A local Twin Falls business is collecting blankets to help keep people in the Magic Valley warm. After they are collected they will be distributed to different organizations throughout the Magic Valley.
Idaho Angels is a non-profit organization that helps southern Idahoans however they can. They have collected clothing, school supplies, money, food, etc. and helped hundreds of people in the process. Right now they are trying to get enough food to help feed families over the holidays.
The Magic Valley Beer Festival will return this year at Twin Falls City Park with the addition of VIP tickets. This event is so much fun every year and if you like to attend, you may want to upgrade to the VIP experience.
The Stuff the Bus event happens a few times every year and it helps children in the area who are in need. Some families can't afford bedding for their children, have been uprooted or a fire caused them to lose things. Whatever the case may be, no child should have to sleep on the floor. The Stuff the Bus Event helps with that.
I am the first one to admit I am not as charitable as I should be, and I blame a lot of that on money and finances. There are ways to be charitable this season, if you feel like you would like to be, without spending a dime.
South Central Community Action Partnership is celebrating their 20th annual 60 Hours to Fight Hunger to help feed families in the Magic Valley. The event starts on November 19th and runs until 10 p.m. on Saturday November 21st.
We are all deeply saddened by the horrific, senseless tragedy in Las Vegas last Sunday. Together with radio stations across America, we’re making a push to collect funds to help victims and their families. Here's how you can help.
This is statistically one of the most giving times of the year. People are donating time, money, gifts, and services for Christmas. How can you know if the charity you are donating to is legit or a scam though?