Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: Ad Campaign for Movie Spent Entirely on Typhoon Relief

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20th Century Fox approached videographer Casey Neistat to create an ad campaign that motivates and inspires in order to promote their new movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. He wanted to spend the entire budget of $25,000 on the recovery effort of the typhoon that recently hit the Philippines. They agreed. Check out this video to see what Casey did with the money.

Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: A Second of Carefreeness

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Twenty cancer patients were invited to receive full makeovers that included hair and makeup. They were asked to keep their eyes shut through the transformation, and sit in front of a one way mirror. A photographer prepped on the other side of that mirror when they open their eyes, and what he captures is an amazing reaction that, if only for a brief moment, takes them out of the pain and suffering that cancer brings to their lives.

Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: San Francisco Transforming for Boy's Batman Make-a-Wish

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Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: San Francisco Transforming for Boy's Batman Make-a-Wish
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Make-a-Wish is giving a 5-year-old little boy, Miles, the surprise of a lifetime by turning San Francisco into Gotham for a day and calling on him to save the city. On November 15th, Miles will be...BatKid!

That morning, there will be a breaking news announcement in San Francisco from the police chief saying there is trouble in the city, and he desperately needs BatBoy's help. Miles will then spend the day living the life of a super hero fighting bad guys and solving crime.

Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: First Person with Down Syndrome to Finish NYC Marathon

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A new record has been set by a participant in the New York City Marathon. Jimmy Jenson is the first person with Down syndrome to cross the finish line, the Today Show reports.

The 48-year-old from Los Angeles completed the race along side his close friend, Jennifer Davis. The two met 12 years prior through a program called Best Buddies that connects those with intellectual disabilities with those without.

After completing the marathon in just over eight hours, Jenson stayed at the finish line to encourage runners behind him to not give up and to finish the race.