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Posted on September 20 2018

Fill My Basket

What started as an idea between two friends with what little they did have, has turned into a worldwide success. People all over the globe have been inspired to do random acts of kindness for strangers one basket a time.

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Posted on September 13 2018

School Janitor Makes a Difference With Unused Closet

For four years now, Georgia high school custodian Carolyn Collins has been quietly making sure the students at her school have what they need. Collins spends a few hundred dollars a month on items to stock the closet, but teachers, students, and community members also donate supplies, including clothes, shoes, book bags, and more.

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Posted on September 06 2018

Forgiveness Gives Man a Second Chance at Life

A Remarkable! Florida woman's forgiveness granted the drunk driver that took the lives of two girls a second chance.

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Posted on August 30 2018

Freedom of Speech on Full Display

When a couple in Florida noticed that their autistic son was constantly looking at the Starry Night painting, they decided to turn the famous scene into a mural. But the city didn't approve.

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Posted on August 23 2018

High School Student Designs App to Help with Alzheimers

A remarkable high school freshman invented an app to help people suffering from Alzheimer's. It's called "Timeless," and it uses facial recognition technology to help patients recognize their loved ones.

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Posted on August 16 2018

The Artist Who Paints The Homeless

Brian Peterson is an artist who is devoted to befriending the homeless community in downtown Santa Ana, in California. He paints vibrant portraits of some of these rough sleepers, and uses the proceeds from the sale of each painting to help get them off the streets.

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Posted on August 09 2018

Cop Finds Family In Car, Changes Their Life

Deputy Police Chief Jeff Glazier met Ebony Rhodes, a homeless single mother of four, while she and her family were living out of a small car. He then helped them find a home.

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Posted on August 02 2018

How One Farm Saved A Tiny Town’s Survival Rate

When Reverend Richard Joyner began to take notice of the increasing number of funerals he was presiding over in rural Conetoe, North Carolina, he knew something needed to be done. Without access to affordable food and produce, the town was considered a food desert. With the help of the community, Reverend Joyner began a local farm to provide residents with fresh fruit and vegetables at an affordable price.

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Posted on July 26 2018

Chick-fil-A Cashier Surprises Regular Customer with Kind Gesture

According to legions of devoted fans, Chick-fil-A employees have made random acts of kindness a regular thing. But one worker's gesture was so well received by a customer that it resulted in a new friendship.

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Posted on July 19 2018

Mobilizing Young People in Every US Area Code and in 131 Countries

DoSomething.org is a digital platform powering offline action. They are mobilizing young people in every US area code and in 131 countries to make real world impacts on causes they care about.

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