Inclusion means all participate and all belong. Video includes personal experiences related to inclusion from the Champions of Inclusion honorees at the National Inclusion Project 2012 Champions Gala. The National Inclusion Project serves to bridge the gap that exists between young people with disabilities and the world around them. For more information, visit www.inclusionproject.org.
Troops get in the spirit of Christmas
As if they couldn't get better...
An unbelievable amount of donated money for one year.
The Earth friendliest IndieGogo campaigns you'll want to give a little green to.
Bike ride funded by free kindness pledges!
A tragic loss spurs the creation of a much needed building in the city Grand Goave.
You'll never want to play hookie again!
Student's twitter account shares compliments and combats bullying!
This woman shaved her head to raise money for her sister!
These two ladies bring people together to sew skirts for charity.
A minor-leaguer with a major heart.
A small dog with a huge heart!
Thousands of bras link up to spread news about breast cancer prevention!
94,436 ways to end hunger from your kitchen cupboard!
15-yr-old donates iTunes earnings from holiday song
Comedians and entertainers came together to raise money for the arts at the 2012 Benefit with Friends show in West Hollywood, CA.
Teen musician donated entire month's earnings to cancer research!
May is Lupus Awareness Month! Singer, poet and activist Shanelle Gabriel was diagnosed with Lupus in 2004. She joined the American College of Rheumatology's Simple Tasks campaign to educate others on rheumatic diseases, such as Lupus. Shanelle tells her own story of embracing the obstacles that were thrown at her, so she could use them as stepping stones to climb higher to her dreams. She is inspiring others to value their health and their life.
"Last Comic Standing" winner, ANT, will bring a sense of humor to a heavy subject at the Ridgefield Playhouse tomorrow night.