A local foundation has spent two decades giving those families the help they need.
It’s not uncommon to hear about a group of young people putting on a music concert, but this group is a little different, and they embrace it.
A Philadelphia man is reaching out to cancer patients to give them some good cheer.
A Bucks County fashion designer, inspired by her artistic grandniece, is featuring the work of disabled children.
Young disabled adults often struggle to find a job, so some parents created job training for them by opening a store.
Kate Bilo was the first one to meet Ronnie Coffey.
Meet the KnitKnights, armed with needles and yarn, coming to the rescue of everyone from babies to grownups.
It all started with parents who want their kids to enjoy young adulthood like everyone else: on the dance floor.
Children in crisis often arrive at shelters with just the clothes on their backs. Sometimes those shelters don’t have enough clothes for boys. As Ukee Washington shows us, a high school boy wanted to do something about it.
In December, a Montgomery County man did what a lot of people do around the new year. He resolved to walk every day. Then he had an idea, and it’s going to make a big difference for kids at CHOP.
Philadelphia public schools have struggled to keep their libraries open, so a team of former educators and volunteers stepped up to get the books back in the hands of children.
A young girl in Gloucester County is holding a Valentine’s Day bake sale to raise money for a research fund into the rare cancer that took the life of her grandmother.
Five and a half years ago, Eyewitness News introduced you to an 11-year-old girl who wrote a children’s book about her fight with cancer. Now that young author is a high school junior, and she’s selling the book to raise money for children like her.
This week, women volunteers are putting on jeans and grabbing power tools to help Habitat for Humanity. They call it Women Build Week.
A Montgomery County commuter who sees homeless people almost every day decided she wanted to help, personally. So now, she stops to deliver clothing and supplies to people, and she’s encouraging other people to do the same.