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Thursday, Dec 1, 2011

Thanksgiving, a Volunteeraholic's Super Bowl

Thanksgiving, a Volunteeraholic's Super Bowl

Out of the 364 days a year she spends volunteering, this Tuesday night in Fishkill, N.Y. might be Patti Peck's Super Bowl of volunteerism.

Friday, Sep 16, 2011

Portraits of Hope

Portraits of Hope

Art students at Horace Mann High School are working on a special project. It's not just for a grade though. It's from their hearts. Through paintings and sketches these New York kids give a special gift to orphan children in Mexico.

Tuesday, Dec 13, 2011

Donate to City Harvest

Donate to City Harvest

Wednesday, Jan 4, 2012

Post-Irene Sting Nabs 12 Contractors in NJ

Post-Irene Sting Nabs 12 Contractors in NJ

A home repair sting staged after Tropical Storm Irene has resulted in charges against a dozen unregistered contractors in New Jersey.

Wednesday, Dec 14, 2011

Volunteer Opportunities With Our Community Partners

Volunteer Opportunities With Our Community Partners

On this Nonstop Day of Giving, you can also give your time.

Wednesday, Dec 14, 2011

Join NBC 4 New York, WBLS and WOR for the Nonstop Day of Giving

Join NBC 4 New York, WBLS and WOR for the Nonstop Day of Giving

Nonstop Day of Giving is a day-long telethon on Dec. 15 to benefit City Harvest. To make a donation please call 800-826-9888.

Tuesday, Dec 13, 2011

Join Steve Harvey, NBC 4 New York, WBLS and WOR for Nonstop Giving

Join Steve Harvey, NBC 4 New York, WBLS and WOR for Nonstop Giving

The Nonstop Day of Giving is December 15. Call 800-826-9888 to make a donation to City Harvest.

Wednesday, Dec 14, 2011

Nonstop Day of Giving

Nonstop Day of Giving

The second annual Nonstop Day of Giving will be on Thursday, Dec. 15.

Thursday, Dec 8, 2011

Help City Harvest with Nonstop Giving on Dec. 15

Help City Harvest with Nonstop Giving on Dec. 15

Robyn Stein of City Harvest and Brian Adams of the New York Daily News appear on New York Nightly News to discuss the food drive NBC 4 New York is sponsoring next week with WBLS and WWOR.

Thursday, Dec 8, 2011

Nonstop Giving

Nonstop Giving

A day-long telethon on Dec. 15, 2011 to benefit City Harvest.

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