Emily Bugg, 33, and Billy Lewis, 34, were supposed to celebrate the biggest day of their lives this year: their wedding. But because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Illinois couple had no choice but to cancel the much-awaited event. However, they had already paid some of their huge wedding expenses, including a $5,000 catering deposit
An Indian businessman who made his fortune in the trade of cloth and wheat celebrated his daughter’s wedding in a non-traditional way – by building 90 homes for the poor. A specific picture immediately comes to mind when we think of Indian weddings. We imagine elaborate outfits, a multitude of guests, and a lavish ceremony
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, a landlord in Maine has pledged to help his six tenants by declaring that he will not be collecting rent in April. Nathan Nichols understands that the COVID-19 outbreak has taken a heavy toll on the finances of his residents, and he hopes this act will give them some relief. He
Latonya Young, 43, finally received her college degree from Georgia State University last month, all thanks to a generous Uber passenger who made it possible. Latonya, a single mother of three sons, works as a hairstylist and became a driver for both Uber and Lyft five years ago to make ends meet for her family.
A Vietnam veteran from Florida named Mike Esmond understood what it was like to live a life of hardship. Back then, he and his three daughters went through a very cold Christmas when their heat and power were shut off due to nonpayment. To prevent other families from going through the same, he paid for
We all have something we want to save for. Just like others, Sunshine Oelfk, an adorable 5-year-old little girl had been inserting coins and bills to her piggy bank for several months. Apparently, the little girl is saving for something she would like to have. Her grandmother, Jackie Oelfke, was curious because Sunshine had not
When a student was not able to attend his class, it is only a must for him to submit an excuse letter when he returns to the school. Teachers are used to receiving excuse letters for being sick, attending an errand, a family’s death, or an emergency. However, a teacher from the Philippines was left