March 3New tech for the home
For more information from Lou Manfredini about cool new home technology, visit HouseSmarts.com by clicking here.TODAY investigates hotels
To read statements from representatives of TripAdvisor, the Federal Trade Commission, American Hotel & Lodging Association, Hyatt Regency Washington, and Sofitel Los Angeles in response to today’s “TODAY Investigates” report, click here.
Bow to Wow
For more information on the Animal Care and Control of NYC and how you can adopt a pet, click here.
February 22Home makeover
For more information on the Remodelers Council and the companies that helped George to the Rescue renovate Rachelle and Chris’s home, click here. Haitian Hearts
For more information about the Haitian Hearts organization’s work to help Haitian children who need heart surgery, click here.
For more information the Healing Hearts Memorial fund, which aims to provide grants and assistance to survivors and victims of violent crimes, click here.
For more information about "RISE," the new film commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1961 US World Figure Skating Team that perished in a plane crash on its way to the World Championships in Prague, click here to visit the official website.
Five tips every dog owner should know
For information regarding the adoption of any of the dogs featured in this segment, please click on strayfromtheheart.org.
February 16For more information about efforts to combat sexual violence, visit RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) and Security On Campus, Inc. And for more information about expanding educational opportunities for low-income families in Milwaukee, visit PAVE.org.February 15Traumatic brain injury
For more information about traumatic brain injury treatment and recovery, click here to visit the UCSF Department of Neurological Surgery.
February 10Ice rink safety
To read statements from the Environmental Protection Agency and Serving The American Rinks (STAR) in response to today’s report about ice rink safety on TODAY, click here. February 9Michelle Obama and Let’s Move
To learn more about Let’s Move, the first lady’s campaign to help keep American kids healthy, click here, and check out PSAs for the campaign here.
February 8Cheetah cubs
To see the baby cheetah cubs at the Smithsonian National Zoo and learn more about them, click here. (Close the box headlined “Get the latest National Zoo news” to reveal the cheetah cam.)February 4Get back on budget!
To learn more about the Economides' secrets to getting out of debt and achieving budget success, visist America's Cheapest Family by clicking here.
February 3High School Heart Screening
To learn more about how to protect young people from sudden cardiac arrest, visit Parent Heart Watch by clicking here.
Sex slaves in America
For more on MSNBC’s sex trafficking series, click here. Related story: Super Bowl a magnet for under-age sex trade
January 27Bow to Wow
For more information on the Animal Care and Control of NYC and how you can adopt a pet, click here.
January 20Spring touches to brighten your home
For more information about how to welcome spring into your home, click here.
Click here for the segment video. Doodle 4 Google
For more information about Doodle 4 Google, the nationwide competition where students have an opportunity to design Google’s home page, click here. To read a statement to NBC News from a JP Morgan Chase & Co. representative in response to a report about foreclosing on the homes of military families, click here. January 16Our Time
To learn more about Our Time, which "uses the arts to improve the confidence and communication skills of children who stutter," click here.
December 24Getting to the heart of Christmas: Operation Shower
To learn more about Operation Shower, which coordinates baby showers for expecting military families, click here.
Crystals for a cause
For more information about Generation Cures, which teaches kids to give back, click here. December 23Safest cars
For a complete list of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s top safety picks for 2011, click here.
To learn more about the foundation which seeks to help people in need through random acts of kindness and raise money for school supplies, click here.December 17Mike Jones’ Salvage Santa
For more information about Salvage Santa, the toy and bike repair charity run by Mike Jones, hero of the Panama City shooting incident, click here.
December 16Lacey's House charity
To help support veterans in need during the holidays, click here.
For more information about the Volunteers of America Sidewalk Santa program and to donate money, click here.
December 15Ryan Diviny
To donate money to help Ryan Diviny, click here.
Winter driving safety tips
For Consumer Reports’ list of key items to keep in your car in case of a winter weather emergency, click here.
December 14Holiday safety tips
For more holiday safety tips from Lou Manfredini, click here.
December 13Elizabeth Smart and crimes against children
For more information about the prevention of child sexual abuse and other crimes against children like Elizabeth Smart, visit the Surviving Parents Coalition by clicking here and radKIDS by clicking here.
December 11Jimmy Stewart Museum
To learn more information or to donate to the Jimmy Stewart Museum, click here.
December 10Petit Family Foundation
To learn more about the Petit Family Foundation, click here.
December 6College essays
For more tips on college applications and essays from The New York Times’ Jacques Steinberg, visit his blog by clicking here.
Evan Lysacek dress
For more information about the dress Evan Lysacek designed for Sara Haines that is being auctioned to benefit Habitat for Humanity, sponsored by the confectioner Ferrero, click here. And to learn other ways you can help Ferrero and Habitat drive donations to end poverty housing, visit FerreroChocolatesUSA.com.
For more information about On Giants' Shoulders, the high school/college student-run program that uses web cameras and the Internet to mentor elementary and middle school students, click here.
December 2The boy who can't eat
For more information about Dan Harrison and how you can help him and his parents, visit Help Dan by clicking here. To make an instant contribution to Dan, send to:
Help Dan106 San Pablo Town Center #184 San Pablo, CA 94806
Checks can be made payable to Kevin Harrison.
To learn how you can help fund cancer research, visit the website of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
December 1Senior care
Need help with caring for a senior? Click here for a quiz.
November 26NFL Chargers
For more information about San Pasqual Academy, the residential education campus designed specifically for foster teens, click here.
To learn more about Rivers of Hope, which helps unwanted, abandoned and orphaned children find permanent loving homes, click here.
For more information about the Jammer Family Foundation, which focuses on empowering the disadvantaged youth of San Diego, click here.
November 23Thanks and giving
For more information about St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and its annual Thanks and Giving campaign, click here.
Sara's fitness trends
For more information about Crunch Glee Club,
For more information about Jukari Fit to Fly, click here.
For more information about Cuerpaso, click here.
November 22Jon Lovitz and psoriasis
To learn more about "Are You Serious?", comedian Jon Lovitz’s campaign to raise awarness about psoriasis, click here.
November 21Paralyzed bride-to-be
For more information about Rachelle Friedman, who was paralyzed just before her wedding, click here. November 17Energy diet
For more tips from Lou Manfredini about how you can put your family on an “energy diet,” visit HouseSmarts.com by clicking here.November 12Camp Erin
For more information about Camp Erin and how you can contribute to its program to help children who have lost loved ones, visit the Moyer Foundation by clicking here. To make an instant contribution to Camp Erin, text the word ERIN to 20222.
November 11Pat Tillman Foundation
For more information about the organization, which provides resources and educational scholarships to veterans and their dependents, click here.
Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba
For more on SUDS, or Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba, a non-profit that trains injured veterans in scuba to help facilitate the rehabilitation process, click here.
