This Nonprofit Has Donated 15,000 Volunteer Hours to Help Create Positive Change
Life during the COVID years was difficult for many people, families, and organizations. Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners knows this fact all too well. This nonprofit was founded in February 2020 to serve others in New Hampshire.
Garage of Blessings Offers Free Household Items to Their Community
When you visit the Garage of Blessings, it looks like almost any other thrift store at first. What you won’t find is a price tag on most of the items. Everything at the back of the thrift store is offered to the community for free.
400-Year-Old Company Donates 100 Mattress Toppers to Homeless Youth
Piana Technology has been serving people for nearly 450 years. This textile company has been at the forefront of fiber and textile innovation throughout that time, including the production of nonwoven projects.
Test Positive for COVID and Get $3,000 at This Clinic
One nonprofit in Sacramento County, California, wants to change how people think about COVID-19. Until June 30, 2022, anyone who tests positive at the headquarters of Asian Resources Inc can receive up to $3,000 of bill assistance.
This Mother Mentors Other Moms Who Receive an HIV Diagnosis
After 29 years of living, Namiba is now a mother who is one of the co-founders of the 4M Mentor Mothers Network. This group works with women who receive an HIV diagnosis to find ways they can mentor mothers who find themselves in the same situation Namiba was in
There’s a new ransomware out there, but it is changing the game and isn’t asking people for money. If your computer gets infected with it, what you’ll be asked for is to perform a random act of kindness.
A Broken Scooter Leads to Giving Away 50 New Ones to Veterans
The heroic story of how Kenny Jary also known as Patriotic Kenny payed it forward after his scooter broke down. He not only raised enough money to pay for his scooter but for 50 other veterans to have the same.
We hope that these stories of random acts of kindness can inspire you today in an attempt to help us all make kindness the norm rather than the exception in our daily lives. We believe that these real-life tales can inspire you to pay attention to people around you and become aware of how you can make someone's day brighter by just being yourself.
Meet the Man Who Had No Last Name Until the Fourth Grade
For more than 20 years, Reggie Dabbs has been one of the most popular inspirational speakers in the United States. He plays the saxophone and talks to students about the struggles of his life so that they can try to relate his story to their circumstances.
Students Create a Free Telephone Hotline to Provide Uplifting Messages
Peptoc is the name given to a public art project created by students at West Side Elementary in Healdsburg, California. It’s a free telephone hotline that leaves inspiring and uplifting messages to callers from all over the world.
This Animal Rescue Farm Was Inspired by a Mother’s Heartbreaking Marriage
Life is very unpredictable, and sometimes if we allow them to, our horrible experiences can teach us the best lessons. Laurie Zaleski, daughter of a woman who survived an abusive marriage, is a beautiful example of this.
Mike and Nick Fiorito were chasing the typical American dream. Both had corporate careers that helped them have a comfortable life, but it didn’t feel like the work they were doing was meaningful. That’s when they both stepped away from their jobs to do something that meant more.
Henry was a 16-year-old shelter dog. Senior animals are usually the last to be adopted, with a rate that stays at 25% consistently. That’s compared to the 60% adoption rate of puppies and younger dogs.
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