'It's Going To Take A Bit': Lodi Cyclist Planning Cross-Country Bike Ride For Good CausesA Lodi man is riding across the country to benefit five causes that are special to him.
5 Ways To Join #GivingTuesdayNow From Home#GivingTuesday came early this year, to be celebrated on May 5. The annual day of giving has grown into an emergency global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Guns Beat Hoses In 44th Annual Guns And Hoses GameIt's a tradition 44 years in the making, that has raised more than 1.6 million dollars for local charities within the Sacramento region. 
Answering Irma’s Call: Sacramento Call Center Still Looking For VolunteersVolunteers are still needed to answer the phone calls of Hurricane Irma's victims.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Opposition To Review Of Nonprofit Groups' Donor ListsThe Supreme Court won't hear a dispute over California's requirement that nonprofit groups turn over the names of major donors.
Study: Kids' Altruism Linked To Better Health, Less WealthResearchers found that children who sacrifice what they have tend to have better emotional health.
Evander Holyfield And Mitt Romney Box For CharityFormer Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and five-time heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield squared off in the ring at a charity fight night event in Salt Lake City.
Habitat For Humanity's Big Build DayWe went to Habitat for Humanity’s latest building projects where we met a family who will soon get to move in to their brand new, LEED-Gold Certified home.
San Dimas Golf Charity Teaches Local School District California HistoryAn educational charity makes a day on the golf course equal to a life changing history lesson for San Dimas, California students.
Oct. 19: Walk Like MADDWalk Like MADD is the signature 5K non-competitive walk that supports Mothers Against Drunk Driving in our community.
Call Kurtis: Another Complaint Alleging Thousands in Ridiculous Machine Rental FeesAnother customer of Utah company Credit Card Machine Rentals is complaining over what it considers ridiculous fees. It comes after the Sacramento Valley Susan G. Komen for the Cure called Kurtis saying they were hit with a $16,000 bill.