What happens when ~400 people decide to support a small charity helping people on the other side of the world? Generations of people's lives change for the better in Myanmar (Burma)! You won't believe how much good they were able to do!
Sam met Milton when he came into his store to buy a shovel. An unanticipated bond formed when Sam offered to go the extra mile for this grieving veteran.
This random act of kindness comes from Chris Platt, military brothers with Matt, who served in the Army. Chris and his family recently visited a cemetery close to their home and gave back to fallen veterans for their service to our country.
A school bus driver goes the extra mile by helping design beautiful hairstyles for a girl in need.
Dan, a former soldier, wanted to do his part to stop veteran suicides. It all started when he borrowed his wife's sewing machine. Combat Flag's motto is "Repurposed with a Purpose". Watch this story to learn about the origin of this inspiring non-profit and check out their website at https://www.combatflags.com
Traveling with small children in an airport can be so challenging! Read what a group of strangers did to help an overwhelmed mother.
If you had a chance to win a marathon would you give that up to help a stranger?
"Only a lovely soul can turn a crime into a coffee date"
Cindy Maudsley was a freshman at Columbine High school in 1999 when the school shooting occurred. She recounts this life changing, traumatic event while also sharing her experience with receiving letters and kindnesses from around the world. “Those small acts taught me about service and kindness and has given me the ability to reach out to others during their times of need."
8 year old Myles pays it forward in a way that gives the recipient of his gift "a lifetime direction." This inspirational video reminds us about sacrifice and how even small choices can be meaningful to others. "Whether heaven heard him or not - his good deed continues to impress here on earth."
Jason Wright and his daughter surprise a stranger with more than a lift in their car. They give this homeless woman her own chance to serve. See how this woman in need chooses to give.
Have you heard the parable of the starfish? Learn the history of the story where a young boy saves starfish by the sea, and discover the valuable lesson it teaches us all.
Luke Watkins likes 30 day challenges, but this time he wanted to try something he hadn’t ever tried before. Every day for a full month, he intended to find some act of kindness he could perform, and take action.
72 year old Yukio Shige has been scouring the Tojinbo Cliffs of Japan for over 12 years looking for people to rescue.
Stylist Mandie Barnes had an idea on how to give to others in a unique way. “A haircut can go a long way for someone...hopefully they feel better walking out the door then when they came in.”
See how one woman made a difference with 100 cupcakes, and the drive to do something in honor of her best friend.
One woman’s creative solution on how to improve her health while also helping others. “All of our purpose’s here is to remind each other that we’re loved and cared about and important. However you do that doesn’t matter. When you look inside yourself and give what you have the message is love.”
Learn about Operation Climb On, a group that inspires veterans to be active in their community and obtain greater understanding of themselves through challenge and adventure while building camaraderie and trust.
When Keith Prescott’s son died unexpectedly at the age of 20, he had a choice to make. This is what happened. "It doesn't take a lot to do a lot of good."