Earlier this winter a group of men from Suffolk spent four nights and five days living and sleeping rough on the streets of Ipswich, to really experience what it feels like to be homeless.
More than 100 bikers brought festive cheer to the streets of Ipswich and Felixstowe as they collected toys for families in need this Christmas.
The RSPCA rehoming centre in Martlesham is on the hunt for a forever home for one of their older residents - Minky the cat, who came to them after her previous owner died.
Today schools across Suffolk have been raising money for 10-year-old Evelina Kravale who had her left foot and the lower part of her left leg amputated after she was hit by a bus.
Ferrets Andy and Ruby met at the RSPCA in Martlesham and are now looking for a new home together.
Today schools and nurseries across Suffolk and north Essex are pulling on their Pudsey ears and raising plenty of pennies for Children in Need 2019.
Early bird tickets are now on sale for the Midnight Walk which has raised thousands of pounds for St Elizabeth's Hospice over the past 13 years.
Sausage dog owners in Suffolk are pulling together to help a woman and her son from Fressingfield after one of their dogs was tragically killed in an accident, and the other recovers from major surgery.
While most 93-year-olds would be content to spend their Saturday putting their feet up, one inspirational nonagenarian decided to jump out of an aeroplane instead.
Thousands of women in pink lined the darkened streets of Bury St Edmunds for the annual Girls Night Out charity walk.
Trigger and Boycie are amongst a group of guinea pigs at the RSPCA in Martlesham that are looking for loving owners.
Ipswich singer Roma Nicholson has taken on the musical challenge of busking her way around all of Elmer's Big Parade in just 12 hours.
A grandad from Suffolk has undergone a dramatic transformation as a way of helping the hospital that cares for his brave grandson.
Most young children wouldn't give the ability to run around freely a moment's thought.
Tomorrow families in Ipswich have the chance to enjoy a free concert which is supporting the Inside Out charity and promoting Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk.
Children in Ipswich are being encouraged to get out and about and search for the Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk Learning Herd this summer.
Today the team behind the Rural Coffee Caravan are celebrating after it was announced that their 100 incredible volunteers are set to receive the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
The RSPCA have appealed for gardeners to help them turf an area at the front of their rehoming centre in Martlesham.
The community in Hadliegh has come together to show its support for a one-year-old who has been diagnosed with cancer.
There were plenty of smiles on the faces of shoppers at a Suffolk Tesco at the weekend, thanks to a talented flash mob arranged by the charity Project 21.