Connecting North Alabama through lifesaving skills, building confidence in Hands-Only CPR in our community. How you can help!
- Early Warning Radar Network:
- Access the radars
- WAAY 31:
- Download Our Apps
North Alabama is a large area comprised of over 12 counties. WAAY 31 works to unify this region, highlight the many non-profit agencies that work together in making life better for our friends and neighbors.
Making a difference starts with raising awareness of services available. Nothing happens, however, without the support of all of us. It is part of what makes North Alabama special: connecting those in need with help and hope for a brighter future.
WAAY 31 has a 60-year history of caring for those we serve. It is part of our calling, using one of the country’s most powerful television signals combined with our digital platforms to bring us together for the common good. Click below for information about local agencies, consider supporting your favorite cause, and together we can truly make a difference. Welcome to "Connecting North Alabama."
Thank you for joining WAAY-31 in "Being A Voice For Those Who Have No Voice."
Sorority members help tackle child hunger in Huntsville while attending annual conference, workshops
WAAY 31 is continuing its work to connect North Alabama with stories about the good work being done by local nonprofit groups to improve life …
Toyota Alabama presented four Huntsville charities with $5,000 donations to help them continue their work in our communities.
Connecting North Alabama through high school seniors as they embark on their own journeys.
First Stop, Inc. has been helping people experiencing homelessness since 2001.
Clinica Medica Moscati has been open for almost two years serving uninsured people across North Alabama.
It may have Christmas in the name, but this nonprofit is one of Madison County's oldest charities, operating 365 days a year to ensure no resi…
The goal is to raise $450,000 to help children in Madison County receive the care they need.
This Giving Tuesday, Huntsville's Community Foundation and it's partners, gave grants to local organizations.
The annual Stars Dancing for HEALS event is coming up soon!
As the temperatures dip, volunteers in Huntsville are out in force, making sure all kids have a warm coat and families have food on the table …
Mojo will once again be spending 104 hours in the air while volunteers on the ground collect bicycles for children in need.
You can visit the tree at Parkway Place Mall to adopt an angel and help them have a happy Christmas.
Lack of volunteers means fewer bells ringing for Salvation Army despite rising need for its programs
The annual Christmastime campaign funds the organization year-round, including programs that feed families, pay utility bills and provide shelter.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WAAY 31 News is sharing important information on prevention and treatment. We're also sharing powerful sto…
The Orion Amphitheater, Manna House and WAAY 31 are partnering to Stomp Out Hunger.
The fundraiser will be held at Stovehouse in Huntsville on Thursday.
They hope to raise $1.5 million total for the project through sales and fundraisers, and you can help.
As a young child, Brooks Givens often had outbursts in school. Seeing how be benefited from sensory therapy inspired his mom to help create th…
Huntsville churches and organizations come together to support Community of Hope and address homelessness.
New Futures Inc., a homeless shelter for families in Huntsville, will be hosting modern country artist Steven Cade for his “Giving Guitars Tou…
You can still regster to participate in the run and help raise money and awareness for childhood genetic disorders.
March 23 is Red Cross Giving Day, where people are encouraged to give blood, volunteer or donate.
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology will be hosting their annual Double Helix Dash 5K and 1-Mile twilight run. This is the 11th year for t…
Show your support for child abuse victims with a pinwheel garden
WAAY 31 is Connecting North Alabama as the NCAC spotlights their February Superhero.
Connecting North Alabama: Racial Equity Fund supports nonprofit organizations addressing equity gaps
The group serves over 20 local nonprofit organizations by expanding opportunities. In just the last year, several students have directly benef…