Adorable Rescue Puppies on a Plane

Two kids get the surprise of a lifetime when they welcome home an adorable puppy. The parents organized this surprise for their kids with the help of Pilots N Paws and New England Lab Rescue. Pilots N Paws is a non-profit where shelters and rescue organizations team up with volunteer pilots willing to assist in the transportation of animals. For more info visit www.pilotsnpaws.org & www.newenglandlabrescue.com.

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Meet Jack, An 11-Year-Old Who Runs His Way to Trophies and Medals With Prosthetic Legs

Jack Cunningham is a normal kid. He does well in school. He loves playing sports and hanging out with friends and family. He also happens to be missing both of his legs... But he hasn't let his condition stop him from living life to the fullest.

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How To Make Matzah Ball Soup - Unwritten Recipes With Felicia

When families migrate, cookbooks don't always make the journey with them. But that doesn't mean that recipes are lost. In our original series Unwritten Recipes, mother, thespian and comfort food creator Felicia Levinson walks us step-by-step through delicious dishes that she whips up by memory. These recipes have been indelibly recorded in Felicia's mind by her grandmother, mother, and other family members. So, of course, every dish comes with a great story!

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Joey Travolta's Film Summer Camp Teaches Young Adults With Special Needs About Film & Kindness

Inclusion Films, started by veteran filmmaker Joey Travolta (brother of actor John Travolta) in 2007, is a teaching studio for aspiring filmmakers with developmental disabilities.

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This Nurse Cares For Patients And Serenades Their Souls

Jared Axen can be heard singing throughout the halls of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Valencia, CA, thus dubbing him "The Singing Nurse." Full-time nurse and part-time musician, Jared has combined both of his talents to become a guiding light for patients and nurses everywhere.

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Farm Becomes Sanctuary for Animals After Tragedy

The impetus for the creation of the Ima Survivor Animal Sanctuary was the awful week in August 2017 when Hurricane Harvey meandered about southeast Texas unleashing biblical amounts of rain and wreaking havoc on the people and animals who lived there. The survival of a donkey named Ima Jean from 6 foot flood waters, her struggle to live and the fight to survive by her and the other animals from Lester Morrow's ranch is the inspiration for this unique habitat.

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Using Music and Art to Build Friendships on the Border

In a small, brightly decorated building only a stone's throw from the border wall between Mexico and the USA, 50 to 100 children a week come to do hands-on art projects, learn a musical instrument, or just socialize with others. In this special place, Director Gretchen Baer's mission is to show kids that anything is possible if you think creatively, no matter who you are or where you came from.

Nonprofit Studio Mariposa is a free transformative art center for kids in Naco, Mexico, along the Arizona border. For the past three years, kids come to the small studio once a week where Gretchen and her volunteers set up art projects and music lessons. The art projects include painting, making bracelets, mosaics and weaving on a loom.

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All Autistic Wedding Spreads Love, Awareness & Hope

Dr. Stephen Shore is ordained to perform weddings. He is also on the autism spectrum. It was with special honor that he was asked to officiate at the wedding ceremony for Abraham Nielsen and Anita Lesko who are both also on the spectrum. For Dr. Shore, the event was important for the significance of "seeing that a couple with Autism can fall in love and get married just like everyone else".

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Comedians Prove Laughter is the Best Medicine

This could be one of our favorite "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" stories…. literally.

Back in 1999, Saranne Rothberg, a New York City actor, received a cancer diagnosis and began a difficult regimen of therapy. Rather than being dragged down by sadness, Saranne tapped into the healing powers of humor. Once she began feeling better, she realized it could work for others, too, and the idea for Comedy Cures was born.

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