The United Way is hosting a huge volunteer event Thursday designed specifically for those who want to help but may be short on time.
On Tuesday, a national study ranked the Twin Cities No. 1 in the United States, for volunteering. It just goes to show that Minnesotans tackle tough assignments — everything from children’s literacy to veteran’s needs to environmental clean up.
The Red River in Fargo, N.D. hit major flood stage Wednesday and hundreds of volunteers spent the day sandbagging in several neighborhoods. The effort is expected to last through the weekend.
This week’s Community Spotlight winner takes us to Edina where an ice skating team is turning heads on and off the ice.
At STEP, the St. Louis Park Emergency Program, the agency was closed to clients but open to volunteers. Three Minnetonka families were among those volunteering Monday afternoon.
Twice a month, WCCO-TV gets to do something pretty fun — surprise someone who’s helping others. This week’s Making a Difference winners are Suzanne Rode and Lisa Rambo who started Every Monday Matters.