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Posted on April 19 2018

The Incredible Athletes of Sierra Leone’s Amputee Soccer Club

These athletes have lost limbs from land mines that were planted during the country's violent civil war, but that hasn’t stopped them from playing the game that renews their spirit.

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Posted on April 12 2018

How a search for a missing wallet ended up changing lives

When a bar owner decided to help his customer find her wallet, with her wedding ring inside, he never could have guessed where the journey would take him.

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Posted on April 05 2018

Waffle House Waitress’ Act Of Kindness Goes Viral

A moment captured in a picture also captured the attention of thousands on social media. A teen working at Waffle House is now being rewarded with a big surprise.

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Posted on March 29 2018

Shooting Arrows Without Arms

Matt Stutzman was born without arms. But that hasn't stopped him from becoming one of the world's best archers. In fact, he competes professionally for the U.S. Paralympic Archery Team and even set the Guinness World Record for longest accurate shot in archery. In Stutzman's words, "no matter what the challenge is, you can overcome it."

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Posted on March 22 2018

How One Small Town Cafe Is Changing The Face Of The Workforce

At Two Cafe & Boutique in Chagrin Falls, Cleveland, people who have developmental and physical disabilities work alongside others in an integrated environment.

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Posted on March 15 2018

The 12-Year-Old Scientist Taking On Flint’s Water Crisis

When Gitanjali Rao first heard about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, she wanted to help in any way she could. Now, at only 12 years old, Gitanjali is the proud inventor of “Tethys,” a portable device that detects lead in water. Named “America’s Top Young Scienist,” Gitanjali hopes to inspire other kids to get moving and make a difference in their own communities.

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Posted on March 08 2018

From Scammer to Saint

Pleasant Green was contacted on Facebook by a guy in Liberia who wanted him to ship him electronic devices. Instead Pleasant gave him something better: a job. This is the story of how an internet scam turned into a humanitarian mission.

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Posted on March 01 2018

The Volunteer Heroes of Hurricane Harvey

On August 25, Hurricane Harvey slammed into southeast Texas. The category four storm caused historic flooding that devastated the region, destroying homes and changing millions of people’s lives. Yet the days that followed were filled with stories of bravery—none more poignant than the acts of everyday people who went to extraordinary lengths to help their fellow citizens.

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Posted on February 22 2018

Father Sends Postcards for Over 20 Years

David Lasseter's campaign started in 1995, after he dropped his oldest daughter off at Notre Dame. That night, he sent her a postcard -- just as he has done virtually every day since then for all of his kids, for years.

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Posted on February 15 2018

How Hotel Soap is Saving Lives

Samir Lakhani's nonprofit, Eco-Soap Bank, recycles discarded bars of soap from hotels in Cambodia and distributes them to people in need.

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