Aimee Clark teaches 3rd grade at Rosemont Elementary in Virginia Beach. This year, she added kindness to the curriculum with MakeaWave.com
A trip to buy a few gallons of paint had an unexpected and wonderful outcome for an Eastern Shore mom and her son.
Counting Kindness on The Hampton Roads Show.
St. Mary’s decided back in 2006 to make prom possible for teens in their care who would normally attend a junior or senior prom.
After seeing a sign requesting donations for a fallen Virginia State Trooper’s family, 6-year-old Braxton Lee of Gloucester decided to run 5…
Plaza Middle School and the Virginia Beach Police Department teamed up to make the dream of an 8th grade special needs student come true.
A Chesapeake mom and life coach came up with a fun, physical and inspiring way for girls to gear up for prom. Lesa Keeter started the Sole-S…
Movers for Moms is a national philanthropic effort organized by the moving company Two Men And A Truck.
Matt Diggs was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 14. Now, he’s on a mission to educate and inform others about the disease.
Heike Nicks is a Nurse Clinician who worked to bring three hospitals together to raise funds for the March of Dimes
A Newport News family plans to travel the country performing random acts of kindness.
This edition of Counting Kindness featured police officers going beyond the badge.
Meredith Raiford is a 23 year old artist from Chesapeake who founded Paintings for Change to transform buildings, schools and homes.
About 9 years ago, Connie Picard’s Virginia Beach home caught fire and she needed the services of the American Red Cross. Now, she gives bac…
Susan Ware owns a cleaning company. She and her crew show up at the Karr home in Virginia Beach, twice a month, and cleans it top to bottom-…