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Tune in to Season 2 of BYUtv’s ‘Making Good’ for Some Inspiring Stories

We love a family friendly show that highlights the positives in the world. That’s what you’ll get when you switch on BYUtv’s Making Good. Hosted by Kirby Heyborne, the show is about learning from organizations who are making a difference. And, getting people out in their own neighborhoods to spread the love, too.

Kirby shares how the show came about, and a preview of the new season.

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  • I was watching your show and you mentioned if I knew of people who were making good to bring it to your attention. Well, I know a Humanitarian Center that incorporated help from the whole community and takes care of the needs of several other communities also. All run voluntarily by people in the Idaho Falls Area. They make and deliver boxes and boxes of Christmas Presents to a whole gambit of Non-Profit Organizations. They cover Headstart, Schools, Shelters, Health Organizations, DHS, Childrens Services Dept. They really have the spirit of giving down to a science.
    Please check with them and you will be pleasantly surprised. Last but not least they put out 27 quilts a day(hand sown) I was in AWE!!!!!! when my husband and I visited.

    Idaho Falls Area Humanitarian Center
    1415 Northgate Mile, Idaho Falls, idaho 83401
    Director : Don and Mozelle Neville