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Before Tree Gets Cut Down, Buddhist Monastery Writes Touching Notice to the Fir And All the Wildlife Living in it

A tree that has grown on a street corner in Berkeley, California for one hundred years was scheduled to be cut down, but a...

14 of the Largest US Hospitals and Health Systems Are Investing $700 Million into Affordable Housing

The Healthcare Alliance Network hopes that by investing in communities, they will help close the economic gap that leads to the nation's health problems.

Descendants of Slaves and Slave-Owners Are Bonding at South Carolina Plantation Where They Share Their Painful Past

Together, white and African-American descendants use the plantation location of their families’ painful past to learn from it and create healing friendships.

Hospital Knits ‘Mr. Rogers’ Sweaters for All the Newborns in Honor of World Kindness Day

The hospital even invited Fred Rogers's widow to the facility to celebrate World Kindness Day and Cardigan Day with the newborns.

Dutch Woman Shows Up to Surprise New Football ‘Bros’ After Amusing Cell Phone Mishap

In September a young Dutch woman was arriving in the United States on business and purchased a SIM card so she could have a...

Architect Appalled by ‘Horrible’ Homes Planned for Village Buys Land Herself to Design Attractive Eco-Houses

Rather than let developers build two ugly, expensive, inefficient houses, Fran Bradshaw, a determined architect bought the land to build eco-homes.

After 4 Years of Sending Messages to Her Late Father’s Phone Number, She Suddenly Gets a Reassuring Text Back

This woman has been texting her deceased father's phone number for 4 years—and just as she was readying to let him go, she received a comforting response.

Good News in History, October 30

Happy 80th Birthday to Grace Slick, the singer-songwriter and musician, widely known in rock and roll history for her role in San Francisco’s psychedelic...

More Than 200 Homeless Seniors Will Have Tiny Houses of Their Own After Donations Pour In

Hundreds of chronically homeless Texans over the age of 50 will soon have a roof over their heads thanks to the Housing First Community Coalition.

Reader’s Digest Names the ‘Nicest Place in America’ For 2019, A Town Where Nobody Gets Left Behind

A baker who donates freely to support causes of every kind, the real-estate developer who offers a year rent-free to promising entrepreneurs who may...

Woman Who Lives With 27 Sick Dogs Dubbed ‘Miracle Worker’ After Getting Paralyzed Pups to Walk Again

No matter their disability or demands, Claire-Louise Nixon will not turn down a dog who is in need of her miracle-working physical therapy and love.

Entire High School Wears Yellow to Welcome New Student and Honor Her Late Friend On 1-Year Anniversary

When Megan Baldwin's new drill team learned about the loss she endured 1 year ago, they rallied the entire school to comfort her—and honor her fallen friend.

Struggling Bats Can Now Fly Freely Through Countryside Thanks to First-of-Their-Kind Street Lights

These street lamps have been modified with a specialized “light recipe” to help struggling bats in England—and they're the first of their kind in the UK.

Cheeky Teen Welcomes Little Brother at His Bus Stop Every Day Wearing a Different Embarrassing Costume

Though this tradition may be a little embarassing for Max, his brother's costumed greetings have become an endearing routine for the siblings.

Hundreds of Strangers Rally One Morning to Grant 4-Year-old Cancer Survivor’s Birthday Wish for ‘100 Bumblebees’

This 4-year-old cancer survivor was given the surprise of a lifetime after his neighbors rallied together to provide a rainbow of yellow, one mile long, outside his house the morning of his birthday.

Good News in History, September 11

On this day 22 years ago, the Mars Global Surveyor reached its destination—a stable orbit around the red planet. NASA’s robotic spacecraft traveled nearly...

When Kids Were Making Fun of Her Son At School, Mom Deploys Her Creative Hospitality

Listen to the inspiring storytelling from The Moth about a mom’s creative diplomacy when she learned students were making fun of her son’s ethnic lunch.

Good News in History, September 5

Happy Birthday to Bob Newhart, who turns 90 years old today. Born in Oak Park, Illinois, the stand-up comedian and actor is noted for...

When Farmer Saw His Community Needed a New Road, He Picked Up His Tools and Built One Himself

When this 44-year-old farmer saw his neighbors struggling to maneuver through their village, he took it upon himself to build a whole new road.

When Sick 3-Year-old is Quarantined, People Begin Showing Up at His Window to Entertain Him

A little boy whose doctors confined him to his bedroom for three months has learned that ‘All the world IS a stage”—just outside his...