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  • Everyday Heroes: Girl raises funds for sick friends

    Everyday Heroes: Girl raises funds for sick friends

    Monday, June 12 2017 4:32 PM EDT2017-06-12 20:32:58 GMT

    A fifth-grader from Caldwell has raised thousands of dollars to help two friends who are battling rare medical conditions.

    A fifth-grader from Caldwell has raised thousands of dollars to help two friends who are battling rare medical conditions.

  • Everyday Heroes: Nanny donates liver to child after babysitting for only three weeks

    Everyday Heroes: Nanny donates liver to child after babysitting for only three weeks

    Everyday Heroes: Nanny donates liver to child after babysitting for only three weeks CaptionEveryday Heroes: Nanny donates liver to child after babysitting for only three weeks Caption

    A family in Jackson is watching their almost 2-year-old girl walk, play and laugh, all thanks to their 22-year-old nanny. Kiersten Miles recently donated a part of her liver to save Talia, after only

    A family in Jackson is watching their almost 2-year-old girl walk, play and laugh, all thanks to their 22-year-old nanny.

  • Everyday Heroes: Young cancer survivor gives back

    Everyday Heroes: Young cancer survivor gives back

    Bella Reilly spent her early life battling and overcoming leukemia, and when a school assignment called on students to give back to their community, she says memories of her treatment inspired her solution.

    Bella Reilly spent her early life battling and overcoming leukemia, and when a school assignment called on students to give back to their community, she says memories of her treatment inspired her solution.

  • Everyday Heroes: NJ Food and Clothing Rescue

    Everyday Heroes: NJ Food and Clothing Rescue

    The New Jersey Food and Clothing Rescue collects unused food and clothing for the needy.The New Jersey Food and Clothing Rescue collects unused food and clothing for the needy.

    Each week, the folks at New Jersey Food and Clothing Rescue collect an average of 2,000 pounds of food that would’ve been trashed from stores such as Whole Foods. That food is then redistributed to hundreds of people in need.

    Each week, the folks at New Jersey Food and Clothing Rescue collect an average of 2,000 pounds of food that would’ve been trashed from stores such as Whole Foods. That food is then redistributed to hundreds of people in need.

  • Everyday Heroes: Pads-4-Purrs

    Everyday Heroes: Pads-4-Purrs

    Ava Vallely, 7, created special cat beds for cats inside animal shelters.Ava Vallely, 7, created special cat beds for cats inside animal shelters.

    A 7-year-old Clinton girl has created something very special, using her sewing skills and tooth fairy money. Ava Vallely set out on a mission to make cat beds. She’s finished 60 so far and created a charity called Pads-4-Purrs.

    A 7-year-old Clinton girl has created something very special, using her sewing skills and tooth fairy money.

  • Everyday Heroes: Easterseals New Jersey

    Everyday Heroes: Easterseals New Jersey

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    A nationwide job training program is helping people with disabilities by giving them independence, and inclusion.  The Easterseals Raritan Valley Work Center in Middlesex County has been doing it for

    A nationwide job training program is helping people with disabilities by giving them independence, and inclusion.

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