TODAY's "Everyone Has a Story" series spotlights Sloan O'Dell Mayer and her husband, Nathan, who had difficulties when trying to fulfill their dream of having...
All Andrew Little wanted was holiday cards, and strangers from across the country made that wish come true in a huge way.
There was a lot of kindness to go around in 2016. These are some of the moments you liked and shared the most on Facebook. Grab a box of tissues and continue...
Laura Schroff is co-author of "Angels on Earth," which features inspiring true stories of connections that changed lives. Psychologist Dr. Dale Atkins joins...
Many animal lovers want to help older shelter pets but worry about big veterinary bills. Old Dog Haven finds ways to solve for that.
As he fights a battle with cancer, one 6-year-old boy is concerned with helping other children, so he started a hot cocoa stand.
They have no idea why they receive letters addressed to Santa every year, but this couple finds a way to fulfill every one.
When they saw a friend wearing shoes that were too small, a group of high school students banded together to give the teen some new ones.
After the Louisiana floods, five food bank employees were given a holiday gift they'll never forget (By TODAY with our sponsor Walmart).
It's the latest from friendly exes Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen, who often share sentimental and silly family photos on social media.
At his Florida ranch, decorated veteran Tice Ridley welcomes fellow veterans with PTSD in need of friendship, fun and supportive services.
A hangar at Delta's terminal transformed into the "North Pole" so children with special needs could have their dream of meeting Santa come true.
Cynthia Germanotta, Lady Gaga's mom, and Natalie Hawkins, Gabby Douglas' mom, have successfully navigated a sometimes-mean world while keeping their kids focused...
"Everyone deserves a family. No one should be written off if they have special needs, just because it's going to be hard."
Easy, healthy and impressive. Ina Garten might just have nailed the perfect weeknight dinner with her roast chicken and broccolini recipes.
Daniel Medina and his sons had just left the mall when they spotted a man shoveling snow from his wheelchair.
Two families from different backgrounds came together to prove that generosity is really what the holiday season is all about.
With a simple tweet that went viral, a British man helped his mother make her handcraft knitting business an internet success.
"You don't have to give up anything to donate": An ordinary cotton swab can help save a person's life.
"Day to day, I can get so weary trying to keep up. They came in and brought with them what I consider the truer meaning of Christmas."
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A women's motorcycle club has become a breast-milk bank's go-to courier for rushing milk to premature and sick babies in New York City.
A study looked at whether parents value acts of kindness or achievements by their children more. The answer might surprise you.
He lost his father in the line of duty, but two very special teddy bears will help this 2-year-old boy keep a piece of his dad always.
When this mom came home after 11 months of military duty, she found a way to surprise her son... with a little help from Santa.
On a surprise visit to a homeless shelter for LGBT youth, the star shared how kindness has helped her through a struggle with PTSD.
"Saturday Night Live" star Vanessa Bayer had leukemia when she was a teenager. But she remained upbeat, thanks to her friends and family.
As an interim caregiver, mom-of-three Ann Lapin nurtures infants when their parents are unable to.
In an emotional video, kids from low-income backgrounds are given the choice between getting a gift, or giving one to their parents.
After getting turned down from volunteering at a soup kitchen because of their age, twins Max and Jake Klein, 14, started their own charity.
Three years after shaving his head in solidarity with a boy battling leukemia, former President George H.W. Bush shared some very good news.
Teased by her classmates because she has epilepsy, this 14-year-old pageant queen is working to educate others about the condition.
School bus driver Cindy Clausen wrote to the parents of two riders last week to tell them "how beautiful your children are, inside and out!"
Army veteran Lance Lambert, who stutters, revealed his everyday struggle in a viral video of him reading a children's book to his daughter.
Having a preemie plunges parents into an unknown world. One NICU mom shares her journey through pain, trauma, uncertainty and, also, hope.
One mom's mission to make custom, easy to wear outfits for premature babies has taken off in a big way.
She's collected more than 13,000 boxes of crayons for children in pediatric hospitals, but Ella Tryon isn't stopping there.
Amanda Moore noticed new student Rafael Anaya struggled to make friends, so she wrote the Spanish speaker a note using a translation app.
Aidan Jackson, 14, decided to turn a tragic loss into an empowering movement to help others.
It was story time for Paula Riggs' third-grade class. Little did she know the story was about to take a surprise twist!
A United Airlines pilot surprised his son by serving as the captain for his flight home after a nine-month deployment in Kuwait.
Kelli Bannister's son took a smartphone snapshot that's been seen by thousands across the Internet.