Actor Treats Wounded Veterans to Hollywood Trip
Gary Sinise, who played Lt. Dan Taylor in "Forrest Gump," helps U.S. troops.
Batkid Saves Gotham, Melts Hearts Everywhere
Make-a-Wish fulfills 5-year-old leukemia patient Miles' wish to be Batman.
Florida Orphan Pleads for Family to 'Love Me Until I Die'
The 15-year-old made a public plea for a family in a St. Petersburg church.
Birthday Wishes for Homeless Children
For most of us, our kids' birthday parties become big parts of our lives.
From Shelter to K9 Unit: Group Gives Dogs Second Chance and a Duty
Across the US, police dogs working the crime beat have usually been purebreds, trained in Europe, at a cost of tens of...
Colts Players Treat Veterans' Charity Founder to Surprise Home Makeover
When Erich Orrick came home from the Army after 12 years of service, he made it his mission to help other soldiers who were...
Off Soccer Field, Jozy Altidore's Goal Is Clean Water For Haiti
The star forward's foundation works with Generosity Water to help build wells.
Celebrity Jewelry Line Gives Homeless New Lease on Life
Like so many young singers and songwriters, Caitlin Crosby had a Hollywood dream. “Just a little bit prettier, just a little...
'Wounded Warrior' Poised to Make Motocross History on Prosthetics
Jesse Williamson is getting ready for a 500-mile dirt bike race.
Educator Motivates Students Through Science Raps
Stanford grad Tom McFadden uses hip hop to engage his students.
Stranger Raises $35K for Exonerated Prisoner
Man spent 25 years in jail for murder he did not commit.
Students Lip-Sync 68 Songs in 6 Minutes for Fundraiser
Six weeks of planning end with six minutes of sheer exhilaration.
School Backs Down From Ban on Girl Who Shaved Head in Solidarity
The third-grade student who was banned from school after shaving her head to support her cancer-stricken friend has received...
Hospital Volunteers Show the Power of Human Touch
Parents and nurses can't always be there to reassure newborns.
iPods Awaken Memories of Those With Alzheimer's
Dan Cohen's organization makes unused iPods available to patients.
Susie's Senior Dogs: Putting Adoptable Aging Dogs in the Spotlight
This is the face that launched a campaign to save some of America’s most vulnerable dogs. “She looks like a punk rocker, but...
Dancing for Child Cancer Research
Penn State Raises $13.3M for Pediatric Cancer Research at Dance Marathon
Boy Author Raises $750K For Sick Friend
Find out what 7-year-old Dylan Siegel did to raise money for his best friend.
Couple Brings Gift of Hearing to Impaired Across the Globe
Bill and Tani Austin's goal: to help 1 million hear by 2020
'Trombone Shorty' Gives Back to New Orleans
Long before "Trombone Shorty" ever sold out arenas, he stole the stage.
Chef Leaves Job at High-End Restaurant to Serve at Salvation Army
Jeff Ansorge said he now feels rich beyond measure.
Vested Interest in K-9s Arms Police Dogs with Bulletproof Vests
Dogs are man’s best friend–at home and in the line of duty too. Enlisting police dogs is a common practice in police...
Prison Gardens Grow New Lives for Inmates
Beth Waitkus started the Insight Garden Program 10 years ago at San Quentin.
'Life According to Sam': One Family's Fight Against Progeria
New documentary on life of Sam Berns and his family's fight against Progeria.
First Openly Gay Boxer Orlando Cruz Seeks Championship Title
Orlando Cruz, 32, is training for the world featherweight title.
Cincinnati Reds Find Winning Spirit in Honorary Batboy with Down Syndrome
Chris Connelly of ESPN’s “E:60″ reports: When Teddy Kremer was born 30 years ago, doctors diagnosed him with Down syndrome...
11-Year-Old Regains Soccer Star Status After Rare Liver Cancer
When he was a month shy of turning 8, Chris Hegardt suffered a ball to the stomach during a soccer tournament that ended up...
Cosmetic Company Offers Sex Workers a Fresh Start
Shana Goodwin was arrested more than 100 times for prostitution.
One-Armed Basketball Sensation Beats the Odds
Zach Hodskins hits 60 percent of his shots.
Teen Is Both Football Player and Cheerleader
Armand Fernandez-Pierre is pulling double duty on the football field.
GoldieBlox Helping to Build a Generation of Female Engineers
Debbie Sterling is on mission to build up girls by breaking down a few barriers.
Softball Team Provides a Break From the Everyday for Denver Homeless
Joe Carabello came up with an idea one late-summer day in 2010.
Breaking Down the Walls and Helping Vets Become 'Horse Whisperers'
Bob Nevins has been giving veterans a chance to connect with racehorses.
After 24 Years, Children Reunite Father With Beloved Mustang
In an act of extraordinary devotion to their father, four siblings bought the car he sold 24 years ago and shipped it to his...
Restaurant Gets Youth Off Streets, Into Kitchen
The young staff does it all - prep, cook, serve and even entertain.
Two Wrestlers, Producer Share Incredible Bond
Leroy Sutton, Dartanyon Crockett and Lisa Fenn have become an unlikely family.
Grandma, 76, Plays Basketball Instead of Retiring
Mavis Albin and her team shoot for their 8th gold medal in Senior Olympics.
Steve Gleason Embraces New Challenges in Lou Gehrig's Disease Battle
Steve Gleason is a hero in New Orleans. The former safety for the New Orleans Saints’ earned that status when he blocked a...
Mother Empowers Children With Superheroes Capes
Seattle mother Robyn Rosenberger has turned making a child’s cape into a movement. For the last six months Rosenberger, 28,...
Paralyzed Grad Credits Retiree With Helping 'Pick Up the Pieces'
Collin Smith, 22, and Ernest Greene, 72, may be an unlikely pair, but they are considered a “packaged deal” on the campus of...
Watch: Couple Helps Kids Get Indestructible Soccer Balls so They Can Play
Tim and Lisa Jahnigen have a goal of giving out 1 million soccer balls to poor children all over the world.
Watch: Never Give Up: The Homeless Teen Who Is Graduating the Head of the Class
Valedictorian at First Coast High School in Jacksonville, Florida, with a message of hope, "Never give up."
Watch: Becoming a 'Mathlete'
Top math all-stars across the country compete in mathematics competition and say everyone can excel at math.
Watch: Meet Nick, a Hugger and Healer
One man at hospital has become a shining beacon of hope by giving out 1,300 hugs a day for those with cancer.
Watch: Championship Game Ends With Sportsmanship
Watch what happens when a basketball player with autism gets in the game.
Watch: Unlocking the Imaginations of Children Around the World With Legos
Artist Nathan Sawaya makes incredible sculptures with the simple toy bricks from childhood.
Watch: The Love of Lumberjacking, Family Style
Generations of the Cogar family have competed in lumberjack champions around the world.
Watch: Stranger Shows Girl With Autism Kindness While on a Plane
Mom writes an online thank you to the stranger that helped her daughter cope with flying on a plane.
Watch: Veterans Getting a Chance to Showcase Their Talents
Charlie Reeder is part of an internship program at the NYSE for 28 returning war veterans.
Watch: Lateef Brock, 8, Plays With the Washington Redskins
Make a Wish Foundation grants boy with kidney disease a chance to play professional football.