Sharing Stories of Everyday Good

At this theater, there are no critics

NYC's CO/LAB offers individuals with developmental disabilities a creative and social outlet through theater arts.

After a neglected childhood, Marlina glows in her new home

Since 1954, Angel View has helped people with profound disabilities reach their maximum potential. In Marlina’s case, the sky’s the limit.

No longer afraid to try

After an internship with the American Mural Project, college student Sarah Kruse felt inspired to reach for her own dreams as well.

Empowering eyes everywhere

Since 1932, New Eyes for the Needy has provided clear vision to more than eight million people in the United States and throughout the world.

The little theater that could

For nine years, a neighborhood theater has presented critically acclaimed productions that reflect the interests and values of its diverse community.

How the Painted Turtle gives sick kids a complete summer camp experience

Having a child with a serious chronic illness can be difficult, both emotionally and financially. But Kadin and his family found an escape.

Learning today, leading tomorrow

Two women share their experience with an organization that provides quality educational opportunities to the local community in Siem Reap.

In a Kenyan slum, empowerment comes from education

The grassroots nonprofit SHOFCO knows that educating young women is just the beginning.

Local organizations join forces to lead hands-on health program

A new pilot program seeks to make fitness and nutrition education more accessible and inviting for individuals with disabilities.

What does "like a girl" mean to me?

Joining an all-female soccer camp empowered this young woman both on and off the field.

What happiness looks like

At this New Jersey camp, kids stop being patients and start being free.

Gaining confidence through sleepaway camp

After constant overnight care growing up, young Anna found freedom at a camp dedicated to providing "a different kind of healing."