Group Offering Honorary Trips To D.C. For Korean War VeteransA group that has been taking World War II veterans on free trips to D.C. for the past eight years has begun taking Korean War veterans as well.
PETA Donating Used Furs To Homeless In ChicagoPETA spokeswoman Ashley Byrne said the furs should be put to good use since they already exist.
Trinity International Football Players Helping Rescue Victims Of Human TraffickingFor the third year, members of the Trinity International University Trojans football team were holding a fundraiser for a women’s shelter for sex trafficking victims in northern India.
Celebrities Help Young Volunteers Mark "We Day" In IllinoisWe Day is part of a global movement rooted in activism, charity, and social change. It features marketers, entrepreneurs, and some of Chicago’s most famous recording artists.
Housing For Homeless Veterans Opening At Hines VA HospitalA window of opportunity was opening Friday morning for the approximately 1,000 homeless veterans living in Chicago.
Chicago Charity Challenge Kicks Off Second YearBusinesses go head-to-head all the time, and many of them will soon begin competing to see which can raise the most charity dollars and provide charity volunteer time from among their employees.
Cops At The Donut Shop? It's No Joke, It's A FundraiserIt's an easy stereotype: cops at the donut shop. But it’s not everyday you’ll see a group of police officers standing on the roof of a Dunkin' Donuts.
Lucas, Hobson Give $25M To University Of Chicago Lab SchoolsStar Wars creator George Lucas and his wife, investment banker Mellody Hobson, have donated $25 million to the University of Chicago Lab Schools, to help pay for construction of a new arts hall.
College Students' Cancer Charity Tour Comes To ChicagoTwo college students’ class project has turned into a non-profit that aims to brighten the lives of young cancer patients, and – when possible – to put other college students in the patients’ shoes.
Atheist Group Hopes 3rd Time's A Charm For $3,000 DonationYou’d think finding someone to take a check for $3,000 – no strings attached – would be an easy task, but a local atheist group recently found itself rejected twice by government boards in the North Shore when it tried to make a donation.
Holiday Push On For Charity DonationsDaniel Borochoff of the independent watchdog group CharityWatch said charitable giving is up a bit this year among people with higher incomes, especially in giving stocks.
Charity, Suburban School Play Santa For Chicago StudentsMore than 1,600 students at Hanson Park Elementary School are getting Christmas gifts from lists they sent along with letters to Santa.