Since Hurricane Sandy worked her way through, the city food trucks have been on the front lines feeding the hungry
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Meals on Wheels for Western New York that serves more than 3,000 homebound seniors and people with disabilities.
The 34th annual Seattle Times Fund For The Needy campaign will benefit 12 local charities
If you're anything like us, you've had quite enough of family by Saturday, thank you very much. Local businesses are to the rescue, with a good (and do-gooding) excuse to get you out of the house.
Since November 1, a group called Mercy Chefs, using a retrofitted RV mobile kitchen, has been supplying hot meals to New Yorkers who lost power after Hurricane Sandy.
It was the start of Thanksgiving at the Brick Police Athletic League building, but the preparation started exactly three weeks ago, two days after Hurricane Sandy blasted through the area.
The Spirit of America is helping to feed New Yorkers affected by Hurricane Sandy
By Brock Radke | LasVegasWeekly.com What is quickly becoming a local dynasty began with an effort to strengthen the community. Rainer Galgana, who was working...
"When we sat down and started talking about this we were concerned about people who might be displaced by an emergency,"