After a young girl overcame her own battle with cancer, she decided to deliver bags of fun to other children fighting their own battle.
On a typical day, you'll find Joanna Taft at the Harrison Center for the Arts doing what she does best: building her community.
A local woman was taking steps to connect her neighbors by creating trails in her community.
What would you do without a best friend? It's even more difficult for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
One woman who is planting seeds of knowledge with urban youth has created a garden where numerous educational opportunities grow.
Dave Miner has traveled as far as Africa to feed hungry children – a mission that even a plane crash in a third world country hasn't deterred.
Butler University student Liz Niemiec has made it her mission to grant "little wishes" to young people battling cancer.
On Tuesday evening, RTV6 honored the unsung heroes that have been featured over the past year as part of the Jefferson Awards.
A Perry Township woman who always puts children first has been chosen to receive this month's prestigious Jefferson Award for giving back to…
RTV6 is proud to associate with the Jefferson Awards to tell the stories of those who give back to the community.
One woman is helping homeless children continue to learn after their school day ends. Her program, School on Wheels , aims to inspire…
When Rob Staley was a public school principal, he realized many of the troubled kids were falling through the cracks of the school system and…
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