The stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper recently made a pretty cool visit to a Memphis children’s hospital – and they brought a pretty amazing gift.
A woman took a picture of a man sleeping in a Fayette County, Georgia McDonald’s and posted a negative Facebook rant about him. It turns out he is a homeless father who was resting between his shifts at the fast-food restaurant.
John Cronin, 23, co-founder and “Chief Happiness Officer” of John’s Crazy Socks, just won an Entrepreneur Of The Year award. He’s the first businessman with Down syndrome to win the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2019 New York award.
When Dale Quick died earlier this month and left no known survivors, a Nebraska funeral home appealed to his community to make sure he got the funeral he deserved.
A flight that brought veterans to Washington, D.C., to visit the nation’s war memorials was greeted by a crowd singing ‘God Bless America’ on Sunday upon its return to Rochester, N.Y.
Luke Berube is used to digging up old trinkets with his metal detector. But when he found a 1960 class ring in a Massachusetts pond, he decided to seek out its rightful owner and return it.
It was one simple act of kindness for Rodney Smith Jr. that changed his life forever. The Huntsville, Alabama resident spotted an elderly woman struggling to mow her lawn and knew he needed to do something to help. So Rodney grabbed his lawn mower and went straight to work. Now there’s a challenge.
Rob Mendez has been persevering his entire life. Born without arms or legs, the South Bay high school football coach’s perseverance will be lauded in July when he receives a prestigious award during the ESPYS, an annual awards show that celebrates those in the sporting world.
Lauren Mulvihill did not know what to expect when she was called to the hospital for an Uber pick up. 89-year-old Ronald Dembner had just been discharged from the hospital with no one to take him home.