A camp for children and adults with disabilities creates a community through which campers, counselors and the surrounding town benefit.
Prominent charities say they're raising money for cancer. In fact, they're spending millions on fundraising and administrative costs.
The grandfather of all clocks -- a clock that will register each unique moment for the next 10,000 years -- is under construction.
An Alabama woman has started a Facebook page to return photos and other treasures that were swept away by the recent tornadoes.
The tornadoes that ripped through the South, especially through Alabama, have created a spike in homeless people, as tornado victims search for housing.
Fabrications exposed in "Three Cups of Tea" by Greg Mortenson are calling into question the future of humanitarian work inspired by the book.
Many veterans want to continue to serve after they've left the military, and some turn to humanitarian work to recover that sense of purpose.
South Sudan is poised to become Africa’s newest nation, but NGOs will still provide basic services to almost 90 percent of the country.
Through the Helping Hands program, capuchin monkeys are trained and placed in homes where they help those with disabilities.
American Christians were instrumental in ending Sudan's civil war. Now some are worried about their continued influence in South Sudan.