Russell Wattenberg has a booming business, and he single-handedly feeds his city, though he doesn't sell a thing.Read More
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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
After spending years teaching billionaires and celebrities to surf, Lambert Lo decided to trade in his high profile job to follow his heart. Now, as the founder of Mix Academy, Lo helps those who most need smiles catch their first wave.Read More
The Brandywine Bulldogs in Wilmington, Delaware, have one of the most unlikely football players in America today. And not just because this guy is so little, but because this guy is a girl. At 4'8", Felicia Perez is one of the shortest kids in her school.Read More
One Halloween, Ryan Weimer’s then-3-year-old son wanted to dress up as a pirate. But his son, who has spinal muscular atrophy, is restricted to a wheelchair. So Ryan fashioned a homemade costume that incorporated the wheelchair as a pirate ship, and his son absolutely loved it. From that idea was born Magic Wheelchair—a global non-profit organization that creates custom wheelchair costumes for kids.Read More