This Thanksgiving, more than 100 families will eat a meal delivered with love from “Honey” and her angels.
On a warm sunny day, the Ventnor Community Building and lawn filled with volunteers wanting to replace what Sandy took away.
Klein JCC calls it “Cook for a Friend.” In kitchens across the area, hundreds of volunteers cook up to 50,000 meals a year for homebound senior citizens.
In Eddystone, a trio of brothers is asking the community to step up and help others, especially sick kids.
When Joey Cintron was 16, he was at a party when the cops showed up.
It’s hard being a teenager with a disability, especially if your dream is being in theater. Now, one woman who lived that is providing free acting and singing lessons for dozens of disabled young people.
When runners finish a big race, they usually get medals, each one a literal badge of honor. Some runners are donating their medals to young people going through cancer treatment.
Terry Dougherty is a hero to the troops and their children. The South Jersey teacher has gathered a small army of volunteers to help military children do well in school.
Two grandparents are looking to make life better for children with disabilities. They’re inspired by their own grandson, and they’ve already made a big difference.
A West Philadelphia man who served time in prison has a new lease on life. He recently won a Knight Foundation award for his work inspiring young people.
For several years now, a Bucks County boy has been a big cheerleader for a big cause: helping people with hearing loss through the annual Walk 4 Hearing.
Friends of Joe Mak say he was the life of the party. When he died of lung cancer in his early 30s, they wanted to spread the word about him and help others.
Jamie went through a double mastectomy and 28 rounds of radiation, but her experience gave her an idea: Why not give cancer patients baskets filled with little things that help?
Keeping the beat: That’s the mission of a special jazz band in South Jersey. They’re trying to make a difference in the lives of students who enjoy playing music, but don’t have anywhere to perform.
Thomas Hudson is 16 years old and working his way up to be an Eagle Scout. For his final project, he’s restoring a garden at the Larc School in Bellmawr.