After the deadly insurrection of the US Capitol carried out by pro-Trump supporters, a group of veterans helped to clean the streets of Washington, D.C. and remove the marks left by the hatred and violence of January 6th. The effort was organised by the non-profit group Continue to Serve, a group of military veterans who support social justice causes including Black Lives Matter, voter safety and immigration.
Specialist agency MMC has been contacting communities to tackle misinformation and coronavirus vaccine hesitancy.
Melissa Gillen has been using her mind coaching skills to help support her community, getting people together to take walks and this Christmas has been delivering food hampers to members of the community who’ve been nominated by others.
“This Santa wears his turban with pride.. and the white beard I have already got."
After a year of lockdowns, quarantines and self-isolation, we could all do with a little joy right now. And while you can’t always control what happens to you, you can control how you respond to it. We’ve asked therapist Lucy Beresford for tips on how to stay positive and keep our spirits up during challenging times.
Pubs in Carlisle and Clapham are all out of Scotch eggs, but worry for their older regulars.
Volunteering dropped off during the second lockdown, but there are ways to give back this holiday season.
They're all designed by kids! Our favourite has to be the Christmas reinduck.
World Kindness Day is upon us – so we're celebrating our community heroes.
Same doorstep spirit, only this time you're cheering on Santa.