Kerri Furey, Jen Lewis and Chris Reckling sprinkle random acts of kindness around the Hampton Roads.
A Southampton County Sheriff’s Deputy and his wife are on a mission to keep Old Glory flying high and proud.
Miss Teen Virginia from Cox High School has used her new celebrity to do some pretty magical things in the community.
For the past three years, Trantwood Elementary and Virginia Beach Public Schools has participated in the Great Kindness Challenge.
Geico and The United Way of South Hampton Roads have teamed up to help military families still dealing with storm damage.
A welfare check brought Isle of Wight County Deputy Jeremy Hall to the home of an elderly couple. What happened next did more than warm thei…
What began as a dress swap at Fort Bliss in Texas, turned into thousands of dresses being donated to our military through Operation Deploy Y…
A beloved First Colonial High School teacher was badly injured in a house fire. His students want to help he and his family get back on thei…
Santa House is a selfless community service project Tommy and Carol Mann have undertaken for many years in Poquoson.
Two young women have taken it upon themselves, with the help of their church family, to help those in need during the holidays.
Today’s Counting Kindness was about an organization that works day and night to serve others, but needs a helping hand right now.
What started out as a young woman volunteering one morning at the Vets House garden has turned into lots more.
Habitat for Humanity South Hampton Roads makes home ownership a reality for many people. Lake Kennedy in Suffolk is one of their newest neig…
A local club went out of their way to help residents of the Swanson Homes neighborhood that suffered from Hurricane Matthew.
One way a local military supplier shows its appreciation to service men and women is with a program called Tickets for Troops.