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    The Last Thing: Giving Newsday

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  • Kevin Bacon builds essentials kits for homeless, stresses need for giving back

    05:58
  • The Last Thing: Team Rubicon

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  • Giving Tuesday: 'Ace of Cakes' tackles hunger with 'No Kid Hungry'

    05:09
  • Giving Tuesday: Steve Kornacki teams up with the Gap to support Boys & Girls Clubs of America

    03:27
  • Giving Tuesday: First Book

    05:25
  • Giving Tuesday: Hunger rates surge during pandemic

    06:26
  • Giving Tuesday: ‘Invisible Hands’ brings food to people isolated due to Covid-19

    04:11
  • Giving Tuesday: Catholic Charities Brooklyn, Queens assisting families in need

    04:25
  • Giving Tuesday: World Central Kitchen provides over 30 million meals in more than 400 cities

    04:07
  • Giving Tuesday: Robin Hood CEO discusses efforts to support those in poverty in New York City

    04:47
  • Young New Yorkers launch delivery service for seniors and disabled

    04:54
  • Asian American communities work together amid coronavirus to deliver PPE to the front lines

    04:04
  • KIND Fund helps young women live their dreams

    02:45
  • KIND Scholarship Student: ‘I want to be educated’

    01:51
  • A KIND Holiday gift reminder

    00:35
  • Record Breaking Giving Tuesday for KIND

    03:25
  • Tonight's Last Word: Zikomo!

    03:04
  • Mark Shriver: 'The United States is only planning to accept 18,000 refugees next year.'

    04:00
  • Giving Tuesday: How one local hero is giving back every day

    06:08

Raising awareness about dangers of colorectal cancer

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On #GivingTuesday, Craig Melvin discusses the dangers of colorectal cancer with Michael Sapienza, the CEO of the colorectal cancer alliance. 1.4 million people are living with colorectal cancer. It is the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women combined in the U.S.