America's Angels stories focus on the people and programs of Volunteers of America. Helping people is one of the greatest gifts we can give others, and at Volunteers of America, helping people is their business. It's an organization that helps everyone from veterans to children, giving with open hands to those in need and transforming lives in the process.
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Be inspired by this story of how the Family Motel, an emergency shelter run by the faith-based nonprofit Volunteers of America, is impacting the lives of the most vulnerable among us.
Colton had recently lost his father and he was being bullied at school. But a police detective recommended him for a Volunteers of America sleepaway camp that made all the difference.
Volunteers of America serves tens of thousands of homeless kids across the nation through Operation Backpack.
She may have moved into a senior-living and care community, but Marilynn Moe is not the type to slow down. She’s practically a one-woman welcoming committee!
The 120-year-old non-profit ministry has hundreds of human service programs that help more than 2 million people a year, including its famous Meals on Wheels program.
A young student and a standout athlete loses first his sight and then his hearing. Would he ever be independent again?
When Willie Wilson began losing his eyesight and eventually his hearing too, his dreams of a sports career faded. But he never gave up on achieving his goal of an independent life.
Meet a veteran of the Iraq war who went from receiving help to giving it.