Glaxo Smith Kline gave nine $40,000 “Impact Award” grants to nonprofit groups that work to create healthier communities through education, food resources, shared spaces, and more.
Nonprofits and social service agencies at the shore are trying to fill the back-to-school needs of families affected by the Atlantic City casino closings.
The Made In America festival once again benefits the local chapter of the United Way.
Teams of 20 take turns pulling the 50-ton jet to raise money for the United Way of Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Mayor Nutter wants Gov. Corbett’s funding plan implemented. City Council president Darrell Clarke and fellow councilmembers want vacant school properties sold off.
The United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania has launched a new, free hotline to help connect people to health and human services organizations.
With the Super Bowl coming this weekend, a local chef has some easy party tips. A center city restaurant now offers carb-free sushi, and a fundraiser in Chester County is all about chocolate!
The last of W-2 forms will soon be in the mail, so you can start tackling your returns. But as 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan reports, free help for some is already available.
The drives will benefit numerous New Jersey relief organizations, including the Salvation Army and United Way of Monmouth County.
This weekend’s “Made in America” concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia could translate into some big dollars for the local United Way.
After they are packed with school supplies, homeless shelters and other social service agencies will pick up the backpacks for distribution to needy children.
Seven United Way chapters are forming the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, effective July 1st.
New Jersey homeowners who are having difficulty making mortgage payments because of job loss, reduced income, or other reasons will have the opportunity to get some help next week as United Way of Burlington County […]
A search team is now in place, to help the School Reform Commission find Philadelphia’s next schools superintendent.
27-percent of Philadelphians live below the poverty line. It’s a number that has risen four percent in the last 10 years, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report, released today.