How To Help Victims Of Hurricane IrmaRecovering from Hurricane Irma will take a village and a good number of volunteers.
Celebrities Help Raise Over $44 Million For Hurricane ReliefThe amount of support for those in need after Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma has been amazing to see.
From Blood To Boats, Floridians Give Their Best To Harvey VictimsFloridians continue to help Harvey victims from donating items to giving their own blood.
Give Back To Your Community: "Give Miami Day" Make history on a day that does the same by taking part in "Give Miami Day."
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.
Give Miami Day 2014 Raises A Record $5.2 MillionThe Miami Foundation set a fundraising goal of $5 million for Give Miami Day 2014. After more than 520 local nonprofit organizations participated, that goal was easily broken.
Flock Of Flamingos For A Good Cause Missing A flock of flamingos is missing in Davie. Not real ones, but plastic ones put up for good cause!
Stamp Out Hunger With Donations In Your Mailbox Helping to feed families in need will be as easy as going to your mailbox Saturday. Postal workers will be collecting food items for the 22nd annual Letter Carrier Food Drive.
Miami Rescue Mission Holds Christmas Feast For HomelessThe Miami Rescue Mission is continuing their Christmas tradition by feeding the homeless on Christmas Eve.
Broward Pastor Accused Of Stealing Church DonationsA local pastor is under arrest, accused of stealing church donations.
Miami-Dade Firefighters Collect "Toys For Kids"Miami-Dade County Firefighters are organizing "Toys For Kids" and collecting toys for children in need this holiday season.
Firefighters Spark School Supplies DriveSchool is almost back in session and while parents are gathering supplies, Fort Lauderdale firefighters are hoping they'll be able to help out a lot kids who are less fortunate as well.