Good News Shared has featured over 200 articles since we launched in April 2014. Here are the 10 most read Good News Shared articles of 2014:
We shared a number of articles about sport this year. This article about football being used to change lives focused on the Homeless FA project.
A 12 year old boy rescued a sick donkey foal with the help of SPANA, a charity that provides free veterinary care to horses, donkeys, mules and camels in some of the world’s poorest countries. Read the article by clicking here.
The fantastic poppy display was made possible thanks to the efforts of 8,000 volunteers. In this article one of the volunteers shared her experiences with us.
People from 31 countries entered this short story and poetry competition.
Michael Donovan decided to live his life to the fullest. Click here to read his story.
A campaign spearheaded by James Rhodes saw primary schools in the UK given the opportunity to receive musical instruments for free.
Our monthly ‘Amazing Animal of the Month’ series has seen us feature stories about chickens, hedgehogs, bats, dogs, cats, and horses. Read about Laddy by clicking here.
Benefits Street was a pretty controversial TV show this year in the UK. Our third most read story of 2014 involved one of the ‘stars’ from the show. Click here to read the article.
We think this is the best selfie of the year, and even the best selfie we have EVER seen. Check out the story behind the selfie here.
Our most read article of 2014 involves a pub that gives any profit it makes to local charities. This pub sounds awesome, so we are not surprised to see it at the top spot. We hope to be able to have a pint at the Oregon Public House one day! Read about the pub by clicking here.