Debra Davis works hard feeding the students at Hoover High School. But once the bell rings, she keeps working -- to feed the homeless.Read More
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Since 2007, Khali Sweeney and his boxing program have provided mentorship, tutoring and meals to about 400 children from Detroit's toughest neighborhoods.Read More
A California teen who recently helped a fellow passenger aboard an Alaska Airlines flight using sign language said today that she felt like she was meant to be on that plane.Read More
An Alabama man is traveling to all 50 states with his lawn mower, cutting grass for people in need. Now, his movement is spreading among kids across the country, proving that the grass really is greener when you help others.Read More
Les Brown is considered to be one of the greatest speakers the world has ever seen. But growing up labelled 'educable mentally retarded' made it virtually impossible for him to get there. Young, ready, and hungry, Les Brown reveals how he scored his dream job in the most impossible way.Read More
After serving his time, Dion desperately searched for a job to keep him alive and out of jail. No one would hire him — until Greyston Bakery, a company with a unique hiring policy, changed his life when they gave him the second chance he desperately needed.Read More
Austin Perine may look like your average 4-year-old. But once a week, he turns into his alter ego: a superhero set on feeding as many homeless people as possible.Read More
This is no ordinary pizzeria. At Rosa’s, customers can do something very unique: pay forward slices of $1 pizza for those in need with Post-It Notes.Read More
Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California, is the world’s first and largest nonprofit center dedicated to giving artists with disabilities the space to let their talents shine. Since 1974, the center has served hundreds of artists with developmental, mental and physical disabilities who lacked formal education in the arts.Read More