Areva Martin, president and co-founder of Special Needs Network, stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers about the network’s annual Christmas event and toy drive.
Courtney Lutkus and Sara Dodd from American Family Housing stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to tell viewers about their free Thanksgiving community meal event.
Marketing Executive of Olah Inc., Brad Alden Mowry, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss the company JeansProject, which has created a premium, “Made in America” jean under $100!
Spokesperson from Disney On Ice and a stylist from Toni & Guy Hair Academy stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss their hair-cutting event and to tell viewers how to donate their hair to provide children with hairpieces and wigs.
Costa Mesa Firefighters are fulfilling children’s holiday wishes with their 10th annual Letters to Santa program.
Food pantries are places of last resort for many people down on their luck, trying to survive in this economy. But the L.A. Regional Food Bank reports that many of the agencies that provide free food for those in need are in need themselves.
With an estimated 1.25 million children across southern Somalia in urgent need of life-saving care, UNICEF is calling for help to make saving children’s lives the top priority and to urgently support all efforts to reach children in need.
The city of Riverside and the American Red Cross are holding a blood drive to benefit tornado victims in the South.
The U.S. government and other nations were sending personnel to assist Japan in its response to the earthquakes and tsunami that have devastated the country. U.S. aid groups were accepting private donations for relief efforts.
For girls living in foster homes there can be challenges to getting a hold of a glamorous dress. That’s why dozens of fairy godmothers are making sure that girls in need can also get dolled up for the occasion.
The Humane Society is in desperate need of donations and help from contractors. If you would like to help go to their Web site.