The last thing a cancer patient needs is housework to do. But many do it without help, until now. Dozens of cancer patients are getting a break at home thanks to some businesses who step up to clean up.
A Bucks County teen has created a whole new website for social causes.
President Obama has been encouraging high school students to major in engineering, science, or math. Now, a group of minority tech professionals has decided to take that one step further by giving weekend lessons to the next generation.
For the last year, a homegrown effort in Philadelphia has helped people get some relief from devastating medical bills. For a small amount of money, hundreds of people have made a difference.
When people immigrate to the United States, it can be a challenge to learn English, especially as an adult. As Ukee Washington shows us, volunteers are donating their time and expertise to help.
When a Chester County woman heard about homeless children who needed pajamas, she decided to do something about it. She’s like a Santa for sleepwear with the help of a lot of elves!
Children in hospitals across the area are getting handmade hats thanks to some senior citizens who made quite a name for themselves.
Inside a church in Fishtown, you can feel the noise, courtesy of Rock to the Future, a free afterschool program for underprivileged students ages 9 to 17.
Most schools are open after Sandy, but that doesn’t mean the school year is back to normal for everyone.
This Thanksgiving, more than 100 families will eat a meal delivered with love from “Honey” and her angels.
On a warm sunny day, the Ventnor Community Building and lawn filled with volunteers wanting to replace what Sandy took away.
Klein JCC calls it “Cook for a Friend.” In kitchens across the area, hundreds of volunteers cook up to 50,000 meals a year for homebound senior citizens.
In Eddystone, a trio of brothers is asking the community to step up and help others, especially sick kids.
As the weather turns chilly, thousands of children in our area will have shoes and boots thanks to a Pottstown couple. As we show you in today’s story of Brotherly Love, they have a most important reason to do this.
When Joey Cintron was 16, he was at a party when the cops showed up.