The popular actor has decided to spread a little joy by launching his own YouTube show called Some Good News. The homespun broadcast is filmed in an office at the star's house and has the benefits of an adorable backdrop designed by his daughters. Showing only positive heartwarming stories, it's a much-needed break from the more stressful news out there.
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The legendary song writer and country singer is known for her love of books, with her charity, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, which gifts books to kids under five. Now she's using her famous vocals to read bedtime stories to children with her new series, Goodnight with Dolly. The books have been carefully selected to bear the current pandemic in mind, and will be launched this Thursday on YouTube at 7 p.m. EST.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Station
The actress and mom of three posted on her Twitter account how frustrating it was that all the end of year kids' activities were canceled. Not wanting all the effort to go to waste, she put a message out encouraging kids to share their performances with her at #heyjenlookatme so she could share it with the world. The star has also launched a program called Save With Stories with Amy Adams to read children's stories while trying to raise money for kids who will go hungry without regular school meals.
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The Swiss tennis star, who has met both Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, decided to donate money to his fellow countrymen in difficulty. The devout Catholic and dad of four, along with his wife Mirka, are hoping that their contribution of just over $1 million will encourage other fortunate people to help those in need.
The Hollywood star and his wife, Katherine joined together to take part in Jennifer Garner's Save With Stories initiative by reading a story to kids who tuned in. Married just last year, the couple snuggled up to read Maverick and Me while encouraging listeners to donate $10 to help feed children in need.