Grateful homeowner, 85, credits the nonprofit for improving the quality of her live and home.
Team Terri: 'Nobody should go without a Christmas'
Wellness program is blend of instruction, encouragement and fun for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
When medical complexity became family's new reality and in-home care wasn't enough for their daughter, couple found an ideal support system.
Traditional insurance plans have exclusions for medical treatment in foreign countries. Simple precaution can spare you considerable headache, expense.
Working experience with No More Empty Pots is "fearless" stepping stone to fulfilling a dream.
You're never too old to open your mind to the concept of focusing on the ‘now,' practitioners say.
You may be 50, but you don't feel a day over 35, right? That attitude can actually increase your longevity.
"Do something," her heart told her, and so she spent two weeks volunteering at a disaster resource center. Thousands like her donated more than 21,000 hours to the cause.
“I didn’t have anything to lose," says Jessie Green, who enrolled in the nonprofit's Fresh Start program, turned her life around and now helps others in need.
Tabitha Meals on Wheels has a trooper in 22-year-old Keegan Smith
As the weather warms, head out for some active memory-making.
Adoption elevates couple's desire to help other families with at-risk children
“Everyone who does volunteer work has their own story,” says volunteer Darrell Henning.
Bekah Jerde “kind of thought life was over" until she found herself doing community service at Radio Talking Book Service. Today, "life is so much fuller than I would have ever imagined."
Komen Nebraska Race for the Cure is Karen Crawford's way of confronting a relentless bully.
Grant helps with purchase of new bicycles, which means less maintenance needs to be done, saving time and resources.
“I either had to get busy living or get busy dying.” Today, he's managing his disease without insulin or medication.
At 265 pounds today, Blue Cross and Blue Shield member no longer needs medication to control his diabetes.
Cornhusker State Games is a family affair. “Our house is a wrestling house,” the champ says. “I’m surprised we don’t have holes in the walls.”
Dennis De Leon drove by the office three times before working up the nerve to step inside.
“I learn so much from the kids, and they learn so much from me.” Including a few hip-hop moves.
At retreats, attendees share fears, concerns and hopes.
Richard Webb was either going to be constructive or destructive. He made the right choice.