Bush "Saddened" By Richard Rainwater's DeathFormer President George W. Bush sent his "deepest sympathies" to Rainwater's family.
North Texas Giving Day Raises Record AmountNorth Texas nonprofit organizations are celebrating Thursday's giving day with a record-breaking $33.1 million total in donations. The seventh annual North Texas Giving Day received 118,667 donations, giving to 2,022 nonprofits.
A Thousand Dollars A DayHow much of a difference can $1,000 make? For almost 400 organizations around the world, a thousand dollars has been the start of something big.
Billionaire Philanthropist Harold Simmons RememberedSome of the most prominent politicians and business people in the state came together Thursday in Dallas to remember billionaire and business legend Harold Simmons.
North Texans Looking Out For Others On Giving TuesdayAfter the Black Friday and the Cyber Monday shopping frenzy a new national initiative is being set. But this one is aimed at getting Texans and the rest of the country in the spirit of giving.
Community Food Bank In Need Of More TurkeysMonday morning hundreds of people lined up in East Fort Worth to receive a turkey for their Thanksgiving meal.
"Evil Does Good" - Larry Hagman's Foundation Continues Its WorkLarry Hagman's family is requesting that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to his foundation, which supports arts education in North Texas.
Homebound Thankful For Meals On Wheels This ThanksgivingThousands of homebound North Texans are unable to get out to see friends and family this Thanksgiving. But their holiday will be made a little brighter thanks to the generosity of volunteers with Meals on Wheels.
Burger King Gives Red Cross A Whopper Of A DealThe Red Cross is getting a boost from Burger King in the form of 10 emergency response vehicles nationwide.
Dallas Habitat Turning Biker Bar Into Home A one-time biker bar is no more after an area non-profit tears it down to build a home.
A Harvest Of Needs For One Food PantryA North Texas food pantry and ministry that has been around for more than a decade may soon be forced to close.
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