Two women from two different cities have a mission to care for a community in need.
The coronavirus pandemic has really wreaked havoc on graduating high school seniors.
The last few months have been an emotional roller coaster, but for just a moment imagine what it has been like for children who may have learning disabilities or need additional emotional support.
We’ve talked a lot about small businesses and shops struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis, but providing quality healthcare is has been a struggle as well.
Now more than ever, the work of frontline healthcare workers is being recognized and supported as they work to keep community members healthy in the wake of COVID-19.
These are difficult times, but for many in our communities, the COVID-19 crisis has brought them closer together and is giving them ways to support each other.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on everything and everyone.
Easterns Automotive Group is Paying if Forward by supporting a Montgomery County group’s effort to feed workers at a local hospital.
A D.C. teen is connecting refugees to the community through a shared love of soccer.
Love is in the air and our Pay It Forward crew hit the streets to show some love to viewers.
When 19-year old Central Connecticut State University football player Mike Mushaw was encouraged by his coach to participate in a national bone marrow drive he didn’t hesitate.
The pain of losing a parent is something no child should have to endure.
Having a baby can be expensive, and for cash-strapped teen parents, providing clean diapers for their children while trying to finish school can seem impossible.
Two years ago, Maryland mom Sara Gorfinkel decided to make blankets with her children and donate them to an organization called Project Linus, who then donates them to local shelters and hospitals. She was disappointed when she found the nearest chapter was over 30 minutes away.
A few days before Thanksgiving our FOX 5 Pay It Forward crew hit the streets with Easterns Automotive Group. In hand, $100 gift cards to help our faithful viewers with their Thanksgiving Day meal preparation.
Each October we take time out to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month and to talk about breast health. But for the nearly 300,000 women diagnosed this year with breast cancer, it’s more than a month.
In just a few short days children will run through the streets as goblins, ghouls, and Fort Nite characters fueled by sugar. Part of the Halloween fun, for the kids, are the costumes.
There’s really something special about a person who gives without expecting anything in return. A person that works to make an impact on others because someone made an impact on them. That’s exactly what FOX 5’s Pay It Forward segment is all about.
Being a teen can be hard enough, but when you have a stutter it can be devastating. Jared Glickfield, however, decided that wasn’t going to be the outcome of his story. Instead of letting his stutter define him, he embraced it and turned it into a positive thing.
A new school year is here and educators everywhere have been working hard to welcome students back to the classroom.