Salvation Army Of Greater New York Provides Kids With 'Camp In A Box'The Salvation Army of Greater New York is getting creative in providing kids across the state the opportunity to enjoy virtual camp after activities at Star Lake Camp were canceled for the summer.
NYC Teens Get Creative To Give Back And Connect During Coronavirus ShutdownAs CBSN New York’s Nina Kapur reports, they are not letting their charitable spirit get burnt out by coronavirus – instead, using it to help others.
New York Teens Start 'Kind Words USA' Initiative To Send Handwritten 'Thank You' Notes To Health Care WorkersAlong with a friend from Chicago, New York teens Herman Bikoko and Henry Barrera have mailed more than 300 thank-you cards to 10 hospitals across the country.
My Story: Stony Brook University Hospital Launches Initiative For Nurses To Connect With Their PatientsStony Brook University Hospital recently started a new initiative called "My Story" to help nurses learn more about their COVID-19 patients through story boards created by their families.
Bronx Parent Housing Network Combating Food Insecurity By Handing Out Meals In Vulnerable CommunitiesChildren are being affected in many ways by COVID-19. In just last month, the United Nations warned that children are in danger of malnourishment and poverty due to the pandemic.
World War II Veteran Joseph Guagenti Laid To Rest Amid Coronavirus Pandemic; 'He Was An American Hero'Joseph Guagenti, 94, is described as kind, gentle and courageous by those who knew him best. 
Mount Sinai Doctor Working In COVID-19 Unit Tells Of 6-Week Restriction From Seeing His FamilyCan you imagine going more then a month without seeing your loved ones?
Coronavirus Innovation: Doctor's 'Intubation Boxes' Helping Protect Frontline Medical TeamsSince distributing the first four to Brookdale Hospital earlier this month, requests keep coming in - but production is not cheap. Each box costs around $160 to make.
Coronavirus Update: 8-Year-Old Gathers Food Donations, Not Gifts, For His BirthdayA little boy used his birthday as a chance to do some good and rally his community behind him. 
Coronavirus Volunteer Medical Workers Wrapping Up Their Stay In NYCThe many health care workers who dropped everything to be there for New York City are returning home Wednesday after weeks on the front line.
Coronavirus Update: Grocery Store Workers And Customers Stressed About ShoppingScared, anxious, worried, and stressed. Those are some of the words grocery store workers are using. They fear catching the coronavirus each day when they go to work.
Coronavirus Update: Summer Camps & Parents Brace For Possibility Of CancellationParents around the tri-state are bracing for the possibility of camps being canceled this summer because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Parking App Boxcar Transforms Into Grocery Delivery AppA New Jersey man has transformed his app for parking spots into an app for residents in Madison to purchase groceries and pick them up without leaving their cars.
'Beautiful' Cast, Queens Students Raise Voices Up In Friendship And SongAs we're being told to keep our distance, artists young and old are bringing us together proving once again the power of the arts.
Coronavirus And Passover: How New Yorkers Are Changing Their CelebrationsThe holidays may look a little different this spring through experts have tips on how to keep Passover celebrations as normal as possible.