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First Coast News celebrates local volunteers during the 12 Who Care 2009 reception on October 8, 2009. Click here to view the photo gallery.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Mac McCampbell is on his Friday mail run. He's been walking the halls of St. Vincent's Medical Center for twenty-two years. Mac does more than deliver the mail. He does something for patients that can be hard to come by in a hospital.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- The music that fills this small crowded room is one man's devotion to children. Stanley Lofton even beats the sun out of bed to get here every morning.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Right on schedule a bus arrives carrying senior citizens ready to help those in need. The driver is Joanne Hickox. She learned to drive this large twenty-six passenger bus so she could pick up and transport seniors to their daily mission trips.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FL -- Peggy Gachet is having as much fun as the kids. They are all learning a lesson. Gachet has been involved in her community for years. She is caring, yet so humble about her work.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Larry Shuford says "You just cook from your heart, and that's the best way to live."
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- She's 84 and retired. But Betty Smith refuses to get caught in a rocking chair. Her endless volunteering is what made her one of 12 Who Care.
By Angela SpearsJACKSONVILLE, FL -- Mary Warner, a 12 Who Care Winner, works with many girls. She makes sure they have basic necessities to help them with their self esteem.
Bert Way has ministered to children for 27 years through the Episcopal Diocese of Florida.
Jacksonville, fl -- Head... Heart... Hands.. and Health... they are the four H's. 4-H is a club for girls and boys, with more than 100-years of tradition.. a chance for personal growth, and empowerment. Leslie Allen has been a part of it for nearly a third of its history.
ORANGE PARK, FL -- Vietnam War veteran Bob Mayrand helps the mentally ill get back on their feet in Orange Park.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FL -- Sheriff's Deputy Joe Bowen has delivered 28,000 stuffed animals to those who need a smile. That's why he's one of our 12 Who Care.
A Jacksonville resident for over 50 years, Teresa Gilleo has served the American Legion through the American Legion Auxiliary for 35 years.
"Mr. Bill" mentors at-risk youth in the State Attorney's "Jailed Juvenile Mentor Program"--juvenile offenders incarcerated as adults for serious criminal offenses.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Valarie Hammonds makes time to volunteer, despite all the challenges facing her life. "I wish there was more I could do," she tells me. Her calling: helping the homeless.
Donya Tucker calls her motives selfish. Her colleagues at the Women's Center have a different description.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Each day thousands of people on the First Coast are helped by Community Hospice of Northeast Florida. Volunteers give their time to help those suffering a life threatening illness and extend that support to friends and family.
By Jeannie BlaylockJACKSONVILLE, FL -- So, who's right? Gus Egerer says the folks at Cerebral Palsy of Northeast Florida (now New Heights of Northeast Florida) are his heroes. They call Gus their hero.
It's not often that "warm and cuddly" are words used with law enforcement, but Deputy Joe Bowen has been making sick kids and adults feel that way for years.
Bob Mayrand was living the American dream when he lost his wife and job due to Bipolar/Manic Depression.
"If a person is in need and calls me, I will be there," is a commitment that Betty Smith has kept faithfully for over 18 years.
By Donna Hicken
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Coming back home to the First Coast to raise her daughter gave Susan Dubow an opportunity to help critically ill children.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Sometimes you get help in the most unlikely places. For Walter Hill, his search for support turned into him lending a helping hand to transplant patients at St. Luke's Hospital.
The case started in February, but has since garnered national attention for what some media portray as a gay rights issue.
The extensive search for missing 75-year-oldGustafo Loli is now over.
Hours in travel, thousands in legal fees, and all the heartache one family can handle. A First Coast couple trying to adopt a child from South Carolina say
they feel like their baby has been taken from them by the system.
Wildlife officials say a Burmese python nearly 19 feet long has been captured in South Florida.
Two teens ejected from an ATV Monday evening suffered serious injuries.
JACKSONVILLE,Fla. -- Nika Williams, 24, earns less than $15,000 a year, and loves her pets. Williams said given her small income, the decision of when to buy pet food for her four pets gets difficult.
More than 120 people were being treated at hospitals, including about 50 children
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The man accused of killing a Chicago Bears fan at
the Jacksonville Landing last October pleaded guilty to murder Tuesday
A routine traffic stop lead to the recovery of over $8,000 in stolen property.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Last week First Coast News covered a story about a five-year-old boy spending time in a hyperbaric chamber to keep his fingers alive.
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