November 10Senior driving
For more resources on elderly driving, click here.
November 9Diabetes Awarness Month
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. To learn more about the disease, how you can get involved, and see a new public service announcement that rocker Bret Michaels helped produce, click here.
October 27David Osmond
For more information about multiple sclerosis, visit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at nationalmssociety.org.
October 22Children’s Halloween fears
To learn more and watch a slideshow about how to cope with your child's common fears, click here.October 20Graco stroller recall
For more information about the recall of 2 million Graco strollers, click here.
To learn more about the First Move program, which uses chess as a learning tool for students, visit America’s Foundation for Chess by clicking here.
October 19Do-it-yourself costumes
For more information about do-it-yourself costumes for kids, click here.
For more information about adopting cats from the Animal Care and Control of NYC, click here.
October 14Somer Thompson Foundation
To learn more about the Somer Thompson Foundation, which helps victims of violent crimes agazinst children, click here.
To learn more about the conflict in Sudan and what you can do, click here.
October 7Breast cancer ‘previvors’
Information and resources for women at high risk for breast cancer are available at these websites: previve.com and bebrightpink.org.Read for the RecordFor more information about Read for the Record, click here.
Web safety tips
Donna Rice Hughes, president and chairman of the Internet safety group Enough is Enough, appeared on TODAY to talk about how a private e-mail correspondence went viral. To visit Enough is Enough's resource site Internet Safety 101, click here.
Here are five of her tips for parents to teach their kids how to stay safe on the Web.
- Establish an ongoing dialogue with kids
- Monitor your child’s online activity
- Supervise all media posted and sent
- Teach kids to protect themselves
- Establish computer rules
October 1Exploring the Arts
For more information about Exploring the Arts, Tony Bennett’s nonprofit organization that strengthens the role of arts education in public schools, click here.Taylor’s Gift
The family of Taylor Storch, a 13-year-old who was killed in a tragic skiing accident earlier this year but gave renewed life when her parents decided to donate her organs, has established a charity which promotes organ donation. For more information, click here.
September 29One Love Foundation
The family of Yeardley Love, the student lacrosse player who was killed earlier this year, has established a charity working with Love's alma mater, Notre Dame. For more information, click here.
September 28Stink bugsTo learn more about stink bugs and how to prevent them from infesting your home, consult the National Pest Management Association’s information on them by clicking here.
September 24Bow to wow
For information about adopting the dogs showcased in today’s Bow to Wow segment, visit Animal Care & Control of New York City by clicking here.
September 23Similac recall
For more information about the voluntary recall of certain Similac brand powder infant formulas, click here.
September 22Statement from Johnson & Johnson
To read a statement from Johnson & Johnson in response to today's report about the Ortho Evra birth control patch, click here.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day
To learn more about Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day on Saturday, Sept. 25, which celebrates her life and calls for acts of inclusion on behalf of individuals with intellectual disabilities, click here.
Ask the presidentTo submit a question for President Obama to answer during his live one-on-one interview with Matt Lauer on Monday, Sept. 27, at 8 a.m. ET, click here.
September 21Lou Manfredini’s kitchen solutions
For more information from Lou Manfredini, visit the HouseSmarts website by clicking here.
September 9Science of NFL football
To view the video series explaining the scientific principles underlying professional football, visit NBCLearn.com by clicking here.
For more information on helping Gentrie Hansen, click here.
August 31Warren Easton Charter High School
Actress Sandra Bullock has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to open a health clinic at the Warren Easton Charter High School in New Orleans, La. For more about the school, click here.
August 28Find visual inspiration
Want to win a free trip from Bausch & Lomb to one of the top 10 inspirational places in the U.S.? You could travel to the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Garden of the Gods in Colorado or the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. All you have to do is submit an inspirational story and photo on Facebook. If you're interested, click here.
August 26Research on helpful, harmful family ‘types’
On Aug. 2, TODAY ran a segment about a study that classified families into three distinctive “types” and determined which types help or hurt a child’s development and adjustment to school. That study — an 11-year research project involving 231 families — was conducted by researchers from the University of Rochester and the University of Notre Dame. To learn more about the study, click here. To watch the TODAY video about the study, click here.
If you think you have an eating disorder or know someone who does, visit these websites for information: the National Association of Anorexia and Associated Disorders at anad.com, and edward.org.
August 23Egg recall
For more information about the egg recall, click here or call the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-674-6854.
August 19Animal Care and Control of NYC
To learn how you can adopt dogs like the ones on the show this morning, click here.
August 18Pakistan floods
To find out how you can help the millions of people affected by the Pakistan floods, click here.
To learn more about animal babies and family fun with nature, visit the Natural Wildlife Federation by clicking here.
August 17Top colleges
For more information about U.S. News and World Report's top colleges, click here.
August 16Brian Wolfin
For more information about making contributions for the loved ones of Brian Wolfin, who was killed while watching a desert track race on Aug. 14, click here.August 11George to the Rescue
“Open House Presents: George to the Rescue” premieres Saturday, Sept. 25 on select NBC stations across the country. If you want George to come to your rescue, email him at George@nbc.com.
August 10Overcoming education costs
For more information from CNBC Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson about strategies to pay for college in tough times, click here. To watch her TODAY segment, click here.
Are you an emotional hoarder? To take the quiz, visit iVillage Health by clicking here.
For more information about Stefani Greenfield’s Fashion Roadmap, click here.Paying for college
For more information and advice on paying for college tuition, visit these sites: FinAid.org, CollegeBoard.com, and SallieMae.com. Scholarship searches are also available at fastweb.com.George to the Rescue
“Open House Presents: George to the Rescue” premieres Saturday, Sept. 25 on select NBC stations across the country. If you want George to come to your rescue, email him at George@nbc.com. August 6MDA
For more information about the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Make a Muscle campaign, call 1-800-572-1717 or visit the MDA website by clicking here.
August 4Scholarship contest
For more information about the Bausch & Lomb Seeing Eye-to-Eye scholarship,click here.
July 31Want to adopt a pet?
To learn more about adopting one of the pets featured on Weekend TODAY, visit Pet Rescue's website.
July 29Everybody to Everest
To learn more about this philanthropic challenge to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation, click here.
July 27Tony Robbins
For more information about “Breakthrough with Tony Robbins,” visit the website by clicking here.
July 19Education Nation
For more information about Education Nation, NBC Universal’s weeklong event examining education in America starting Sept. 26, click here.
July 16Backup systems for your home
For more information from Lou Manfredini about backup systems your home should have, click here.
July 6Marcus SamuelssonIf you need some barbecue help from chef Marcus Samuelsson, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl who can’t gain weightFor more informaton about Lizzie Velasquez, her condition and her book, click here.
