Oftentimes a tragedy helps focus one’s desire to do works of charity.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
A Jewish charity co-founder who billed himself as a “Jewish Indiana Jones” bent on recusing vintage Torahs across the globe was sentenced to more than four years in prison on Thursday for conning donors out of about $1 million.
Lance Armstrong says he’ll participate in a charity triathlon near Baltimore next month, about six weeks after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency stripped him of seven Tour de France titles for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs.
Though Census figures show Maryland to be the most affluent state in the country, nearly 10 percent of our population lives in poverty.
Art Modell not only brought football back to Baltimore, he also breathed new life into the arts and charitable causes with millions of dollars in donations over a decade.
Before the Army, Spc. Mark Lopez never ran a mile in his life.
A former administrator of a nonprofit group in Prince George’s County has been charged with stealing more than $100,000 from the organization.
Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is back in the public eye. Two years after she was forced to step down in a corruption scandal, Dixon faces city residents in a comedy roast.
Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, who resigned in 2010 amid scandal, will be teased and insulted — all for charity.
It’s a new concept in charitable giving. It’s called GiveCorps. It started here in Baltimore last year by two entrepreneurs who are taking the groupon concept to a whole new level.
Dining hall cooks from five local universities are taking part in a cafeteria cook-off, all in the name of charity.