A Philly dog born with a rare abnormality has captured the hearts of people across the country. Now, he has become an “ambassador” for children who share his condition.
One of the hungriest sections of Philadelphia is getting not only food, but healthy food, thanks to the efforts of a Mt. Airy woman and her volunteers.
The whole idea started with some young supporters of MANNA, the Philadelphia organization that makes meals for people with life-threatening illnesses. They gave us a taste of the upcoming competition.
Volunteers in South Jersey have sparked a reading and writing revolution among school children.
A triathlon is a grueling test of physical stamina, but in some cases, it’s not just well-conditioned athletes taking part.
One local woman and her daughter are going the extra mile to brighten birthdays for children in need.
For many at-risk children in the Philadelphia area, a mentor can play a huge role, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania are doing their part to help.
When it comes to charity, a local group of girls aren’t just talking the talk, they’re walking the walk.
Helping to grow a business while giving back to the community. It’s the brainchild of New Jersey business owner Cheryl Pliskin.
Sports championships are always big news. Chess championships, almost never. But volunteer coaches and their supporters are helping young chess players from Philadelphia travel to the big show.
Thousands of people immigrate to the United States every year. Elderly immigrants who don’t speak English can find themselves lonely in a new country. Now there’s a national effort to help, born in the city of brotherly love.
Two Hatboro-Horsham High School teachers wanted to make blankets for cancer patients. They asked for a little help online, and it started pouring in.
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.