11-Year-Old Girl's Passion For Knitting Hats Is Helping Those In NeedWhen COVID-19 forced us into our homes last year, Abby Stovern turned to the internet for inspiration...and she landed on knitting.
'I’m Going To Donate It All': 5-Year-Old Sells His Pumpkins To Raise Money For OthersA pumpkin harvest in central Minnesota proves there is plenty of hope for our future. WCCO met a young man named Emmitt in Monticello and found his giant gourds are no match for the size of his heart.
3M Open Golf Tournament Is Telling Patients' Stories In A Special WayWhen the 3M Open Golf Tournament kicks off on Tuesday, spectators will find plenty of reasons to smile.
What Started As Holiday Workouts For Charity Became A Community MissionMolly Doyle began a simple holiday fundraiser this month. She would give 25 days of workouts for $25. She raised nearly $10,000.
'Every Meal' Launches Winter ProgramTo continue providing 50,000 meals per week to Minnesota kids this winter, Every Meal needs the community’s help.
After His Home Burns, Neighbors Step In To Help Man Who Always Helped OthersThe death of George Floyd compelled Ronnie Guy to go to the intersection of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis.
Charities Say Need For Giving Higher Than Ever This Holiday SeasonThe Salvation Army says the requests for food boxes are up tenfold since the start of the pandemic and needs across the country are up 15%, and at the same time their revenue from kettle donations could be cut in half.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Hudson Realtors Turn Missed Vacation Into Local BenefitTropical resorts and Midwestern restaurants are all feeling the economic bite of the pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Minnesota Mom Donates Daycare Tuition Money For Healthcare WorkersLike many, Angel Uecker is working from home.
'Minnesota Blessing' Facebook Group Connects People Seeking To Give, Receive HelpAs we saw Wednesday with donations to the Drake Hotel fire victims, Minnesotans always answer the call to help their neighbors in need.
How Many Homeless Are On Minnesota's Cold Streets?More than 7,200 Minnesotans were homeless last year, including 300 veterans. Organizations like the VA, MAC-V and Simpson Housing work together to identify who need help.
Colorado Charity To Dissolve Under Settlement With MinnesotaMinnesota's attorney general says a Colorado-based charity has agreed to spend $425,000 on programs benefiting veterans and then dissolve itself to settle allegations it falsely promised donors to use their money to buy phone cards for service members and their families.
Employee Charged With Allegedly Stealing $75K From AMVETS, ShrinersA Coon Rapids man who was responsible for collecting money for various charities, including those designated to help veterans and children, is accused of stealing nearly $75,000 in donations.
Twin Cities Teams Pull Together For FraserThe event pitted 20 teams against each other to benefit Fraser, Minnesota’s leader in providing services to people with autism.
Good Question: How Generous Are Minnesotans With Money?We know Minnesotans are generous with giving their time, but how generous are they with their money? Good Question.