July 24TroopsTo find out where you can see 4Troops perform this summer, check out the group's concert tour page. Also, the book "4Troops: The Mission is Music" will be released this September and will detail the role music plays in the lives of soldiers and families overseas and at home.
June 29Adopting pets
For more information about the pets available for adoption featured on today's segment with Wendy Diamond, visit the Humane Society of New York’s website by clicking here.
June 24Lend a Hand
For more information about TODAY’s annual “Lend a Hand” trip and the charities across the country that it benefits, click here.
Farrah Fawcett Foundation
For more information about the Farrah Fawcett Foundation and its work in fighting cancer, click here.Great American Backyard Campout
For information from the National Wildlife Federation about the Great American Backyard Campout June 26, click here.
For more information about the recall of more than 2 million cribs from seven manufacturers, click here. For the release from Consumer Product Safety Commission, click here.
June 22Murdered model
If you have information about the death of model Paula Sladewski, please visit justice4paula.com or call Miami Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.Self-amputee Jon Metz
To contribute to a fund to help pay for a prosthetic arm for Jon Metz, who tried to amputate his own arm when it became trapped in a furnace, visit the Jonathan Metz Recovery Fund by clicking here.
For more information about backyard safety from Lou Manfredini, visit his website by clicking here.
June 21Lend a Hand
For more information about TODAY’s annual “Lend a Hand” trip and the charities across the country that it benefits, click here. And for more information about ROCK (Real Options for City Kids), click here.65-year-old Everest climber
To visit the blog of Don Healy, the 65-year-old Mount Everest climber, and learn more about his journey and his causes, click here.June 18All Pro DadFor more information on Family First's All Pro Dad, a non-profit that gives men the resources and encouragement to become better fathers, click here.
June 17World Refugee Day To find out more about World Refugee Day and how you can help the group Refugees International, click here.
For more information on how you can prevent skin cancer, go to the Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation.
June 16Diet food labels investigationTo read statements from companies cited in the investigative report about the accuracy of labels on frozen diet foods, click here.
Olivia Bouler’s drawings for gulf relief
To find out how you can purchase one of Olivia's drawings for Gulf relief, click here.
June 15To find resources on the lung disorder pulmonary fibrosis, visit the website for the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis.
June 14Rescued burned boy
To learn more about helping David Harper, click here, or mail donations to the address below:US BankDavid Harper Fund2300 N. Mayfair RoadMilwaukee, WI 53226
June 8Camp Bow Wow
To find out how you can adopt a pet who needs a home, click here.
To learn more about special “bff” bracelets that link American youth with men and women in the armed forces and help fund charities that support the military and their families through the American Freedom Foundation, click here.
June 3Maytag dishwasher recall
For information about the voluntary recall of 1.7 million Maytag dishwashers, visit Maytag’s site about the recall by clicking here, and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission here.
June 2The Noreen Fraser Foundation
To learn more about the organization raising funds for cancer research aimed at developing new prevention methods to treat women’s cancers, click here.May 31Soldiers Legacy Fund
For information about the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund, which provides college tuition assistance to children of Massachusetts servicemen killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, click here.Wings Across America
For more information about how to help preserve the history of World Word II women Airforce service pilots, click here.
May 28Build a Better Burger contest For more information about the Build a Better Burger contest, where users can submit recipes for a chance to win a $100,000 prize, click here.
May 27MS drug
To learn more from the National MS Society about the MS drug Amprya, click here.
Nate Berkus room makeover
Celebrity interior designer Nate Berkus lends his award winning skills to remake TODAY wedding couple Jessica and Cody Helgeson’s master bedroom and office. For a list of products he used, click here.
For more information on the most common myths about eye health, click here.
For more information about GrooveWithMe, a youth development organization in New York City that uses dance to empower young women, click here.
Clara White Mission
For more information about Clara White Mission, a non-profit organization that aims to reduce homelessness, provide food for the poor and offer job training, click here.
May 26Jazz Foundation of America
For more information about Jazz Foundation of America, a non-profit organization that assists musicians by providing emergency funds and instruments and free or low-cost medical care in the New York area, click here.Back on My Feet
For more information about Back on My Feet, a non-profit organization that promotes the self-sufficiency of homeless populations by engaging them in running as a means to build confidence, strength and self-esteem, click here.
For more information about TreePeople, an environmental non-profit organization that units the power of trees, people and technology to grow a sustainable future for Los Angeles, click here.
CEW beauty award winnersFor a list of the beauty products recognized by the organization Cosmetic Executive Women, click here.May 24Preventing child drownings
For the latest precautions on how to prevent drownings among infants and children, click here.
Aspire For more information about Aspire, a non-profit organization that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, click here.
May 21Gorilla reunion
For more information about the Aspinall Foundation founded by Damian Aspinall, the conservationist who reunited with a gorilla he raised, click here. And to learn more about the foundation’s online animal adoption program, click here.
Classical musicFor more information about the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas and to find concert tickets and educational resources, click here.
May 20Statue of Liberty
For information on how to reserve tickets to visit the crown of the Statue of Liberty, click here.
May 19Your Life Calling with Jane Pauley
For more information about Jane Pauley’s segment or to participate in a live Web chat with her from 12 noon to 1 p.m. (ET), visit .
May 18Kids and inhalants investigation
To read statements from retailers cited in the investigative report about the sale of toxic inhalants to minors, click here. And for more information about kids and inhalants, visit the Partnership for a Drug-Free America and the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition.
Mistaken identity familyFor more information about Upper Peninsula Bible Camp, the camp supported by the Van Ryn family, whose late daughter’s identity was confused with that of another young woman who survived a car crash, click here.
America's Most Desperate Landscape contestTo enter the contest, click here.
May 17Used lingerie investigation
To read statements from retailers cited in the investigative report about used lingerie being put back on sale, click here.
North Shore Animal League
For more information on adopting a dog through the North Shore Animal League, click here.
For more information about the symptoms and treatment of endometriosis and related diseases, visit the Endometriosis Foundation of America by clicking here.
The Nature Conservancy For more information about how to help restoration efforts in the Gulf, click here.
May 5Abducted children
For more information on Christopher Savoie's organization, BACHOME, click here.
May 4National MS Society
For more information about multiple sclerosis, click here.
EIF Revlon Run/Walk for WomenTo learn more about this year's Run/Walk and the women's cancer programs it supports, click here.
To learn more about Distractology 101, an initiative to give new drivers a look at the potentially disastrous consequences of distracted driving, and try the Distract-O-Meter learning challenge, click here.
Longmeadow Rescue RanchTo get more information on Longmeadow Rescue Ranch and how to sponsor a barn buddy, click here.
April 29Simplicity and LaJobi Graco crib recalls
For more information about the new crib recalls, click here to visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission's crib information center.
