Two brothers in California began making personal protective equipment to protect their grandparents. Then they started donating PPE to frontline workers. Now they’re protecting the vote by donating PPE to poll workers. Their incredible kindness and great drive will inspire you today. Click the link below to learn how this project has grown and grown and grown.
Trick or Treating meets social distancing! An Ohio dad had a creative idea to ensure the fun of trick or treating in the midst of the pandemic. He and his six year old daughter created a candy chute together on a craft night. His simple invention will “chute” candy and Halloween joy to neighbors everywhere as the idea has gone…Read more »
Rhiannon Menn felt helpless at the start of the pandemic. She wanted to help people, but she didn’t know what to do. Then she thought of it . . . lasagna! She started making the dish again and again and sharing it with others. She gave them away to neighbors. She found folks who were…Read more »
Students across America are attending school from home. Attending school online has many, many challenges. Some lacked the most basic of school supplies. A desk. Folks saw a need, and they came to help. Refurbishing. Building. Painting. Delivering. Click the link below to watch today’s Story of Joy. You’ll see the faces of students across the…Read more »
Sometimes people don’t know there’s a need to be met. When Benedict College in South Carolina shut down earlier this year because of the pandemic, it inadvertently created some homeless students. Makayla Alston was one of them. Her courage to reach out for help created a helpline for her and for others. She’s a determined young…Read more »
We can learn a lot from Evelyn. She turned 103 years old last week. She survived one pandemic, and she’s living through another one. She says she “gives back” because she’s learned so much. What a gift! What a lesson! Thank you, Evelyn, for inspiring us all! Click the link below to meet this remarkable woman.
When the crops are ready to harvest, the crops are ready to harvest. There’s no waiting around. When a North Dakota farmer had a heart attack recently, he didn’t know what he was going to do about his crop. The town knew. One thousand acres and seven hours later, it was done. Kindness for acres…Read more »
Talk about being in the right place at the right time! A police lieutenant from Chandler, Arizona and a university football team from St. George, Utah came together in a moment of serendipity. Lt. Veach’s training teamed with the muscles of his son’s 100-man-strong football team to make a daring rescue of a hiker dangling from…Read more »
Clayton Ward, a school bus driver, found inspiration in being around students. So much so that he decided to leave the family business of driving buses to become a high school history teacher. It’s his dream to teach, and he’s enrolled in college to reach that dream. Congratulations, Clayton! Click the link below to watch…Read more »
To most of us, a driveway is just a driveway, but to a little boy on a bike . . . a driveway is a joyride! Today’s Story of Joy shows us how something that started as an annoyance turned into a fun project and a new friendship for neighbors during the pandemic. Click the…Read more »