Elie Eid is a father fighting for his son’s life. In 2005, two days short of his second birthday, Elie’s son Emilio was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).
At 72, Cliff Atkinson has more life and vitality than many people half his age – so why the nickname ‘Dead Man Walking’?
Bubbly Lauren Channon has endured an incredible 130 surgeries in her 10 years, but now raises funds to help buy critical life-saving equipment for other sick kids.
Lily Harrison is only 16, but she’s already making a huge difference to the lives of homeless and vulnerable women in her community.
They make 1.2 million meals a year, but food isn’t the only thing baking in the FareShare kitchen.
Married medics Brian and Ruth Parsell have saved countless lives and are believed to be the first husband-and-wife team in the world to crew an emergency helicopter service.
Ed and Daniel are the tradies behind Trademutt, a bold new workwear brand by tradies for tradies, which aims to tackle men’s suicide in Australia head-on.
Alex Kirchner is a promising young Australian swimmer with dreams of making the Australian Olympic team. But despite being born deaf, he refuses to let that stop him on his…
Volunteering isn’t an act of heroism for Therese Macauley, but a way for her to stay connected to the community and make a difference.