Residents of a nursing home in Pennsylvania separated by social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic found a way to connect with each other.
Senior shoppers at Kroger across metro Atlanta were shocked find out that Tyler Perry had already paid their entire grocery tab.
An army veteran serenaded his wife of 38 years with a harmonica as the two were separated due to COVID-19 concerns.
A litter of foster kittens went on a magical field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.
A mother of five was cheered on by hospital staff as she left Staten Island University Hospital following a lengthy battle with COVID-19.
A World War II veteran from the Milwaukee area is 97 years old, but his dancing moves prove he's still young at heart.
"The kids were so happy and keep talking about seeing him again," said Louise Stockton, the woman who captured footage of the costumed man.
Each resident received a personalized painted rock. Retired Space Center volunteer Bob’s gift was decorated with a NASA rocket.
The trio of two brothers and a family friend then decided to find another use for their robotics and 3D printing experience. They spent two weeks creating and testing designs for masks based on the N95 model currently in high demand.
For some residents, it was a chance to see family members and an afternoon filled with smiles and tears.
Tram Le is making and giving away about 800 masks per day. She has received requests for masks from as far away as a medical center in San Antonio.
A young boy from London decided to go for a daring new hairstyle based off something he saw on TV.
Coronavirus isn't stopping this grandfather from Michigan from walking four miles to see his newborn granddaughter, even if it's through a glass door.
“This complete stranger... shared his precious masks with me, without my even asking,” Sarosh Ashraf Janjua wrote on Facebook.
Healthcare staff at Sant Joan de Deu thanked their non-healthcare colleagues with a round of applause for their hard work amid coronvirus pandemic.
Avery's return home was a huge relief and was made even better by a special surprise waiting for her, one that she had not seen coming.
A week ago, residents at Heartis Senior Living Clear Lake in Webster posted a photo to a Facebook asking for letters and drawings. Letters from across the country and world began pouring in even as far as Australia.
Two college students who recently lost their jobs decided to use their free time to design t-shirts with 100 percent of the proceeds going to charity.
On this Day of Hope, the DJs are praying with callers concerned about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Teachers at Sienna Crossing Elementary decided not to let coronavirus get in the way of a positive attitude!