Find out what brought all these men to Abilene and how they're inspiring others in the community...
He may not play ball as much as he used to, but an Abilene man is hitting the ball out of the park with his volunteer efforts.
A man with a big heart takes on a big project for the community.
A group of Abilene women is pouring their hearts into every stitch.
She's focused on beautifying her hometown and state. How an Abilene Woman is completing her mission.
An employee here at KTAB has a big heart. How she is making a difference in the lives of people and animals...
There are a lot of presents your average 10-year-old would want for their birthday. This Abilene girl wants only one thing and it's not even for herself.
The work of these two Abilene women are saving the lives of children they'll never meet.
Four Abilene women use their skills to help those in need.
As a former teacher and substitute, Earles jumped at the opportunity to get back in the classroom.
An ACU student finds time between the books to volunteer to help those in need.
Rather than save up for candy or toys, one Abilene girl donates her allowance to a good cause.
The Food Bank of West Central Texas says it wouldn't survive without the help of volunteers such as Loretta McBeath.
A woman donates over 40 hours of her time a week to volunteer services.
With no second hand stores in the city of Albany, one local woman takes it upon her self to organize a clothing ministry.
A group of Abilene men donate their time and talent to helping the handicapped.
One Abilene woman helps to raise thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations. She just wrapped up a huge project with the Children's Miracle Network benefiting Hendrick Medical Center, but there's no slowing her down. She's on the the next big thing.
A group of coworkers come together to help the community.
An ACU student's act of kindness grows into a budding relationship with the Abilene Fire Department.
Volunteers work around the clock to make sure the West Texas Fair and Rodeo runs smoothly. One of those volunteers has been at it for more than three decades.
A group of Abilene women volunteer their time so that a small business with charitable roots can exist.
An Abilene woman helps a pumpkin patch get ready for its autumn sale, the proceeds of which go to a special cause close to her heart.
Two months later, the hail damage is still a big problem in the Key City. Many residents are still waiting for roofers to come and repair damage to their homes. Then there are others who just can't afford to have their issues fixed. Some members of the community have come up with a solution.
An Abilene pastor saw a need to help the hungry and wanted to help. In the beginning, Reverend Izaiar Lankford used his own money to buy the food. However, now that his weekly soup kitchen has grown, donations make it possible.
He grew up visiting the Abilene Zoo and now an Abilene man is helping to keep it clean.
Life will never be the same for three friends who set out to change the lives of others.