Lou ManfediniHave home improvement questions? To get more DIY tips from Lou Manfredini, click here.
April 28Federal Trade Commission's Advertising Literacy Campaign
To learn more about the campaign and curriculum, click here.
April 26 Race to the Top High School Commencement ChallengeTo view and vote on finalist entries and videos from public high schools competing to have President Obama speak at their graduation, . Please note that votes must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday, April 29.
April 23Baby Gabriel
If you have information about the whereabouts of missing 8-month-old Gabriel Scott Johnsonor would like to learn more about the Baby Gabriel Foundation, click here.
For more information about “Someday Melissa,” Judy Avrin’s documentary about her daughter’s life and her death from bulimia, click here. And for information from the National Eating Disorders Association, visit their website here or call their information and referral helpline: 800-931-2237.
April 22Financial reform
To read a letter to Senator Harry Reid and Senator Mitch McConnell from 36 highly respected businessmen about the state of financial reform, click here.
April 20Earth Week
To learn how you can participate in National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to protect wildlife, people and the planet from the effects of global warming, click here.April 19Monica Burgos Memorial Fund
To visit the Web site dedicated to a memorial fund for Monica Burgos, the late wife of TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redman, click here. And to visit the memorial fund’s Facebook page, click here.
April 16Brittanee Drexel
If you have information on the whereabouts of Brittanee Drexel, who disappeared from Myrtle Beach, S.C., one year ago, please call Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry at 1-888-CRIME-SC; a reward is offered.
April 15Saving the Northern White Rhino
For more information about efforts to save the Northern White Rhinocerous from extinction, visit the Nature Conservancy by clicking here.
America’s Most Desperate Landscape 2010For more information about the “America’s Most Desperate Landscape” contest and how you can enter, click here.
April 14Cash for appliances
For information about the “cash for appliances” program in your state, through which you may be eligible for rebates on Energy Star-qualified appliances, click here.
April 13BizParentz Foundation
To learn more about the nonprofit corporation that provides information and support to parents and children in the entertainment industry, click here.
Your Life Calling with Jane Pauley
To participate in a live Web chat with Jane Pauley starting at 12 noon ET, visit aarp.org/jane.
April 8Hot Bread Kitchen
For more information about Hot Bread Kitchen, the nonprofit organization committed to preserving bread-making traditions that provides job skills for immigrant women, click here.
April 6All-Stars Among Us contest
For information on how to nominate someone you know for People magazine and Major League Baseball’s All-Stars Among Us contest for a chance to be honored at the All-Star Game on July 13, click here.
April 5Haiti’s Matthew 25 House
For more information about Matthew 25 House in Port-au-Prince, which provides hospitality and assistance to visiting North Americans involved in humanitarian work, click here.
April 2Autism Speaks
To learn more about the autism science and advocacy organization Autism Speaks, click here.
April 1Hedge fund barons
For more information about hedge fund managers and Wall Street from AR magazine, click here.
March 31Jack & Jill Foundation
For more information about the Jack & Jill Foundation, the organization devoted to helping families cope with late stage cancer, visit their Web site by clicking here.
Does my child have ADHD?
For more information about identifying the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, click here.March 29Black bears
For more information about black bears as shown by Lynn Rogers of “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom,” visit the North American Bear Center by clicking here.Baby sling recall
For more information about the recall of sling carriers for babies, visit the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission by clicking here.
March 22Sheryl Crow World Water Day Concert
To buy tickets to tonight’s Sheryl Crow concert in New York in celebration of World Water Day, click here; 100 percent of the ticket price will go to The Nature Conservancy to help protect America’s freshwater resources. And for more information about how purchasing Crystal Light drink mix products today will support The Nature Conservancy, click here.
Middle Class Tax Savings
To access the Recovery Act Tax Savings Tool designed to help Americans better understand the range of tax credits provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, click here.
March 19''The Next Great American Restaurant'' with Bobby Flay
For all casting details go to www.nbc.com/casting.
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned PregnancyFor more information about the organization dedicated to reducing teen pregnancy and educating America's youth, click here.
National Wildlife WeekRead more about the organization fighting to protect our nation's wildlife and wild places. Click here for information on events and how you can help.
March 18Graco High Chair Recall
For more information about the recall of 1.2 million Graco Harmony High Chairs, click here.
If you would like more information about the Paralympics or wheelchair sports, click here and here.
March 11Sneezing girl
For more information about PANDAS (pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder associated with streptococcus), the diagnosis given Lauren Johnson, the girl who sneezed thousands of times a day for months, click here to visit the PANDAS Resource Network.
March 10Facebook murder
To read a statement from a Facebook spokesman regarding the murder of Ashleigh Hall, click here.
March 9Your Life Calling with Jane Pauley
For more information about “Your Life Calling,” the new TODAY series in which Jane Pauley will spotlight people over 50, click here.
March 5 Academy Awards
Learn all about the nominees for the 2010 Academy Awards, Lauren Bacall’s honorary lifetime achievement award and more. visit OSCAR.com.
March 4 Amber Dubois
If you have information on the whereabouts of missing teen Amber Dubois, please call the anonymous tip line at 760-743-8477 or visit the Web site bringamberhome.com.
Lou Manfredini’s quick fixesFor more on Lou Manfredini’s 15-minute fixes for your home, click here.
For more information on deep-vein thrombosis and how you can help prevent it,
To learn how to enter the competition to have President Obama speak at your public high school’s graduation, click here. Please note that the Commencement Challenge application form must be submitted no later than Monday, March 15, at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Secret Filth ExposedTo read statements from retailers in response to the "Secret Filth Exposed" report about used lingerie and swimwear being put back on sale after being returned, click here.
The State Department advises Americans seeking information on family and friends in Chile to contact the Bureau of Consular Affairs at 1-888-407-4747.
February 24Adopt a dog
To adopt the dogs seen on TODAY with "Dog Whisperer" Cesar Milan, you can contact North Shore Animal League America by phone (516-883-7633) or at their web site: www.AnimaLeague.org.The dogs seen on the show were:Reba: female cattle dog mix (age - 2)Kozmo: male Pointer mix (age - 2)No name: female pit bull puppy (age - 10 weeks)
February 23Grzzly cam
Watch the hibernating bears on Grouse Mountain with the grizzly cam.
February 12-19Kathie Lee and Hoda's Charity Football Auction
To bid on the footballs that both Hoda and Kathie Lee had signed by such celebrities as Regis Philbin, Frank Gifford, Kim Kardashian, Demi Moore and more, click here. The auction runs till February 19.
February 11Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation
For more information about the foundation devoted to finding targeted treatment for triple negative breast cancer, click here.
Support Team USA
To contribute to the support of U.S. Olympians in the sport of your choice, visit Support Team USA by clicking here.
