Kids from South Florida, and the world, have a good time at a tough time of their lives while battling cancer, thanks to the group “My Wish 4 U,” but someone stole a key element to that happiness Monday morning.
The 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.
Many non-profit organizations are providing resources, support and advocacy for veterans. Find out how these non-profits are supporting veterans in the U.S.
It started with a visit from a judge to the pastor of Sheridan Hills who wanted to avoid sending kids with behavioral problems to jail. Now, some 46 years later, the Sheridan House continues to provide help for families on everything from counseling to meal planning on a budget and more.
Make history on a day that does the same: serve people in crisis by donating to Neighbors 4 Neighbors on 12/12/12 – “Give Miami Day”.
South Floridians are showing their generosity by donating to victims of Hurricane Sandy, but local non-profits say they’re in need of donations as well as the holiday season approaches.
We hear stories about the cycle of abuse, but rarely is it ever caught on camera.
A South Florida based swimwear line called BodyJock is fast becoming the “go to” suits for buff beachgoers.
They wear U.S. military fatigues and claim to be war veterans while soliciting drivers for cash at South Florida street corners. But are they? The CBS4 I-Team Reporter Stephen Stock investigates the Disabled Veterans Foundation’s fundraising.
CBS4 and myTV33 celebrated a special honor for a long standing commitment to a community group close to our hearts – Neighbors 4 Neighbors.