Stories

Brotherly Love: The Happy Flower Day ProjectTrisha Gallagher rescues flowers from plant purgatory and spreads it randomly throughout Montgomery County.
Brotherly Love: Stroke Victim Becomes Beacon Of Hope For PatientsOnce a month, a West Philadelphia man walks three blocks from home to a hospital to meet up with his adopted family.
Brotherly Love: Camden County Man Refurbishing Old Computers, Donating Them To Students In NeedMarc Goldstein, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, started tinkering with computers in 1984 and never stopped.
Brotherly Love: Girls Rock PhillyWorking together, the young people learn more than music. They learn how to treat each other.
Brotherly Love: Sharing The Story Of Cathedral KitchenWhen Martin's 60th birthday was approaching earlier this year, she started a Facebook fundraiser for Cathedral Kitchen, raising $4,000 from as far away as Australia, all in two weeks.
Brotherly Love: New Space For Cradles To CrayonsA Philadelphia non-profit that helps thousands of low-income children is about to help even more, kicking off a new phase in a new spot.
Brotherly Love: Snack Packs For Chemo PatientsVolunteers are sending support to local chemotherapy patients carried in thousands of bags.
Bucks County Couple's Plant A Seed Foundation Seeks To Help Youth Pursue PassionsAfter school lessons can bring so many benefits to a child but they can also get expensive.
Brotherly Love: Teens Power Snack SuccessRebel Ventures got started a few years ago, after they won a pitch contest to develop a healthy breakfast snack for schools.
Brotherly Love: Young People With Autism Get Activities All Their OwnFor more than a decade, a Bucks County couple has brought together hundreds of children with autism.
Brotherly Love: The Movement Of 'Latinas In Motion'A Philadelphia mom who wanted some running buddies started a movement that has spread across the nation.
Temple University Student Creates Organization For Classmates To Mentor High School StudentsThe mentoring was set up through Temple student Donovan Forrest and the non-profit he started, DonCARES of Philadelphia, Inc.