11 Days Of Caring
It can be hard facing Christmas all alone, but it’s really hard for many senior citizens. Some Cedar Hill ISD students spent days decorating and filling stockings — surprising some very grateful residents.
Like a modern day Santa, 9-year-old Elissa Martin del Campo, has arrived at Scottish Rite hospital, with SUVs stuffed with toys.
Students at Valley Ranch Elementary in Coppell ISD are learning a very valuable lesson, as they took their project from the classroom to the real world when they adopted families in need.
One of the most valuable lessons in life is learning to help others. Students took their project from the classroom to the real world.
9-year-old Elissa knows what it’s like to be stuck in the hospital for the holidays. Now, she’s on a mission to bring a smile to those who won’t be home for Christmas.
The gift of song is one of the most enjoyable during the Christmas season, especially when it comes from children. Meet some very special kids, who raised their voices and opened their hearts.
Most of us can’t think of the holidays without family nearby, but being away from family is a fact of life for tens of thousands of men and women in the military. This year, a group of kids hopes to make their holidays a little brighter.
A school in Arlington is teaching students how to become social entrepreneurs.
Meals on Wheels volunteers already say their job is rewarding. But some North Texas students say that it is extra special during the holidays.
A group of Girl Scouts in Richardson are working hard so that families in need have food on their tables this holiday season.
One North Texas senior class has a big responsibility ahead of them. It is their job to decide which local organization should receive a donation of several thousand dollars.