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CNN heroes are all studies in character.These are ordinary folks who see a need in their communities, work to meet it and then help change life for the better.

You get to help decide the CNN hero over the year. Voting is now open at cnn.com/heroes. Here are the top ten finalists.

From England, Jon Burns. He made it his mission to mobilize the passion of soccer funs to make a difference. Now, he and volunteers have helped thousands of poor children and cities, hosting the World Cup in Euro.

From Philadelphia,Pennsylvania,Dr. Wendy Ross is opening new worlds to autistic children and their families. Since 2010 her program has helped more than 200 families navigate the challenge of public settings.Audios!

From Guatemala, Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes. He turned his family's home into a refuge for young people in his violent-stricken country providing education opportunities and support to more than 1,000 children.

From Albany, New York Ned Norton.

Are you going to work?

The last 25 years he's provided strength and conditioning training to hundreds of people living with disabilities.

Stretch up! Nice job.

From Hartford, Connecticut, Patricia Kelly. Her farm is an urban oasis for at risk kids and her home town where she uses horses as a hook to keep youth off the streets and on the right track.

Leila Hazzah lives most of the year in the Amboseli region of Kenya where she's helping to preserve the lion population. Her group has transformed dozens of Africa's so called lion killers into lion protectors.

So let's take it right before the melody comes in.

From Washington D.C., Arthur Bloom. Professional musicians helps injured troops at Walter Reed Medical Center. His program, hundreds of wounded warriors have tapped into the healing power of music.

From England, Pen Farthing. This former British officer rescued a street dog while serving in Afghanistan. His group has now reunited almost 700 other soldiers with the stray animals they befriended there.

I can't believe that they are here.

From Baltimore, Maryland, Annette March-Grier grew up in her family's funeral home. Now she helps families in her native city cope with grief.

His brother died. So he's feeling very sad.

Since 2008, she's provided a safe place for nearly 1,000 children to.

And from Southfield, Michigan, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg lost his daughter to leukemia. Now, he's helping kids use martial arts to help with the pain and fear of their cancer treatments.

You've heard the term "jaywalker", someone who crosses the street while ignoring laws of traffic. But why jaywalker? Well, jay is an old school term for a foolish person. So, jaywalker-foolish walker.
 

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