Mum to run marathon for hospital that helped save her daughter Daisy

November 28, 2017 is a date that Corina Gander will always remember. The mum of five from Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, had returned home from the morning school run to find her three-month old daughter Daisy, who has Down’s syndrome, looking very pale and struggling to breathe. Within minutes Daisy’s condition deteriorated and she became a category…

Goldston teens donate $3000 to Holocaust Center

About a half-dozen high school students who took part this school year in the Samuel M. Goldston Teen Philanthropy Project recently decided to donate $3,000 of their own money to the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh. Abby Rickin-Marks, a member of the Goldston project, said the decision to support the Holocaust Center was an easy one….

CPD officer collecting canned food for charity

The official motto of law enforcement is “To Protect and Serve,” but for Cullman Police Department Officer Zane Pounders, there’s an additional motto that’s driven him since at least high school: meet people and help those who need it. As a high school student in Russellville, Ala., Pounders helped out at his church with its…

Dunlap Soccer Rallies Around Player Diagnosed with Cancer

DUNLAP, Ill. (WMBD/WYZZ) — The Dunlap girls soccer team had a big win Wednesday, weeks after its season ended. The team helped organize a fundraiser for 15-year-old Eagles player Tessa Sutton… Source: Dunlap Soccer Rallies Around Player Diagnosed with Cancer

Marine runs five marathons in five days for sister with cancer

A royal marine has run five marathons in five days to raise money for drugs to help prolong the life of his sister who has incurable cancer. Mike Francis, of Taunton based 40 Commando, took on the challenge after completing eight weeks of training. Justine Jianikos, from Pontypool, Wales, has stage four breast cancer that…

Calusa Elementary family donates hair to benefit childhood cancer

Isaac Goby’s fistful of hair dangled next to his face mask, concealing the smile beneath. The fifth-grader was elated to donate his blond locks to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a childhood cancer fundraiser championed by his school, Calusa Elementary in Boca Raton. “I did this because my neighbor has cancer and I wanted my hair to…

Unity in Poetry!

Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, the Youth Poet Laureate of 2017, delivers a poem at President Joe Biden’s inauguration.

I Am Not Your Enemy

I am not your enemy, and you are not mine. I am a son, brother, husband, father, friend and neighbor. I believe in God, love my family and go to work each day. I am an American with a range of beliefs, thoughts and ideas, some of which you are aware, and others we have…