People Helping People

Justin Dillon on efforts to end human trafficking

Musician Justin Dillon Answers Call to Help End Human Trafficking

The singer and activist knew he needed to do more than peform benefit concerts. What he did next surprised even him.

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He Led Hundreds of Jewish Children to Safety During the Holocaust

He Led Hundreds of Jewish Children to Safety During the Holocaust

Georges Loinger was a former POW and member of the French Resistance who helped smuggle at least 350 Jewish children out of occupied France.

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A greeting card with a soaring eagle on the cover. Music notes drift from the card.

Someone Cares: Rx for Grief

This special card let this neurosurgeon know that her family appreciated his efforts.

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A January 2019 calendar with various events.

Someone Cares: Pun Intended

Finding these daily holidays to celebrate each day inspired her to write these clever puns.

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A woman browsing through a coatrack by a coffee shop.

Someone Cares: Warmhearted

These spare coats were donated to help others to bundle up.

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Rodney Smith, Jr.

Helping the Homeless Is What His Father Taught Him

He and other volunteers spread warmth and cheer one sleeping bag at a time.

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An early Christmas on the subway

An Early Christmas on the Subway

Fellow passengers show kindness to a homeless woman on a New York City train.

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The blessings of giving to others.

Why Giving Matters

The rewards of helping those in need far outweigh the cost to your pocketbook.

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An illustration of a woman in a holiday sweater holding her a large dish of spaghetti and meatballs.

Someone Cares: Helping of Love

Along with selling her mother's belongings, she shared her mother's legacy of helping others.

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An illustration of a baggie with an assortment of candy tied with a red bow.

Someone Cares: Sweetheart

She was inspired by a woman couponing with a sweet purpose.

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An illustration of a pair of colorful patterned dolls.

Someone Cares: Dolled Up

These special dolls help women and children who have escaped domestic violence—one loving stitch at a time.

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Los Angeles Sheriff's Department chaplain Pastor Brian La Spade walks through properties in the Points Dume neighborhood of Malibu, California, where members of his congregation live, on November 10, 2018, after the Woolsey Fire tore through the neighborhood overnight. - Firefighters in California on Saturday battled raging blazes at both ends of the state that have left at least nine people dead and thousands of homes destroyed, but there was little hope of containing the flames anytime soon. More than 250

The California Fires: How to Help

With the California wildfires continuing to wreak havoc throughout the state, here's how to help the victims and the firefighters battling the blaze. 

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