“Jeopardy!” teen champion Avi Gupta used social media to help raise over $200,000 for cancer research in Alex Trebek's honor.
The clip has racked up over 61,000 shares and more than 2.4 million views.
An Ohio doctor surprises his young surgery patients with hand-drawn dressings that feature the children’s favorite characters.
This 9-month-old went from being fussy to enjoying himself while “doing dishes” all thanks to his quick thinking grandmother.
A little boy in Ohio received a standing ovation from his elementary school classmates after they learned he beat cancer.
Atlanta Hawks star point guard, Trae Young, has canceled more than $1 million in medical debt for Atlanta residents who cannot pay.
A Chick-fil-A employee in North Carolina has gone viral for his superior customer service.
Margaret Cortes said she hopes to employ others with disabilities at the Illinois bakery in the future.
A waitress in Alpena, Mich. got a $2,020 tip as part of the trending 2020 Tip Challenge.
A 6-year-old girl saved her mother's life after she realized the woman was having a stroke on a plane.
A central Texas man was overwhelmed by the response after he put out a call asking his local community to donate their leftover Christmas trees to him instead of throwing them out so that he could turn them into canes for veterans in need.
A garbage man gave a 2-year-old boy who waves at him on trash day a holiday surprise.
A group of 13 women gave a Wisconsin waitress a $1,300 trip after she battled cancer alongside her sister.
Nine-year-old Kaiden Bryant-Samuel, like so many kids across the globe, just wanted to get his wish list to Santa. But this year, there was a problem.
One of the bracelets, a yellow-gold piece by Tiffany & Co., has been sold for $1,500.
In Dec. 2018, Freeport Police Chief Raymond Garivey met 7-year-old Abigail Arias, and she revealed to him that she wanted to be a police officer when she grew up. He wasted no time, and made sure the little girl got her wish.
An Alaska Airlines flight attendant was determined to keep her passengers on a delayed red-eye flight in the holiday spirit.
The post office where Melissa Stinsman works collects letters to Santa in a special mailbox each holiday season, and one of the letters she came across this year inspired her to make one family's Christmas unforgettable.
A pit bull mix who has spent more than half his life in a California shelter was adopted over the weekend — just in time for Christmas.
After 28 months of grueling treatment, Mia was able to ring the “end of treatment bell” at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge last Tuesday.