Hurricane Help From Scouts
A Boy Scout troop from Georgia is working with firefighters in Mississippi to help them rebuild after the huricanes.
School Clothes For Kids
This ministry offers children a place to pick up new back-to-school clothes, without having to worry about the cost.
Summer Camp For Seniors
Activities at this camp include a human bingo game and lessons from "The Lucy Show." The goal is to help folks of any age stay happy – and healthy.
Some friends on shore offer camaraderie and gifts to lonely seafarers who are on long journeys far from home.
Helping Hispanic Neighbors
A mobile home serves as a community center for one area’s growing Hispanic population trying to assimilate into the American culture.
Church signs are one of the most effective tools for attracting new members. Clever messages create crowded pews.
Care For Chernobyl's Children
Members of one church host a group of Belarus children who travel to the U.S. to get a breath of fresh air and friendship.
Dedicated retirees build PETs to restore mobility and self-reliance to the physically challenged in developing countries.
Summer Camp For Teachers
During their summer vacation, some educators head to this camp that teaches three Rs: rest, relax and renew.
Sex Ed For Tweens
It’s usually not a parent's favorite moment, but sooner or later most will have a talk with their children about “the birds and the bees.”
Teen Tribal Dancers
Five young dancers become ambassadors for their ancient, and often overlooked, Native American tribe.
Teens get a first-hand look at poverty in their own communities, strap on tool belts, and help rebuild lives.
Counseling Kids After Katrina
Churches along the Gulf Coast are offering Camp Noah, a vacation Bible school that offers classes to help kids face the future.
Haven For Hikers
Hikers along the Appalachian Trail sometimes encounter “trail magic” – good will gestures left by strangers. One man enjoys playing magician all summer long.
Keeping Soldiers Cool
A group of women are helping U.S. Service members in the Middle East who are waging a battle on two fronts: escalating temperatures, as well as enemy combatants.
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