“We are so grateful to our community for rising up and helping us get so many pets into wonderful homes.”
A father working at a high risk hospital treating coronavirus patients can only see his 1-year-old through glass door.
Community spirit has emerged in nations hard-hit by COVID-19.
A group of teachers in San Antonio, Texas made a surprise visit to their students under quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All six-year-old Jonah Pulido wanted to do for his birthday was to have a bowling party.
In just a few days, 700 people, organized via a Facebook group, have sewn 250 cloth masks.
Browen Bell was about to celebrate his 9th birthday, but unfortunately due to California's Stay at Home order that was issued Thursday evening by Governor Gavin Newsom his birthday party had to be canceled.
A FedEx delivery driver shared a moment of human kindness by Glendale homeowners who were offering a coronavirus care package to couriers.
"For every negative to this, there's a positive," said Chris Hagenmeier. "People are taking a renewed interest in their community."
Children in a New Jersey neighborhood stood in their driveways and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. The coronavirus pandemic has left their school closed.
Since Disney theme parks are closed until at least the end of March, one family decided to bring the magic of Disney into their home, making the most of their shelter-in-place situation.
A 4-year-old boy dressed up as a Walmart employee for ‘Superhero Day' to honor the pandemic heroes.
The savage journal entry by the 8-year-old went viral.
As families across Minnesota stay home and maintain a social distance from others, one young girl made friends with her neighbor - all by communicating from her balcony.
After a Becker, Minnesota girl’s 4th birthday party was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, neighbors put on a parade Saturday to help her celebrate instead.
"Let's show people there is light out there," Ted Leonard said. "Because this thing sucks."
With all the bad news that came with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people who work for an East Valley eatery finally have something positive to celebrate on Thursday.
Shaquille O'Neal surprised a Georgia first grade class' video chat. The students are participating in online learning due to the coronavirus.
Sara Byrne's video struck a chord with thousands of Instagram followers.
The idea is the result of a partnership between Diablo Foods in Lafayette and Lamorinda Village, a non-profit organization that helps seniors.