Housing units help the homeless have a place to call home.
An anonymous donor stepped in to support Bill’s Cafe in Naples, Florida, and saved its staff from permanently closing its doors amid the coronavirus lockdown. The donation not only allowed the eatery to stay open, but the owner, Bill Salley, was able to pay it forward to healthcare workers. One of the cafe’s regulars pulled
Talk radio offers a sense of community during a time of social distancing.
Social media is helping neighbors connect and help each other during social distancing.
Award-winning chef starts relief to address India’s hunger problem.
Up by Their Bootstraps, an Arizona organization, is dedicated to giving our Veterans a “hand up, not a handout.” This week’s Feel Good Friday showcases this wonderful organization, and a Texas law firm that wants to help.
This week’s Feel Good Friday hits close to home for this writer. It takes a look at a serious issue and one man’s efforts to help. I’m speaking specifically about the high rate of suicide among the nation’s LGBTQ youth, the Trevor Project, an organization dedicated to helping these young people, and Jonathan Foulk, one of the workers at the Project.
Bishop Curry is not your average ten-year-old boy. In fact, I think he’s rather exceptional, which is why he’s the focus of this week’s Feel Good Friday. This young man has invented a device, the Oasis, that can prevent infant and child fatalities caused by being left unattended in hot cars. Motivated by the tragic
What exactly do furries, veterans, and a dog named Link have in common? They’re all part of this week’s Feel Good Friday, one of the neatest pieces I think I’ve ever had the pleasure of writing. It’s the perfect story of the great things that can happen when we put aside perceived differences and work together for the greater good. And, it’s just a really fun, heartwarming story!