Sef Scott, a student with Autism, defied expectations in a speech to his graduating class in Plano, Texas.
Even the Queen of England took notice of Rodney Smith’s good deeds.
All the player asked in return was that she “pay it forward.”
“She was struggling so I decided to help her.”
Proof there’s good in the world.
Sometimes, your old prom dress can come in handy.
The device alerted him to an alarmingly fast heart rate.
Admit it ― you could use these right now.
The man who jumped into action during the shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee is continuing to support victims’ families.
“Barks not bullets,” read one sign.
🚨🚨 Cuteness alert. 🚨🚨
These instructions from vintage etiquette manuals still ring true—because courtesy never goes out of style.
A collection of stories about the unexpected kindness of strangers. Share yours!
The two dogs are among those flown off the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
RIP, Big Mama.
Yes, girl, you eat alllllll the watermelon you want today!
It’s nice to see this story has a hoppy ending.
“These have been the worst seven years of my life.”
“It truly made me feel good about myself and the job I do.”
The two sloth bears are traumatized, but rescuers are hopeful about their future.
There were a few uplifting stories that provided a small silver lining to an otherwise rough year.
He’s the notorious D-O-G.
More than 200 families benefited from the kindhearted gesture.
Caleb Wadman is visiting the bunny as it’s treated for burns to its ears and feet.
″Montreal is a welcoming city for pet owners and will remain so,” said a city official.
The 21-year-old’s story matches those of a vet office and wildlife rescue.
A grumpy feline decided to crash a Nativity scene in front of someone’s home.
“I love this community and I am trying to provide back to it,” he said.
Way more fun than fighting over a toaster.