Texas Baptist Men embarked upon Garland Saturday as a part of a post-storm assistance movement throughout Texas. They are going door to door to help out, talk with homeowners, and inspect properties.
With rain continuing across the state, the Red Cross is looking for more volunteers. From flooding in Austin and Houston, to tornadoes in Van and Cisco, it’s been a busy month for the Red Cross.
The National Weather Service says the twister’s path was 10 miles long and 700 yards wide.
With wind chills that make the temperature feel like it’s in the 20’s, you wouldn’t want to be outside for long. That is the very reason why a North Texas group is leaving surprises – that are warming heads and hearts.
Volunteers are Santa’s Elves and give Christmas gifts at Arlington Life Shelter.
For the ninth year in a row, the League of United Latin American Citizens hosted “Cena En El Barrio,” or dinner in the neighborhood to help people in need.
The benefits of volunteering are innumerable. Give back to your community while having fun when you volunteer with these outdoor volunteer opportunities.
An overwhelming feeling of loss from the devastation of deadly tornadoes was lessened somewhat by thousands of volunteers in Arkansas. Among those bringing hope was a North Texas disaster relief group.
He was face-to-face with a bomb, and he survived. After two years of recovery, Marine Staff Sergeant Marcus Burleson returned to North Texas this week, where a few volunteers are scrambling to give him a house he can live in.
Since 1967, the only time George Singleton took of his class ring from the University of Arkansas was on the golf course. He would carefully tuck it in his golf bag while on the links.
Weeks of preparation paid off for Salvation Army volunteers who provided more than 1800 people with a Thanksgiving meal.
The NCAA Final Four is not until next April at AT&T Stadium — but the call is out right now for volunteers.