A guy in Illinois wanted to give a friend his kidney, and ended up saving his own life when doctors found a tumor. He’s okay now, but can’t donate anymore, so he’s using the free press to find a new donor…….. Someone gave a food bank near Seattle $800,000 to help them expand and move into a bigger facility. The donor was described as a “generous businessman” who wants to remain anonymous, which is the purest form of altruism…………..And finally……………….
Remember Batkid? It was one of the most elaborate projects Make-A-Wish ever did. And it’s hard to believe, but this year was the 10-year anniversary. Back in 2013, over 10,000 volunteers in San Francisco helped a five-year-old with leukemia named Miles Scott be Batman for a day. The Batmobile picked him up . . . he saved a woman tied to a set of train tracks . . . defused a bomb . . . and battled The Riddler as people cheered him on. The “San Francisco Chronicle” even ran the headline, “Batkid Saves City.” It was maybe the best Good News story of the decade. But here’s the best news: Miles is now 15 years old and cancer-free.