An army veteran serenaded his wife of 38 years with a harmonica as the two were separated due to COVID-19 concerns.
A litter of foster kittens went on a magical field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.
A World War II veteran from the Milwaukee area is 97 years old, but his dancing moves prove he's still young at heart.
Coronavirus isn't stopping this grandfather from Michigan from walking four miles to see his newborn granddaughter, even if it's through a glass door.
With hospitals restricting access to visitors, families are coming up with creative ways to show support for loved ones who are recovering from surgery or sickness.
One girl and her papa were able to dance together while still considering social distancing guidelines.
Even during a pandemic, some teachers are showing that they're still willing to go above and beyond for their students.
“This complete stranger... shared his precious masks with me, without my even asking,” Sarosh Ashraf Janjua wrote on Facebook.
A father working at a high risk hospital treating coronavirus patients can only see his 1-year-old through glass door.
While it’s not clear if the man’s wife was treated for the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, which has infected more than 4,000 people in The Garden State alone, the moment was touching nevertheless.
The free dozens will be available starting March 30.
A FedEx delivery driver shared a moment of human kindness by Glendale homeowners who were offering a coronavirus care package to couriers.
A man in Wisconsin shared a beer with his neighbor across the street -- by using a remote-controlled car to deliver the bottle.
The savage journal entry by the 8-year-old went viral.
This 'prayer of a desperate mother' is speaking to parents as schools across the country continue to shutdown for the year amid coronavirus pandemic.
A 7-year-old used the money he saved up to help those in need as a way to overcome fear with acts of love.
A Whataburger in Lakeway helped deliver more than a dozen meals to H-E-B workers and Baylor Scott and White medical staff in appreciation for their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A loving son wanted to cheer his mother up after her senior living facility put its building on lockdown amid the coronavirus, so he serenaded her and the residents on his guitar.
As nursing homes across Minnesota implement strict visitation restrictions amid the COVID-19 outbreak, people are getting creative with how to spend time with their loved ones.
Penguins at Shedd Aquarium went on a “field trip” around the aquarium after it closed its doors for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.