What would it take for you to be happier? How long do you think it would take? In a day and age where many feel
Every Tuesday afternoon, you can hear the wheels of Herman Travis’ shopping cart clacking against the cracked, sloped sidewalks of San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood — an annoying sound for any passerby. But for many residents in this low-income community the sound is heavenly — their angel Travis.
A six-year-old’s determination led to 135,000 meals for the homeless. A college student sought to remind other women about the beauty they all possess. These are some of Yahoo’s Inspiring Acts of 2010, which feature ten ordinary folks whose small acts of kindness rippled out to big changes.
Meet Ethan, Emily and Sophia — three of the youngest humanitarians you may ever meet. These kindergarteners have raised money, rallied resources and heightened visibility to enable the San Francisco Food Bank to serve more than 135,000 meals.
What would you do if the next time you ask for your bill after dining out, your server said, “There is no charge, your meal
People talk about change. Some dream about it. Others take action and ARE the change. In early October, more than 1,000 volunteers teamed up with