Dallas Boutique Making Christmas Brighter For 100's Of KidsA new boutique in Dallas is spending the day helping Santa with a little gift giving. Workers at the store are busy trying to make Christmas brighter for hundreds of North Texas kids.
Everyday Citizens Can Become Philanthropists This Giving TuesdayIt's time to take out your wallet -- again! But this time for a good cause. Today is Giving Tuesday.
Many Don't Know That Klyde Warren Park Is A Non-ProfitIt costs nearly 4 million dollars to run the park every year. Donations from the public help that gift continue giving.
Non-Profits Give $22K To Boy With Brain DiseaseSeveral local non-profits forfeited the chance to win $22,000 and decided to gift it to the family of a little boy living with a degenerative brain disease.
Wednesday's Warriors: Malena BrownWhen you're a teenager, there's a lot going on in your life. School, sports, clubs... but for Malena Brown, her whole world stopped, in an instant, when the doctor said, "You have leukemia."
Wednesday's Warriors: Max HinojosaIn this week's Wednesday's Warriors, we visit with the Hinojosa family of Dallas and a little boy named Max who has blood cancer.
Dallas Zoo Offering Free Admission For Canned Food & Pet Supply DonationsThe donations will go to people and pets affected by the Dec. 26 tornadoes.
Garland ISD Helping Students Affected By Tornado Before School StartsAs many as 3,500 students within Garland ISD may have been affected by the tornado, according to district administrators.
Latest From Red Cross On North Texas Tornadoes ResponseFollowing a devastating tornado outbreak across multiple counties in North Texas, the American Red Cross is providing aid around the clock.
Garland Church Filled With Donations, Ready To Help VictimsA church in Garland put out the call they were accepting donations after the tornados and got enough supplies to fill eight rooms of their church. Now, they need victims to know the items are ready to be picked up.
Find Out How To Help North Texas Tornado VictimsPeople across the metroplex, state and country are now asking what they can do to help those impacted by the weekend storms that spawned deadly tornadoes in North Texas.
Welcome To Texas: The Cowboy Santas ProgramIt's the season of giving and there is a group in Fort Worth that does that as well as anyone. In our Welcome to Texas report, we highlight the Cowboy Santas Program that thanks to you is a non-profit that gets bigger and better ever every year.