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Jared Guynes was hosting an event in Dallas, Texas, where he had to supply food. Well, an ordering error led to him order way too many pizzas. Instead of tossing the pies, Jared did a good thing. He climbed into a Fisker Karma and began delivering the pizzas to homeless people in the area. To learn more, we spoke to Jared.
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Stuart Edge isn't just about magic. He's also about generosity! Check out his new trick that was designed to help those in need and inspire others to pay it forward.
Stuart Edge is back with another awesome magic trick that is sure to make you smile! Using $1000 of his own money, Stuart took to the streets of Provo and Orem, Utah to give hope to some people living on the streets. After an obligatory fist pump, Stuart used magic to make $100 appear in the hands of 10 homeless men and women. If only fist pumps really made money magically appear... Find out what the hosts thought.
Race Across America's "Team Barrow" is raising money for Barrows Neurological Institute by cycling across the country in a non-stop relay race in just six days! The team will face rough terrain and potentially harsh weather. RightThisMinute Skyped with two of the participants to tell us more about the race and why they are raising money.
For the third year in a row, a group of friends came together to ride their bikes to raise money and awareness for HIBM (Hereditary Inclusion Body Myopathy), a rare genetic progressive and severely debilitating muscle condition. This year, the Bike for Kam crew cycled from Los Angeles to San Diego, raising over $16,000. A grassroots project, 100% of donations go directly to HIBM Medical Research. RightThisMinute Skyped with Kam and a group of her supporters in preparation for last years ride, check that out here.
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To raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project, Ernie Torres, a skydiving instuctor who served in the US Navy and has a black belt in karate, combined his passions and attempted to set a new world record most recently set by the Green Power Ranger (mixed martial artist Jason David Frank). RightThisMinute Skyped with Ernie who told us more about how he pulled this off!
Jerry had one goal in life. That was to become an astronaut. He maintained a perfect GPA in school, flew planes, and attended college at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Sadly, Jerry was involved in a dirt bike accident that left him paralyzed. After suffering a brain injury later, Jerry needs stem cell therapy. They have created a crowd funding website to get him there.
Pretty much everyone in the world has heard of Coca-Cola. Now, the mega-corporation is acting a peacemaker for India and Pakistan. Their new Small World machines allow someone in India and someone in Pakistan to meet while they buy a coke.
Over the past few days, several tornados have touched down in different parts of Oklahoma. Now communities and people are trying to piece their lives back together- and they have been using social media to do so. One Facebook page in particular has garnered attention around the globe. The page is for people looking to recover documents and photographs- things that may have blown away in the storm and dropped in other parts of the state. RightThisMinute talked to one woman, Bo Baucom, who has recovered several priceless photographs thanks to this Facebook page.
Abercrombie & Fitch, American clothing company known for their sex appeal and overpowering fragrance, has been getting a lot of heat for controversial statements their CEO, Mike Jeffries, has recently made. The 68-year-old has been demonized for refusing to sell XL and XXL sized women's clothing, because he doesn't want larger women wearing his clothes, saying "In every school there are the cool kids, and then there are the not-so-cool-kids. We go after the cool kids. A lot of people don't belong, and they can't belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely." On top of that, when clothing is damaged, Abercrombie has said it would rather burn clothes than give them to poor people. So, in a controversial campaign, Greg Karber is trying to re-brand the company, by imploring people to donate all of their A&F clothing to homeless shelters. But, is this idea funny and clever, or degrading to the homeless population?
Last year, we brought you a story about a documentary movie called Landfill Harmonic. The film is about an organization that has turned trash into musical instruments that sound exactly like ones you would buy at a store. Poor and underprivileged children formed an amazing orchestra using these instruments. Those behind film started a Kickstarter project to help finish the project. To learn more about the film, we spoke to Alejandra Amarilla Nash about her involvement.
Not too long ago, we brought you a story about a homeless man and his unique ability to make his glorious mustache dance. The YouTube channel Whatever liked him so much, they set up a charity website for him when their video went viral. With a goal of $1,000, they reached $3,000 in the blink of an eye.
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