Before donating to a charity, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan offers some helpful advice and warns us about charity scams that have a tech twist.
Donating your old car to charity can be both generous and tax beneficial—if done correctly.
Hurricane Sandy left thousands without power or even their homes, but Zoe Everett lost something far more valuable: her family.
The Montgomery County District Attorney needs your vote more than ever. But it has nothing to do with the elected office she holds.
The region’s largest hunger relief organization says they are in dire need of food and they are asking for the public’s help.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
By Jim Donovan: Just because a charity claims to help those in need, that doesn’t mean they all deliver the goods. So that is why the New Jersey Attorney General is reminding consumers to Investigate […]
PictureHealing is a photo-sharing app that lets users donate to charities of their choosing simply by uploading photos to their social media pages.
“All of our money stays local. In the first 24-years, we’ve raised in excess of $2.2 million.”
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has made it easier than ever to “Investigate Before You Donate” and learn how your favorite charities actually spend the money you give. The Division […]
High School students from the Philadelphia region went head-to-head over a two-week period to collect tons of food for the “Great Food Fight” to benefit Philabundance.
The Atlantic City Restaurant Week preview party was a big success–not just for restaurants and diners, but for several local nonprofits.
At Penncrest High School in Media, a pep rally to rival any football game is being held. The students are getting ready for The Great Food Fight, and there are 22 schools competing to collect food for Philabundance.
By Lynne Adkins PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Catholic Relief Services begin “Operation Rice Bowl” this month to raise money to feed the hungry around the world. Following a blessing on Tuesday, the cardboard rice bowls were […]
When Lizzy Legge and Lauren Quinn of Lower Makefield found out that some Haitian children are forced to be indentured servants, they had to do something.