LOL: Vlogger LadBaby “Hacks” McDonald’s For His Son During Coronavirus Quarantine

This video was too adorable not to share! Mark Hoyle, aka LadBaby, recently shared a video of a surprise he had for his family. He has promised his now 4-year-old that he was going to bring him a Happy Meal from McDonald's for his birthday this past week. However, since COVID-19 hit, all McDonald's (like…

Surgeon Creates Hand-drawn Bandages To Cheer Up Young Patients

I really needed some good news today. This story is several that did it for me. Dr. Robert Parry is a pediatric surgeon at the Akron Children's Hospital in Ohio. He regularly performs surgeries on children going through a variety of health problems, which can be overwhelming and traumatizing for kids and their families. However,…

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Wounded Veterans of USA Patriots Host Special Sports Camp For Kids With Disabilities

Non-profit organization USA Patriots is working to have a positive impact on kids with limb differences with a special summer camp! Formerly known as the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST), USA Patriots work to bring athletic and veteran amputees together to promote the benefits of inclusive sport and therapeutic recreational activities. This softball team…

These Brothers Started Their Candle Business To Help Their Community

Collin, Ryan, and Austin Gill wanted their own money to buy video games and toys. The brothers ended up starting their own candle business to fund their own wants. However, the business is now impacting their community in an amazing way. The Gill brothers were encouraged by their parents to start their own business as…

Teens Start Business To Help Baby Sister Battling Sickle Cell Anemia

I love reading stories of people who are building their own businesses lately, especially young people, to help others in their families and their communities. This is another great one! Sisters Amaya and Armani Jefferson have a baby sister named Taylor who is living with sickle cell anemia at just one year old. Taylor's condition…