Group Collecting Toys For Children Of Imprisoned MothersHolly Krig, director of organizing for Moms United Against Violence and Incarceration, said the group regularly organizes trips for the kids to see their moms, and this is the second year they're collecting toys.
Toy Drive Ends, But Cancer Foundation Still Going StrongSue Staehely’s son, Mark, started the toy drive in 2000, getting people to donate 150 toys to the pediatric cancer unit at Children’s Memorial Hospital – now Lurie Children’s Hospital.
11-Year-Old Collecting Toys For Fairdale Tornado VictimsIn the face of disaster, a Chicago boy’s acts of kindness continue to grow. Samuel Love is organizing another toy drive, this time for the victims of last week's deadly tornadoes.
Suburban Couple Turns Wedding Into Toy Drive For Needy KidsTwo car loads of toys have been delivered to the Salvation Army in Crystal Lake thanks to a newlywed couple who asked for gifts for the needy instead of wedding presents.
Parents Of Murdered Teen Hold Toy Drive To Honor Her MemoryThe parents of a murdered Chicago teenager are helping children who have lost siblings to violence today, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
A Child's Legacy: A Merry Christmas For Sick KidsChristmas came a week early for the children being treated at Lurie Childrens' Hospital.
Chicago 4th Grader Collecting Toys For Flood, Tornado VictimsA Chicago fourth grader called the press to his South Side school on Friday to announce a toy drive to benefit kids who were victims of the flooding in Colorado and the tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Salvation Army In Desperate Need Of Toys For ChildrenToy donations are down 30 percent across the Chicagoland area -- 60 to 70 percent at some city locations. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Admiral Theatre Offers Lap Dances For Holiday Toy DonationsIf you’re a stingy, Scroogey type at Christmas, the Admiral Theatre has an incentive for you to change your ways.
Volunteers Show Christmas Spirit At Food DriveOn this Christmas, generosity brightened what could have been a sad holiday for hundreds of needy Chicagoans.