A show about small acts of kindness, unlikely friendships and other things that bring good to the world.
Almost half of all Australians experience loneliness – a little or a lot. So why can’t we try to beat it together?
Need a hug? Meet some of the crafty knitters who lovingly hand make Trauma Teddies and put smiles on the faces of kids and adults alike.
Enter into the world of the Rundle Street store; where the people are just as surprising as the items you’ll find.
What’s it like going into prison? What are the inmates like? Find out about life on the inside in this candid chat with volunteers Brian and Jess.
Stanley started at Sunshine Coast University earlier this year, doing the foundation studies needed to start on the health and medical subjects he’s enrolled in.
Telecross volunteers around the country make more than 7000 phone calls every day, even on Christmas Day. That’s thousands of connections that are a positive start to a person’s day.
People are carrying out acts of kindness every day and we want to encourage more of it!
When a grandmother and her twin granddaughters arrived at the Miriam Vale evacuation centre seeking refuge from bushfires, volunteer Joy sprang into action to help them get to their formal.
Rhonda is on call around the clock as a volunteer with one of our youth justice programs. She explains what inspires her to help young people going through tough times.