Brotherly Love: 'Lost' Hats In Philly, South Jersey Meant For The HomelessColorful hats, mittens, and more are appearing in unexpected public places in Philadelphia and South Jersey.
Brotherly Love: Sisters Create #BlackMenRead Poster CampaignAmanda and Andrea Blassingame are creating a poster campaign called #BlackMenRead in Philadelphia.
Boy Offers Free Coats On Trenton StreetsA New Jersey boy is getting up very early to warm up some strangers, by putting out coats that are meant to be taken away.
Young Heroes Outreach Program Teaching Students Fundamentals Of CivicsA program bringing civics into classrooms shows elementary school is not too young to make a difference in the world.
Philadelphia Nonprofit Teaching Hundreds Of Children To CodeEvery week, Coded by Kids teaches 300 to 450 kids, focusing on groups underserved or under-represented in the tech industry.
Montgomery County High School Students Turning Plastic Bags Into Sleeping Mats A group of Montgomery County high school students are taking trash and making something useful.
Got Books? School Book Bank Supplies TeachersSome Philadelphia volunteers that help hundreds of teachers could use a little help themselves to bring books to kids big and small.
When Cancer Coach Needed Help, A Patient Stepped UpAl now has six Cancer Who? ambassadors spread out at four local children's hospitals. He hopes it's just the start.
Brotherly Love: Bringing Dance Alive For Adults With Special Needs"When you dance, your life gets fuller," LaPierre said, and he says that's true whatever your ability.
Salvation Army Donors Adopt Families for ChristmasFour-year-old Tahjah is already excited for Christmas.
Brotherly Love: Salvation Army Blazing A Path To EmploymentBehind the red kettles and the big boxes of toys are the other ways the Salvation Army helps families.
Collegeville Foster Family Steps In To Bring Siblings Together“I’m just really thankful for everybody that’s in my life right now,”
People Of All Abilities Come Together To Cook For CharityEvery Monday, between 20 and 30 clients with a wide range of ages and abilities gather for the Helping Heroes program in Bala Cynwyd.
Turning Fear Into Action: College Student Creates Movement To Support Those Suffering From EpilepsyShe has built something she wishes she had when she was diagnosed years ago.
Helping The Planet And A PantryOn Temple's campus, a schoolwide project has been helping both students and the planet.