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  • Faith in Humanity: Group putting together Easter baskets for Valley kids

    A group is putting together Easter baskets to help brighten the holiday for children in Arizona hospitals.
  • Faith in Humanity: Goodwill of Central Arizona provides Valley with jobs, goods

    Goodwill of Central Arizona is grateful for the “goodwill” of others, knowing people have a choice of where to bring their used clothing, household goods and furniture. Without your generosity, Goodwill couldn’t do what they do.
  • Faith in Humanity: Boy raises $10,000 to give hand sanitizer to Flint, Mich. schools

    Seven-year-old Isiah Britt raised more than $10,000 to buy hand sanitizer for elementary schools in Flint, Michigan, in order to keep themselves from getting sick and avoiding the use of tap water.
  • Faith in Humanity: Phoenix-based organization aims to mentor fathers

    Father Matters, a Phoenix-based organization, aims to give fathers a strong mentor in their lives and teach them how to become a mentor of their own.
  • Cha-ching! How to protect yourself and your money in a Powerball office pool

    KTAR News' Legal Analyst Monica Lindstrom spoke with Pamela Hughes and Mike Russell to share how workers can protect themselves and their money if they take part in an Powerball office pool.
  • Faith in Humanity: College professor entertains students’ kids during final exam

    Dr. Daniel Krebs, a history professor at the University of Louisville, was captured doing an act of kindness on Facebook when he volunteered to watch one of his student's children so she could finish her final exam.
  • Faith in Humanity: New York woman gives own shoes to homeless woman on subway

    'Tis the season for giving, and one New York woman decided to sacrifice her own comfort to help someone in need.
  • Faith in Humanity: Alaska toddler starts donation drive to clothe, shelter homeless

    After learning about what being homeless means, 3-year-old Patrick McClung from Anchorage, Alaska, started a donation drive to collect clothing, toiletries and other essentials to hand out to those in need.
  • Faith in Humanity: Restaurant offers free Thanksgiving meals to those eating alone

    For those needing a meal, some company or a little bit of both, George’s Senate Coney Island in Michigan will be serving free meals all day on Thanksgiving, Nov. 26, according to the Huffington Post.
  • Faith in Humanity: Teen hands out hundreds of dollars worth of food to homeless

    After YouTube star Lance Stewart decided to hand out nearly $200 worth of McDonald's and other groceries to homeless people in his town, his viewers were inspired to do the same.
  • Faith in Humanity: Couple both with breast cancer raise awareness

    It's a common misconception that only women are diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • Photos of teachers walking students home getting well-deserved recognition

    Tabitha Tudy Jones saw a touching ritual Sept. 28, and decided to post a photo teacher Carl Schneider walking his students home to Facebook.
  • Young girl with rare bone disorder leads fundraising charge for Texas hospital

    Eight-year-old Addy Bryan is one determined little girl. Afflicted with a rare bone disorder in both of her legs that caused her knees to be backwards at birth, Addy spent years undergoing treatment and rehabilitation at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas.  Though the road to getting back on her feet and leading a […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group gives low-cost medical, dental care

    It seems that, no matter how long Congress argues about or passes reforms, the cost of health care keeps going up. For some, that means medical or dental care is simply not in the budget. A Valley nonprofit, the Neighborhood Christian Clinic, is looking to change that. Through volunteer efforts and donations, the clinic provides […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group supports, gives wigs to breast cancer patients

    In the fight for cancer, you need as many people in your corner as possible. While the support of family, friends and medical professionals can be comforting, it’s always good to talk to someone who’s been there, who survived cancer. When Holly Rose was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009, she was amazed at the […]