For some $20,000 may not be a lot of money, including a lot of men playing Major league baseball. But that amount of cash means almost everything to a group of little leaguers in Arlington.
After an 87-year-old widow was scammed out of insurance money to pay for a roof repair, two organizations step in to help her.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million for tornado relief through his family foundation and is urging others to give.
There’s good news for firefighters working in West. The list of donations to the Texas town now includes a fire truck.
Pink Hearts Funds is a ministry to help people affected by cancer or hair loss disorders. One of their main missions is to provide free wigs to patients who can’t afford them. Students, parents and faculty at one school “ponied” up to help.
The University of Texas’ new medical school will be named after computer magnate Michael Dell and his wife thanks to a $50 million pledge.
Americans are more likely to donate to a good cause during the holidays, and charities depend on that generosity. But when donating to non-profit organizations there is a big difference as to where your money goes and how it is spent.
Most people have heard about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But what about #GivingTuesday?
Thanksgiving kindness played out over and over across North Texas today. People helping people was the order of the day.
TangoTab is a website that helps fight hunger. When the website asked its users who they thought most needed a thanksgiving dinner, an anonymous e-mail suggested someone everyone else had forgotten.
Thousands of North Texans will be have a hot Thanksgiving meal, thanks to a local football star’s big event. The food giveaway in Fort Worth had cars on Alton Road lined up for blocks.
The Salvation Army kicked off their Tarrant County red kettle drive with a Texas-style cattle drive. Cowboys mounted their horses with their cattle dogs alongside at in Fort Worth.