For wounded warriors, Captain Ed Gunderson and Sfc. Omar Marqueses, football and tailgating is a welcome distraction to the seriousness of military life.
A charity that collected $1 million after the Fort Hood shooting rampage says it’s trying to distribute the money before the year’s end but won’t say how the remainder will be spent.
A woman who received the gift of sight from a cornea transplant wants to give back to her donor’s family.
Days after the Moore, Oklahoma tornado donations from across the country poured into the American Red Cross. But a watchdog group that keeps a close eye on non-profits, like the Red Cross, raised some red flags when they realized not all of the money would go to the victims of the Moore disaster.
Rock stars aren’t the only ones who go on tour. The “Nuns On The Bus” campaign started its bus tour in Houston, making a stop in Dallas on the way to the state Capitol in Austin.
It’s become a symbol of the holiday season, today the Salvation Army kicked off its iconic red kettle campaign. North Texans will soon be able to make donation at more than 400 retail locations.
Some workers at the Arlington General Motors plant are taking time away from the production line this week to provide some hands-on community service.
The Red Cross is running low on resources after helping more than 100 North Texas families in the past three days. Helping with a rash of four apartment fires and 12 single-family home fires has left Red Cross resources depleted.
The former president of one of Dallas’ largest youth soccer clubs has been indicted on charges that he stole more than $800,000 from the nonprofit organization.
The United Way recently cut $244,000 from the West Dallas Community Centers — about 40 percent of the organization’s budget.
A New York-based nonprofit helps give dogs with cancer a fighting chance to survive. It’s named after founder Laurie Kaplan’s own cancer survivor, Bullet. Kaplan also has published a book, entitled “Help Your Dog Fight Cancer.”