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.
Chinary Hall broke down in tears over her "Acts of Kindness" recognition. She has spent years mentoring, providing shelter and transportation to people in need, particularly women transitioning from jail, prison or drug treatment.