Make this a summer to remember for the whole family with these five ways to bring everyone together while enjoying the warmer weather.
A family is keeping chores constant even while on vacation and it’s all in the name of helping others.
Especially now that school is out for the summer, young volunteers are a common sight at The Humane Society of New York.
Dean Cain, the actor best known for playing Superman on the “Lois and Clark” TV series, has been focusing his attention lately on helping the less fortunate.
Kate Manning, author of “My Notorious Life”, shares four charities in New York City where you can give back this holiday season.
More companies than ever before are giving workers paid time to do charity work, according to a recent study. Analysts say that number is expected to keep growing.
Former members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have already given much to the country used this Veterans Day to help storm victims who were still hurting after Superstorm Sandy.
After the skies clear and the water recedes, the human response to a disaster on the order of Hurricane Sandy is to give back. Here are five great ways to do so in New York City right now.
The Harvey School teamed up with Habitat For Humanity to require all students to take part in a day of service.
Instead of going to the beach today, students on Long Island spent Sunday volunteering. Farmingdale State College students spent the day cleaning up the Long Island campus to make it look perfect for an open house later this week.
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.
In this segment of Eye on New York, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler speaks with Gary Bagley, executive director of New York Cares, about the upcoming New York Cares Day on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Volunteer Bob Kirsch said that he simply felt blessed for all that has been given to him and wanted to give back to others.