Sharing and Caring Hands provides a bridge from the caring concerned community to the people in need of their help.
WCCO-TV, CBS Radio and CBS Outdoor are banning together with the local Red Cross to raise money to support the victims of the storm.
These are some of the resources to help the victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Paul Rode, the man who started raising money for the River Falls, Wis., tragedy on Wednesday in a Hudson parking lot, has collected more than $30,000.
After seeing the heartbreaking story of three girls killed in River Falls, a father in nearby Hudson, Wis. wanted to help. So, through Facebook, Paul Rode set up in a parking lot and started collecting money for the girls’ mother.
WCCO would like to thank everyone who helped provide water to the residents of Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. after flooding hit that area.
The flood in the area near Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. have been devastating to those that live and travel in there.
If you are looking to donate some time or money to an arts program in 2012, you may want to expand your horizons beyond the major theaters and museums. Consider one of these lesser-known organizations, and help a cutting-edge arts group continue to build local communities through arts instruction and outreach.
WCCO has a goal to bring awareness to giving during the holiday season. We hope to inspire our community to reach out and make a difference in the lives of others through stories.
New technology may end up forcing a historic Minnesota theater to close its doors for good.
Donate to THE RED CROSS or THE SALVATION ARMY! text “REDCROSS” to 90999 or “GIVE” to 80888.
The Minnesota Twins are donating $25,000 to relief efforts in Japan.
A Plymouth family is celebrating a Christmas miracle — the gift of life.
Michael J. Fox has a foundation that fights Parkinson’s disease. Lance Armstrong fights cancer. Celebrities and charities have been working together for more than eighty years in the United States. But do celebrities cause us to donate more to charity?