Kevin is an educator at a high school program for students diagnosed with autism. He is dedicated to giving his students the same opportunities as everyone else, so he is raising money to throw them a special prom at a great venue.
Jason Pinardo is planning a pop-up dinner for 150 Philadelphians living in homelessness. In just one week, he was able to surpass his goal and now has the funds to make this event a reality. Jason hopes that those who attend this dinner leave with a full stomach and a sense of hope.
Gregory "Catman" Good is a well-known superfan of the Carolina Panthers, and has never missed a single home game since 1995. When he attends their games, he can be seen sporting a bright blue costume, complete with a wacky wig and a Panthers cape. To repay the joy he has brought to so many over the years, Catman's friends and fans are helping to send him to Santa Clara this weekend to cheer on his beloved team.
Marseille Allen is among many good samaritans who are making a difference for the people of Flint, Michigan by raising money to deliver safe drinking water to families in need. Marseille started out with a modest goal of $1,000, but she never expected just how much momentum her cause would gain, and how many lives she would be able to touch because of it.
Garrett FitzGerald was on duty as a Federal Agent in the United States Secret Service when the car he was riding in was hit head-on by another vehicle. Garrett survived, but was left with extensive injuries. This campaign was created to aid Garrett and his fiancée, Joan, as they begin the long road to recovery.
Jake has been extremely active all his life. Sadly, at the age of 9, he was declared legally blind due to a rare genetic disease. Deciding not to let this setback define the rest of his life, Jake learned to do all the things he used to, but now without his vision. He wants to raise enough money for the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind to be able to provide students with the opportunity to try sports, so he is running a marathon to raise awareness.
On December 2nd, the city of San Bernardino experienced an unthinkable tragedy as two shooters opened fire at the Inland Regional Center, killing 14 people and injuring 21 more. The mayor of San Bernardino created this campaign to support the victims and their families, and the response has been amazing.
Rebecca and Jason Conci have three young daughters, two of whom are fighting the same rare genetic disease. The past few years have been filled with visits to the doctor, hospital stays, intense operations, and many health scares. A family friend created this campaign to help pay off the Conci family's home so that they can put all of their focus into caring for their daughters.