Worship and Weight Loss
Inspired by their pastor's struggle with diabetes, one congregation has committed to regular exercise together.
New Hope In Harlem
The Harlem Metro Youth Center is working to build young leaders in the community while celebrating the energy and enthusiasm of the hip-hop generation.
Tutoring Storm Survivors
A children’s literacy program founded 20 years ago in New Orleans survived the storm, thanks to volunteer tutors.
Halloween is a time when most kids want to collect candy, but for some it's a chance to help children in other countries.
Military Special Delivery
Volunteer bakers near the Naval Academy in Annapolis have spent 25 years delivering treats to sailors serving our country.
College After Katrina
After Hurricane Katrina, a Dillard University returns to the campus, and the city, he now calls home.
Recipe For Katrina Relief
A group of grillers called the Pork Chop Express head for the Gulf Coast to give relief workers a break and locals a lift.
Tuning Up Lives
Purchasing a car is not a reality for many working families, but some dedicated volunteers turn donated cars into vehicles for changing lives.
Beautifying The Barrio
A program called Code Rangers empowers neighbors and teaches homeowners how to keep crime out and property values up.
Sew For Peace
A group of women are reaching out to those in the war zone. They are sending hundreds of homemade dresses to Iraqi girls.
Care For Migrant Workers
Churches are reaching out to migrants by offering food, clothes, and support for these sometimes forgotten farm workers.
Pastors take part in an immersion experience, meant to teach church leaders a new language and to show a real commitment to blending cultures.
Art Catapults Kids
In a creative twist, women in Chattanooga use giant slingshots and buckets of paint to inspire kids to take their best shot in school.
Dealing With Dementia
An estimated 4.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. Most are being cared for by family.
Home Repairs Bring Hope
Volunteers are helping to improve harsh living conditions for hundreds of deserving Appalachian families.
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