The fiscal year for the North Texas Food Bank is near and the organization says while there’s plenty to celebrate they are still $1,000,000 short of their fundraising goal.
An upcoming charity event pairs local media personalities with professional dancers for a ballroom dance-off, and CBS 11 News reporter Melissa Newton is among the competitors.
Current and past members of the Dallas Cowboys participated in a home run derby Wednesday at the Ballpark in Arlington to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.
Sparky is a 2-year-old friendly dog who needs a home. He’s well-behaved, social and housebroken. No crate required. He’s content with a bed and a bone.
How many times have you attended a sporting event and spotted dozens of empty seats? A company wants to take those unused tickets to do some good for others.
Tuesday’s storms spread a path of destruction across North Texas; several businesses and homes near Royse City were destroyed. Wednesday, in the mist of the devastation, there were stories of miracles and neighbors helping neighbors abound.
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Jack is looking for a new home. He’ll make a great best friend for you or your family!
They know what it’s like to be champions in sports and the students of Coppell High School have also earned top honors when it comes to caring for others.
In offices across North Texas, and the state, more and more people are lining up to try and get help feeding their families. Applications for SNAP, or food stamps, are up 70-percent in just two years.
The North Texas heat wave is devastating local food pantries and food banks. Soaring temperatures have increased electricity costs for businesses and residents, resulting in fewer donations for charities.
The United Way of Dallas is expected to announce funding recipients Wednesday morning that for the first time in decades, will not include groups like the Boy Scouts and the Volunteer Center of North Texas.