Six days after the Boston bombings, crowdfunding websites that raise money for medical tragedies from car crashes to cancer say they’ve received more than 23,000 pledges promising more than $2 million for the victims and families of the marathon attack.
A Chicago-area man is thankful he got caught with his hand in the cookie jar — it turned him into a millionaire.
Since Monday, both traditional and new organizations have offered help and support to those hurt physically and emotionally by the deadly blasts at the Boston Marathon. Here's how you can help.
When Jennifer Maldonado’s office lottery pool hit a $1 million Powerball jackpot, her co-workers chose to cut her in on the winnings, even though she hadn’t chipped in. “It feels good to give,” said the pool’s organizer.