Good News Day 37: Homeless Man Protects Young Woman, Changes Her Outlook On Life


When a young woman found herself stranded on dark streets, a homeless man found her a safe place to stay and changed her outlook toward the less fortunate.

Source: Homeless Man Protects Young Woman, Changes Her Outlook On Life

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Good News Day 36: 10-year-old girl creates ‘chemo kits’ for kids with cancer to honor late aunt


Madeline Domian remembers how sick her Aunt Kathi looked when she would visit her in the hospital.

“I didn’t think anyone would ever want to be that sick, especially kids, because all they want to do is play and have fun,” Madeline, 10, told TODAY.com.

After her aunt — Kathi Reinhold, aka “Katiedo” — passed away on Sept. 1 from gastric cancer at 65 years old, Madeline came up with the idea to create chemotherapy kits for kids fighting cancer.

Madeline Domian created chemo kits for kids with cancer

Read more here: http://www.today.com/health/10-year-old-girl-creates-chemo-kits-kids-cancer-honor

Good News Day 35: Soup Kitchen Is Set Up Like A Restaurant So Homeless Can Dine With Dignity


One organization has souped up the traditional soup kitchen.

Kansas City Community Kitchen in Kansas City, Missouri, serves food restaurant-style to homeless people, a process which includes greeters, waiters and a side of respect.

Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/kansas-city-community-kitchen-restaurant-style-soup-homeless

Good News Day 34: New Procedure Allows Kidney Transplants From Any Donor


Thousands of patients languish on organ donor waiting lists because their immune systems would reject any transplanted organ that is not a match–until now.

Source: New Procedure Allows Kidney Transplants From Any Donor

Good News Day 33: What This Man Does For Cats In Syria Is A Little Glimpse Of Kindness


via Reuters / Daily Mail

In Syria, under the regime of President Bashar Al-Assad, the war that broke out has caused the majority of those living there to flee, leaving their pets alone and abandoned.

Many stray cats roam the streets of Aleppo, Syria’s biggest city and are left with nothing to eat. One man, however, has changed that.

Read more here: http://diply.com/shoko/article/kind-syria-cat-helper

Good News Day 32: Australian Tattoo Artist Offers to Cover Up Self-Harm Scars For Free


This young woman’s tattoos aren’t just incredibly beautiful – they’re also incredibly meaningful to people wanting to move beyond their past.

Source: Australian Tattoo Artist Offers to Cover Up Self-Harm Scars For Free

Good News Day 31: This Humanitarian in Nigeria Has Us Under Her Spell


Nigeria

Credit: Awomkenneth

While witch hunting is a shameful part of American history, in Nigeria, it is a deeply engraved part of their culture that concentrates primarily on children. Even though it is illegal to persecute “witches,” the practice is still widespread and other countries see it as a human rights violation. Humanitarian Anja Ringgren Loven is in the midst of the persecution, attempting to save and provide protection to children accused of witchcraft.

Read more here: http://the-daily.buzz/humanitarian-nigeria-under-spell/2/

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