More and more people need help feeding their families in the wake of massive furloughs and layoffs due to COVID-19.
You can still help the March of Dimes March for Babies while social distancing.
Metropolitan Ministries needs your help to provide for thousands of struggling families this holiday season.
This season, we're focusing on a wide variety of Tampa Bay area charities that make a difference in our community. Here's where you can learn more about each charity and how you can help.
Picking up a few extra gifts on Black Friday or Cyber Monday could help thousands of Tampa Bay area families struggling this holiday season. Here's how.
Metropolitan Ministries is serving 1,500 pounds of turkey, 3,700 pounds of stuffing, veggies and mashed potatoes, 80 gallons of gravy and 1,000 pies. Dozens of volunteers arrived before the sun rose to help, including NFL vet and WWE star Titus O’Neil.
Meals on Wheels recently launched in St. Petersburg, but the program needs help. They’re looking for volunteers to deliver food to seniors and people who are homebound due to an illness or disability.
After poor weather postponed the event in October, Sunday made for a beautiful day for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Tampa.
Metropolitan Ministries is serving more families than ever this holiday season. This year they are projecting to help 30,000 families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. That’s 8,000 more than 2018.
October is breast cancer awareness month.
School buses arriving at Sandy Lane Elementary in Clearwater usually carry students.
Hillsborough County came together on Saturday to support the smallest members of our community, the babies.
When Denny Mejia was born, he spent two months in the NICU at Tampa General Hospital.
For more than 80 years the March of Dimes has a proud history of serving families with high-risk pregnancies.
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer. Just this year alone, doctors will diagnose more than 5 million people with the disease.
Simba and Oscar aren't just part of Kimberly Papale's family. The dogs have become a staple of her online business.
You won't find Lisa Bedrosian and her 16-year-old daughter Grace scouting malls during the holidays, looking for the perfect gifts.
Through their real estate business, Andrew and Angela Duncan help their clients find their dream homes. But they also want to help families who can't afford a home or provide for the holidays.
It's the time of year when stores are packed with families shopping for Christmas and children are making their lists for Santa.
More than 250,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.