It’s a chance to cut few calories, satisfy your hunger and feed the needy all at once.
You can help by attending a special event this weekend.
Father Timothy Kane’s attorney says his client is “very embarrassed” by the accusations.
The volunteers are helping social service agencies at about 40 sites throughout the day.
The former MSU basketball star is the driving force behind an effort to give holiday gift packages to 1,000 families in need.
A local noted artist is stepping up to lend a hand with one non-profit while keeping it all in the family.
Milford police say 29-year-old Chad Stewart made off with money meant for the Children’s Miracle Network.
At stake is the future of “millionaire parties,” casino-style events where nonprofits split cash proceeds with unlicensed poker rooms.
“We want to give patients back the opportunity that was taken away from them.”
Dozens of volunteers are still needed for a Labor Day event to help feed the hungry.