The senior who gave up his Meals on Wheels so someone else could eat: William McCormick
The 14-year-old Irish American cowboy who dug in deep during devastating floods: Tommy Patrick
The woman looking out for New York’s 52,000 homeless: Mary Brosnahan
Helping low-wage workers save for the future: Ben Mangan
The high school basketball coach who could have gone pro but stayed: Bob Hurley
The nun helping women build new lives after prison: Sister Tesa Fitzgerald
After her niece’s senseless death, she changed Chicago law to put AEDs in public places: Lynn Donegan
The Irish human rights activist behind Queens’ inclusive St. Patrick’s Day parade: Kathleen Walsh D’Arcy
The Philadelphia nun who advocates for the homeless and mentally ill: Sister Mary Scullion
The man proving the innocence of those who were wrongfully convicted and saving them from life - or even death – sentences: Jim McCloskey and Centurion Ministries.
The Irish arts organization making big waves - and a big move: Pauline Turley, Aidan Connolly and the Irish Arts Center.