An inspirational story of neighborly support from Pinson, Alabama shows us the true meaning of community as a group of volunteers came together to help lift a woman and her family who are going through a tough time, after they were shamed for not maintaining their lawn.
When Maureen and Jim Nelis got married in January 2018, they had to decide what they'd do for a honeymoon.
For the couple from Derry, Ireland, the choice was a little different than for most. Both of them had been married and widowed, so they decided to forego a honeymoon completely and bring the party somewhere closer to home, where it would have a lasting impact.
Maureen and Jim Nelis in front of their flowers. All photos courtesy of Anne McGrotty.
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Note on woman's apartment door about her howling old pug is a heartwarming reminder to treat animals with kindness.
Please stop what you're doing and say hi to Charleston Chew.
He's an adorable old pug from Pennsylvania who's recently won over the internet's heart.
And he'll likely win over yours, too.
All photos courtesy of Sharla Wilson, used with permission.
Julius Gaines devoted his entire life to helping others. After a stroke, he needed a little help himself. So Meals on Wheels stepped in.
83-year-old Julius Gaines has always thrown himself into everything he's involved with.
A Berkeley graduate, Julius spent most of his career as a psychologist in the Berkeley school district. In 1982, he pioneered the development of a program to help kids develop healthy ways to process their emotions during difficult times (it had the cheerful acronym WINGS — winning, interacting, noting, growing, smiling).