North Texas Non-Profit Offers Free Skydiving Experiences To Cancer Patients, Survivors2 Miles of Smiles aims to give cancer patients and survivors memories that will last a lifetime.
Dallas Police Seek Tattooed Burglar Who Broke Into The Ronald McDonald House On Bengal StreetPolice in Dallas are searching for a man who broke into the Ronald McDonald House on Bengal Street and stole vital items to run the house including food, bed linens, and a wall-mounted TV from the common area.
Dallas Cowboys, United Way Join Other Groups To Launch Local COVID-19 Relief FundraiserNorth Texans are being invited to join a philanthropic effort to raise funds for first-responders, nonprofits and those working on the front lines across the Metroplex during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Non-Profit Working To Feed ​Furloughed, Unemployed Hospitality WorkersFurlough Kitchen is operating out of Vestals Catering to cook free meals for anyone ​in the hospitality industry out of work.
Texas Treasures: La La Land Kind CafeA young Dallas entrepreneur has found a way to help kids who are aging out of the state's foster care system. It's a Texas Treasure, and it's happening one latte at a time at La La Land Kind Cafe.
Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty: North Texas Mother Caren Bright On Empowering OthersCaren Bright and her growing non-profit, Pamper Lake Highlands are changing lives.
Boy Born With Half A Heart Teams Up With Police For Kid's Christmas Toy DriveHaving half a heart hasn't stopped Elliott “Tin Man” Wyche from spreading immense love and joy this holiday season.
Plugged In: Advocate For These Local Charities By Taking A WalkThese four local non-profits offer you an opportunity to volunteer for a worthy cause.
Protecting Innocence: How To Prevent Child AbuseAbuse and neglect are significant problems in North Texas, and without help, the long-term impact on children can prevent them from living healthy, productive lives.
Dallas Businessman Breaking New Ground To Help Impoverished Families -- At Last!Improving school performance, by tackling the challenges poor students face outside of the classroom. That's the driving principle behind 'At Last!'
Texas Instruments Joins Non-Profit And 400 Students For STEM EventSome North Texas businesses came together for an event in Richardson in an effort to get more students interested in math and science.