Homeless Man Gets Year Of Free Wings After Finding Rude Note On CheckA Buffalo Wild Wings in Louisiana is stepping up to help the local homeless after one of their servers allegedly left a vulgar note on a customer's receipt.
Homeless Encampments: Philadelphia's Latest Battle In War Against OpioidsLiz Hersh of the Office of Homeless Services called the encampments "a humanitarian crisis."
Center City Transportation Hub Is Transformed Into 'Hub Of Hope' For Philly HomelessThe sparkling new facility in Suburban Station is the culmination of years of work by homeless advocates, city officials and SEPTA.
Vending Machines For The Homeless Coming To U.S. In 2018The unique invention is believed to be the first vending machine tailored specifically to the needs of the homeless.
Construction Begins On Philly's First LGBT-Friendly Housing For HomelessIn North Philadelphia, they're ripping up a parking lot to put up what could be paradise for a particular group of homeless young adults.
Homeless Samaritan To Get House, Dream Truck, Trust FundsA New Jersey woman who got roadside aid from a homeless man in Philadelphia has raised more than $385,000 for him — enough to buy a home and his dream truck and provide him with a small annual salary.
Homeless Hero Helps Concert Attack VictimsStephen Jones, a homeless man who was outside the Manchester Arena when Monday's deadly attack took place, is being hailed as a hero after he helped the wounded as they fled the scene.
Volunteers Camp Out In Cape May County To Raise Awareness Of HomelessnessOrganizers say the event focuses on educating others on the realities of homelessness.
Outreach Experts Say Face Of Homeless Getting Younger In NJLast year's count found 8,941 homeless men, women and children across New Jersey.
Philly Barber Brings Awareness to Homelessness Through Haircuts, Lunch InitiativeA Philadelphia man is making it his mission to bring awareness to homelessness through his personal initiative: “Haircuts for the Homeless".
Vigil Held To Remember Homeless, Formerly Homeless Philadelphians Who Died In 2016Dozens of people gathered with candles and remembrance signs Wednesday evening at Thomas Paine Plaza in Center City to honor homeless and formerly homeless Philadelphians who passed away this past year.
Effort Underway To Give Homeless A Place To Go In Single-Digit Wind ChillsPhiladelphia's Code Blue makes 300 extra shelter beds available.