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Going Beyond Packing Out What You Pack In
There are so many beautiful places to explore in this world. Some are hidden away and untarnished but others are very accessible. The tragedy associated with accessible destinations are that since they are more easily enjoyed by more people, they can fall victim to littering. On a recent trip to Gold Strike Hot Springs near
Parking Lot Pay It Forward Leads to Tears and Hugs
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKV9KG2P1cw&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Generally, when a person has to go to the Social Security Administration Building it is not for something good, and in Salt Lake City you have to pay to park in the SSA parking lot, making the experience that much worse. This prompted Brandy Vega to go out and do a good deed.
Giving Comfort and Prayers at a Coffee Shop Drive-Thru
It was a touching sight at a Dutch Bros Coffee stand in Vancouver, where workers comforted and prayed with a woman who just lost her husband. “We’re going to do what we do every time we get someone who’s in pain or hurt. We’re going to give them our love.” Posted by FOX 12 Oregon
Dead Teen Leaves Lasting Legacy
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVpvJQ4t7oc&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Nate Ford impacted the lives of people around him since he was a little boy. His parents always knew he was special. They would often talk about the great responsibility they had in raising Nate. They didn’t realize that reason he was special was because his mission here was very short. Nate died
Two Elderly Vets Stranded and Sick Find Help in the Classifieds
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9msxL0cx6Yg&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Korean War veteran Waid Clizbe and his son, Vietnam War veteran Robert Clizbe, came into Salt Lake City Utah from Elko Nevada to visit the VA hospital for Waid’s cancer treatment when the truck they were driving broke down. These gentlemen didn’t intend on an extended stay in Salt Lake City. They had
There are a lot of amazing people in this world
I had been struggling after getting into an abusive relationship. I ended up having to leave my job because my partner at the time would turn my alarms off and would text my bosses acting as if he was me. After a couple weeks my money started running out so I ended up scrounging my
Charity Remodel For A Community House In Great Need
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFUKvBWVTxk&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Cancer Wellness House is a program 100% committed to ensuring no one faces cancer alone. It is a place of hope, learning and support for anyone whose life has been affected by cancer. Their building, a historic home in the University Neighborhood Historic District of Salt Lake City, was in desperate need of
Warming Bodies and Souls on a Cold Rainy Day
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAUu4fnEpFo&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Brandy Vega, with GDR, stopped by a local Mexican restaurant in Salt Lake City on a recent cold and rainy day. She ordered up 20 burritos and hit the streets looking for people who might be in need of a warm meal. In about 30 minutes Brandy was able to make sure that
Noah Gets His Wheels
[vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvZAjMY_1gk&rel=0&showinfo=0″] Noah Harper, age 10, is in a wheelchair. He was micro-preemie, born at 24 weeks. He has cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, he’s legally blind, and he has some autism. For two years now his family has been trying to put together enough money to get a wheelchair accessible van. Now with help from the
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