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Bryan Ware founded “The Crayon Initiative” after realising restaurants throws away all the crayons kids leave behind on tables. He collects and melts them to make them thicker and easier to grasp for special needs children and delivers them to hospitals.
The extraordinary story of how I found my parents -- Tuy was left at an orphanage during the Vietnam War. An American couple gave him a new life in the US. He later returned to Vietnam to find peace, but ended up discovering so much more.
A new program at the Kent County Animal Shelter is working to save more dogs from being put down, using Facebook to place them in good homes. It's already working. A man who lost his dog on the other side of the state was able to find her though one of the posts.
A blind high school running back in Phoenix scored a touchdown this month after the other team’s defense LET him run it in. But he wanted to score for real, or not score at all. So over the weekend, another team played him straight up, and he scored TWO legit touchdowns . . .
Since this "Swimming Pool for Peace" was built in Distrito Italia, a school located on the outskirts of San Salvador which has one of the highest levels of crime and poverty in El Salvador, school absenteeism has been cut in half.
At just 25 years old, D.C. resident Chanel Turner is the youngest black woman to launch her own vodka brand. Now, she's giving other black business owners a platform with Black Owned Wine and Spirits Festival.
Treat The Pain is a charity that distributes bottles of morphine to those in need of pain relief. However, the morphine is diluted in water to help prevent addiction. A clever solution to address the severe gap in access to pain relief in poor countries.