Diapers, food... and lovies. Backpacks stocked by American moms aim to restore some hope to children caught up in the refugee crisis.
A new mom with post-pregnancy cancer penned a children's book to explain to kids what happens when a parent fights the disease.
Can they be disciplined for kneeling during the Pledge of Allegiance in their classrooms? Is it legal to throw them off their teams?
I was 12, at school three blocks from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, when the planes hit the towers and changed everything.
How to help: In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, charities are listing their most-needed items in online wish lists.
A new program sponsored by Whirlpool found that putting washing machines in schools improved attendance rates and participation.
After discussing the Charlottesville news coverage with her son, Stacey Steinberg called her 98-year-old grandfather, a Holocaust survivor.
"I taught all of my children that all men and women are created equal... Evidently Peter has chosen to unlearn these lessons."
A special summer camp and after-school program gives children with incarcerated parents a place where they can feel like they belong.
Nearly 50 years old, Lisa Harper had given up on becoming a mom when she learned of an HIV positive orphan in Haiti who needed a family.
Why would parents encourage their kids to jump in muddy puddles and make a mess? It goes back to one little boy's wish... and Peppa Pig.
Prince Harry loves sports and loves to give back. On Friday morning, he did both.
Mila was a vibrant little girl, until the mysterious symptoms started. Now her parents are in a desperate fight against Batten disease.
The "New Kids on the Block" star left a huge tip at a Waffle House in Charlotte, North Carolina — but his generosity didn't stop there.
Parents protect their children with car seats and life jackets, so why are we worried about insulting other parents by asking about guns?
Americans are writing letters to refugee children and their families, offering a bit of hope and comfort in their darkest hours.
Arizona seventh grader Olivia Vella, 13, delivered a passionate slam poem about what it's like to be made fun of for being smart.
She thought that calling her uncle's killer had been a mistake. And then a few kind words changed everything.
Kim Smith couldn't find any dance studios that would take her daughter, who has low-functioning autism. So she started a new kind of class.
It's hard to see the images of Syrian children suffering and not want to help. Don't feel powerless. Here's how you can act.
When a principal's 5-year-old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia, his school community rallied around her favorite movie, "Trolls."
One high school girl created a club to help immigrant and refugee students find friends and fit in. And teachers see a difference.
Do this now! It's so easy! Brighten the day for hospitalized kids by sending them a cute animal valentine — and they'll also get a donation.
As a tornado approached, a mom strapped her 2-month-old daughter into her car seat and never let go, even as they were lifted into the air.
An 8-year-old survivor of bone cancer is making a sweet plea to President Trump, asking for his help with pediatric cancer research funding.
Volunteer cuddlers hold babies experiencing opioid withdrawal; the cuddling often means babies need less medication and go home sooner.
A 17-year-old terminally ill girl from Canada is spreading acts of kindness worldwide through her hashtag, #BeccaToldMeTo.
A random of act of kindness from a stranger helped this family remember that people do care.
While watching "Frozen" with her family, one college student had an idea that would bring magic into the lives of thousands of sick kids.
One legislator's flip response to a mom of a child with Type 1 diabetes is shining a light on this community of fierce parent advocates.
Author Glennon Doyle Melton is rallying followers to help to families in need this holiday season, calling it "the kind of love we need."
A letter that 6-year-old Lex Camilleri wrote after a classmate called her autistic brother "weird" has gone viral on Facebook.
A friendship between two moms and a doctor in Aleppo, Syria, sparked an awareness building about the worst humanitarian crisis since WWII.
Sandy Hook Promise's Nicole Hockley says that "Say Something Week" can teach kids and parents how to look for the signs to prevent tragedy.
A mother and daughter team create a video that teaches kids what "consent" means.
Spanx founder Sara Blakely started the Belly Art Project to celebrate pregnancy and to help women worldwide through Every Mother Counts.
Whether you support Trump or Hillary, you think your kids will do the same... but beware the Alex P. Keaton effect.
This acoustic version of Twisted Sister's classic "We're Not Gonna Take It" is part of magician Criss Angel's effort to raise money for pediatric cancer.
The moms of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are banding together and finding ways to lift one another up in the wake of the city's tragic flooding.
A haunting photo of a 5-year-old Syrian boy inside an ambulance has reminded the world of the severity of the ongoing war in that nation.
When hate speech turned up on his front doorstep, this dad decided not to hide it from his kids.
"I'm frustrated that we can't see just how big a job these incredibly underpaid teachers are undertaking."