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Pro skateboarder Ryan Sheckler says his foundation has reached the milestone of donating more than $1 million to support pediatric causes, programs for at-risk youth and help for injured action sports athletes.
Thursday night, off the field, Dodgers hurler Clayton Kershaw showed why, when it comes to giving, he is something of a giant and in a league of his own.
Al Mejia and his wife Laurie Mejia stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about their son’s charity, Donovan’s Smile.
Just under 2,800 runners Monday took part in an annual “Conquer the Bridge” race in San Pedro for charity.
The 5th Annual Catalina to Cabrillo Beach Relay is about 26 nautical miles.
CBS2’s Stephanie Simmons reports Marta Ferro and Ann Lawrence are leveraging female purchasing power with their new site Pink51.com.
A charity mini-golf tournament featuring a couple of time-traveling celebrities – and one very familiar DeLorean – was set to be held Monday.
Authorities are trying to determine the cause of a massive fire that destroyed a rescue mission in North Hollywood and displaced more than a dozen people.
Nanci Christopher, founder of the Sugar & Stilettos bake sale extravaganza, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the event.
A pair of CSU Long Beach students will be riding their bikes from California to Washington, D.C. to raise money for the disabled community.
Dodgers’ pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu will be signing autographs for monetary donations on Sunday in an effort to raise funds for the survivors and families of the victims of the Sewol ferry tragedy.
While most recognized Paul Walker from the “Fast & the Furious” franchise, few knew about the late actor’s charitable heart.
Food Finders has teamed up with the city of Long Beach for a pajama party on Dec. 6 to help raise awareness for residents in need.
Los Angeles County has been described as the “homeless capital” of the nation with close to 60,000 people living without homes, according to the United Way.