Former NLV Mayor Helps 'Shop With A Cop' ContinueFormer North Las Vegas Mayor Michael Montandon, now a broker with Providence Commercial LLC, stepped up to ensure that the program would continue.
Toy Donations Will Benefit Needy Families In Southern NevadaNew, unwrapped toy donations, bicycles and gift cards for children and teenagers of all ages are being accepted at the Las Vegas pickup location, and all gifts will be donated to the 19th annual 98.5 KLUC Toy Drive in Las Vegas.
Local Non Profit Giving Homeless Youth A Cheerful HolidayThe non profit group Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) is asking for the community's help to ensure that none of these youth go without presents to open during the holidays.
Metro Officers Helping Disadvantaged Children During The HolidaysLas Vegas police officers are getting the holiday season started this weekend with three events that will help disadvantaged children.
Bank Gives Out Thousands To Local Non ProfitsThese non profits provide solutions addressing a range of economic development issues from affordable housing and small business microloans, to arts and cultural programming.
Metro Officers Distributing Thanksgiving Meals To FamiliesOfficers form the Spring Valley Area Command and the South Central Area Command will be distributing bags containing turkey and trimmings starting on Sunday.
Ambulance Companies Give New Meaning To Delivering Holiday CheerAmerican Medical Response (AMR) and MedicWest Ambulance (MWA), plan to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas helping provide free rides to at least 40 patients in assisted living facilities.
Local Bank And UNLV Team Up To Benefit Make-A-WishStarting with the first official home game on November 11, and throughout the 2017-2018 basketball season, the bank will donate $25 for every free throw made by a Rebel basketball player.
SNAP Experience Challenges People To Live On $4 A DayFor one week, participants should spend no more than $4 per day on food (or $28 per week) declining items that are not available to individuals dependent on SNAP, such as free meals, prepared foods, alcohol and fast food.
Henderson Seeks Donations To Help 'Harvey' VictimsCommunity members are being asked to open their hearts and wallets and donate toiletries, cleaning supplies and disposable diapers to help victims of the storm who are struggling to recover.
Local Food Bank Observes Hunger Action MonthSeptember is Hunger Action Month, and Three Square Food Bank has a full slate of activities, and you're encouraged to get involved to help feed Southern Nevada's less fortunate.
Salvation Army Encourages Money To Help Harvey VictimsThe Salvation Army of Southern Nevada is encouraging those that would like to help to make monetary donations to the cause rather than in kind donations such as water, food or other supplies.