A group of Sun City Center men are using music to bring joy to their community.
After-school programs for elementary school children can be expensive and hard to find. The Boys & Girls Club just made it easier.
Two brothers have turned their love of reading into a mission to get under-served students books.
For Manny Holmes, a life-altering car crash changed his life forever, but with the help of a local non-profit he is getting better.
The Bradenton foster mom adopted four siblings. She's been working with children since she was 13 years old and spent 20 years as a teacher.
Saving for college can be a daunting task, especially with the cost of food and housing going up, but a Bay Area head start program is helping families stash cash away for higher education.
More than 20,000 children in Florida have limited mobility because of physical disabilities, and just getting around to minimal tasks can be a big chore.
A Bay Area man who was bored after retiring from a corporate job in computers is using his spare time to help others with technology.
A civil rights activist who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King chose to spend her 92nd birthday in Tampa.
A Brooksville realtor is making his mark in the culinary world. He just appeared on a national cooking show and his road to culinary success is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Marine veteran Mike Delancey's life changed forever when he was injured overseas while serving in his second deployment. It's the reason he celebrates his "alive day" each year on September 1, the day he survived.
A 17-year-old baker was recently named the best in Bradenton.
Christian Vorderbrueggen is making a big impact on the world of social media. She's an influencer with more than 280,000 followers who shares outfits, home decor, motherhood, and anything that happens to come into her life.
With many families struggling to make ends meet, a Pinellas County non-profit has stepped in to do something no one else is doing - turning houses into homes.
A Bay Area man who turned his life around after killing someone while driving drunk as a teenager turned his life around and is helping those struggling with addiction.
School is in session and some children need a helping hand when it comes to clothing. A dedicated group of volunteers is helping students whose families struggle to buy clothes for school.
A Tampa Bay based non-profit decided to use their miniature horse Honey to give back to others.
A 40-member band made up of retirees entertains the Sun City Center crowd every Wednesday and hopes to inspire the next generation.
Libraries can start a child's love for learning at an early age, and local library's program is helping jump start children's education.
A veteran who received a free business suit from the Gary Sinise Foundation got a chance to personally thank the actor for helping him dress for success as he sought employment in the civilian world.