Hundreds of women in Powhatan are choosing to spread joy. They’re using Facebook to come together and sprinkle a little fairy dust. In reality, it’s small acts of kindness that are having a big impact.
When a Henrico mother felt like there weren’t enough services for children and adults with disabilities, she created an organization that fosters a positive learning environment encourage this population to be more self-sufficient.
For years, one woman in Hanover County has been doing her part to feed the men and women facing homelessness. Now, the volunteers around her are putting a spotlight on her selfless ways, in this week's acts of kindness.
Would you let someone you barely know drive your car? What if they were your neighbor, would that make a difference? Well, that's exactly what a Richmond man did for his neighbor so she could get to work.
A former teacher-turned-preacher is this week's Acts of Kindness honoree. A big part of his ministry is providing students in some of the city's most economically-distressed areas with the tools and resources they need to achieve.