For decades, the Boys and Girls Club has been a safe place for children to go after school. As part of the CBS3 Joy of Sharing Toy Fest, they hope they can give the children a very happy holiday with toys.
For more than 20 years, a North Philadelphia high school has made it a mission to give its neighbors a good Thanksgiving.
A man who grew up in Norristown invested some money to buy a house in his old neighborhood. He could have flipped it. Instead, he’s giving it away to a good cause.
A Havertown fourth grader is trying to make the world a better place with the power of words. Two words, to be exact.
A local non-profit founder says every child deserves a brand-new winter coat. This month, this Chadds Ford non-profit will serve its two millionth child. We caught up with them in Wilmington.
Almost three years ago, a Delaware Valley mother was going through one of the scariest times of her life. Her babies were born premature. Now, her children are doing well. That mom is reaching out to help other mothers.
A new mobile farmers’ market has rolled into Chester County. Created by the non-profit Good Samaritan Shelter, it sells produce in areas where people might not be able to get it.
Volunteers across Philadelphia are helping girls ages 8 to 13 grow to be capable and confident. They’re doing it through running. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington met one of the dedicated volunteers.
A Bucks County project is about to make a big difference for a poor village in Africa. As Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington shows us, the volunteers need just a little more help to get it there.
The World Meeting Of Families is meant for the whole family. That means helping children of all abilities be a part of this big week.
By Ukee Washington VOORHEES, N.J., (CBS) — Maybe you’ve seen two siblings going door to door in Voorhees. They’re not selling chocolate or popcorn. They’re selling a calendar very dear to their hearts. It all started […]
Less than a year ago, two South Jersey women looked around their community and saw people who needed help. They started collecting clothing and food to give away. They thought it would be a small project. But as Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington shows us, it’s grown very big very fast.
The brothers, their sister, and parents helped start the Curing Retinal Blindness Foundation.
A local non-profit that feeds the hungry is itself in need. It’s getting by with the help of a lot of hands.
A Delaware mailman, with the blessing of the U.S. Postal Service, is collecting for children he sees every day. To him, they’re family.