Some of Marvel’s top Avengers have assembled to support a $5 million donation to benefit seriously ill children in hospitals around the globe.
Every spring, the D.C. metropolitan area plays host to several wonderful charitable wine events. Best of all, there is enough diversity of causes and themes to appeal to every palate and pocketbook.
On My Take, Clinton Yates advises bitter Nationals fans on how to do something productive with their Harper jerseys.
The new center will give 75,000 D.C. residents access to legal and medical services, including physicals for jobs, dental services and minor surgical procedures.
“Anybody who studies poverty in this country will tell you that it’s solvable if we have the will, and so A Wider Circle is about trying to bring the will,” said Mark Bergel, president and CEO of A Wider Circle.
The former executive director of the now-defunct Armed Forces Foundation has been convicted Thursday by a jury of stealing from the charity that helped military veterans and their families.
A 23-year-old woman with a lot of heart is rolling through the D.C. area this week as she tries to raise money for charity and break a world record for the longest trip on in-line skates.
With its latest initiative, the WNBA launched its new season and staked its claim as the most progressive sports league in America.
All tolls collected Thursday will be divided among charities including the March of Dimes, the Loudoun Free Clinic and the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy.
The 2017 Red Kettle Campaign raised $144.5 million. That’s down from $147.3 million in 2016, and down from 2015’s record of $149.6 million.
You can order a rolling photo booth opportunity, complete with karaoke holiday songs, and Lyft will donate the proceeds from your D.C. ride to a local charity.
A 12-year-old girl from Prince George’s County has collected drinking water for Puerto Rico residents as a birthday present to herself. “I’m happy, because I can help other people,” she told WTOP.
As drug overdose deaths continue to rise in the U.S., a goal for Saturday’s charity run in D.C. aims to show affected families they’re not alone.
After losing both legs serving in Afghanistan, retired Marine Rob Jones pushes to overcome another challenge: a month of marathons.
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.
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