An employee at a Walgreens in Houston was recently rewarded after she gave her last remaining dollars to help out a complete stranger.
An 8-year-old boy from Vancouver, Washington has cleared the students’ lunch debt in his school and six other nearby schools by selling handmade key chains.
Keoni Ching of Benjamin Franklin Elementary made the remarkable gesture as his way of celebrating the “Kindness Week” event at his school.
In an admirable effort to raise funds for the needy, a compassionate Facebook user from Singapore is offering her Hermès Birkin bag in exchange for grocery vouchers worth 13,888 Singapore dollars ($10,500).
Pan Fion posted her offer earlier this month on Facebook in hopes of distributing the local co-op National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) vouchers to help poor families.
A Chinese student’s unexpected act of kindness paid off when he received over $700 after ordering takeout for a homeless man during a rainy day.
Kunming University of Science and Technology graduate student Wang Ya passed by an overpass and saw a homeless man sleeping in the rain wearing nothing but his light, summer clothes.
International action superstar Jet Li reportedly made a donation amounting to 5.8 million Hong Kong dollars ($750,000) to the family of his stunt double, Liu Kun, who died during the filming of “The Expendables 2” back in 2011.
It was not reported when the donation was made as Li had reportedly intended for the donation to be kept private, according to the Malay Online.
For her honesty, a bus conductor in Thailand was rewarded with some snacks after she returned a lost backpack filled with cash to its owner on Sunday.
The 50-year-old bus employee named Sumon Mathidol found the backpack containing 1.12 million baht ($33,500) inside the bus as she was cleaning it up at the terminal near Soi Crocodile Farm in Chon Buri, Thailand.
Hope is somehow restored for a Chinese high school student who has been doing whatever he can to help save his sick 3-year-old brother.
The student, identified as Ma, lives with his brother and family in a poor village in Hubei Province, China. He dreams to become a doctor so he can someday help treat his brother who has been diagnosed with leukemia.
A small restaurant in Japan believes that young people should not go hungry, so it is giving free food to those who can’t pay for it.
The generous establishment, which is a franchise of the popular Gyoza No Ohsho food chain, is run by a kind soul by the name of Sadahiro Inoue.
A police officer in China’s Sichuan Province is gaining the collective approval of the internet for the kind gesture he showed to an elderly man who was trying to cross a street.
Surveillance footage showed that the officer, identified as Li Kang, blocked a busy intersection to help an old man make his way across the street.
A poor couple from Inner Mongolia was forced to make one of the worst decisions any parent could possibly face: choose who to save between their seriously ill, seven-month-old twin sons.
Without enough money to bring both of their suffering children to the hospital, husband Wang Guojun and his wife Xu Shijia were forced to draw pieces of paper to determine whether the older Wen Yuan or Wen Bo would be brought to Shanghai for treatment.
An 11-year-old girl from China learned at a young age the importance of filial piety, even if it means honoring and taking care of someone who is not her biological father.
A girl, named Xiao Qi, was left by her biological parents at a hospital in Guangdong, China. Luckily for her, a man named Zheng and his wife who had a miscarriage were at the same hospital at the same time, and ended up adopting the little girl.
A boy in China has managed to ace his exam despite having no arms. So, what’s your excuse?
Despite not having any arms, Jiang sits in front of his class and always pays attention in class. Not only did 8-year-old Jiang Tianjin manage to learn how to write using his feet, but his teacher couldn’t help but proudly show off his latest achievement to reporters — the little boy was able to get a perfect score from a recent exam that he had taken.