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Legendary Athlete Bo Jackson Anonymously Donated To Pay For Uvalde Victims’ Funerals

Legendary baseball and football superstar Bo Jackson revealed he helped pay for the funerals of the 19 children and two teachers killed in one of America’s deadliest mass shootings in May at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

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Charleston Co. mechanic gives away 12 cars for 12 days of Christmas

Donations have helped a Lowcountry man provide a vehicles to a dozen people in need this holiday season.

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Animal Control Buys Unicorn for Stray Dog That Stole It From a Store

Sisu, a one-year-old stray dog, was adopted the next day after the Duplin County Animal Control in North Carolina posted about his criminal behavior.

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This Plumber's Invoice For Fixing 91-Year-Old Grandma's Boiler Goes Viral | Bored Panda

Not every hero wears capes, apparently, some of them come dressed in a plumber's clothes. Recently, a plumber from Burnley, Lancashire named James Anderson gained well-deserved recognition for his heroic deed. After one of his clients' daughter shared an

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NY pizzeria plugs adoptable dogs on pizza boxes

A pizzeria in Amherst, N.Y. has partnered with SPCA in Niagara to raise awareness of adoptable dogs at its shelter.

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"No Birthday Left Behind" - Teen starts organization that throws birthday parties for homeless children

Tanvi Barman spends most of her free time throwing birthday parties. But not for people she knows — for homeless children who otherwise couldn't afford them.

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This 88-year-old woman boarded her seven-hour flight. Then a man surprised her with his business-class ticket.

"No fuss, no attention, literally did it out of the kindness of his own heart," a flight attendant wrote in a viral Facebook post.

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Pay It Forward: 99-Year-Old Woman’s Mission to Help Children | WQAD.com

Lillian Weber is on a mission. Every day she makes another dress for a small child she’ll never meet. “I could probably make two a day, but I only make one,” she says.