Davy Jordan took a leap from the medical field to puppeteering so he could use creativity to serve communities.
All Service Stories
The prisoners at Lowell Correctional Institute who train the dogs and the veterans who receive them offer their heartfelt thoughts about the difference it is making.
By partnering with the Swim Across America charity, Rob Butcher has been able to honor his mom and give hope to others. He shares his tips
Residents of The Villages Start “Learning Lounge” to Help Local Students
MTRA Provides Therapeutic Horseback Riding and More When Zoe Long was born with Down syndrome, her parents knew she would…
From her small-town beginnings in rural Arkansas, Mary Lee Downey had big-time desires to do what she could to help correct injustices and stand up for those in need.
Sometimes the simplest thing – a song, a smile, a dance – can mean everything. When you have dementia, there aren’t many places to go. At Our Moment Cafe, caregivers and patients can find acceptance. Bill Shafer shares the story of Dick Boyden and Joan Bender, who started an Our Moment Cafe in The Villages, Florida
Petrina Armsden is the founder of iSparkle, an organization focused on combatting bullying with love and support.
In 2006, filmmaker Tim Gray began conducting mass interviews all over the world with survivors, combatants, and home front people to honor their experiences and hopefully learn from them.
Move forward, give back isn’t just a Growing Bolder slogan, it’s a way of living. It’s something the newly formed…
Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially register and run the Boston Marathon, continues to add to her legacy and compete today.
Chad Pragracke works with volunteers from ages 9 to 90 to accomplish his dream of a cleaner world.