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Traveling the world, spreading the movement, and sharing with you.



Teen delivers hundreds of solar lamps to Puerto Ricans without power

Anne Frank said, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” It seems that 15-year-old Salvador Gomez took this to heart. After being shocked by the devastation in Puerto Rico, he took matters into his own hands. This article from CNN tells his story.

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A teachable moment: Teacher shares incredible gift with student’s mother

Teachers often go above-and-beyond for their students, but Donna Hoadland, a teacher at a Florida elementary school, took that to the next level. CBS news tells the story of how she realized one of her student’s mothers needed a kidney transplant, found out she was a match, and became a donor—saving her life in the process.

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Toddler fighting cancer meets the donors who saved her life

Some acts of kindness aren’t so small. Some are huge and life saving—like these two dozen people who donated blood and platelets that saved the life of 2 year old Skye Savren-McCormick. This story from VC Star tells the story of the family meeting those donors.

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School asked for 50 male mentors, 600 showed up

When Mr. Rogers said to “look for the helpers” in the world, he definitely meant men like this. USA Today shares a story of how a school in Dallas needed 50 male mentors for their “Breakfast with Dads” event, and 600 showed up to help.

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