A Michigan man took to the streets to show his appreciation for nurses working to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic. Waving a sign that said “Free Gas for Nurses” the compassionate man stood on the corner of an Exxon gas station near a hospital in hopes of spreading some love to public health workers. The […]
Beliefnet is currently accepting nominations for the Most Inspiring Person of 2010.
Past winners have included the passengers and crew of Flight 93, Pat Tillman, and Randy Pausch.
Last year’s winner, Zach Bonner, then age 12, was selected for his compassionate, selfless service to homeless children. Not only has he made it his mission to call attention to their plight, he literally walks his talk-last year he made a 1200-mile “My House to the White House” walk to raise money to house homeless youth. He has been an amazing “MIPY” Winner and Beliefnet is so grateful for his contributions and his work in making our world a better place. Zach was so popular, he beat out Captain Sully! As the reigning Most Inspiring Person, we thank you, Zach!
Zach Bonner is pictured above during a visit to Beliefnet in Spring 2010.