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Category: Good Samaritans

Giving of yourself

October 14, 2014 |

I am blessed with the most amazing parents; my daddy is a big blood donor. He has passed that part on to me. One person’s blood donation can save three people’s lives; here is a life-saving example.

You see, when … Read More

Hang on to every word.

October 14, 2014 |

The other day I had to wait on a prescription. There was an elderly gentleman with a Marine’s cap on, so I told him I was married to a Marine to engage him. Then I just let this WWII veteran … Read More

Wrong address!

October 13, 2014 | 1

Big government comes part and parcel with heavy-handed police departments, and D.C. is about as “big government” as you can get! Hmm, somehow the liberals miss that correlation.

D.C. police were looking to find the perpetrator of a home invasion … Read More

Blood brothers

October 13, 2014 |

A tough Georgia cop relented, and gave social media a try as a last-ditch effort to find a kidney donor. Two families now share a special bond because of it.

Raleigh Callaway of Greensboro, North Carolina had some pretty adorable … Read More

A “boost” of hope!

October 8, 2014 |

I don’t have to tell y’all it’s harder than ever to make a living. Geez, I look back to the 80’s when I had far less education, yet was so much more prosperous (despite sporting “acid-washed” jeans).

Grace is getting … Read More

The importance of a mentor.

September 30, 2014 |

It’s often been said, “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear”. Well, I have been blessed to have a few Mentors in my life. My parents gave me a phenomenally solid foundation, and for that, I am eternally … Read More

Princess for a Day

September 9, 2014 |

If you were only eleven years old and had brain cancer, probably more than anything, you would wish you could just get away from your illness, if even for a little while.

Heroes n’ More is a group of grown-ups … Read More

Lemonade Stand, and Deliver

August 27, 2014 |

An eight year old girl took it upon herself to do for a disabled veteran what their country would not.

We are to have “faith as a child”, and this one is a blessing to watch and be inspired by. … Read More

In the Heartland, 9 Can Help

August 21, 2014 |

We here at Unhyphenated America love to share stories of Americans, helping other Americans. Contrary to popular belief, even with an oppressive and wasteful government taking more and more taxes from us, Americans have always been willing to open our … Read More

Tie One On

August 18, 2014 |

Somehow these days, the mundane is exceptional, and the ordinary extraordinary. Gage Boucher was literally “just doing his job” at a Publix grocery store when he saw a need.

Keith Kiel of Ormond, Florida was at a Publix grocery store, … Read More

Wheel Heroes

July 15, 2014 |

Marine Michael Sulsona gave his legs for his country in 1971 in the fields of Vietnam. The Veteran’s Administration isn’t exactly known for taking good care of those who served, risking both life and limb.

I sorta’ think that before … Read More

Oh, for but a CRUST of bread…..

July 2, 2014 | 2

I’m a sicko, I looove to clean; but going to the grocery store….not so much. Imagine my horror yesterday, when I saw a “naked mole rat” of a loaf of bread on the bread aisle: A loaf of CRUSTLESS bread! … Read More

Good Cop, Bad Cop??

May 18, 2014 |

I don’t know about you, my fellow Unhyphenated Americans, but the police frequently “hassle me”. No, not because of the color of my skin…but because of my physical handicap.

You see, I was raised in Germany. I actually learned how … Read More

Stranger Danger…or New Friend?

May 18, 2014 |

If you are over the age of 40, you are probably pretty familiar with the whole “Don’t talk to strangers” and “Stranger Danger” mantra of the 70’s and 80’s. One of the worst nightmares of any parent is the idea … Read More

Giving Up “Gaming” To Save Lives

April 24, 2014 |

Nine year old Hector Montoya of Grand Prairie, Texas was so moved by a news story he saw about a mother and young daughter who died in a house fire, he decided to do something about it; something great.

Hector … Read More

The Gift That Keeps Giving With Every Beat!

April 22, 2014 |

If this picture doesn’t grab your heart, you may just need a heart transplant yourself!  Susan Puckett, mother of a son who was killed in an accident , is able to listen to her son’s heart give life with every beat … Read More

Thank You, Temar!

July 16, 2013 |

By Tami Jackson
Five-year-old Jocelyn Rojas was snatched from her front yard on Thursday, apparently lured with an ice cream cone.
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Thousands of Birthdays!

April 9, 2013 |

The Cervantes family, in North Carolina, thinks that every child deserves a happy birthday. Since so many kids do not get one, they took it upon themselves to give it to them.

At this point, since 2005, they’ve now given … Read More

Pedro is Paying Rent with Lotto Win…Not Just His Own.

April 3, 2013 |

Pedro Quezada has won $338 million in Powerball. He will be paying his rent, of course, but also all of his neighbors’ rent.

For the next one or two months, every neighbor on Pedro’s block will live rent free. Surely, … Read More

89 Acts of Kindness

March 8, 2013 | 1

We love this. Taking a bad thing and turning it into good always wins!

18-year-old Samantha Manns has taken “pay it forward” to a new level. When her grandmother died in February at the age of 89, she turned her heartbreak … Read More

They Did WHAT With Their Winnings???

February 25, 2013 |

One whole Missouri town is benefitting from a couple’s Lottery winnings.

The Hill family won 290 million dollars. So far with that money, they’ve built a new fire station and funded multiple scholarships.

Can you guess what all they’ve bought for … Read More

Some Positive Celebrity News…For a Change

December 27, 2012 |

The list of the top 20 charitable celebs of 2012 is out.

Demi Lovato contributed to anti-bullying campaigns, and self-confidence programs. LeBron James gave time and money to his own organization (providing school supplies to 300 children). Robin Roberts was involved in bone marrow … Read More

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