A Love of Cars and a Love of Children Fuels Charitable Group's Good WorksIn the span of four years, the group that calls itself "Carz N' Toyz" has donated about $300,000 worth of toys and medical equipment.
Martice Sutton, Helping Teen Girls Gain a Global OutlookSutton thinks that travel to foreign countries can expand one's horizons, and she's helping West Philadelphia teenage girls do just that.
Helping Women in Need With Some Intimate Necessities Joanie Balderstone and Rebecca McIntire realized that struggling women in Camden needed, in addition to donated clothing, some real basics: brassieres and sanitary products.
Susan Love, Putting Students in Touch With Their Roots and Their CreativityLove is a schoolteacher in North Philadelphia who inspires her students and, she says, was inspired by them in turn.
A Young Girl's Grown-Up Idea For Helping OthersWhen Madeline Hoffman's grandmother taught her how to sew, she decided put her newfound skills to good use by creating wheelchair and walker bags for those in need.
Marnie Schneider, Using Sports To Help Kids ThriveThe granddaughter of onetime Eagles' owner Leonard Tose is grateful for the opportunities that sports gave her in her life, so she's helping young people benefit from sports programs.
The 'Jewels of Islam'The Jewels of Islam is believed to be one of the only Muslim women's outreach organizations for seniors in Pennsylvania.
Woody Wolfe, Minstering To Young Patients With Song"Things that we let bend us out of shape, these kids just take in stride," says Wolfe, 60, who founded Heart to Hand Ministries in 1992.
Paul 'Earthquake' Moore, Helping His Community All Year LongFormer boxer Paul "Earthquake" Moore, a Philadelphia native, spent his young days without, so he's devoted his adult life to making sure others have more.
Rita Waters, Called in Retirement to Volunteer"My father taught me that we need to support where we come from, and we need to support it with time, with spirit, with money," she says. "And I believe that God leads us in everything that we do."
Josh Craft, Helping Kids 'Rock To The Future'"I was a volunteer for two years, and I worked four jobs just so I could pay my rent," says Craft. "It's been a struggle, but it's incredible to see how it's benefiting these kids."
Victor Baidal, Inspiring Nine-Year-OldVictor Baidal, 9, is a self-proclaimed "old soul."