Victoria's Secret V-Day questions
To send your own Valentine's Day questions for any of the Victoria's Secret bombshells, click here.
February 9Habitat for Humanity
To help improve shelter conditions for families in Haiti by making a donation to Habitat for Humanity’s Haiti earthquake fund, click here.
February 8The ‘Choking Game’
For more information about the dangerous teen “choking game” that tragically took the life of Ken Tork’s son Kevin, visit the ed4Ed blog by clicking here and G.A.S.P. (Games Adolescents Shouldn’t Play) by clicking here.
February 5Marilyn Monroe photos
For more information on the never-before-seen images of Marilyn Monroe featured on today’s show, click here.Paula Sladewski
To donate toward a reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of murdered model Paula Sladewski, click here. If you have information about the crime, call Miami Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS (8477).
February 3International Essential Tremor FoundationTo learn more about the progressive neurological condition that causes a rhythmic trembling of the hands, head, voice or legs, click here.
Jumpstart's Read for the Record
For more information about Jumpstart's Read for the Record and to cast your vote for the 2010 campaign book, click here.
To learn more about Sentebale, the charity founded by Britain's Prince Harry and Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso to help orphans and children affected by poverty and HIV/AIDS in Lesotho, click here.
Pepsi Refresh Challenge
For more information about the Pepsi Refresh Challenge, Pepsi’s campaign to fund innovative ideas that advance American communities, click here.
January 29Morgan Harrington
If you have information for police about what happened to Morgan Harrington, the Virginia student whose remains were recently found after she disappeared outside an October rock concert, please call 434-352-3467.
January 28Save the Children Valentine’s Day cards
For more information on the kid-designed Valentine’s Day card campaign created by actress Julianne Moore, click here.
January 25Best cell phones
For more on Consumer Reports’ ratings for cell phones, see the magazine’s buying guide here.BuildOn.org
For more information about BuildOn.org, an organization that partners U.S. after-school service programs with communities in developing countries to build schools, click here.
January 22Toyota recall
For more information on the recall of some 2.3 million Toyota vehicles due to sticking accelerator pedals, click here.Somer Thompson
For more information and updates on what is happening with the Thompson family, click here.
Cervical cancer awareness month
For more information on cervical cancer, visit the Web site for the Gynecologic Cancer Foundation’s Women’s Cancer Network or click here.
January 21Brittany Murphy FoundationTo learn about and donate to the charities supported by Brittany Murphy, click here.
Learn more about Julie Andrews' international relief agency and their efforts to help in Haiti. Click here.
January 20Donations to Haiti
Avoid getting scammed when you're trying to donate money. Here’s a list of working in Haiti that are recommended by Charity Navigator:
- Action Against Hunger – USA
- American Jewish World Service
- Doctors Without Borders, USA
- Feed My Starving Children
- FINCA International
- Convoy of Hope
- Hope for Haiti
- Hope for Haiti Children’s Center
- Haitian Health Foundation
- Islamic Relief USA
- International Orthodox Christian Charities
- Samaritan’s Purse
- Save the Children
- World Vision
- American Red Cross
- United States Fund of Unicef
- Food for the Poor
For more ways to help, click here.
For more information on today’s recall of 1.5 million Graco strollers, click here: http://www.cpsc.gov/.
January 19Missing baby Gabriel
If you have information about missing 8-month-old Gabriel Johnson, please click here to visit The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. In addition, the San Antonio Police are offering up to $5,000 for information about the missing child; visit their Crime Stoppers site by clicking here.
January 15Haitian Ministries
For more information about contributing to Haitian Ministries, the organization that rescued U.S. aid worker Jillian Thorp works for, click here.January 14U.S. Embassy in Haiti
For information on the welfare of loved ones and other U.S. citizens in Haiti, please click here to visit the Web site for the U.S. Embassy in Haiti, or call 1-888-407-4747 (due to heavy volume, some callers may receive a recording).
January 13Pets with Disabilities
For more information on Pets with Disabilities, an organization that offers help for disabled animals, click here.
The Shawn Hornbeck Foundation
The Shawn Hornbeck Foundation is committed to educating children and their parents on simple techniques they can use to stay safe, providing tools parents can use in the event their child is lost or missing, and helping families, law enforcement, fire departments and other search and rescue teams in their efforts to find a lost, missing or abducted child. Click here for more.
January 8Where is Baby Gabriel?
If you have information about the disappearance of 8-month-old Gabriel Johnson, please call 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST).
To learn more about positive reinforcement training for your pets, click here.
January 6To see the new panda and other cute pandas at the San Diego Zoo, check out the zoo's Panda Cam.
January 2For more information on the Rockin' Appalachian Mom Project, visit their Web site.
December 25Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO) is an Afghan non-profit organization based in Kabul, founded by a group of volunteers in 2001. They are working with international partners in the United States, Italy and Australia on projects that benefit Afghan children. The Child Sponsorship Program is one of the successful projects they started in 2004 through a partnership with CharityHelp International (CHI), a U.S.-based organization. If you would like to make a donation online or sponsor an Afghan child, please visit this Web site or write to: AFCECO, P.O. Box 5820, Kabul, Afghanistan;
Note: Many viewers have inquired about the possibility of adopting war orphans from Afghanistan. There is no adoption under Afghan law, but specific questions regarding adoption should be directed to the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan. More information can be found at this State Department Web site.
December 18Animal Care & Control of New York CityFor information on how to adopt the dogs seen in today’s Bow to Wow segment, please visit the Animal Care & Control of New York City's site at nycacc.org.
December 17Alicia Keys/Keep a Child Alive
To learn more about Keep a Child Alive, the nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing life-saving anti-retroviral treatment to children and families with HIV/AIDS in Africa and the developing world, visit Keep a Child Alive. For more information on how you could possibly join Alicia Keys in her next trip to Africa, click here.
Getting to the heart of Christmas
To learn more about DonorsChoose.org, an online charity connecting people to classrooms in need, click here.
December 14Roman shade and roll-up blind recall
For more information about the massive recall of Roman shades in homes with small children, click here.
To learn more about cochlear implants and the House Ear Institute and their efforts to advance hearing science, click here.
December 10Pedigree dogs
To read a statement from the American Kennel Club regarding the breeding of dogs, click here. For more information, visit the AKC Canine Health Resource Center by clicking here.
December 3Cerebral palsy research
For more information on Cerebral Palsy and the advancements that are being made, visit the Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation.
December 1Missing American
If you have any information that could help find Devon Hollahan, who went missing in Germany on Nov. 21, please click here to leave a tip (site is in German).
November 27Polycystic Kidney Disease
To learn more about the foundation that raises money for research and provides information and resources for those affected with PKD, click here.
November 24Holiday budget calculator
Need to figure out your finances for the season? Click here.
