Some local senior citizens are turning their free time into free help for charity. It all started with a volunteer at an Elkins Park synagogue. She wanted to give senior citizens a place to socialize. Now the eight members are paying it forward.
Small donations from a lot of people can change a life. That’s what a local cancer patient saw when she reached out for help.
Nine-month-old Nadiya came into this world early, at a time when her family had only one income.
A college experience might seem out of reach for adults with intellectual disabilities. But thanks to a program at Temple University, some of those people are finding themselves on campus and in class.
A local photographer says every parent deserves a beautiful portrait of their baby. So she found a unique way to help low-income parents: offering free photo sessions.
Helping families going through hard times is the mission of a charitable South Jersey couple. The couple jokingly calls their project Just Two Boring People, but the couple is serious about pulling together people for good.
This Downingtown charity opens its doors several times a week, getting more than half a million pounds of food to people who need it.
Helping the homeless one sale at a time. That’s the mission of a thrift boutique in the trendy neighborhood of Fairmount.
Career Wardrobe’s store on Spring Garden Street, The Wardrobe Boutique, is full of fashion: clothes, accessories and bags, all donated to raise money for other women.
A retired Bucks county schoolteacher is collecting diapers to help mothers living in poverty.
Tens of thousands of troops are spending the holidays far from home. But some local volunteers want them to know they’re not forgotten.
Friends of a South Jersey woman with cancer have teamed up to raise funds for her treatment.
Every year, there is a need for holiday cheer at Veterans Administration hospitals. No one wants to be in the hospital over the holidays. So a Clifton Heights woman has made it her tradition to bring Christmas to some of the people there.
Seniors without family or friends can have an especially tough time at the holidays. So a group of Wharton students stepped in to give some of them their own party.
The Empty Bowl Benefit Dinner started 20 years ago. It was small, fewer than a couple dozen people.