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Weekly Good Newsletter - May 31, 2020


Archie Williams Heart Stopping performance on America's Got Talent!

Released after 37 years in prison for a crime he was innocent of, Archie Williams brings the America's Got Talent judges and audience to tears with a soulful rendition of Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me"

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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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This Farm Gives Animals a Second Chance!

'Don't Forget Us, Pet Us!' is a non profit that strives to create second chances for animals that otherwise would not have one. These adorable animals get a better life that truly counts.

Watch how Spartacus, a baby goat, meets a very special friend, a baby Emu named Tumbleweed. This is truly one of the most unique love stories we have ever seen!

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Amputee USMC Veteran & Model Creates Her Own Lane.

Marine Kirstie Ennis grew up with military parents and always knew she would join the Marine Corps and it was no surprise when she did at 17. She became a Helicopter Door Gunner, "...the most bad to the bone job in the Marine Corps you can possibly have."

While she was serving in Afghanistan, a mission to transport fellow Marines and supplies became a life-changer. Kirstie's copter crashed and she suffered multiple injuries, including the loss of her leg

Watch how this determined woman has overcome her injury, regained her confidence, and become a role model for others who also face difficult circumstances.

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Artist "Banksy" Dedicates Latest Work to the Real Heroes.

Our #FeelGoodPhoto of the Week is from legendary street artist Banksy who paid tribute to healthcare workers with this gift to a UK hospital.

It's a beautiful tribute to the NHS workers that are helping those in their time of need across the UK. Now on display at the hospital for patients and workers, it's certainly a morale boost at a time when the UK's healthcare system is seeing its limits tested. The piece will remain on view until the fall, and then will be auctioned off to benefit the NHS.

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Players of an 80+ Women's Basketball Team, The "San Diego Splash", Can't Wait to Hit the Court Again!

For members of the Splash in San Diego's Senior Women's 3-on-3 Basketball Association – a team whose youngest player is 82 years old – the time they spend on the court is much more than a hobby. These ladies are raising money to help send promising student-athletes to sports camps, giving young girls opportunities the Splash teammates didn't have growing up.

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Charlize Theron Donates $1 Million Dollars Towards Domestic Violence Prevention During The Quarantine!

This week's honor for "Celebs Doing Good" goes to Academy Award winning actor Charlize Theron. Learn more about how her Together For Her initiative is supporting those who are sheltering in place in a home that may not be safe.

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Cut Red Tape 4 Heroes - OnlyGood TV's Charity of the Week.

Come to the rescue of our heroes! The more money we raise, the more supplies we can provide. We need caring people to step up so we can continue going to hospitals, help healthcare workers in need, and later expand to nursing homes.

Support their efforts by donating to: cutredtape4heroes


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

These Portraits Of Fallen Heroes Are Healing Hearts

** OGTV's second MILITARY MATTERS playlist story of the week is about the generosity of a Vietnam veteran who uses his artistic skills to create portraits of fallen heroes and then donates them to their families. **

There may be no right answer on how to grieve a loved one, but Michael G. Reagan and George W. Bush have found ways to help.

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3rd Generation Family Farm is Bustling Community Hub - South Mountain Creamery

** OGTV celebrates Ice Cream Day with this story about a family that has been farming the same land for 3 generations and now has the first on farm dairy processing plant in Maryland that home delivers their own milk, yogurt, and ice cream. **

The Sowers family has been farming in Middletown, Maryland for almost 40 years and in all that time their philosophy has never changed - producing and delivering products that you can put on your table and feel good about. Fresh. Produced responsibly. Wholesome and nutritious.

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Veterinarian is a Modern Day Dr. Dolittle - Dr. Amy Jo's Wild Life (Part 1)

** OGTV's first GOOD STORY of the week is about the "wild" life of Dr. Amy Jo Pilmer, a Texas Veterinarian with a heart for animals that is as big as her state. **

This is the story of a modern day Dr. Doolittle with her own personal wildlife sanctuary, a local veterinarian who's life is dedicated to caring for unusual and extraordinary animals. These animals have become more than her patients or pets, they have become her family!

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Rising Pop Star and Cancer Survivor - Caly On The Good (Trailer)

In this original OGTV series, Caly On The Good, viewers are going to be able to follow Caly as she inspires other young adults with cancer, works with various organizations and charities, and tries to launch her pop music career. Caly is using her new found platform to support other survivors. "No matter what happens with music, I will always fight for people who have cancer." See all of Caly's inspiring moments here!

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Cooking To Say Thank You - Random Acts Of Cooking (E2:P2)

** To celebrate World Gratitude Day, OGTV is sharing this story that follows our friend, Chef Plum, as he guides a bunch of students through the skills and process of creating a celebratory meal to honor their mentors and teachers. **

St. Benedict's Prep in Newark, New Jersey is devoted to educating young men to help them fulfill their potential. In Part 2 of this 3 part episode of Random Acts of Cooking, Chef Plum is going to put the potential of seven students to a test that they have never faced - preparing, cooking, and presenting a celebratory meal in honor of their school teachers and mentors.

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Army Ranger Uses Fashion For Freedom

** OGTV's first Military Matters playlist video of the week is about a veteran of the war in Afghanistan who returned there to help survivors establish businesses so they could begin to lead better lives. **

Matthew "Griff" Griffin is a Graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served in the 75th Ranger Regiment as a Rifle Company Fire Support Officer with three tours to Afghanistan and one tour to Iraq. Despite his years of training and a built up perception of what serving in a foreign country would be like, Griff's perspective was challenged on his first deployment as soon as his boots hit the ground. "Within the first two days of being in Afghanistan I really needed to work my empathy muscles because it is the most impoverished place I have ever seen in my entire life."

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Honoring Service People Around The World - Military Matters (Trailer)

OGTV has a long tradition of sharing the lives of our brave service men and women - their heroic achievements, their physical and mental challenges, and their inspirational strength in the face of adversity. We invite you to watch all of their stories during our MILITARY MATTERS Playlist Week here!

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Ryan's Recycling: 9-Year-Old Entrepreneur Goes Green and then Goes Global!

** OGTV celebrates National Cleanup Day with this story about a young man who has gone green! He has his own recycling company so that he can help the environment while keeping cans and bottles away from the ocean and the marine mammals he loves. **

Ryan Hickman is a kid with a unique perspective about how he likes to spend his free time. "We all have our passions," he explains. "My only sport is recycling…which is probably not a sport to other kids, but it is to me…so it's a sport!"

In 2012 at the age of 3, Ryan went along with his dad, Damion, to the local recycling center and cashed in a few small bags of cans and bottles and quickly decided that recycling was in his future. The very next day, Ryan notified his parents that he wanted to give empty plastic bags to all their neighbors and maybe they would save their recyclables for him. Not only did the local neighbors rally to support Ryan' efforts, but so did their friends, families and co-workers. Today, Ryan has customers all over Orange County, CA.

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