We’re getting some mixed messages on how much people are willing to spend this holiday season.
Thousands of locals will have something to smile about thanks to an effort by the United Way.
Blood donations in May and June were at the lowest level the Red Cross has seen in more than a decade, but demand for blood products remained steady.
Emergency management officials are shaking their heads after learning that many donations intended for tornado victims went to other charities.
The people of central Massachusetts have no qualms about offering support after last week’s tornadoes, and it’s those grassroots efforts that are most impressive.
With countless donations headed to tornado-ravaged areas in Massachusetts, the United Way of Tri-County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Donation Management System are now helping coordinate the relief effort.
Even though recent news events have overshadowed it, residents in the south are still reeling from last week’s record-setting string of tornadoes.
BOSTON (CBS) – Many Massachusetts residents are eager to assist in the international relief effort for Japan. But, Attorney General Martha Coakley is warning people to be careful when donating. The AG’s office says there […]
A local couple is collecting used hockey equipment to clean and donate to other children who may not be able to afford the expensive sport.
‘Tis the season of giving, but how much of what you give goes where you expect?