Gabe set out to hug police from each of our seven cities and his innocent kindness has touched the hearts of many who protect and serve.
Angela Reddix is the president and CEO of an independent consulting organization aimed towards mentoring young girls.
Two children show us all the meaning of kindness by doing unto others.
8-year-old Kingston Haynes is encouraging hundreds of people by sending them huggable monster pillows called Kingston’s Kreatures.
The Youth Volunteer Corps of Hampton Roads offers up opportunities for young people to spend their summer serving others.
Nicholas Bailey of Suffolk says he never has had dreams of making it big, but he has had dreams of making a big difference. Nicholas formed …
Today’s Counting Kindness was all about celebrating seniors.
Hand painting clay hearts as a thoughtful gesture has turned into community service for Brittany Allen of Yorktown
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…