Studies show young people tend to make the wrong decisions in life between the hours of 3 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Lehigh Valley Zoo is in need of volunteers.
A non-profit in Lehigh County is teaching kids valuable life lessons through bike mechanics.
The delivery routes may be quick, but the impact of Berks Encore's Meals on Wheels program is long-lasting.
For some prisoners, serving time is a moment to reflect on making positive choices post-incarceration. In the Berks County Jail System, many inmates want your help doing so.
One group in Easton hopes it's found the recipe for stamping out hunger, but your help is needed to help make the Peanut Butter Project stick.
There is a group in Berks County focused on making Reading a better place. But, it needs your help.
The Pool Wildlife Sanctuary is 77 acres of Emmaus countryside bequeathed by Leonard Parker Pool.
Thousands of animals each year are neglected and in need of a loving home.
If you're looking for a volunteering opportunity, we have an idea that just might be the 'perfect fit.'
Having a role model to look up to can make a huge difference in a child's life.
The holidays are often a time we think of others and how we can help. The Greater Berks Food Bank is always in need of extra hands.
What do you do when you can't get out to grocery shop and you can't eat out?
A local fire department is putting out the help wanted sign.
Sometimes man's best friend could use a hand.
At Judith's Reading Room in Bethlehem they have a passion for changing lives through literature.
The Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley has been providing support programs to its surrounding community in South Side Bethlehem for over 45 years.
The Second Harvest Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley makes sure a lot of folks in our area don't go hungry but the organization needs a boost of its own.
Baseball is "America's pastime," but after a disaster like Hurricane Sandy, kids were left without bats, balls, and gloves.
Year after year the Reading Public Library continues to face deficits.
Have you ever thought of volunteering in your community, but didn't know where you could do the most good? In our ongoing Proof Positive series Jaccii Farris takes us to a one-stop volunteer shop.
Allentown's Sixth Street Shelter is looking for some fresh faces to help lighten the load of lending a helping hand.
It's not always bad decisions that leave people homeless; sometimes it's just bad breaks.
A small staff takes care of the Allentown Rescue Mission's daily operations, including an emergency shelter and a live-in transitional program for homeless men.
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