White Dog and The White Dog Army
Wonderful World Wednesday
White Dog and her siblings know that every day millions of simple acts of kindness, positive deeds, and acts of genuine goodness take place and are never recorded in the headlines and may never be known to anyone beside the person brightening the world. These are the force that turn the world, the fuel of what makes hope possible.
We are always excited to share a story of an every day person who with a bit of creativity and effort adds to the "wonderfulness pool." A small thing which causes ripples and smiles and has a lasting impact that the giver may never even realize. A trifle, as they say, but huge in proving that when someone cares, the entire world gains courage to dream of a better, more compassionate future. Take the example of this young woman who provides opportunities for a happy moment in their own spotlight for sick children and lasting memories cherished by the families of those children. Meet Stephanie Angel, changing the world is a lovely delightful way...
Inspired by Sister's Death, Girl Helps Young Brain Tumor Patients Make Films
By Good News Network, March 25, 2013
Angelight Films is a non-profit production company that gives children with brain and spinal cord tumors the opportunity to express themselves by creating and even starring in their own short film.
Inspired by her sister who died of a brain tumor at age 5, Stephanie Angel founded Angelight Films as a creative outlet that helps children heal and recognize their inner light.
Visit the Angelight Films online to learn more and to donate: www.angelightfilms.org