Top 11 Uplifting News Of January 2020 So Far

A constant barrage of negative and depressing news can have an effect on how you think and feel. Seeking out positive news is one of the important steps to escape the drama of bad news.
Turn on the TV, pick up the newspaper, or hop on to social media, and it seems like there is nothing but bad news. Nothing could be further from the truth. There is a ton of positive, good news that you are missing: Among others, here are our top eleven Uplifting news of January 2020 so far:


Top 11 Uplifting News Of January 2020 So Far

An Uber driver got a college degree after one of her passengers wiped out her debt. Uber driver Latonya Young has given rides to hundreds of passengers — but there is one particular car ride she will never forget. The 43-year-old single mother from Atlanta, Georgia had been studying criminal justice at Georgia State University until she was suddenly barred from continuing her classes due to an unpaid $700 balance on her account.


Leonardo DiCaprio’s Earth Alliance to Donate $3 Million for Australia Wildfire Relief

DiCaprio’s Earth Alliance said Thursday in a statement that the organization started the Australia Wildfire Fund to help with an “international response to the catastrophic bushfires” currently raging in the country.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s environmental organization will donate $3 million to help wildfire relief efforts in Australia.


How the world has responded to the Australia fires crisis

With bushfires still raging in Australia, over 1,000,000,000 animals have now died there since September according to a new report. However, communities are coming together, people are volunteering to fight the blazes, and complete strangers all over the world are donating what they can to support Australia. Celebrities have been generously donating and raising awareness of the heartbreaking bushfires that are currently burning out of control over in Australia.


 London school

It was the start of the school day and 15-year-old Maria was on the verge of tears as she faced being sent home for threaded fake eyelashes. “But sir, nobody will notice,” she pleaded.
“No ifs, no buts, you will have them removed this afternoon or you will be excluded tomorrow,” came the reply.
It sounded like the kind of old-fashioned enforcement you might find at any disciplinarian inner-city school, but what made this exchange notable was that it took place at Dunraven in Lambeth, a school reputed for a progressive approach that has made it arguably the most inclusive in London.


Nigerian conjoined twins successfully separated by 78-member team in Abuja

Two sisters, who were joined in the chest and abdomen, have been successfully separated in a surgery by a 78-member team in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja.
Mercy and Goodness Ede are now well enough to go home six weeks after surgery, according to pediatric surgeon Emmanuel Ameh, who led the team that performed the operation at the National Hospital.
The surgery to separate the twins happened in November last year but details have only just been released by the hospital, because they wanted to ensure there were no post surgery complications.
The girls are the first to be successfully separated at the government-run specialist center, National Hospital spokesman Dr. Tayo Haastrup told CNN.


Heart-warming moment deaf baby giggles with delight as he hears his mother’s voice for the first time after being fitted with a hearing aid

Heart-warming footage shows a deaf baby’s reaction to hearing his mother’s voice for the first time after being fitted with a hearing aid.


Utah brewery pays off elementary school lunch debt

Toasted Barrel Brewery donated $1,300 to Washington Elementary School in Salt Lake City to pay off the school lunch debt.
The donation was made Thursday to the school principal. Funds were raised by the brewery that had asked its patrons to contribute to the cause during the month of December.


Single Mom Who Grew Up in Foster Care Adopts Six Brothers So They Can All Stay Together

After experiencing years of childhood loneliness in the foster care system, this single mother has just adopted six young boys into her home.
Jessica Benzakein was only 12 years-old when her mom surrendered her to the state. Since older foster kids are far less likely to get adopted, Benzakein languished in the foster care system until she turned 18, and then headed off to college.


Oakland Residents Transform Abandoned Lot into Sanctuary for Camping Homeless Women

California’s housing crisis is hitting especially lower-income communities harder than ever, as rent prices continue to rise stemming from the endless injections of big-tech money into areas like San Francisco and Oakland.
According to The Guardian, the number of homeless encampments within the city of Oakland outnumbers the square kilometers that make up that city — but at the corner of 37th Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Way, this community of housed and unhoused citizens are creating reasons for people to change their attitudes toward the often embattled encampments.


A boy asked his dad to help the homeless. Now, father and son take them out to lunch each week

Chase Hansen was 4 years old when he first noticed a homeless person while he was shopping at an outdoor mall in Salt Lake City with his dad.
“Chase looked at me and said, ‘Dad, who are these people? Why don’t they have a place to stay?’” recalled John Hansen, 44. “After I explained that they had run into hard times and were homeless, I knew that we were looking at an educational opportunity. My son wanted to help them.”


Incredible Before and After Photos Of Teen After Undergoing Free Surgery to Correct Her Extreme Bow-Leggedness

During her knee operation, surgeons removed a wedge of bone from the outside of both her knees, causing her legs to bend inward. Since Valerie was in post-surgery rehab for about four months, she spent all of her recovery time learning how to read.
Now that her bow-leggedness has been corrected by the surgery and months of physical therapy, she can walk, run, and fulfill her plans for returning to school.


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