Arizona plane crash survivors
For more information about Stephanie and Christian Nielson, visit Stephanie’s blog: nieniedialogues.com.
To learn more about the child trafficking epidemic and what is being done to combat it, visit sctnow.org.
November 23FEED Projects
For more information about FEED Projects and how it helps feed and educate hungry children around the world, visit FEEDProjects.org.
Bone marrow donation
To learn more about how bone marrow donation can save the lives of leukemia patients like Anna Robinson, click here.
For more information on diabetes management, visit dlife.com
November 18National Adoption DayFor more information on National Adoption Day, click here.
November 16Chimp attack victim
For more information about Charla Nash, the woman who survived mauling by a chimpanzee, visit FriendsofCharlieNash.com.
November 13Spotting sports concussions in children
For more information on how coaches and parents can help detect concussions, click here.
November 12Somer Thompson
For more information and updates on what is happening with the Thompson family, click here.
Fort Hood families
To donate financial support to the victims, their families who were affected by the Fort Hood tragedy, click here.
Dr. who cares
To learn more about The Clinic, a medical center for the uninsured and it's co-founders Dr. Lorna B. Stuart and Reverend Marie D. Swayze, click here.
For more information on how you can help stop diabetes, visit StopDiabetes.comTriplet burn survivors
To learn more about the Three for Hope Foundation created by sisters Chandra, Jordan and Trae Berns to provide support to other burn survivors, click here.
November 4Families on the Road
For more information about families on extended road trips, visit FamiliesontheRoad.com. And to learn more about the Dudley family and their travels, click here.
November 3Mini-houses auction/Women in Need
If you're interested in the auction which begins November 9, visit CharityBuzz.com. For more information on the organization which provides housing, help and hope to homeless families in New York, click here.
November 2Matthew Hoh
Click here to read former Foreign Service official Matthew Hoh's full letter of resignation.
October 30Animal shelter info
If you're interested in finding information on how to adopt the cats seen on Friday’s TODAY, please visit the Animal Care & Control of New York City’s site at
October 28Michael H. Ludwig Memorial Foundation
For more information about the foundation in memory of Michael Ludwig, who died at age 9 of an undiagnosed congenital heart defect, visit MichaelLudwigFoundation.org.The Cure Starts Now
For more information about about The Cure Starts Now Cancer Research Foundation, the foundation to which Brooke and Keith Desserich — whose 6-year-old daughter Elena left notes behind for them before she died of pediatric brain cancer — are donating proceeds from their book, visit TheCureStartsNow.org.
October 26Couple pinned under car that crashed into home
If you would like to help Trent Wood and Kristin Palmer with their expenses from the car that crashed into their home, funds for both have been set up at Bank of America. Make contributions payable to Trent Wood Medical Fund and/or Kristin Palmer Medical Fund.
October 23Women’s Chenille Recall
For more information about the expanded recall of women’s chenille robes due to burn hazard, click here.October 22Pediatric brain tumors/Mikey Czech
For more information about the Mikey Czech Foundation, dedicated to finding a cure for the pediatric brain tumor that took Mikey Czech’s life at a tragically early age, visit their Web site by clicking here.Be Out There
Learn more about the National Wildlife Federation's initiative to inspire families to open their doors and get outside by clicking here.
October 21Missing Florida girl
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Somer Thompson, call the Clay County Sheriff’s Office at 1-877-227-6911 or email CART@claysheriff.com.
One Kid One World
Learn more about the organization dedicated to helping children in war-torn and poverty-stricken areas of the world by clicking here.
For more information about Shoe4Africa, the nonprofit organization that is raising money to build a children’s hospital in Africa, visit their Web site by clicking here.
West Philly Hybrid X Team
For more information about the West Philadelphia High School students who are vying for a $7.5 million prize by building a fuel-efficient automobile, visit their Web site by clicking here.
For more information on the foundation, click here.
Kidney WalkFor more information on the event, click here.
October 16Fraudulent H1N1 products
For more information on how to protect yourself from fraudulent products, visit the FDA's Website.
October 15Boy whose muscles are turning to bone
For more information about 3-year-old Joshua Scoble and how you can donate to efforts to find a cure for FOP, the disease that is turning his muscles to bone, visit BingoForACure.com.Light the Night walks
For more information about the bone marrow match program and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night walks around the country, visit the National Marrow Donor Program and LighttheNight.org.
October 9Early Steps to School Success
For more information about the new “Early Steps to School Success” program announced by Mark Shriver this morning, visit SavetheChildren.org.Pregnancy and H1N1 flu
For more information on pregnancy and swine flu, see the latest information and recommendations from the March of Dimes by clicking here.
October 8Pink Lotus Breast CenterFor more information on the country’s first female-run, fully-integrative breast center, click here.
October 7Contribute to the Bill Cahir Memorial FundVisit www.billcahirmemorialfund.org to contribute today, or send a check, payable to the “Bill Cahir Memorial Fund”, to Burke and Herbert Bank & Trust Company, c/o Mark Ragland, PO Box 268, Alexandria, VA 22313
Anna Deavere Smith
For more information on Anna Deavere Smith and her one-woman show “Let Me Down Easy,” click here.
October 6Internet scam
If you've been a victim of the “stranded in the U.K.” Internet scam, the FBI wants to hear from you. To file a complaint, visit the Internet Crime Complaint Center by clicking here.
October 5Ruby Bridges Foundation
The Ruby Bridges foundation seeks to fight intolerance and injustice through educational outreach, and social action. For more information, visit the foundation's Web site by clicking here.
October 1911 operator whose house burned
To contribute to a fund to assist the family of Mike Bowes, the Massachusetts 911 operator who learned his own house was on fire, make checks payable to “Bowes Family Fund” and mail to:Eastern Bank c/o Bowes Family Fund731 Hancock StreetQuincy , MA. 02170Army of Women
For more information about the Army of Women, a new initiative in breast cancer research, click here.
For more information about how to help families of missing children and tips to protect kids, visit the Web site of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children by clicking here.
September 30Pajama drive
Affinia Hotels, along with Lands' End and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, kicks off a year-long pajama drive to help formeerly homeless men and women. For more information, click here.
Toyota/Lexus safety advisory
For more information about the potential safety hazard of floor mats interfering with the accelerator pedal in Toyota and Lexus vehicles, click here.
The List ProjectFor more information about the nonprofit effort to resettle Iraqis imperiled by their affiliation with the U.S., visit TheListProject.org.
September 29Diana: A Celebration exhibit
The National Constitution Center in will host the international traveling exhibition, Diana: A Celebration from October 2 through December 31, 2009. The exhibit showcases Diana's childhood, her engagement and royal wedding to Prince Charles, and Diana's life and work as a global humanitarian and model citizen. For more information, click here.
