The federal government’s Office of Justice Programs is requiring the Philadelphia-based nonprofit group to do a better job of managing and administering future grants to ensure that funds are not misspent.
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.
The forecast often calls for rain, but a drop never seems to fall. The sun shines, the temperature hovers around 90 degrees, and the lives of many children and adults alike are changed forever. It’s the annual Eagles Youth Partnership Playground Build, and it happened for the 17th time on Wednesday.
Andy and Tammy Reid will sell many of their old belongings to benefit Laurel House in Norristown.
See the complete list of items you can bid on in the Phillies Phantastic Auction, including dinner with Charlie Manuel and Anthony Gargano, or a bullpen session with Cole Hamels.
Thousands of participants in Sunday’s Broad Street Run stripped down to their shorts and t-shirts right before the race, leaving behind their jackets and sweats for volunteers to collect and give to charity.
Phillies utility man Laynce Nix is getting special bats made to auction off and raise money for the town of West, Texas.
Annual Home Run Derby benefits CHOP and honors GW High student who died of Leukemia.
If you make a pledge to a charity, what happens if you fail to pay up? Can you be sued?
Judge William Morgan signed an order Tuesday that allows The Second Mile to sell the property for $650,000.
One local charity is hoping items purged during spring cleaning will wind up in their custody so they can use them to help others.
The next time you go, why not consider the needs of others while you take care of your own.
Theresa Rose and a group of volunteers started Philly Stake in September 2010. It was a simple idea: Organize a homemade dinner and sell tickets. The money goes in a pot. During the meal, the diners read and hear about community projects, then vote.
A New Jersey brewery has raised $45,000 for various charities helping to rebuild after Sandy – all from a single beer with a very interesting name.
Craft beer drinkers will soon be able to drink to charity while sending a message to the most hated “woman” on the East Coast: Sandy.