Before founding MTN OPS, CEO Trevor Farnes and his wife found themselves in a desperate situation with no money and no food for their family. Through their faith and prayers, someone came to their rescue. As a result the MTN OPS team and it’s customers have returned the favor in over 700,000 ways. See how they did it in our latest Stiry Original.
Some kids have never had a bed before. In fact, millions of kids right here in the United States are sleeping on the floor. Sleep in Heavenly Peace Boise is changing that. “No kid sleeps on the floor in our town.” Now Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a national phenomenon, with 115 Chapters in 39 States.
-A Stiry Original presented by SelectHealth.
Losing her identify came at a price. However, a powerful discovery eclipsed all that was lost.
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When Donna Macbean discovered that 1163 children were homeless in her county and 40% are receiving free lunch, she decided to do something about it. All from a small garage in Santa Clara, UT. Every Friday volunteers assemble food packs containing several meals and snacks for kids who aren’t getting enough food over the weekend. Neighborhood Connection has helped hundreds of children with food insecurities right in their own backyard….actually, right in their garage.
This is a story about a superhero that is stronger than cancer. Emerson was diagnosed with leukemia when he was only two years old. He has battled this disease with a contagious smile and perspective beyond his years. Emerson shows us all how to deal with trials. “Feel the Thunder” little guy!
-World Premiere of Emerson’s story presented by The Tyler Robinson Foundation and Imagine Dragons
Power chairs aren’t even a possibility for most kids in need. Until now. Five engineering students from Brigham Young University created a motorized chair that weighs just over 20 pounds and costs under $400 (compare this to other chairs that weigh hundreds of pounds and cost upwards of $15,000). The coolest part about this invention, families can build it themselves. In more ways than one, this invention is allowing children in need the opportunity to be a normal child again.