5-Year-Old Boy Creates 'Bug's Bikes' For Kids With Special Needs The goal of Bug's Bikes is to raise enough money to provide 5 more children with adaptive bikes made for children with special needs.
'Audio Journal' Volunteers Connect The Visually Impaired To Community Using the airwaves to read, for those who can't, it's a team effort of 170 volunteers helping more than a thousand people in central Massachusetts stay connected.
Non-Profit Helps Keep Senior Citizens At Home With Visits From VolunteersWe all know the American population is aging, and for some people that can bring problems like health concerns, loneliness and isolation.
'Boks' Program Making A Difference In Gym And Classroom It was the idea of a group of moms in Natick and has grown into an international health and fitness program, for kids.
Celebrating African American History With Song In BostonCelebrating African American history in song.
Boston Children's Museum Celebrating 100th Birthday Children who visit Boston Children’s Museum aren’t in front of a TV or computer screen and they’re not competing in youth sports.
Community Servings Deliver More Than Meals To Those In Need In Eastern Mass."Delivering meals delivering hope," that's the motto of Community Servings.
Volunteers Help Homeless Vets At New England Center For Homeless VeteransVeterans Day means many things to people but to some vets, it's just another day of struggling to find a meal or a place to sleep.
Adaptive Ice Skating Helps Build Strength For Children With Special NeedsBuilding strength and friendships while having a lot of fun. That's the goal of an innovative program for special needs kids designed by the Franciscan Hospital for Children.
Non-Profit MetroLacrosse Changes Young Lives On And Off The FieldLearning the lessons of life, on and off the playing field. That's the goal of Boston's MetroLacrosse, to help young people build a better future.
Afghan Woman Builds School For Girls In Afghanistan With Local DonationsTheir goal is nothing short of changing the future for girls in a war zone halfway around the world. This is the story of a woman who mobilized resources and built a school where there had never been one before.
Franklin Pop Warner Raises Money For Deaf Player's InterpreterRealizing the possibilities, marshaling the resources and making sure a kid who loves football gets the chance to play. That's this week's "Power of Partnership."