Giving Tuesday turned out to be a big success here in Baltimore.
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is known across the world as a time to donate your money, time and services to those who need it most. And Baltimore is rolling up its sleeves to pitch in.
The Bea Gaddy Family Center’s Thanksgiving Day dinner draws thousands. But did you know, with three weeks to go, preparations have already begun?
A Baltimore man paralyzed from the waist down in a shooting after a 2004 charity basketball game at Randallstown High School has been awarded more than $21 million in a civil lawsuit against the shooter and his accomplice.
Department of Corrections officers in Prince George’s County are taking the plunge to benefit school children.
Ladarius Webb talks about his foundation’s softball event this weekend and recovring from last seasons injury.
A new ranking of the most generous cities in online donations shows Seattle residents give the most money to charity, followed by three cities in the Washington, D.C., region.
Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards says her staff has taken a 2 percent pay cut to avoid anyone being furloughed as a result of government-wide spending cuts, and she’ll donate an equivalent part of her salary to charity.
A former employee of a nonprofit that served the intellectually disabled has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for stealing more than $166,000 from the organization and its clients.
More than 900 people plunged into the waters of Maryland’s Lake Habeeb at Rocky Gap State Park, all in the name of charity.
A quiet, low-profile Washington philanthropist has left a surprise bequest of $28 million to one of the oldest social service charities in the nation’s capital.
About 400 people plunged into the Potomac River in Williamsport on New Year’s Day.