We have been bringing you their inspiring stories throughout the year, and we're taking time out to celebrate our 13 Kids Who Care. NewsChannel 13’s Bob Kovachick was at the State Museum in Albany at our banquet honoring the kids.
Stride adaptive sports helps people with disabilities. And without volunteers, the organization couldn't do what it does.
Most teenagers go to school each day worried about how their hair looks and then spend plenty of time talking to their friends. This week’s 13 Kid Who Cares shows us, there are more important things to worry about. Bob Kovachick has her story.
Millions of Kindles, Nooks and iPads are sold each year, and it's not just the younger generation enjoying the technology.
The Teresian House is a non-profit nursing home boasting 24 hour-a-day nursing car, but there's another service that helps keep smiles on the resident's faces. This week’s NewsChannel 13 Kid Who Cares is Morgan Olson, who spends a lot of her free time there.
Over 4 million athletes take part in the Special Olympics each year, but they can't do it alone. Today's 13 Kid Who Cares is among those who makes it all happen.
This week's NewsChannel 13 Kid Who Cares is Taylor Martineau. Taylor is already thinking about her career and using all her volunteer efforts to figure it out.
Flipping, twisting, turning and splashing are all words associated with diving, but this weeks 13 Kid who Cares adds to that courage, caring and dedication.
More than 15,000 children, or about 40 a day, are diagnosed with type one diabetes in the US each year. One of those is this week’s 13 Kid Who Cares. After his diagnosis, he didn't think “Why is this happening to me?” Instead, he thought about others and how he could help.
More than 4 million people in over 20 countries take part in an effort to raise money in the fight against cancer in Relay for life. This week's 13 Kid Who Cares in among those.
More than 11,000 kids under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States this year. This week’s 13 kid who cares Stephen Cammarata wants to change that.
This week, NewsChannel 13’s Bob Kovachick met Hilly Adler from Albany who helps out by volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club.
This week, NewsChannel 13’s Bob Kovachick met Jessica Alberti from Ichabod Crane Central School. Jessica is clearly a special young lady. She took a tragedy that hit close to home and did her best to turn it into a positive.