Abandoned Animals Affected By Hurricane Dorian Come To ChicagoThe canines are expected to arrive sometime Friday afternoon.
Charities Hope Wallets Stay Open On Giving TuesdayIn addition to the cash injection, charities are also accepting donations of time and other means of support.
BBB: Beware Of Dubious Donation Sites For Hurricane Michael VictimsWatch out for charities that don't already have staff in the affected areas as they may not be able to provide immediate assistance. 
Letter Carriers Food Drive Starts SaturdayPeople are encouraged to leave bags of non-perishable food items near a mailbox before their mail arrives.
GoFundMe Page Helps Music Teacher Replace Stolen InstrumentsMusic lessons will soon sound sweeter at a South Side elementary school where instruments were stolen a couple of months ago.
Wreaths Across America Extends Donation Deadline Due To ShortageA group that decorates veteran's graves with holiday wreaths has extended the deadline for donations until midnight Friday.
Elementary Students Collect Emergency Supplies To Send To Puerto Ricot’s been more than a month since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, but the island and its people are still on the minds of young people at a school in Mt. Prospect.
Feeling Charitable: What To Know About Business GivingBefore your company gives or raises money for charity, be aware of the details and legalities of business giving.
Oak Lawn Cemetery To Host Family Festival"We're going to be having a petting zoo, some tractor-drawn hayrides through a pumpkin patch. It's all free to the public. We just ask that any kind of donations would be going to hurricane relief."
West Suburban Volunteers Getting School Supplies To Harvey VictimsHowser, the city of Aurora and District 204 Schools collected 120,000 supplies which volunteers organized into kits. They'll go on city trucks and sent to Houston.
Help Continues To Flow From Chicago Area To Hurricane-Devastated Texas“Chicago understands when people are in need, we need to respond,” Salvation Army Capt. Richard Forney said.