Heartwarming! Terminally Ill Teenager Donates All His Savings To Young Boy Battling Cancer

A terminally ill teenager has donated almost his entire life savings to a fellow cancer patient—a six-year-old boy who lives in the same town. A terminally ill teenager who has cancer has donated his entire life’s savings to a fellow cancer patient—a six-year-old young boy who lives in the same city. This 19-year-old boy named Rhys Langford from…

Nonprofit searching for lifesaving donor for 2-year-old girl

A Shelby County family is hoping to find a matching donor who can help save the life of a 2-year-old girl. A Shelby County family is hoping to find a matching donor who can help save the life of a 2-year-old girl. Leah Faith is currently battling a high-risk form of leukemia, but has not…

Tom Brady surprises 10-year-old cancer survivor with Super Bowl tickets

Tom Brady took some time ahead of Sunday’s Buccaneers-Eagles playoff game to surprise Noah Reeb with Super Bowl tickets. Reeb, a 10-year old Brady fan who survived brain cancer, connected with the Tampa Bay quarterback earlier in the year when his parents got in touch with him. Brady recorded a message for Reeb, and later…

CEO with Down syndrome runs successful cookie company

In high school, she was bullied. After college, it was difficult to find a job. But through all the difficult times, Collette Divitto, has had one thing that makes her happy: baking. Divitto, who has Down syndrome, decided to channel her passion into a career, opening her own cookie company. “So actually, I always loved…

Ryan Reynolds Raises $850k For Children’s Charity Using Ugly Sweaters

Saving lives, one ugly sweater at a time. Ryan Reynolds helps raise nearly $1 million dollars to benefit the SickKids Foundation with the help of a now-viral ugly sweater campaign. Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds is putting his public profile to good use, raising close to $1 million dollars for the SickKids Foundation, which benefits Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children,…

Is there life after my son’s death? 

Today marks four months since the tragic death of my son Christian. I knew the holidays would be hard, but they were more difficult than I could have imagined. I thought I might be able to come through them a bit refreshed; but instead, I feel more like I did in the days and weeks…

Be Kind…It’a Easy!

On a day after Christmas stroll through our neighborhood, my wife found this painted rock. Kids paint and hide these rocks for neighbors to discover and then hide for the next person to find. I think this is a wonderful message for which we should all be reminded. Be kind…it’s easy!