Fernando de Andrade used to be homeless, living on the streets of the world's eighth biggest city, Saō Paulo in Brazil. This month, he is taking part in Race to the Rock, riding his bike over 3,000km from Albany in Western Australia to Uluru in the Northern Territory, to raise
Former Royal Artillery gunner Phil Webb was sleeping on the streets, battling alcholism, and giving up on life after losing his job and the breakdown of his marriage. But a chance encounter with a good samaritan turned his life around.
Mr Webb told BBC TV's Inside out 'I didn't want to
The BBC III series, "Amazing Humans" is compulsive viewing, and we could fill our pages with story after story that have touched our hearts. The first story we shared was about a tattoo artist who gave free tattoos to people with self harm scars. There was such compassion in the
10 year old Leah Nelson really wanted to see the world changed for the better.
So she came up with the idea of selling rainbow loom bracelets made from rubber bands to encourage people to do something nice for someone else. The acts could be as small as paying a compliment,
15 people living on the streets have been positively reunited with their families, thanks to social media and the efforts of this one volunteer organization. Miracle Messages is a startup that records brief videos of homeless people giving loving messages to their long lost family members. Volunteers then put the