City of Hope Philadelphia is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its event, “Let Them Eat Cake,” with a preview event at The Shops at Liberty Place, and it involves free cake.
The event has raised $3 million for the charity since the first Phone Bank in 2010.
On Sunday, February 9th, Laurentius Salon will be donating the entire day’s proceeds to Pieter’s family so that they can continue his treatment here in Philadelphia.
Cuba Libre in Old City will be raising money for Filipino relief efforts on Monday with a special dinner.
The Empty Bowl Benefit Dinner started 20 years ago. It was small, fewer than a couple dozen people.
The Farmhouse is a small retreat facility in Kennett Square, Chester County and founder Barbara Montgomery says it’s the perfect place to bring female veterans together to connect following the horrors of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Philadelphia non-profit that provides a safe place for child sex abuse victims to access law enforcement is having its annual fundraiser next week.
The USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey held its 72nd annual gala Friday night and this year they brought the festivities to the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
On Tuesday, September 10th, the stadium will hold its inaugural “Phillies Bark in the Park,” a night for Phillies-loving dog owners and their pups.
The 1600 block of Spring Garden Street may look more like a track and field venue today between the hours of 8:30am and 2:00pm, as students at Masterman High run to raise cash for their school.
The second annual community fundraiser for ‘Brave Hearts For Strong Minds’ took place Saturday on the campus of La Salle University.
Jen Utley stopped by Talk Philly to speak about the Utley Foundation’s annual fundraiser.
A local shelter for homeless teens is holding its biggest fundraiser of the year Monday night.
When it comes to charity, a local group of girls aren’t just talking the talk, they’re walking the walk.
Helping to grow a business while giving back to the community. It’s the brainchild of New Jersey business owner Cheryl Pliskin.