Don Shoendorfer gives away free wheelchairs to disabled people in the third world.
Bike & Build leads youth groups on cross-country bicycle tours to help build affordable housing.
Sarah Cronk created an opportunity for students with special needs to participate in sports.
Live music performances at various isolated facilities across Utah.
The last wishes of bedridden patients in the Netherlands are fulfilled.
Miracles in the lives of orphaned children in South Africa.
The owner of a McDonald's franchise creates a worldwide organization that helps families.
Helping students to create outreach programs across the world.
Raising mental awareness and helping wounded war veterans heal.
The Missouri Star Quilting Co. provides people in need with the opportunity to earn a living.
The Wiily the Plumber foundation creates scholarships for children whose parents are incarcerated.
Free medical services and a hot meal to people in need.
Underprivileged youths participate in a drill and drum line.
Automotive, social and educational opportunities for young people in Vancouver.
At-risk youth in Hanna, Maui.
The start of City of Angels Ballet in 1993 by Mario Nugara.
The events in the life of Moses divide into three distinct 40-year segments.
The generational blessing that is sustained living by faith.
A woman who receives a special promise from God.
Abraham sacrifices his long-awaited son.
Noah puts his faith into action.
A man who walked with God.
The disparity between Cain and Abel.
Bringing lonely and isolated people together to complete community projects.
Waiting for the return of Lord Jesus Christ.
Dr. Jeremiah outlines how to stay committed to faith.
Conveying a consistent testimony.
How the Bible keeps people secure regardless of situation.
An apprenticeship program to help people get back on their feet.
A message from the Book of Ecclesiastes.
Asking God for wisdom daily can keep foolishness from overtaking one's life in behavior, work and words.
Dr. Jeremiah details five truths about humility.
The art of free-running to help the community.
Empowering children in asylum-seeking centers by organizing activities.
An equestrian center to help children and adults develop life skills.
Dog services for for children with disabilities.
Empowering the youth through rowing.
Critical medical supplies brought to remote communities.
A volunteer organization that feeds 500 sick and homeless people everyday.
Terry Franz gives away 200 cars a year to people in need.
Young adults suffering from cancer go to adventure camps.
Three brothers help to keep young men off the streets.
Twenty one adopted children.
Injured children from war-torn countries around the world.
Incarcerated mothers and children kept in contact.
A high school with a family-style environment for foster children.
Women who have suffered from violence, prostitution and addiction.
Sue and Don Kimball offer support for women and children trying to escape domestic violence and abuse.
Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive and physically active community for individuals who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse.
The Brighter Future Workshop teaches disabled youth how to recycle used mobility equipment to meet their needs.
California-based duo Jack and White.
A nationwide program of summer camps.
Life-changing dolphin therapy for children.
Therapeutic surfing for children to suffer from autism.
Providing youth with skills to achieve goals.
Animal-assisted therapy for hospitals; mental institutions; nursing facilities; detention homes.
Full-time transitional jobs for formerly incarcerated individuals.
"Throwaway" groceries from local supermarkets.
Incarcerated mothers and their children are kept in contact.
Helping struggling entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground.
Professor Jim Gips is transforming the lives of severely disabled children with his new 'EagleEye' technology.
Support for elderly Native Americans living on reservations.
Watch as a Chicago public school teacher finds a way to offer a positive and creative outlet for inner-city youth.
Jenn Cohen helps homeless youth to develop physically and emotionally through intensive skill training in circus and performing arts.
Unwanted food for homeless families.
Recreational and educational programs for children with special needs.
Helping children who have suffered horrible trauma receive services and educational opportunities.
Texas home builder Dan Wallrath gives injured veterans homes of their own -- mortgage free.
Provides free air travel for children and people in need.
People with disabilities learning emotional and physical empowerment through scuba diving.
An organization that assists formerly gang-involved youth with job placement, training and education.
Live music played for patients in healthcare facilities.
The Gentle Barn is home to 130 animals that have been rescued from severe abuse, neglect or slaughter.
Bill Gross helps family farms going through difficult times; Elissa Montanti helps children in war-torn countries around the world.
Winona travels around rural areas to offer domestic abuse victims a chance for a better life.
Principal Sherri Gahn organizes 500 donors and local businesses to coordinate donations, including haircuts!
Andrea Wenner keeps NYC school children healthy.
Colin and Karen Archipley created the Veterans Sustainability Agriculture Training program to offer newly returned veterans an intensive 6-week course in farming skills.
Greg Adamson and Tiffany Berg organize donations and volunteers to renovate homes and meet the special needs of families in dire circumstances whose homes need renovation or special adaptions.
The Bells offer free medical services and a hot meal; California's San Pasqual Academy is a high school for foster children.
A team of volunteers provide vital support.
Ed Gallagher founded an organization to help people with disabilities sail solo around the San Francisco Bay.
World-champion kayaker Brad Ludden takes groups of young adults suffering from cancer on week-long adventure camps; Linda Myers provides support for elderly Native Americans living traditional lifestyles on reservations.
Three brothers keep young men off the streets and out of gangs; Sue and Don Kimball offer support for women and children trying to escape domestic violence and abuse.
Cann uses street soccer to help homeless youth get off the streets; Magdalene & Thistle Farms help women who have suffered from violence, prostitution, and addiction.
Tanya Walters runs Godparents for Youth Organization to help kids raise their grades; Galen and Bridget Sampson run an apprenticeship program at the Dogwood Restaurant in Baltimore to help get struggling people back on their feet.
Dr. Margaret Martin gave free music lessons to underprivileged children in LA's gang-ridden zones; Don Shoendorfer gives away free wheelchairs to disabled people in the third world.