Nov 27, 2010-- At New York City's Ground Zero Visitor's Center, one anonymous individual drops $10,000 cash in the donation box for the 9/11 memorial. A couple in Kansas City pledges to give $25,000 to Salvation Army, an organization that housed and helped them when they had nowhere to go. On his fifth birthday, Matthew didn't want any gifts. Instead, he told his friends to make a donation to charity, raising $288 dollars for the Ronald McDonald House. These days, charities across the country report receiving less while people need more. Fortunately, many people are stepping up to help. (3493 reads)
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