These are the stories that inspired us this week:
A Baltimore man shares care packages and gets to know people living on the streets.
Tevin Washington then photographs them and shares their stories on social media.
He said he wants others to stop stereotyping the circumstances of those individuals.
"A lot of homeless get judged because, 'Oh, they're alcoholics or on drugs. That's why they are out here,'" Washington said. "The stories I heard were nothing like that."
Meanwhile, a woman in Maine sends lifesaving medical supplies overseas that would otherwise end up in the trash.
Elizabeth McLellan's inspiration came when she was working as a nurse in a hospital in Saudi Arabia.
"I said to myself, ‘We have so much, so much in our country, and they have so little, and someday when I go home, I’m going to figure this problem out,'" she said.
And Santa himself was able to fulfill a Christmas wish to a Nebraska couple, even in the heat of summer.
Watch the video to learn more about these stories.