'Degenerate Do-gooders' Create Nonprofit 'The Block Gives Back' To Revitalize CityThree years ago, Tommy Rouch teamed up with some of his Lincoln High buddies and decided to make a difference by feeding those in need.
GameChangers: Movita Johnson-Harrell, Changing The Game By Stopping The KillingMovita Johnson Harrell is a warrior woman working to annihilate gun violence.
GameChangers: Andrew L. Hicks, Changing The Game By Building BridgesThe Andrew Hicks Jr. Foundation provides mentoring and leadership opportunities for kids from Chester from grades 5 to 10.
GameChangers: Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, Using The Game To Change LivesThe non-profit was established by Philadelphia Flyers Founder Ed Snider more than a decade ago.
GameChangers: Helen Brown, Changing The Game By Transforming HomeHelen Brown is a sweet, yet powerful force in her lower North Philadelphia neighborhood.
GameChangers: Ask Lupus, Changing The Game By Raising AwarenessAniysha, Sakeena, and Kareema are the A-S-K in ASK Lupus, a non-profit organization created to educate, advocate for, and support black women dealing with lupus.
Bobby Hill, Changing The Game One Song At A TimeSinger Robert Wesley Hill aka "Bobby Hill" wowed the world when the soprano sang flawlessly for Pope Francis in 2015.
GameChangers: LaQuisha Anthony, Changing The Game One Voice At A TimeLaQuisha Anthony's passion is making sure women have space to speak out.
GameChangers: Cathedral Kitchen Changes The Game One Bowl At A Time In CamdenLocated on Federal Street in Camden, it's the only soup kitchen in the heart of a diverse city where nearly 4-in-10 residents live below the line to poverty.
GameChangers: Al Harris & Cancer Who?, Changing The Game One Patient At A TimeAl Harris is founder of Cancer Who?, an organization that helps families bear the burden that comes with a cancer diagnosis.
GameChangers: Saudia Shuler, Changing The Game One Plate At A TimeSaudia Shuler a.k.a. "Saud" is known for her personality and for her no-nonsense approach to people and life.
GameChangers: Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, Opening Pages Of Books To ChildrenDressed in red and olive green colored fabrics and designer boots, you feel Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati's presence when she walks into a room.