Washington is the latest example of celebs getting caught doing good in real life, after he was video taped helping a homeless man in L.A.
The "Will & Grace" actor has been posting daily Instagram videos filled with hilarious tales of his indoor life, as well as stories culled from his many years in show business.
The 27-year-old Disney alum said she hopes "to live up to all of the amazing healthcare providers" fighting coronavirus.
John Stamos and the rest of the "Full House" cast have recreated the show's opening credits for the coronavirus quarantine era.
Today, along with donation from sales, L’Occitane will also collect individual donations from customers who want to support Fighting Blindness Canada.
“Having a typical 13-year-old in your home can be a significant challenge for anyone,” Lanning wrote, “and Damien's additional needs proved too much for his caregiver.”
The mailman of 35 years said that the block party the neighbors of Marietta, Georgia, threw him was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for him.
An Alabama man noticed that a woman was sitting alone at a restaurant and he invited her to eat with him and his friends.
"I thought it was over," the man said. "The main thing that was running through my mind [was] I'm fixin' to miss the job interview and get the car towed that wasn't even mine."
The high school seniors stepped up when a heavy snow forecast threatened to prevent the woman from getting her medical treatment.
A South Hill, Va., police officer became a star after a video of him playing with dolls with a group of little girls went viral. The local kids now think of him as a superhero.
A man who ordered his wife a $2,000 diamond tennis bracelet for Christmas was shocked to discover the package delivered to his home contained 48 bracelets.
Little Avery and Alivia Reece are thanking their former teacher, Steve Culbert, for "bringing my smile back" by escorting them to a daddy-daughter dance shortly after they lost their father, Luke Reece.
For Ellianna's fifth birthday, she got a teddy bear dressed in fatigues and featuring a recording her dad made as set off for Army basic training.
Though 5 months' pregnant, Shelby Floyd-Berrios couldn't stand by and watch a man die as he was shot for being a law enforcement officer.
In the days since the tragic terrorist attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, we’ve seen some beautiful instances of compassion and unity…