Weekly Good Newsletter - May 24, 2020

Kelly Clarkson sings "You Say" as an uplifting virtual tribute to First Responders.

Kelly Clarkson and her bandmates invite healthcare workers from across the U.S. to join them for a very special Kellyoke set to Lauren Daigle's 2018 single, "You Say".

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Photo Booth helps shelter Pets get Adopted.

Have you ever found it difficult to connect with a pet in a dog shelter? That's why the Humane Society of Utah decided to give each dog its individual chance to shine for their staff photographer, Guinnever Shuster, and show off its unique personality. Lights! Camera! Woof!

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Carlisle, PA High School students have a "Quarantine Prom" they'll never forget.

Prom might be canceled for high-school students across the country, but for the students in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, that didn't mean the party was over. Using a pickup truck, local DJ and a professional photographer Preston Griffin helped a group of local businesses pitch in to create a special night for the students.

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This toddler can't talk yet - But he sure can cook!

Today Mommy helped me make strawberry shortcakes, it was very messy and very yummy 🍓 I thought the cake mix was steam so I kept saying HOT! Please listen closely to my review. Thanks Mom!

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This Hero is Helping the Hungry! - Only Good Heroes (E1)

OnlyGood TV presents its brand new original series, Only Good Heroes. In this premiere episode, host Lucia Nazzaro talks with the inspiring Carol Shattuck, CEO of Norwalk, CT based Food Rescue US, a non-profit organization that is meeting the critical needs of a growing "food insecure" population during this pandemic.

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Gold Star Moms share the true meaning of Memorial Day.

What is the REAL meaning for Memorial Day? We need to remember and give thanks to all the men and women in the military and their families who have sacrificed and lost their lives to protect us. It is truly because of them that we can even have lives to celebrate!

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OnlyGood TV's Charity of the Week - Food Rescue US

Hunger in the United States makes no sense because in our digitally connected world, bridging the gap between excess and access isn't just possible. It's simple. Unlike traditional models, Food Rescue US lowers overhead costs, increases access to fresh food, and ensures that food rescued today is delivered today. The impact has been huge – and with your help, it will grow exponentially.

To help fight hunger, please donate to Food Rescue US .


We'll see you next week. Till then, OGTV hopes your week is Only Good!

OGTV Celebrates Pride 2020

There will be a noticeable absence of parades to kick off Pride Month 2020, but there is still a lot to celebrate! The stars of OnlyGood TV have some special messages of support and hope to carry you through the whole month, and beyond!

Watch and listen for beautiful images and encouraging words from Aydian (with some help from Antler), Caly, Bailey, and Heather, Christen and Freya. Join one of the many fun activities this month and remember to support your local LGBTQ businesses and friends in your town.

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Non-Profit Matches Veterans with Therapy Dogs for Life Changing Support

Brett Simon was a veteran K9 police officer who went on to work as a contractor for the Department of the Army as a bomb dog handler. However, after serving two tours in Iraq, he returned home suffering from PTSD.

Led by his Mom, Shari Duval, who had worked for veteran's charities near their home in Jacksonville Florida, Brett's family undertook two years of research to find a solution to help Brett and others with this condition.

Their research focused on canine assistance for PTSD. Ultimately, they started a non-profit organization. K9s For Warriors, dedicated to providing service dogs to warriors suffering from post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury as a result of their military service (post 9/11).

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Determined Texas Teen's Non Profit Feeds Hungry Children

When WIll Lourcey saw a man on a street corner in Fort Worth, Texas, asking for money for his next meal, he didn't turn his back, he jumped into action! That moment was the inspiration for the creation of Friends Reaching Our Goals (FROGS).

FROGS is a Non-Profit 501(C)(3) organization committed to end hunger, raise money and awareness for the hungry, and inspire youth to make our world a more positive and peaceful place.

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This Week In Sports with Calder Hodge! (E1)

If you're like us, you're CRAVING SPORTS….. ANY KIND OF SPORTS!!!

So we created a show to help you get your fix - filled with great moments in sports, your favorite players and teams, and even super fun trivia... all hosted by our friend and a budding young athlete himself, destined to be part of sports history!

Welcome to This Week in Sports with Calder Hodge!

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My Gym For Kids - Now Virtual!

Without school Gym Class or Spring/Summer sports, how will kids stay healthy, active and fit?

One answer comes from our friends at My Gym. With access restricted to their locations across the U.S. and the world, they have been hard at work during these difficult times producing My Gym LIVE; fun-filled virtual classes to entertain kids 6 months to 10 years and keep them active!

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A Baby Goat and Emu Find Friendship on Rescue Farm

You have never seen a love story like this before!

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This Hero is Getting PPE to Hospital Workers - Only Good Heroes (E2)

OnlyGood TV presents its brand new original series, Only Good Heroes, where you'll meet some remarkable individuals and organizations who are making a huge difference in communities across the country, sparking action that pulls people together to battle the impact from this pandemic.

In this episode, host Lucia Nazzaro talks with Rhonda Roland Shearer the founder of the Art Science Research Laboratory and the driving force behind "cutredtape4heroes.org", the grassroots campaign that is meeting a critical need by supplying healthcare workers with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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Dance Gave Her Love, a Community, and an Identity

At 2 1/2 years old, Shaina Schwartz and her Mom went to see the Nutcracker. Even though this was the first time she had ever seen any kind of a dance performance, as soon as it was over she excitedly said, "Mommy, that's what I want to do!"

Her long road toward becoming a dancer and then an owner and founder of a dance company had its share of ups and downs. Shaina started taking ballet lessons at a professional studio in New Hampshire at 5 years old and in her younger years, the regimen and regularity of the training was a good fit for her serious nature.

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