In this week's Community Cares, a Valley photographer is giving at-risk youth a new lens on life by putting a camera in their hands. FOX 10's Anita Roman has more.
September is Suicide Awareness Month, and a local woman is sharing her story in hopes it will encourage others to seek the help they need.
FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Triple-digit temperatures and humidity didn't stop dozens of volunteers from getting outside to help improve an area of Glendale.
In this week's Community Cares, it's back to school time and for many Valley businesses, it means it's time to give back and make sure kids are going in and ready to learn. True West Credit Union is raising supplies for Helen's Hope Chest. http://www.mesaunitedway.org/helenshope
In this week's Community Cares, Phoenix Children's Hospital treats and helps heal thousands of young patients. The hospital stay is not always easy for these kids, but that's where volunteers and non-profits like "Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels" come in. FOX 10's Anita Roman has the story.
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Back to school can already be a nervewracking time for parents without having to worry about if they can afford supplies for their children. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell has the details about a program that's taking the pressure off them.
Teamwork is the name of the game for a Gilbert little league softball team as the young ladies headed off the field to learn about giving back. The non-profit they volunteered at says it wouldn't be where it's at without them.
PHOENIX (FOX 10) — In this week's Community Cares, a Valley woman literally sees a sign on the back of a car window about someone in need of a kidney, which turns into a selfless act for a complete stranger.
Fox 10's Anita Roman reports
The excessive heat has returned to Arizona and it won't be going away for a few days.
A group of volunteers put in some hard work Thursday to clean up an American Legion post in the Valley. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell reports.
The excessive heat has returned to Arizona and it won't be going away for a few days. It's tough enough for people who live here, but thousands of teens are in town, getting their own first-hand experience. FOX 10's Bailey Miller reports.
April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month, and organizations like Fans Across America are working to aid kids who need help. One group of Valley leaders helped more than 1600 teens last year. They aren't done yet and need your help.
FOX 10's Anita Roman talks to Rachel Partridge, a Valley mom who is using her baking skills to help women struggling with lactation.
Many times when it comes to making a change, they say it takes a village.
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