Donna Dowless is an artist as well as Orlando’s Official Ambassador of Love, appointed to the position by Mayor Buddy Dyer in 2007. In the aftermath of Pulse nightclub tragedy, Donna’s love has never been more needed and more appreciated than it is now.
In the 1960s, few acts, including the Beatles, could match the success of Herb Alpert and his famed Tijuana Brass Band. Herb shares stories from his legendary career and even treats us to playing a little bit of music. Find out why, even at 81, he works every day to be a better musician. Plus, find out why he and his wife of 42 years have helped give away tens of millions of dollars to support artists of all kinds over the past 20 years.
Not only is she one of the brightest stars in Hollywood, Jane Seymour is determined to use her celebrity to make a difference for others. Find out how her mother’s experiences in a concentration camp inspired a passion for service in Jane.
She may be Dolly Parton’s younger sister, but Stella Parton is a force to be reckoned with in her own right — all 5 feet of her! She explains why she sees herself as a messenger of hope and describes the joy in giving back.
Meet the three-time cancer survivor who is also the oldest woman to ever run a marathon. We get an inspirational message of hope from 92-year-old Harriette Thompson about what’s possible in life.
When Monisha first met Anthony, she was terrified of dogs, which complicated their new relationship since he owned and loved dogs. Today, they’re married and dedicated to raising money to help shelter pets find their forever homes. See how the tiniest donations make the biggest difference for our most vulnerable friends — shelter animals.
Find out how a great laugh and a desire to make people smile can be all it takes to make the world a better place! Get your toes tapping with the one and only Movin’ Melvin Brown!
Judith Simms-Cendan, M.D., loves to practice medicine, loves to teach and loves to serve. Her favorite classrooms are the streets and remote villages of impoverished countries around the world. She invites us along to the Dominican Republic to show how her students are changing and saving lives.
After he retired, instead of kicking back, Lee Bristol became committed to bringing renewable energy to the people and places around the world that most desperately need it.
Malcolm Law never really tried anything extreme, until he turned 50. Now he’s not only attempted an extreme athletic event, he’s completed what’s being called one of the biggest feats of human endurance.