If you want to make sure that your money is used a certain way by a charity, can you?
A retired Bucks county schoolteacher is collecting diapers to help mothers living in poverty.
Charities have serious concerns that they won’t have enough to make sure all families have the Christmas they deserve.
A jury has found a central Pennsylvania police chief guilty of theft by extortion for telling motorists they could avoid traffic fines if they made donations to a borough playground fund.
An effort is under way to give military families a helping hand this holiday season, particularly those with a deployed loved one.
The mother was sentenced to three years probation.
If you get a call on behalf of the Fraternal Order of Police, what do you do?
October 2nd is World Cerebral Palsy Day, and a Conshohocken woman is working to raise awareness with the help of yoga and a documentary film.
Conservationists are worried about losing Pennsylvania’s rich trove of historical artifacts.
A local nonprofit for shelter animals is reaching out to the public for help.
Nearly 100 residents of a Levittown apartment complex who were displaced by Friday night’s fire may be getting some help, thanks to the American Red Cross and State Representative Frank Farry.
Penn State says its fundraising efforts are on the rebound after donations fell sharply after the arrest of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on child molestation charges.
A local law firm is looking to give money to non-profits focused on veterans or education.
The Gloucester County DREAM Park says it will be accepting items such as diapers, baby food, cleaning supplies, horse blankets, vet wrap, horse feed, dog food, and cat food.