Our Pay It Forward honoree this week is Lisa Benson of Montgomery. She runs a non-profit to help seniors with their needs.
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Adrienne Lee is the principal at Brantley Elementary in Selma. She was nominated by a parent for her amazing energy and care she gives to each student at school each and every day.
Frederick Jennings is a deacon at Hutchinson Missionary Baptist Church. At 81-years-old he is still going strong to help to serve those in need.
In 2018, Hatwatha McGhee founded an organization to help clean up Selma.
Four years ago, C.J. Knight was a freshman football player at Park Crossing High School and was severely injured at football practice, paralyzing him from the chest down. Since then his mother, Konica Harris, has been his caregiver 24/7.
Our Pay It Forward honoree this week is Bessie Lucas from Millbrook. She is a frontline healthcare worker and has persevered through her own struggles to help others.
Several years ago, Brenda Peacock started painting angels to sell. “We had a local child that had cancer that I did a little fundraising for. After that, I thought that worked pretty good, I need to keep this up,” said Peacock. And she did keep it up. Painting angels would soon become her mission. Helping to end children’s…
Our Pay It Forward honoree this week is Connie Johnson of Hayneville. She’s making a difference by helping the elderly in her community.
A year and half ago, Amanda Meacham had a vision for helping other women get off drugs and get their lives back on track. She started holding yard sales to raise money for a recovery home and opened Angels in Disguise. “Angels in Disguise is about women helping women. A lot of broken women don’t have the opportunity to…
For the past nine years, Edna Savage has played a key role in the organization Save Kids of Incarcerated Parents, also known as SKIP, Inc.