Providing an example of how people can be more humane is the best way of spreading cheer I can think of. I'm currently in school learning screenwriting and making a lot of connections, but won't be finished for a couple of years. I'm a single mom with two kids and I'm disabled, but this isn't about me.
This is about being unable to help my sister who lives in Blackfoot, Idaho. Her husband has been diagnosed with Parkinsons and is rapidly becoming less and less able to care for himself. My sister McKenzie is working two jobs, going to school, and paying all the bills by herself. Cory's progression is inevitably going to land him in a wheelchair, and with her gone so much, no one will be able to help care for him. (They have no one else living with them that can The worst part is their home is outdated and with the narrow hallway and sharp corners to get into the rooms from the hallway, a wheelchair simply will not be conducive to them surviving.
Many of your shows have brought tears to my eyes and a few have caused me to downright cry. This couple will undoubtedly fall into the second category for most people. To know good people, who would appreciate it, need help makes a person do what they can. I'm doing that now. Please help this couple regain a new lease on life while McKenzie continues her education in the field of medicine and tries to care for her husband. They've already lost their livestock and will lose everything if he cannot maneuver their home.