September 28Teen drivers
For tips to help your teen stay safe on the road, click here.
Shine a Light
For more information about “Shine a Light,” the program that enables people across the country to nominate and vote for the small business program that most inspires them, click here.
September 25Women for Women
Zinab Salbi's foundation, Women for Women International, provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency. Find out more here.
September 23Financial aid for adults returning to college
For more U.S. News & World Report tips on how adults returning to college can find financial aid, please click here. For details on how laid-off workers can attend college for free, click here.
September 22Five & Alive
Actress Mandy Moore’s organization, Five & Alive, aims to improve the health of children five and under by preventing and treating malaria, water-borne illnesses, pneumonia and malnutrition. Find out more here.
Climate Quilt CampaignClick here to learn more about this organization that is working to rally children worldwide around the issue of climate change.
September 17Detained Iran hikers
For more information about the effort to free Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd and Josh Fattal, hikers who have been detained in Iran since July 31, visit freethehikers.org by clicking here.
September 15Toy Portfolio
For more on Stephanie Oppenheim's picks for the best educational toys for kids, visit ToyPortfolio.com.
September 11Tuesday’s Children
For more information about the nonprofit organization that offers support to families and children affected by the Sept. 11 attacks, click here.
Sisterhood of the Traveling BDU's
Learn more about the Sisterhood of the Traveling BDU’s, an organization that aims to empower and create a community for military teen girls ages 13 to 18 by holding a groundbreaking conference this spring.
September 7Leading In Crisis
Bill George, a former corporate executive and Harvard Business School professor, offers seven tips for leading during a crisis. Click here.
September 6Families Stand Together
To learn more about Sesame Street's bilingual (English and Spanish) outreach initiative, click here.
September 4Protecting children from predators
To learn more about how to protect children from sexual predators, click here to visit Family Watchdog.Kids’ Science Challenge
Learn more about the nationwide annual competition for 3rd to 6th graders to submit experiments and problems for real scientists and engineers to solve.
Saving money on your pet expenses
For more information on how to adopt a dog or cat and give them a home, click here to visit The Humane Society of New York.
September 3Freedom is not free
Learn more about the organization raising funds to serve, support, and increase awareness with the aim of easing our heroes' and their families' burdens. The organization also sponsors the Little Warriors Surf Camp in order to provide children of wounded and fallen service members with a much-needed outlet.
HS-USAFind out more about the charity dedicated to bringing about greater awareness and understanding of Hidradenitis Suppurativa by clicking here.
September 2Urban chicken farming
For more information on raising chickens, visit mypetchicken.com by clicking here.
Learn more about the organization dedicated to children’s safety education by clicking here.
Lose for Good Campaign
For more information on Weight Watchers’ program to help feed children and families and how you can help, click here.
August 27Frozen embryos
For more information about frozen embryos, embryo disposition and embryo donation, visit RESOLVE: The National Infertility Organization by clicking here.
August 20Kristi Cornwell
If you have information about Kristi Cornwell, the Georgia woman whom authorities believe has been abducted, call the Union County Sheriff at 706-835-2902. For more information, about Kristi Cornwell, click here. And to contribute to the reward fund set up for her, call 706-745-2151.
Detained Iran hikers
For more information about the effort to free Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd and Josh Fattal, hikers who have been detained in Iran since July 31, click here.
August 13Make It Right Foundation
For more information on Brad Pitt’s organization, which aims to redevelop the Lower 9th Ward and help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, click here.
Little Tikes Swing Sets recallFor more information about the voluntary recall of Little Tikes Clubhouse Swing Sets, sold at Toys R Us, Walmart and other retailers, click here.
Aug. 12The Mediterranean diet
For more information on what foods are included in the Mediterranean diet, visit the Web site for the American Heart Association.
Aug. 5Name a baby dolphin
To help name a baby dolphin from Discovery Cove in Orlando, FL, click here.
For more information about photographer Jordan Matter and his photography project "Uncovered," part of whose profits will help fund breast cancer research, click here.
Life after cancer
For more information about Lynette Bisconti's not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to curing cancer through funding patient-centered clinical studies and how you can get invovled, click here.
July 27Bald Girls Do Lunch
For more information about the effort to help women with alopecia areata and how you can get involved, click here.
For more information about vacation activities available in Lake George, N.Y., site of TODAY Takes a Vacation, click here.
July 23Debit card skimming
To get more information from Retirement Living TV, click here.
July 22Cash for Clunkers
To get more information about the Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) — the new federal program that helps you to purchase a new, more fuel efficient vehicle when you trade in a less fuel efficient vehicle — click here.
Pretty In Pink Foundation
For more information on the Pretty In Pink Foundation, which pays for free treatment for uninsured or underinsured women battling breast cancer, call them at 919-532-0532 or visit their Web site by clicking here.
July 21Solider captured by Taliban
For information on how you can send e-mails of support to Bowe Bergdahl and his family, visit the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office Web site by clicking here.
July 17Hero Pet of the Year
To register your vote for the Reader’s Digest Hero Pet of the Year, click here.
July 16Double hand transplant
For more information about Jeff Kepner, the first person in the United States to receive a double hand transplant, visit his Web site by clicking here.
July 13Money magazine's best places to live
To read about the best home deals in Money's top ten best places to live, click here.
July 11Biggest Loser
For more information on the show's 9th season, including audition locations, click here.
July 10Wildlife Watch
For more information about Wildlife Watch, the national nature-watching program, visit the National Wildlife Federation by clicking here.
July 7Michael Jackson’s pets
For more information about the animal sanctuaries that are now the homes of Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee, Bubbles, and other exotic pets, click on these links to visit the Web sites of the Center for Great Apes, the Banjoko Wildlife Preserve, and the Shambala Preserve.
July 3Special Operations Warrior Foundation
For more information about the foundation that provides college educations to surviving children of fallen special operations forces and financial assistance to special ops severely wounded in action, click here.
July 2Children’s Tumor Foundation
To learn more about Julia Perfetti and her mother Laura — featured on "Everyone Has a Story" — and about the foundation committed to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by neurofibromatosis, click here.
June 29Steven Raichlen's Ultimate Grilling Contest
For details on barbecue chef Steven Raichlen’s recipe contest and how you can enter, click here.
To learn more about the disorder caused when the pituitary gland produces excessive growth hormone, visit the Pituitary Network Association by clicking here and acromegaly.org by clicking here.
June 22Olympic Team USA
To learn more about U.S. athletes’ preparations for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, click here.Nestlé cookie dough products recallFor more information about Nestlé USA's voluntarily recall all of its Toll House refrigerated cookie dough products, click here.
June 19Angelina Jolie/World Refugee Day
For more information about the UN Refugee Agency and the plight of refugees worldwide, click here.
June 13For more information about The Cancer Society's GWB Challenge, click here.
