Now that the sun is shining down on us a little longer, it seems like the perfect time to plant some brand-new habits into one’s life. And as the world continues to crumble around us in many ways, those habits can include serving others in a multitude of ways. Here are just a few to … Read more Ten Ways to Serve Others This Spring, and Make Yourself Feel Better at the Same Time
If you happen to have a beating heart, chances are that you have felt somewhat helpless as of late as you have watched tragedy after tragedy unfold in Ukraine. Indeed, with each passing day, the situation that began in February seems to get more and more dire. However, there is something you can do. In … Read more Five Ways You Can Help the People of Ukraine Today
As the sun went down and the stars came up, Virginia resident Martha Jones lit a candle on her dresser and laid down on her bed to enjoy the twinkling light it gave off. But then the unthinkable happened. I was just going to lay down, I wasn’t going to sleep, and I fell off … Read more When Her Home Burned Down, Her Neighbors Stepped Up: ‘This is Where God Wanted Me to Stop’
If anyone knows that the ‘sunny scaries’ are a thing, it is those who deal with food insecurity. Because while the rest of stress about work deadlines and a full calendar, many of our neighbors find their cupboards bare on Monday morning, with little to nourish both themselves and their family. Thankfully, there are people … Read more Drive-Thru Pantry Continues to Gain Customers Still Recovering from Pandemic Losses
If anyone knows how to keep the spark going after nearly 38 years of marriage, it is Pennsylvania residents John and Kathi Monastero. And it might not be the way you might think. As longtime volunteers at the Norriton Fire Engine Company, the husband and wife have long found delight in serving their community in … Read more Meet the Senior Citizens Keeping Things Hot by Volunteering at Their Local Fire Department
Memories of one’s childhood often includes a treasured bike. Because when you are young and carefree, a bike offers freedom and joy and a time when one can feel the wind take away anything on one’s mind. But for far too many children in this country, there is no bike waiting for them at home. … Read more Colorado Residents Come Together to Assemble Bikes for Some Kids Who Needed Them the Most
Vietnam veteran Jesse Herrera and his daughter never asked for a new home. They could have made do with what they had, and they would still have a smile on their face. However, the volunteers at Operation TRIAGE wanted to do more. So, in February, the non-partisan/non-profit 501(c)(3) organization made the decision to partner with … Read more Volunteers Build New Home for Vietnam Vet, On the Exact Same Spot His Childhood Home Once Stood
One Country partnered with Numana, Inc. to host a successful meal packing event in Nashville on February 15 to benefit Second Harvest Food Back of Middle Tennessee. Meals that were packaged were donated to Second Harvest to feed children throughout middle Tennessee. [RELATED: Everything To Know About One Country] The Saturday afternoon event was held … Read more One Country Packages 165,000 Meals to Help End Childhood Hunger
One Country and Numana, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves the hungry, have teamed up to host our very first meal packaging event to benefit Nashville’s Second Harvest Food Bank—and we need your help! Come join us! All you have to do is sign up to volunteer for our special event. You can sign up … Read more Hey Nashville! We Need Your Help—Come Join Us and Give Back While Having Fun Along The Way!
Throughout the years, Travis Tritt has seen his share of hit records and number one hits. He’s co-hosted television shows and took acting roles and heck, he’s even a member of the Grand Ole Opry. There is no doubt that this Georgia boy is quite blessed. [RELATED: Travis Tritt Involved in Fatal Car Accident— “I’m Really … Read more Travis Tritt Recalls a Lifetime of Giving Back: ‘(It’s) the Least I Can Do’
Mitchell Tenpenny isn’t the type of guy to live with regrets. But he does have one. “I wish I had known how serious my dad’s cancer was,” he tells One Country, his voice merely a whisper as he speaks of his father James Mitchell (Mitch) Tenpenny, who passed away in 2014 when he was just 55 … Read more Mitchell Tenpenny Commits Himself to Changing the Cancer Journey for All
Congratulations to Peter P. of Woodstock, Ill., One Country’s newest winner of the $1,000 cash prize. Peter was grateful to be selected the cash prize winner this week and shared his thanks. “I just want to thank One Country, not only for the chance to win a giveaway, but for the opportunity to give back … Read more Meet One Country’s Latest $1,000 Cash Prize Winner, Peter P.