Sharing Stories of Everyday Good

A new kind of therapy for veterans

On this Connecticut farm, retired polo horses provide comfort and structure for combat veterans and first responders.

A different approach to grieving

OUR HOUSE believes that while grief takes many forms, it is a universal experience.

A family’s love is the best kind of medicine

When a military family needed around-the-clock care for their premature twin infants, this nonprofit provided a temporary home away from home.

Nestled in the Canadian woods, a place of joy and respite

The Darling Home for Kids is one of only three homes in Ontario providing highly specialized pediatric hospice and respite services.

From shelter to saving lives

Once an abandoned dog at an animal shelter, Chief the dog is now professionally trained to search and rescue people during disasters.

Middle schoolers are met with cheers on their first day

All across the U.S. this fall, kids arriving for their first day of school are being met with cheers, applause and high fives.

In Lebanon, a new bus fleet is helping thousands of kids go back to school

As kids around the world head back to school, it’s important to remember that, for some, just getting to school can be an insurmountable challenge.

Striking out childhood hunger, one game at a time

While raising funds for an away game, a youth baseball team decided to partner with their local hunger relief organization to make an even bigger difference.

For one blind veteran, freedom came in the form of his four-legged helper

Sgt. Malarsie knew a guide dog was an expensive but crucial part of his recovery process and regaining independence, but the high cost was out of the question.

Turning her hometown into her home

As the daughter of immigrants, Amina had a sense that the power of speech was something that she could use for others, too.

A New Zealand nonprofit with a big heart

Heart Kids is a charity dedicated to supporting families with children living with a heart condition. Here, the story of baby Luna and her family.

Stefan’s service is over, but Knoxville’s is just beginning

Whether Stefan is using his running blades, his regular prostheses, or going for a swim, Knoxville is always there on the sidelines.