Firefighters will be out across the region this weekend collecting for the Crusade for Children, and Crusade officials are hoping donations won’t be hurt by a recent scandal.
A Louisville charity has received a funding boost to send water filters to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
The Louisville Chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters marked the completion of its “400 Campaign” Sunday.
The Salvation Army is still seeking volunteers in order to help meet its ambitious goal for this year’s Red Kettle campaign.
The Salvation Army and Louisville Metro Government will distribute clothing to victims of the August 4th flood next week.
A program that gave a portion of alcohol sales to Kentucky Harvest is being renewed and expanded.
The Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic studio in Louisville will close this month as the charity attempts to restructure itself.
As the economy worsens, Metro United Way has more calls from people in need. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. Glen Powell manages the calls that come into Metro United Way on its 2 – 1 – 1 telephone line. Since setting up the free calling line two years ago, the agency has used it to… Continue reading More People Calling United Way for Help