Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine have been providing free healthcare for more than 20 years. Their unique way of serving their needy patients is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
In South Tampa, there is a barbecue joint along Dale Mabry that has a proud tradition going back more than 50 years. Their history of making great food is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
Terrence and Kim Brett lost their son in a tragic accident. They decided to keep his memory alive by helping others fulfill their dreams of going to college.
Pastor Bill Losasso's passion is to help the forgotten. He opened a place where the hurting could dream again and rebuild their lives.
The Reececliff Family Diner, which opened in 1934, is the oldest running restaurant in Lakeland.
Two former employees are now owners of the historic restaurant they worked at as teens. How they are keeping the legacy alive at Fat Willie's Fish Camp is what's right with Tampa Bay.
The owners of a West Tampa sandwich shop – a father and son – teamed up to follow their dream of owning their own business in West Tampa.
Ricky Sailors says he was able to get a college education and be a successful athlete thanks to the men who mentored him growing up and now he is giving back by being a mentor to young athletes.
Five thousand Bay Area children have new shoes for the summer thanks to Metropolitan Ministries and its $13 for 13 campaign with FOX 13.
It can be hard for teens aging out of foster care who want to go to college. The Knighten family has found purpose in helping these teens get a leg up.
Dr. Doug Politz never thought about being a doctor as a child, but a brother's health issue changed the course of his life and how he interacts with his patients.
A volunteer organization is helping children in foster care find hope. The Guardian Ad Litem for Children program in Tampa uses volunteers to advocate for neglected, abused, and abandoned children.
Finding people to volunteer as a little league coach or manager can be a daunting task. But this baseball manager has been doing it for more than 30 years and his service to the children in his community is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
A Tampa mother who was born with malignant hypertension is desperately searching for a kidney donor so she can regain her independence.
Professional photographer Agueda Sanfiz is excited to be taking part in the documentary family photography exhibit called "Picture (I'm) Perfect" at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa.
The Bay Area chapter of Ronald McDonald House is taking away some of the stress by providing food and a place to stay.
A local law enforcement dog breeder is giving away one of man's best friend to a military veteran for free. This gift to help a vet find a friend is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Claude and Mathann Carter planted themselves at Florida State Fair's Cracker Country nearly four decades ago and have no plans on leaving any time soon.
Judy Marley, 81, is described as a bundle of energy that has been volunteering at Clothes for Kids for the past 17 years.
A running group for girls in third through eighth grades is more about setting goals than racing.