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A generous donation from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has made it possible to purchase and distribute food to 215 senior citizen households in the Auburn Hills community.
The Southfield chapter of My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) is going to provide free face coverings and hand sanitizer to youth in the area on Saturday.
For the first time in months stores are accepting bottle returns.
Students at Michigan Rock School learn music, community friendship and self-confidence.
Event hosted by Ypsilanti-based nonprofit Friends In Deed.
Of the many problems communities face due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the accumulation of cans -- and no where to put them -- may be the most annoying for som...
Bloomfield Hills-based Carl’s Golfland announced Sunday a $100,000 donation to TaylorMade’s Driving Relief charity fundraiser to support response efforts to the coronavir...
Seemingly overnight, just about every facet of American life changed.
An elementary student from Oakland County is using her free time -- and photography skills -- to raise money for families impacted by the pandemic.
They operate out of a building in Rochester Hills providing meals to students over the weekend so they don’t go without food. Now, the organization needs your help. It’s ...
They are calling it Clipping for COVID-19. Three men, two of whom are roommates, have raised a lot of money for coronavirus relief efforts that will directly impact peopl...
Jason Appling is walking the walk, literally. He co-founded the annual event Tux & Chucks, which raises thousands every year for Metro Detroit non profits.
The Pure Heart Foundation does incredible work for children who really need it, but Friday the charity that works to lift up children whose parents are behind bars had th...
Alissa Czisny stopped by Local 4 to talk about Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer, the nationwide peer-to-peer fundraiser for the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.
Every week, a tent is pitched just outside of Food for the Soul, a local non-profit providing free food every week for people in need.
In its 8th year, the Mitch Albom SAY Detroit Radiothon will be broadcast live for 15-straight hours.
Money raised will be spent on cold weather essentials for homeless residents in Detroit including hats, socks and special sleeping bags.
A 'Game On Cancer' event recognized doctors who fuel the fight against cancer.