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Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

  • Faith in Humanity: Act of kindness by Chick-fil-A franchise owner goes viral

    A restaurant franchise owner's act of kindness for a homeless man was something the owner has done many times.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley nonprofit helping kids who struggle to eat

    About 15,000 Arizona children with pediatric feeding struggles cannot eat normally because they have life-altering problems with chewing, swallowing or eating.
  • Faith in Humanity: Group helps Arizona single parents with cancer

    Imagine your close friend, neighbor or family member is a struggling single parent undergoing cancer treatment. What would you do to help?
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group hosts events to cheer ailing kids

    HopeKids provides ongoing events and activities and a powerful, unique community for families who have a child with cancer or some other life-threatening medical condition.
  • Faith in Humanity: Florida officers surprise low-income family with Christmas tree

    One Florida family has already encountered Santa this holiday season.
  • Faith in Humanity: #HashtagLunchbag working to feed families, homeless in Phoenix

    With the holidays approaching, many families in Phoenix are still wondering where the next meal will come from.
  • Faith in Humanity: Mark the holidays and help our nation’s veterans

    Sgt. 1st Class Brian Mancini (Retired-U.S. Army), is a double Purple Heart recipient and the president of Honor House. In 2012, Brian co-founded Honor House, an organization whose mission is to provide a complete transitional package for returning soldiers that utilizes the resources from the community to meet the therapeutic and transitional challenges of our […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Phoenix man looking to expand crime-fighting cave for charity

    The Colten Cowell Memorial Crime Fighting Cave is a 5,000-square-foot homage to the television shows of yesteryear and also serves as a place where families in crisis can spend a few carefree hours laughing and making wonderful memories.
  • Faith in Humanity: Town hosts early Halloween, Christmas for dying boy

    A Utah town moved the calendar ahead a few months this week, when it hosted Halloween, Christmas and a birthday party for a boy dying of cancer.
  • Faith in Humanity: 3-D printer creates objects from photos for the blind

    Unlike people with sight, the blind can't look at photos to remind them of their favorite memories. But a little 3-D printing can change that.
  • Faith in Humanity: Man starts dance party on train to break the ice

    Our commutes are often the most silent, awkward parts of our day. This man is changing all that.
  • Faith in Humanity: Magician pranks, rewards homeless veteran

    Picture this: You're a homeless veteran.
  • Faith in Humanity: Touching sign inspires organ donor

    Sometimes a sign can be more than a simple rallying cry for a sports team or a pat on the back for a celebrity. Sometimes a sign can save a life.
  • Faith in Humanity: Iowa couple leaves big tip after bad service

    We've all heard plenty of stories about extraordinary servers receiving massive tips.
  • Faith in Humanity: Wash. father with days to live checks items off his bucket list

    Frank Henderson was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and told he has just days to live, but he is making the most of the time he has left, even celebrating Christmas and his daughter's upcoming wedding months early.
  • Faith in Humanity: Nurse to adopt terminally ill patient’s son

    In a time when the news is dominated by all the bad things people do to each other, good deeds often go unnoticed. Fortunately, Tricia Seaman’s act of kindness is getting the attention it deserves.
  • Faith in Humanity: Two best friends discover they’re brothers

    We’ve all had a friend that ends up feeling like family. It’s part of life. But according to the Huffington Post, the line between friend and family is even more blurry for two Canadian men. Duncan Cumming and Ron Cole were both adopted when they were younger and were best friends in the 1950s. They […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Little League coach delivers moving message after devastating loss

    If you have a young son who plays baseball, you want him to play for a coach like this. On Monday night, Cumberland, Rhode Island was eliminated from the 2014 Little League World Series in a heartbreaking 8-7 loss to Illinois. Following the loss, with many of his players in tears, Rhode Island coach Dave […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Cop saves baby, 20 years later he goes to her wedding

    A baby who almost didn’t live to see another day, grew up and got married over the weekend. And among the attendees was the man who saved her, reported NBC Chicago. Shammah Hamideh was an infant living with her family outside New York City when she suddenly stopped breathing. Officer Joseph Barca got the call, […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Girl raises thousands to take terminal dad to Disneyland

    A young British girl will be able to take one last trip with her father before he passes from cancer thanks to a generous community. According to the Southport Visiter, 5-year-old Ruby Miles was heartbroken when her father, 42-year-old Damian, was told he only had months to live after a year-long battle with cancer. After […]