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“Good News” articles to provide you with inspiration and hope that there is still good in the world. People from all walks of life are making an impact by doing good, and so can you!
Sam Brisendine is an architect that fused his passion and his vocation by creating Emergency Floor, an interlocking flooring system for refugees that can fit any size shelter. By re-purposing shipping pallets, he is enabling people to get off the dirt and minimize their exposure to cold and parasitic infections. Read the whole story here.
Two brothers were diagnosed with Stargardt disease as kids, a juvenile form of macular degeneration. They had an idea to start Two Blind Brothers clothing brand that gives 100% of its proceeds to pre-clinical blindness research. They started this small project and told their story that was recognized by the Ellen Degeneres show. Now they are more popular than ever. Watch the video highlighting their story.
At age 19 Rachel Johnson was in a car accident that broke her neck and made her a quadriplegic. She said, “What made it better and kept me going was having people there with me to celebrate every single little accomplishment.” So she wanted to give that back to kids and now volunteers at the Nebraska Medicine Pediatric Unit while working and attending graduate school. She will be starting a pediatrics internship at Nebraska Medicine to become a child life specialist. Read her whole story here.
Robert Bader has been a tattoo artist for over a decade, but now he is also helping people remove tattoos. He offers this service for free to those who want to remove any hateful or racist tattoos after changing their beliefs. He said, “I’m willing to give my blood, sweat equity to this cause.” Read the full story here.
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