This segment of "People Who Make the World a Better Place" highlights Brooke Cox, an inspiring widowed mother of five who created a local organization to benefit young people who have lost a parent to death. Find out how you can get involved.
Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jul 22nd - 8:46am
A few months ago, it all just hit me when a bill collector called me. I felt like I was drowning. When your debt far exceeds your income and you're working two jobs and one of those jobs is very physically demanding, you start to lose hope.
Was there ever a time when you needed a helping hand and suddenly, someone appeared to help? Each week, readers share stories like this with us — stories that inspired or touched them. If you've experienced something similar, share your story!
A West Valley City teen who has battled a disability caused by cerebral palsy will participate in Saturday's 1.5-mile Walk for Love to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children, which helped him learn to walk.