American Heart Association Go Red For WomenFebruary is American Heart Month. Join us as we celebrate the power of women at the Go Red For Women luncheons in Dallas, Denton and Tarrant County. Get details and tickets online today!
Online Community CalendarHave a event that you'd like included on our online calendar? Submit the info here. If it is your first time to post an event, you will need to sign up (or login with Facebook) first, but there is no charge to do so.
Harvey Resources: How To Get & Give HelpHurricane Harvey devastated Houston and much of south Texas. If you need help or would like to help, here are some resources to point you in the right direction.
The Agape ClinicThe Agape Clinic in Dallas provides quality health care services to medically underserved people, regardless of their ability to pay. Call 972-707-7782 to make an appointment, volunteer or donate.
13th Annual Stephanie's DayThank you to everyone who joined us at Stephanie's Day for special needs children and their families at NorthPark Center.
Dallas Holocaust MuseumYour support of the Dallas Holocaust Museum helps preserve the memory of the Holocaust and teach the moral and ethical response to prejudice, hatred and indifference.
Autism Treatment CenterOdds are, someone you know has been diagnosed with autism or a related disorder. The Autism Treatment Center assists individuals of all ages, to help them learn, play, work and live productive lives.
Blood DonationDid you know that, every three seconds, someone needs donated blood. You can save three lives with just a single blood donation, and you can do it all in less than one hour! It's that easy!
Emily's PlaceIf you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, Emily's Place may be able to help, with long-term transformational care for women and children.
Mi EscuelitaMi Escuelita provides free or low-cost preschool education to children ages 2 1/2 to 5 years old at six Dallas locations. Enrollment is now open, but space is limited. Call 214-526-0220.
Pet AdoptionOperation Kindness is the original and largest no-kill animal shelter in North Texas. Homeless cats and dogs receive medical care, clean shelter, nutritious food and playtime in a natural setting.