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.
A community in Gloucester County is throwing their all into helping a child with cancer.
A Franciscan friar is cycling hundreds of miles on a pilgrimage to help the poor. His latest stop is Philadelphia. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington got a chance to meet the brother behind this Brotherly Love story.
A local grocery store owner wanted to help families in need, and he wanted it to be personal. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington was there as the man surprised a family with a generous gift.
Volunteers of America, or VOA for short, serves 13,000 people, many homeless, every year.
A former Marine now living in South Jersey says yoga saved his life. Now, he’s offering free yoga classes to fellow veterans and their families. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington got a chance to meet him in Cherry Hill.
A community reading center in North Philadelphia is distributing thousands of brand-new children’s books with pedal power. Eyewitness News Anchor Ukee Washington has the story.
One of Philadelphia’s oldest HIV and AIDS charities is hurting for help. The organization is called Bebashi. It gives a week’s worth of food to as many needy people as it can. But as I found on a trip there, the demand is outstripping supply.
Many charities offer gently used business clothes to women struggling to get back on their feet. But women need more than a suit. A Cherry Hill couple is filling a need that can seem invisible.
Some Chester County high schoolers are doing a class assignment for more than a grade. They’re doing it to give a working father a lift.
Years ago, a Strawberry Mansion woman told her grown son that he and other men needed to do something to improve the community. He decided she was right. He started spreading brotherly love in a place dear to his heart.