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How One Non-Profit is Using Photography to Inspire Hope

With the rise of social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter, digital photos and videos have rapidly replaced the traditional photo album and home movies. In an age where it’s as easy to snap ...

Redskins Players Buy Xbox for Young Fan

When 10-year-old Jaden Watt walked into his local GameStop one day last week, he wasn’t expecting to purchase anything. The boy was actually killing time while his grandmother got her makeup done at...

9-Year-Old with Heart Condition Summits Fourth Tallest Mountain in the World

Two years ago, the Getter family set out for one of the most unconventional and memorable vacations of their lives. They were heading to Disneyland or the Grand Canyon. In fact, their destination wasn...

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Beirut’s “Wall of Kindness” Brings Hope and Help to Refugee’s Through Anonymous Donations

The crisis in Syria has cost millions of people their possessions, their homes, and even their lives. As Syrians have fled the country by the thousands, one of the countries where they’ve come to se...

One Middle Schooler Shows Compassion’s Importance in Competition During Cross Country Meet

With kids all over the country back in school, it’s time for the Fall sports line up. For 8th grader Amelia Malburg, that means Cross Country. The middle schooler attends Mason County Eastern, where...

GE Sponsors Inspiring Exhibit Honoring Women in STEM at Grand Central Station

There’s been a lot of talk about STEM lately. The acronym – which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math – represents a professional field that has traditionally been pursued by m...

News Spot Highlights Inspiring Stories in Chicago Neighborhoods

It’s not often that you turn on the TV to find the news sharing stories of hope, kindness, or cheer. And for the citizens of Chicago, it can be hard to find the goodness buried under reports of viol...

New Kindness Curriculum is Making Waves in University of Wisconsin Study

The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Healthy Minds has been busy this year. They’ve added one more project to the many studies they contribute to, and this one is aimed at teaching kin...

Eye-Witness Recounts Story of Incredible Whale Rescue

Whale watching is a favorite pastime and a tourist attraction along nearly every coast in the world. But for enthusiasts traveling to the West Coast of the USA, the Olympic Peninsula in Washington Sta...

High School Senior Shares Inspiring Insight Learned from Sickle Cell Disease

As we move into the Fall season, millions of teenagers across the U.S. are heading back to high school. And LaTia Bell, who is starting her senior year at Etowah High School, is one of them. Among the...

Bus Driver Pauses Route to Help Stranded Schoolgirl Find Her Way

Morning commutes can be drag. Whether you drive your own car, take the subway, or hop on a bus, the frequent delays and traffic jams can quickly turn a routine journey into a stop-and-go nightmare. Pu...