Jordan Gray is just eight years old, but she is already more than familiar with having to undergo procedures in the hospital. She spent part of her summer working a lemonade stand in order to donate her earnings to other children in the hospital who suffer from ailments.
Giving doesn’t have to be an expensive or elaborate process. Often, giving in simple ways is much more fulfilling and brings more warmth to your heart.
Two-thousand school children from impoverished Los Angeles neighborhoods will receive free school supplies in Echo Park on Saturday as part of the Dream Center’s 15th annual “Back To School Bash.”
A young man’s tragic loss has prompted him to help others by starting a charity for kids who’ve also lost their mothers.
Los Angeles athletes and coaches from the Dodgers, Kings and Clippers are set to take part in Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw’s 3rd Annual PingPong4Purpose charity event on Thursday.
Jason Wirtzer is a licensed pilot who claims to be helping out vets by running a charity which raffles off planes.
After our story aired, donations have been flooding in and the group says they now have recovered all the food that was stolen.
A foundation with a message to feed the hungry and efforts that seem to get an outpouring of support from Southland shoppers is not what it seems, a CBS2 investigation by David Goldstein uncovered.
Two favorite charities of Gov. Jerry Brown are getting a flood of donations from wealthy California business interests.
An educational charity makes a day on the golf course equal to a life changing history lesson for San Dimas, California students.
Several high school seniors Tuesday donated more than $10,000 to several charities as part of a fundraising project at Norwalk High School.
Sam Simon was no stranger to giving back and benefiting the community.
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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.