A Philly non-profit is in the running for a big gift that could help hundreds of families dealing with a medical crisis.
A free Philadelphia sports program is getting kids off the streets and onto the court. It’s not basketball, it’s not tennis. It’s squash.
Domestic violence can steal a victim’s confidence and trust, and make them feel like they won’t ever succeed. But they can. In this week’s story of Brotherly Love, a non-profit is coaching women to be entrepreneurs.
Saturday, a Chester County community will join together for a fundraiser to help two boys. They’re brothers, and they both have Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Local children are getting lessons in charity from a Montgomery County non-profit.
A medical student who suffered a devastating injury is facing a lifetime of medical bills that could top $2 million. Now he’s back in school. He is not letting a disability get in the way of his dream of becoming a doctor and he’s getting some help on the way.
Face to Face Germantown is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping anyone who walks in the door. For years, students from La Salle have lent a helping hand.
Two college design students are volunteering their talents to bring a church building back to life.
It’s a bright new room at St. Veronica School on North 6th Street, full of books and fresh paint. Hanging on the wall is a picture of Officer Daniel Boyle, who was killed 23 years ago in the line of duty and whose father went to this school.
A Montgomery County couple whose daughter faces a life-threatening birth defect is stepping up to help people in the same situation. The parents say they received so much help from family and friends, they want to give back.
The Bethesda Project provides a home for people who otherwise would have nowhere to turn. Volunteer cooks make sure those people get a family meal.
The Jack Costello Boxing Club teaches children ages 9 and up. Those students are also learning self-confidence they’ll take into adulthood.
In our weekly Brotherly Love stories, we meet a lot of people volunteering at food banks to help the hungry. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington met one volunteer who fell on hard times and needed help herself, but still gives back every month.
When the Philadelphia wedding community heard about a terminally ill man and his love story, they had to help.
The non-profit Impact Thrift Stores have a three-fold mission: provide good jobs, offer low-cost goods, and give back to the community.