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.
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.
When it comes to charity, a local group of girls aren’t just talking the talk, they’re walking the walk.
Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele says they have “reports from online industry sites of more than 125 online domain names related to the bombing being registered since Monday, as well as a number of Twitter accounts.”
Helping to grow a business while giving back to the community. It’s the brainchild of New Jersey business owner Cheryl Pliskin.
If you make a pledge to a charity, what happens if you fail to pay up? Can you be sued?
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.
For the last year, a homegrown effort in Philadelphia has helped people get some relief from devastating medical bills. For a small amount of money, hundreds of people have made a difference.
Police in Delaware have announced a collection for Officer Justin Wilkers, who was shot over the weekend and remains hospitalized.
A Philadelphia-based nonprofit and Subaru are teaming up to “spread the love” this Valentine’s Day.
More than 200 people donated their time on Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service at the Cradles To Crayons warehouse in Montgomery County to help underprivileged kids throughout the area.