NBA Star Delivers Backpacks and Smiles for Hometown Kids Before gearing up for the 2016-17 season with the Los Angeles Clippers, Jamal Crawford makes sure kids in his hometown are set up for success in school.

SeaTac elementary school teachers surprised with school supplies Paraeducator Linda Elmore helped orchestrate a memorable surprise for the 34 teachers at Bow Lake Elementary in SeaTac, Washington, in preparation for a new school year.

As Baton Rouge cleans up from flood, relief supplies help fill the gap As Baton Rouge families continue cleaning up their homes and assessing losses after August's massive flood, local churches and aid groups are filling the gap for many with relief supplies.

New roof keeps West Virginia family safe and dry When a hail storm badly damaged Robert Whitmeyer's roof in West Virginia, World Vision's warehouse in Appalachia provided new shingles to assist the family of six.


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