Four James Island girls raised more than $1,300 for a neighbor battling Neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that often means patients develop many tumors. More>>
A Lowcountry man is still making trips to rebuild Haiti four years after a massive earthquake destroyed much of his homeland. More>>
A Goose Creek father is finally home just in time for Father's Day. It was a big deal for a man who has served the community for more than 25 years and now needs help himself. More>>
The funeral for 19-year-old Ariel Morgan is planned for Saturday, but her friends want to remember her, before then with food and laughter. More>>
As the sun rose over Hampton Park Saturday morning, a group of dedicated runners slipped on their shoes and started a 33-mile run to bring awareness and raise money for a group of children in need. More>>
Food donations can be slow this time of year, but East Cooper Community Outreach is expanding so they can stock up ahead of time to help get them through the summer months. More>>
Friday night was a night to remember at the Francis Marion Hotel. The ninth annual Forget-Me-Not Ball and Charity Masquerade was held, benefiting the Alzheimer's Association. More>>
South Carolina ranks 10th in the nation for the number of seniors facing hunger problems. On Tuesday, the Lowcountry Food Bank worked to keep seniors from going hungry by delivering boxes of food to hundreds of seniors. More>>
Summerville native and world-changer Katie Stagliano has been recognized as of the America's top 10 youth volunteers of 2014. More>>
The Palmetto Hunger Project is working to feed children in need across the Lowcountry. For many kids, school is the only place they get a healthy meal everyday. More>>
Dragon boats graced the waters near Brittlebank Park on Saturday as part of a floating fundraiser for cancer research. More>>
A counseling program dedicated to helping Charleston firefighters changed its name and expanded its services. More>>
Mary Murray Drive was lined with vehicles of an odd sort Sunday and it was all for a good cause. More>>
With spring in the air, it’s the perfect time to get outside and start working on that spring garden. That’s exactly what the residents of one West Ashley neighborhood are now able to do. More>>
Scotty's Ride for Water, a five-day bike ride across the state, was a huge success and raised more than $60,000 for Water Missions International.
The sound of hundreds of people working to clean up storm debris and overgrown paths filled the air Saturday morning at Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site. More>>
More than 100 people gathered at Riverfront Park Saturday for an annual picnic of the homicide survivors group. More>>
Breast cancer survivors will gather later this month in downtown Charleston to celebrate survivors and their friends and family. More>>
Mack Shieder has spent most of his life battling leukemia in hospital beds. His little sister endured a risky surgery two weeks ago to help save his life. More>>
A little boy's battle with leukemia has the attention of a West Ashley gym and now managers there are hosting a fundraiser and party for the boy. More>>
For any adult, the death of a family member can be a difficult time, but that loss for a child can be even more difficult to comprehend. That's where a special camp comes in to help children grieve.
For the last 28 years, Dr. Rose Delores Gibbs has been a staple in the Moncks Corner medical community.
Caleb Sizemore knows he has a terminal disease, but fund raises for a cure. More>>
SCE&G coworkers and friends shaved their heads today in support of a little girl named Emma. More>>
Katie Stagliano is one of three featured people in a new documentary that shows the efforts made around the world to combat hunger. More>>
Next month is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and a local organization is getting ready by re-stocking its shelves. More>>
With each scoop and each plate, the organization Katie's Krops fights hunger and feeds another hungry mouth.
It was a little more than a month ago when an organization called LoveGave raised money to help ten adoptive families. More>>
The teen who battled brain cancer for 11 years and served as a point of inspiration for the Clemson Tigers died Friday afternoon, family members said. More>>
The proverbial cups really did run over for the Holiday Festival of Lights. Officials announced Friday that its canned food drive exceeded the 10,000-pound goal by 50 percent. More>>
Tuesday morning, 10 Summerville Boy Scouts hiked the last leg of 51.2 miles. The journey was in awareness of bladder cancer. More>>
The annual meal at Joint Base Charleston serves about 600 people, including active and retired military members and their families. More>>
A local restaurant turned into a holiday gathering place for needy families Wednesday and they even had Christmas dinner delivered. More>>
Six-thousand Christmas meals will be prepared by American Red Cross volunteers in Williamsburg, Georgetown and Horry counties this year. More>>
Not all parents on the eastside of Charleston are able to buy their kids the presents they really want for Christmas. But Charleston's eastside community teamed up to change that for 15 lucky kids.
For many people, the holidays means gathering around the table for a big meal with family and friends, but that isn't the case for hundreds of people in the Lowcountry who are battling hunger every day. More>>
Goodwill wrapped up its 14th Annual Golden Tree program this week after handing out holiday gift bags to 1,200 disadvantaged seniors in the Lowcountry. More>>
Every year a nationally syndicated radio DJ sponsors 13 families of children with chronic or terminal illnesses from all over the country and sends them on a Disney adventure. More>>
A Hanahan couple wants to open their home up to a homeless vet in need. Best of all the rent is free. The only catch? Just a few chores. More>>
Nick Colaricci temporarily lost his apartment, but says he still considers himself lucky. The Red Cross is assisting him and two other victims. More>>