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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 109

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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1. Outdoor clothing company Patagonia Inc. has committed the $10 million it saved from federal tax cuts championed by President Donald Trump to nonprofit groups who work on conservation and climate issues. – Source

2. Thanks to better science and engineering, no one died in Friday’s 7.0 earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska. – Source

3. Tunisia becomes the first Arab nation to approve gender equality in inheritance law. – Source

4. A 9-year-old girl wrote a letter to NBA star Steph Curry pointing out that his Curry 5 sneakers appeared only in boys’ section. After he saw the letter, Curry and Under Armour (his shoe sponsor) fixed the situation, sent her a pair of Curry 5s and told her that she will receive the new Curry 6s. – Source

5. India is now a world leader in renewable energy. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. UPS driver adopts shelter dog who jumped into his truck. – Source

7. Bus driver buys homeless rider dinner, lets him stay on the warm bus all night. – Source

8. Iraq veteran battles PTSD after returning home dedicates life to helping other vets. – Source

9. A community-wide search for an elderly blind and deaf dog that went missing from a foster home over Thanksgiving ended successfully Friday evening, Nov. 28, a rescue worker said. – Source

10. NYPD finds British couple who lost the engagement ring. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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11. Michael Bloomberg’s charity donates $50m to fight the opioid crisis. – Source

12. Boy’s life saved by bone Marrow donor, who joined the register when a woman he liked was in the queue. Boy’s life was saved, and the woman he liked became his wife. – Source

13. A dog Kim Jong Un gave to South Korea as a peace gift has had 6 puppies. – Source

14. The World’s largest ocean cleanup has officially begun. – Source

15. A local TV station airs weekly segments featuring children needing to be adopted. Two years after her segment airs, foster child Marissa has been adopted, and the news station runs an update. Bonus: news anchors shedding happy tears. – Source

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  • 12. Boy’s life saver joined the registry because of a woman he liked and ended up marrying her. Not the 10 year old boy. That was confusing.

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