It isn’t easy being a wild animal these days! Vets can’t help, so who can? Mary Jane Isner rehabs squirrels, raccoons, opossums and other creatures day and night, in her home. See what makes what she does such a gift to the community!
They’re struggling to make ends meet, but they still find time to help children with special needs. They’re foster grandparents and they give so much unconditional love that it was time to show them a little love.
Mr. Bill is on a very serious crusade; to improve the lives of families in need. His job at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Orlando, Florida, is often back-breaking work, but Mr. Bill does it all with a smile. Hear what keeps him going.
If you think you’ve seen just about every way possible to spread holiday cheer, we may have a new one to add to your list. It’s a visit from Santa. Not at the reins of nine magical reindeer, but at the wheel of a 400 horsepower city bus!
After 364 days of work, a special group of “elves” celebrated with a holiday toy giveaway in The Villages, Fla. Come along to see the Christmas spirit brought to life through the eyes of deserving kids.
Canine Companions for Independence is a wonderful organization that brings highly trained dogs into the homes of people who need help the most. Come along as the GB gang stops by CCI to share the potential of a Growing Bolder group.
It’s graduation day for everyone’s favorite office dog. Shiloh graduates from puppy training to the world of changing people’s lives. See how some furry friends can mean the world to some special families.
Everyone from the president of the United States to Borat to some aging superheroes showed up at the 2007 Famous Faces Ball to benefit Shepard’s Hope.
Just before her death, Princess Diana cleaned out of her closets to raise money for charity. Today, these gorgeous gowns are still saving lives.
Imagine the possibilities if we could harness the power of the massive Boomer generation to serve the needs of people in our communities. It’s one of the goals of RSVP. Find out how much good these selfless volunteers do.