Campaign Launches To Give Homeless People Warm SocksThe “Give $3.60 and Warm a Sole Sock Drive” aims to raise money to buy the estimated 4,000 homeless people in Dallas a new pair of warm socks.
Dallas Civic Leader Ruth Altshuler Dies At 93Tributes are pouring in to pay respects to Dallas philanthropist Ruth Altshuler, who died this week at age 93.
Huge Check A Huge Surprise For Nonprofit!Youth With Faces is this week’s OneUp The Vote  winner. It’s one of seven local organizations competing for your votes and cash prizes this month.
Research Pinpoints Highest Risk Areas For Child Abuse In DallasNew research obtained exclusively by CBS11 News pinpoints the Dallas zip codes where children are most often abused in the city.
Tornado Survivors Seek Counseling For Emotional Trauma Some victims are turning to counseling to repair the damage to their minds.
Food From The Heart: Non-Profit Delivers Nutritious MealsStartup non-profit “Equal Heart” has partnered with United Way of Metropolitan Dallas to end childhood hunger by providing access to nutritious food.
Babies At Work? It's Working Well For Dallas Non-ProfitAn innovative program at the United Way in Dallas allows new parents to bring babies to work with them until they’re six months old.
Child Poverty Worsens In Spite Of Economic RecoveryAccording to the latest KidsCount Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, 1.7 million more children live in low-income working families today than during the Great Recession.
400,000 North Texas Kids At Risk Of Going Hungry During SummerThe United Way of Metropolitan Dallas has launched an online campaign called “Silence the Growl.”
CBS11's J.D. Miles Honored with United Way Media AwardDuring the past year, the United Way says Miles has been a real community champion for important causes.
Movement Underway To Raise Texas Daycare StandardsEvery day countless parents send their kids off to daycare. Many love it and couldn't live without it, but not all daycare centers are created equal. But there’s a movement underway to raise the standards.