These stories will definitely give you hope. Mankind might not be doomed after all...
Something so small can really make someone's day. This woman baked treats for the whole office and left them on every desk. Now that's what I call an office hero!
Jeni Stepien was due to get married in 2006, but she had no one to walk her down the aisle. Her father died a few years ago, but his heart was donated to a stranger that she had never met. His name was Arthur Thomas. She contacted him out of the blue and asked him to walk her down the aisle, because a part of her father still lived on inside him. He agreed, and traveled from New Jersey to Pittsburgh just for the occasion.
Pablo lost his leg and for years he was working as a farmer with one leg. When he started a GoFundMe page, people donated $10,000 for him after seeing a viral image of him. One person, Renee Mora, took it a step further when she contacted a clinic and convinced them to make him a prosthetic leg free of charge.
Evan Wilson is an amazing young boy. When he was 6, he didn't ask for any presents. Instead, he donated $122 to the Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge. He loves animals.
Mary Cotter is 105 years old. She has been volunteering for the last 25 years at the Montclair Senior Center in California. She dresses up as Wonder Woman, and serves coffee and treats to the seniors. What a woman!