Volunteers Bring Coronavirus Testing To Dallas' Southern Sector: 'It's Our Civic And Moral Responsibility'Project Unity, a faith-based nonprofit, brought community leaders, churches and medical professionals together to make this happen.
Coronavirus In Texas: Cowtown Marathon Donates Headquarters To Help Tarrant Area Food BankThe Cowtown Marathon will donate its headquarters building to nearby neighbor Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) as a satellite location for increased production during the coronavirus pandemic.
Volunteers Deliver Christmas Meals To First Responders Across North TexasThat spirit of giving back helped Feed A Hero grow from delivering meals to a single fire station back in 2013, to an expected 6,000 first responders this year.
Non-Profit Ministry Serves Over 10,000 People In Need At Dallas Convention CenterMore than 10,000 people packed the convention center, receiving new clothing, haircuts and hot meals. All of them sharing a common bond — they're facing hard times.
Over 40,000 Wreaths Laid Down At Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery To Honor Those Who ServedThousands of wreaths were laid out Saturday to not only celebrate the holidays, but to also remember those who have served the nation.
'Operation Christmas Child' Volunteers In North Texas Sending Joy To Impoverished Kids Across The WorldIt's a scene that could rival an image of Santa's elves hustling to get Christmas presents ready at the North Pole.
Community To Help Clean Up Outside Tornado-Ravaged Dallas Lutheran SchoolVolunteers will focus on cleaning up the outside of the school starting at 9:00 a.m. at the school at 8494 Stults Road.
Volunteers Who Searched For Missing Denton Toddler Return To Grieve For Family: 'I Feel For Them, It's Devastating'Some of the strangers who hurried to volunteer to help police in the search for Sarbesh Gurung returned to the neighborhood to share in the grieving family's sorrow.
Denton Police, Community Volunteers Search For Missing 2-Year-Old Boy Sarbesh GurungHis mother told police she put him down for a nap and when she went to check on him around 2:00 p.m., he was missing.
Texas Baptist Men (And Women) Answer Call To Help Storm Victims: 'Job One Is To Comfort People'The men and women in yellow shirts are offering something storm victims need in a moment of crisis: hope and compassion.
Volunteers Bring Meals To Hundreds Of North Texas First Responders On Christmas DayThe group, Feed A Hero, prepared food and packed their cars with warm meals Christmas morning and drove across the Metroplex to deliver lunch to about 4,500 police officers, firefighters and paramedics.
Half Of Veteran Grave Sites At Dallas Cemetery Won't Be Adorned With Wreaths This HolidayHundreds of wreaths are expected to be laid during an annual ceremony at a Dallas cemetery to honor veterans Saturday; however, half of the graves won't be adorned with a wreath.
Texas Baptist Men On Road To Help With Recovery In North CarolinaWhen disaster does its worst, Texas Baptist Men--or TBM as it's now being called-- can be counted on to deliver hope. Next stop? North Carolina.
Free Mobile Hospital Opens For 3-Day Run In Fort WorthHundreds lined up before sunrise outside the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Starting at 7:00 a.m. they will be receiving a variety of medical services free of charge.
6,000 People Expected At Free Health Clinic In Fort WorthYour Best Pathway to Health is a non-profit organization that exists to serve the physical needs of the under-served by providing entirely free mobile multi-specialty clinics that offer medical, surgical, dental, eye care, and other critical services.