No. 4: Operation Beautiful

The catalyst: Caitlin Boyle was writing environmental compliance documents for a land developer. But writing legal docs and analyzing the development’s environmental impact from the confines of...

No. 10: An Angel in Queens

The catalyst: Every weekday, Jorge Munoz starts his shift at 5:15 a.m. He drives a school bus, picking up elementary schoolchildren at a bus stop and dropping them off at a few schools on Long Island...

No. 9: Secret Agent L

The catalyst: By day, blogger Laura Miller, 32, worked as an administrative assistant at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her busy workload — booking schedules, managing...

No. 8: Donald Arthur

The catalyst: Donald Arthur, a retired bookkeeper, suffered from multiple health concerns, smoked, drank heavily, and didn’t watch what he ate. His careless habits as a young man contributed to...

No. 7: Phoebe’s Food Bank

The catalyst: Five-year-olds ask a lot of questions. One that Phoebe Russell asked her mother was, Why do the homeless live that way? It’s a question that seemed unanswerable. In Phoebe’s...

No. 6: Friendfactor

The catalyst: Bullying captured headlines in 2010, but a sad spate of suicides, including that of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi, shifted public attention to harassment of gay kids. Swift...

No. 5: Wonder Capes

The catalyst: Are superheroes for real? Amy Pankratz just might qualify. Like many superheroes, the stay-at-home mother from Sioux Falls, South Dakota,  discovered her powers by accident. One cold...

No. 3: KidSwing

The catalyst: Ben Sater was 3 years old when he received his first surgery on his pinky and thumb for trigger finger, a condition that causes fingers to lock in a bent position. When he was 10, he...

Inspiring Acts

Inspiring Acts Abby’s Lemonade Daily Ocean KidSwing Operation Beautiful Wonder Capes Friendfactor Phoebe’s Food Bank Donald Arthur Secret Agent L An Angel in Queens Changing the world starts with...

No. 1: Abby’s Lemonade

The catalyst: Eight-year-old Abby Enck frequently accompanied her 6-year-old brother, Cameron, born with cerebral palsy, to Lutheran General Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois....

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