Airs Aug 12, 2017
Indo Jax Surf Charities
Jack Viorel leads Indo Jax Surf Charities, which empowers disadvantaged, medically fragile and special needs children.
Air Date: Nov 12, 2016
From meaningful employment to affordable housing, Mission United is providing the services military veterans and their families have earned.
Air Date: Dec 10, 2016
Chef Chad Houser created this Dallas-based restaurant and culinary training facility to transform the lives of at-risk youth.
Air Date: Jan 14, 2017
More Too Life
Brook Bello used her story of survival as a way to reach out to other victims of human trafficking to help them heal.
Air Date: Feb 11, 2017
Maria Gomez, a nurse in DC's Department of Health, founded this federally-qualified health center to provide care to those most in need.
Air Date: Mar 11, 2017
Raising Readers in Story County
Carolyn Jons leads the effort to help improve language and literacy development in children, and nurture healthy family relationships.
Air Date: Apr 08, 2017
Rising Tide Car Wash
Founded by John and Tom D’Eri, Rising Tide Carwash hires individuals with autism.
Air Date: May 13, 2017
Founded by Judy Cockerton, the Treehouse Foundation supports an affordable community connecting the elderly with families in foster care.
Air Date: Jun 10, 2017
17-year-old Katie Stagliano started this organization to teach kids about growing vegetables and how providing food to the disadvantaged.
Air Date: Jul 08, 2017
Cheyenne River Youth Project
Project leader Julie Garreau works with young people from poverty stricken Native American families in the Eagle Buttle, SD, community.
Air Date: Aug 12, 2017