On Monday, April 12th DO40 will present its first-ever song and dance concert to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Project Achieve and the NYC HIV Vaccine Trials Unit. Former gypsy and perennial television star Valerie Harper (right), on the heels of her new Broadway show, LOOPED, will make a special appearance along with guests Anita Gillette (photo, bottom right) and Marge Champion. DO40 members will be heavily represented, and guests from the ballet and modern world will also appear and donate their performances for these important causes.
Los Angeles Race Fantastique ("LARF"), a scavenger-hunt race production company, is producing a fundraiser in favor of Marriage Equality on April 18, 2010.
Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (The Center) will present BROADWAY BACKWARDS 5, a one night only event, on Monday, February 22 at 8 PM at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. BROADWAY BACKWARDS 5 is produced by BC/EFA and will benefit BC/EFA and The Center.
On February 26 and 27, hundreds of thousands of American teens will go hungry in an effort to help Haiti quake survivors and fight global hunger through World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine. This year, a portion of funds raised by 30-Hour Famine groups will go toward Haiti’s long-term recovery.
Want to do some good this Thanksgiving? The following places around Nassau County are accepting donations or need volunteers.
Want to do some good this Thanksgiving? The following places around Suffolk County are accepting donations or need volunteers.
Want to do some good this holiday season? These location in Fairfield County need your help.
Want to do some good this Thanksgiving? The following places around Westchester County need your help.
Want to do some good this Thanksgiving? The following places around Rockland County need your help.
Want to do some good this holiday season? The following places around Queens need your help.
Give back this Thanksgiving by volunteering in your community. Whether it’s by giving your time, money, or food donations, you can make a difference. The following locations in Brooklyn need your help.
In the spirit of the upcoming holidays, video game developer and publisher TECMO® has been working with several local and national philanthropic organizations to bring Family Fun Football, a casual, “pick up and play” style football game exclusively for Wii™, to kids and families who are sick or in need.
Read about celebrity parent Marissa Jaret Winokur - Broadway actress, singer, dancer, and first-time mom of 15-month-old son Zev.
For the 2009 holiday season, Robin Hood, the non-profit organization committed to fighting poverty in New York City and FreshDirect, one of the nation’s leading online gourmet food providers and grocery delivery services, are coming together to help feed 120,000 New Yorkers in need.
Broadcast Journalist Brenda Blackmon has had her share of accolades and honors, from Emmys, to Associated Press awards, to two honorary doctorate degrees – and in March of 2006, she was chosen one of The Network Journal’s “25 Most Influential Black Women in Business.”
John Aniston spoke to us about the importance of the message of the new children's book, "Loukoumi’s Good Deeds," in his life and in raising Jennifer and Alexander.
Appaman donates to small, local charities, like Friends of Carroll Park, the neighborhood park that serves as a de facto community center for Carroll Gardens, & the public elementary school their older daughter attends. They also contribute to bigger organizations...
Mouth-watering pastries and philanthropy may seem an unlikely combination. Connie’s Bakery and General Store in Mt. Kisco is changing that perception. The establishment donates 100 percent of its profits to area charities through its non-profit giving vehicle, Foundation Sweet Success.
Dr. Todd Askenas of Askenas Chiropractic in Pearl River makes a commitment to help heal little hearts of children throughout Rockland County and its surrounding areas. Every year in March, Dr. Askenas holds a Teddy Bear Drive...
Hollywood mom Joely Fisher could probably take her daughters to New York City any time she’s not shooting her sitcom, ‘Til Death. But she chose to bring her family with her to New York recently to celebrate the launch of a partnership between Kids Care Clubs and Quaker.