Dave Finnigan is building a “dorm” for adults that will bring like-minded people back to the family table and make the planet a better place in the process.
Some very special dogs are teamed up with some very special kids, bringing hope and love to entire families’ lives.
At the age of 90 he volunteered to mentor hearing-impaired children. He soon became an indispensable part of their lives. This Growing Bolder story proves you’re never too old to make a difference!
For nearly 30 years, Ora Rakestraw has been bringing books alive for schoolchildren.
93-year-old Marge Carter is still delivering meals to homebound seniors.
The philanthropist known as “Secret Santa” was inspired to spread holiday cheer because of the kindness of a diner owner.
Many from the first wave of Peace Corps volunteers in the 1960s are getting a second chance to make a difference thanks to Chris Klose, who helped found Peace Corps Encore.
After turning 50, Tilly Grey says something inside her clicked that led her to Habitat for Humanity. That eventually led her to Africa, an unbelievable experience she describes in her new book.
95-year-old Olive Watson walks two miles a day, volunteers to feed the homeless and is more active now than most people ever are.
Snowboarder Donna Vano says you’re never too old to kick a little butt.