began, sixth grader Keena Schroeder of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, rolled up her sleeves and learned how to bake cheesecakes. With a little practice, Keena became an excellent baker — and started a company called
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jack Flaherty purchased thousands of books from a local bookstore — and donated those books to The Boys and Girls Club of Greater St. Louis. This was just the latest generous act to help out
8-year-old Lilly Bumpus of San Bernardino, California, has had a busy year as a Girl Scout. She broke the national record for most boxes sold in one season with 32,484 boxes. The achievement was even more incredible