Confronting Cancer TODAY
For guidelines on cancer prevention and early detection from the American Cancer Society, click here. And to participate in breast cancer research and help find a cure, join the Army of Women here.
For more information about “bagpipe busker” Rob Calder and his cross-country tour to raise money for his mother’s charity, click here.
June 8Cashing in on the housing bailout
For more information about the Making Home Affordable program, visit these Web sites:
- To determine if you’re eligible:
- To see if your loan is owned or guaranteed by FannieMae:
- To see if your loan is owned or guaranteed by FreddieMac:
- To learn how to contact your lender’s mitigation department:
- To find a list of free, certified housing counselors:
Cancer patients struggling to pay medical bills can find resources at the following Web sites:
June 7Kiplinger's best city questionnaire
Find the U.S. metro area that would best suit your profession, lifestyle and pocketbook. Click here.
June 4Spirit of Imette Foundation
Learn more about the organization created to preserve the memory of Imette St. Guillen with the mission to support charitable organizations. Click here.
Women Doing Good
Learn about the remarkable women working to improve their communities, the environment and world around them. Get more information by visiting Self magazine's site here.
May 29Sex and your health
For more information about every form of birth control, the My Method test of what type of birth control is right for you, and The Check quiz on how at risk you might be for STDs, visit Planned Parenthood’s Web site here.
Learn more about Sentebale, the charity co-founded by Prince Harry from the British Royal Family, which aims to transform the lives of Lesotho's orphans and vulnerable children. Visit the organization's Web site here.
May 27Stand Up to Cancer
Find out more about the organization aiming to support a focused and intense effort to fight cancer by visiting their Web site here.
May 23Street Soccer USA
For more information about the effort to use sports as a development tool to connect homeless teens and adults to jobs, education and a better life, click here.
May 21Snapfish You Color My Day photo book
Create a photo book and help the fight against women's cancers. For more information, click here.
May 18Supermodel Yoga
For more information about Cameron Alborzian, who went from international model to yogi and therapist, visit his Web site here.
May 17The Skin Cancer Foundation
For more information on the work of the foundation, click here.
The Charla Nash Trust
For information about how you can help the victim of the Connecticut chimp attack, or
May 11CEW Beauty Awards
For a complete list of the products that won CEW Beauty Awards from Cosmetic Executive Women, click here.
Fresh Air Fund
For more information about the Fresh Air Fund, the program that takes disadvantaged New York City kids out of the city and into rural areas so they could enjoy the great outdoors, click here.
May 10Moms for SimplicityFor more information about Dara Torres' Moms for Simplicity, click here.
May 8Ellis Island database
To learn more about the Ellis Island database, containing records of the millions who entered through the Port of New York from 1892 to 1924, visit the Ellis Island Foundation by clicking here.
NYC Hotel and ticket promotions
NYC & Company is New York City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization. If you go to nycgo.com from now until June 30th you can save big with their Real Deal savings programs. Learn more by visiting:
Visit myworkbutterfly.com — a social network for moms contemplating a comeback career and those working moms trying to do it all — for free resources like a resident career coach, psychotherapist and a job board with over 10,000 jobs.
For more information about BeadforLife, the program that takes proceeds from bead jewelry created by Ugandan women and invests them in community projects that help people work their way out of poverty, click here.
Heart of AmericaFind out more about the 8th Annual Sweet Charity, co-hosted by pastry chef Albert Uster, which benefits The Heart of America Foundation to support the needs of at-risk children nationwide. Visit
To learn more about matchingdonors.com, the Web site that matches people waiting for organ transplants with potential living donors, click here. Additional information about organ donation is available at UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing) by clicking here.
May 1Crib recall
For more information about the recall of Jardine Cribs sold by Babies'R'Us, click here.
You Might Be Rich
It could be an old paycheck or stock note, or an inheritance: When no one claims them, they are turned over to the state. To find out how to reclaim forgotten treasure that’s rightfully yours, click here.
April 28City of Hope
To learn more about City of Hope, a cancer research, education and treatment center, and to donate to the organization, visit their site at cityofhope.org.
April 27Swine flu
For more information about swine flu, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Website.
April 24Choking Game
To read a message from Kevin Tork’s father, Ken Tork, warning about the dangers of the Choking Game, visit Ken Tork’s blog here. And for more information on the dangers of the game from the Centers for Disease Control, including alternate names for it, read a detailed bulletin from the CDC here. Additional details about the game from the DB Foundation, which provides information on dangerous adolescent behavior, are available here.
April 24Tails of Hope Foundation
For more information on the non profit organization that helps companion animals live longer, healthier lives and to donate, visit their Web site here.
April 23Glass Slipper
For more information on the Glass Slipper project, an organization that collects donated dresses and provides them for free to underprivileged girls for prom, visit their Web site here.
April 22Reading Baby
For more information on the Davidson Institute for Talent Development, the national nonprofit organization supporting profoundly gifted students under 18 that was mentioned in the reading baby segment, visit their Web site here.
April 20Autisim Study
For more information on the Autism Optimal Outcome study at the University of Connecticut, please contact email@example.com.
April 17Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA If you're interested in adopting the mistreated horses in Jill Rappaport’s report, please contact the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA at their Web site, or call them at (518) 828-6044.
April 16Whitney Cerak’s Kenya orphanage
To donate financial support to the orphanage in Kenya that Whitney Cerak is working with, use this address:
Gaylord Evangelical Free ChurchP.O. Box 493Gaylord, MI 49734For the Kenya KidsApril 15Enough is Enough is a non-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to making the Internet safer for children and families. Learn more by visiting the web site here.
April 14AARP/Walgreen’s Wellness Tour
To find out more about AARP/Walgreen’s Wellness Tour, including tour locations for free health screenings, visit the tour site .
ASPCA: April is prevention of cruelty to animals month. Find out more about how you can help by visiting the
April 9The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: Learn more about this volunteer organization and their mission by or calling:(212) 639-7972.
April 8AAA's 'Your Driving Costs' report
Download a copy of the 2009 edition of AAA’s “Your Driving Costs” report and get additional information
April 7The Charla Nash Trust
For information about how you can help the victim of the Connecticut chimp attack, or
April 6Figure Skating in Harlem
Figure Skating in Harlem (FSH) asks students to make a commitment to themselves and the program by signing a contract obligating participants to maintain at least a B-average in school. Visit to learn more about the program.
April 3AFI Life Crisis
For more tips on surviving a financial crisis, visit
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April 2Remembering Katherine Olson
To learn more about the family has created in her memory.
To learn more about the latest high chair recalls, visit the for April.
Dog shelter info
If you're interested in finding information on how to adopt the dogs seen on Thursday's TODAY, please visit the Animal Care & Control of New York City's site at