Jarryd Wallace had his leg amputated below the knee in 2010 as a 19-year-old when complications arose following surgery aimed at relieving the symptoms of the incredibly painful compartment syndrome. Just one year after his amputation, Wallace won the 2011 Parapan Games with the fastest time in the world that year.Read More
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When he was 19 years old, Jeremy Poincenot began losing his vision. Already a talented golfer, Poincenot was afraid that he wouldn’t be able to continue playing the sport he loved. But one year later, with a little encouragement from his mother, Poincenot went to the driving range. With that, he resolved to compete again. Poincenot, along with his father as his coach, caddy and guide, set off on a journey to play in the World Blind Golf Championship. The pair did more than play: they won.Read More
When a man stood on the ledge of a building, regular citizens gathered on the ground to hoist encouraging signs and sing words of support.Read More
Russell Wattenberg has a booming business, and he single-handedly feeds his city, though he doesn't sell a thing.Read More
After the passing of his wife in 2010, Bob Rutherford searched for a way to give back to his community. He built two custom-made knitting machines and used them to create socks to protect those in need from the frigid Canadian winters.Read More
The Salvation Army's Bed and Bread truck brings free meals to people who need it, right in the neighborhoods where they live.Read More
A touching and sweet video by 20 year old Spencer Timmes to his brother Mitchel, who has autism.Read More
A video of a deaf woman singing pitch perfect on “America’s Got Talent” went viral as viewers celebrated it as both heartwarming and remarkable.Read More