In 2008 retired Super Bowl Champion George Martin walked across the country in an effort to help those 9-11 responders who were not receiving the medical treatment that they needed.
Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Josh Groban and more come together next month for a music-filled night celebrating educators around the country who make learning fun.
Gotham Gossipist: Chris Brown, Drake Reportedly Offered Celebrity Boxing Match To Officially Settle Score
The bar brawl between Chris Brown and Drake in a SoHo nightclub two weeks ago may be the fight that saves Chris Brown’s career.
What would you do if you were 13-years-old and you had $30,000? David Feuerstein gave it all away, but when it was gone he still wanted to do more.
Spring is an ideal time to get out there and try something new. Have you thought about volunteering? Here are the 7 best places to offer your time and talents in New York City.
A dollar can make a difference and this holiday season one man is making a major push using that mantra to help needy New Yorkers.
A 109-year tradition, Volunteers of America’s Sidewalk Santas can be found stationed beside their signature chimneys throughout Manhattan every Friday in December. But not without some schooling first.
It’s a cancer charity charade that’s outraged a community. A New Jersey couple is accused of running a phony group that claimed to help children battling cancer, but instead, investigators say they helped themselves.
The INN, located in Hempstead, will opening the doors to Long Island’s largest soup kitchen, the Mary Brennan INN, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to give the community an opportunity to tour the facility and learn about the agency’s programs.
AmeriCares president Curt Welling told reporters that the third delivery of medical and hygiene supplies is now on it’s way from Toyko to Sendai.
After winning “Oprah’s Big Give” Port Chester businessman Stephen Paletta got to thinking – ‘Wouldn’t it be great if everyday people could set up their own foundations?’
A Long Island charity will announce the winners of its annual college scholarship this Friday in Babylon.
The office manager of a well-known Long Island charity is charged with stealing more than $130,000 by using the organization’s credit cards for personal spending sprees, police said.
As the temperatures drop, families will need to keep their children warm so a group on Long Island is encouraging children to do just that and help other kids.
The organization’s center in Waterbury is faced with the predicament of trying to aid people who used to be regular donors, now coming in to ask for assistance.