One Fund Boston
A 22-year-old Boston man is facing charges after officials say he submitted a false claim to The One Fund Boston worth $2.195 million.
A coast-to-coast run for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings came to an end early Monday morning on Boylston Street.
Starting Sunday, 232 victims of the Boston Marathon bombings will be receiving checks from One Fund Boston.
A small group of students from Watertown High School had a special gift for the head of the One Fund Boston Wednesday.
A Needham woman who ran into countless hurdles trying to get her fundraiser off the ground finally made it happen on Saturday.
The artists are excited to do something for the bombing survivors and first responders who have inspired them so much.
Pat Garrett, a personal trainer in Derry, was working the day of the Boston Marathon. In the middle of the afternoon, he saw there had been a flurry of calls to his cell phone, which he said is kind of unusual. Garrett said he finally picked up the phone, and saw a message from his daughter that caught his attention.
One Fund Boston has released its final plan to distribute more than $30 million that has been raised in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
One Fund Boston administrator Kenneth Feinberg says right now there is just not enough money to go around to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The administrator of a fund created for people injured in the Boston Marathon bombings and the families of those who were killed plans to hold meetings with victims next week and begin cutting checks by the end of June.