New Jersey Volunteers Helping Those In Need Around The World Get Eye GlassesIt may be 2019, but getting access to eye glasses is becoming more difficult for many Americans due to the cost.
Feeling Charitable: What To Know About Business GivingBefore your company gives or raises money for charity, be aware of the details and legalities of business giving.
New Jersey Activists Working To Provide Help For Syrian Refugees Fleeing WarImam is a Syrian activist in Paterson who is calling on the United States to accept more refugees and do more to stop the war.
Tax Tips: What You Need to Know About Write Offs And DonationsKnowing what you can legitimately deduct off your taxes and what receipts you didn’t need to hold on to after all, can help both you and your accountant avoid a lot of headaches.
President Obama Signs Law On Donations To Slain NYPD Officers' FamiliesThe new legislation extends the deadline to April 15 -- the same deadline for Americans to file their personal income taxes.
5,000 Pounds Of Food Donated To 3 Major Organizations In New York CitySunday's effort kicked off a campaign in New York City called Feeding Our Neighbors, which will run through Feb. 1.
Group Pays Off Families' Layaway Balances In Time For ChristmasA group has made its mission to spread Christmas kindness this holiday season, and the group is doing it one layaway at a time.
Many Retailers Offering Discounts For Donations To CharityBlack Friday and Cyber Monday offer consumers great deals, and now, some companies are going one better.
Toys For Tots Kicks Off Season Of GivingToys for Tots is the largest holiday toy drive program in the nation.
New Jersey No-Kill Animal Shelter In Need Of Donations, Transport VansFor three years stray cats and dogs have found love, shelter and safe haven at the Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation in Cliffside Park.
Salvation Army Cadets Are On A Mission To Dance For The PoorIt's Christmas time in the city! The season is known for holiday staples like the tree at Rockefeller Center, and the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall.
AG: L.I. 'Scam Artist' Duped Customers With Kidney Transplant ServiceA Long Island "scam artist" has agreed to close up shop after authorities said he charged desperate customers to facilitate kidney donations, a violation of state and federal law.
Quinn Slams De Blasio Over Report About Meeting With 'Slumlord'City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Christine Quinn attacked rival Bill de Blasio on Sunday, after a newspaper report claimed he met with a “slumlord” on Staten Island.
New York AG Report Finds 42 Percent Of Sandy Donations UnspentSpeaking to reporters Wednesday in the flood- and fire-ravaged Breezy Point section of Queens, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman questioned whether aid money has been spent urgently enough in the nearly nine months since the storm.
Met Museum Spokesman: Claims About Admissions Policy Are 'Fiction'A spokesman for the Metropolitan Museum of Art dismissed as “a total fiction” claims in a published report that the museum bases pay for its cashiers on how much money they bring in despite its policy of only demanding a suggested donation.