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.
Entrepreneurs Compete For Votes And Cash In United Way Dallas’ Social Innovation CompetitionWe may be a few weeks away from election day, but voting has already started in United Way’s Social Innovation Competition.
Veterans Serve Community In Restoring Garden In Dallas For MLK Day Of ServiceVeterans restored a community garden in Oak Cliff Saturday as a part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
North Texas Food Bank To Serve Furloughed Federal Workers On MLK DayA food pantry will honor Martin Luther King Jr. by serving government workers Monday in Plano.
Non-Profit Develops App Aimed To Guide The Homeless On Where To Seek ShelterA faith based non-profit developed an app to help connect the homeless with emergency shelters.
'Be Golden' Initiative Spreads Message Of Hope To ImmigrantsYou're probably familiar with the Golden Rule - treat others the way you want to be treated. Now a local initiative is asking Texans to extend that rule to the immigration debate.
Dallas City Council Approves 10-Year Contract Extension For State Fair of TexasThe Dallas City Council voted 11 to 3 to extend the city's contract with the State Fair of Texas by ten years, but not before there was extensive debate.
Volunteers In Irving Spread A Little Red, White, Blue Ahead Of July 4thVolunteers in Irving are showing off pride for their country this Fourth of July weekend by spreading around a little red, white and blue.
4,000 Paper Butterflies On Display At Galleria DallasThe paper butterflies were created by volunteers for Paper for Water, a local non-profit created by 11 and 14-year-old Isabella and Katherine Adams.
The Ones For Texas: Bill Martin And Cowboys Who CareAs Texans, we know cowboy hats aren't just worn by ranch hands and rodeo stars. Put one on, and you may stand a little taller or feel a little bit braver.
No More Donations At Local Hurricane Harvey Collection SiteA local non-profit designated to receive in-kind donations for Hurricane Harvey evacuees in the Dallas-area says it will no longer accept donated items.
Better Business Bureau To Harvey Donors: 'Don't Act In Haste'Donations for Hurricane Harvey relief have poured in from North Texans, from diapers to canned goods and cash.
Dallas' Family Place Opens First Texas Shelter For Battered MenThe Family Place opened the first shelter in Texas dedicated specifically for male victims of domestic violence.