Over the weekend, 60 wrestling teams came together to raise funds for the family of Virginia State Police Special Agent Michael Walter.
Books on Bikes keeps children in Newport News excited and engaged in reading throughout the summer.
In a Chesapeake Big Box store parking lot, more than a dozen people and families are living in their vehicles. Antione Hines had to do somet…
Jerome Olson and his wife recently noticed that the memorial dedicated to slain Norfolk Police Officer Victor Decker was in need of some TLC…
A longtime swimming instructor learned about the high drowning rate among minority’s and wanted to do something about it.
If you’re not looking, you may not find them….specially painted rocks hidden in the city of Suffolk. Suffolk Rocks is all about painting o…
What began as a thoughtful meal for others has turned into an enormous ministry for the Buffalow family.
An Air Force veteran from Yorktown needed some help and the community rallied around him.
Ainsley’s Angels focuses on inclusion rides and runs for the special needs community.
The Norfolk Police Department came together for their second annual Cops and Curls event at the downtown Norfolk Marriott.
Two local churches took their ministries out into the community.
A social justice project between two Virginia Beach sisters wound up becoming a ministry.
What began as a school requirement turned into a much larger mission for one Virginia Beach boy.
Counting Kindness focused on follow up. Several big philanthropic events took place last weekend here in Hampton Roads.
A wrong turn and an attentive 6-year-old led to a life-saving mission in Franklin.