If you’re ready to give, but you’re wondering if you can vet charities before you make a donation, Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn shares some online resources you can use.
Maryland officials are warning residents to donate wisely in the aftermath of the devastating flooding in Ellicott City last month.
Whether you’re interested in volunteering time, sharing talents or donating money, there are so many worthy causes to consider that one group has created a short online quiz to help narrow down your interests.
Now that you’ve spent a holiday weekend treating yourself, here are some local organizations giving back to the community that could use some help this Giving Tuesday.
However people decide to help, money is the best way to give right now, said Ashley Post of Charity Navigator, a nonprofit that evaluates and ranks charities.
Both Maryland and Virginia score high when it comes to charitable giving, according to new rankings from WalletHub.
Support a cause you believe in — and inspire older children to give back — by asking them to select an adopt-an-animal program, educational initiative or life-changing organization to donate their stocking stuffer money.
Today is Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving.
The charity, previously known as Family and Child
Services of Washington, received the gift from
Richard A. Herman, who died in November.
Suffering from recession-weakened revenue, Frederick County veterans groups have proposed a possible cure: slot machines.
Before a loose coalition of local nonprofits joined forces to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, several agencies organized their own events.
Why would 28 people choose to plunge into the cold Potomac River on Sunday?