February 25th, 2008
05:16 PM ET


Michael Guggenheim's program, Showing People Learning and Technology (SPLAT), is a perfect example of overcoming one's own challenges and then using what was learned to help others.  Of course, not everyone starts a charity or changes a community.  But there are other ways of helping people:  One good friend of mine assembles care packages for U.S. troops serving overseas; another leads a group of teenagers at his church.  And a bunch of folks at Turner, where I work, spend a lot of time volunteering.

How do you (or how does a friend of yours) help others?  Large-scale or small, whether it's for people or pets, let us know right here how someone you know is making a positive difference.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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