Teach your child the value of giving back with these ideas for volunteering. Learn at what age children can begin volunteering and some interesting opportunities for kids of all ages.
Parents magazine worked with charities across the country to create projects that help kids and animals in need, all while teaching your own children the spirit of giving.
PBS travel expert and mom Colleen Kelly explores the world of voluntourism--and how to plan the right trip for your family.
Sometimes a child's perspective is what adults really need.
These 8-year-old comedians show that when it comes to helping other sick children, laughter is the best medicine.
What to do with all those outgrown coats and boots? Organize a winter-clothing exchange at your child's school.
Switch your focus from receiving to giving this holiday season with these fun family acitivities.
These little kids made a big difference through GoFundMe campaigns this year.
This summer, FamilyFun is teaming up with Access Hollywood's Kit Hoover and two venerable volunteer organizations, Enchanted Makeovers and generationOn, to encourage families like yours to make and donate capes to kids who enter homeless shelters. We know we can make a huge difference, so grab some friends and throw a party with a purpose!
Volunteering boosts kids' self-esteem and teaches them to be grateful. Here's how one family learned to start flexing their charity muscles.
Support one of these family-focused causes and teach your child the importance of volunteering.
An animal shelter is inviting young children to read to its dogs in an adorable new program that benefits both its two- and four-legged participants.
Family Fun magazine teamed up with Access Hollywood's Kit Hoover and two volunteer organizations, Enchanted Makeovers and generationOn, to encourage families to make and donate capes to kids living in homeless shelters. Get all the details at familyfunmag.com/capesforkids.
Make Valentine's Day a time to teach your kids about the importance of giving and how they can make others feel loved.
Three girls in Brooklyn, New York, set up a lemonade stand on their front stoop, but what they did with the money will warm your heart.
And he's aiming to raise $6,000 more!
Gather family and friends and put your crafting skills to work helping children in need.