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Sports

Launching the Longball: How I Won the Dallas Cowboys Home Run Derby

After I notched 24 home runs, Pasos for Oak Cliff walked away with a $13,600 check—the single largest fundraising effort in the organization’s history.
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Nonprofits

Energy Exec Juan Nevarez Is Embracing Hispanic Heritage With Dallas CASA

The senior vice president of Scout Energy Partners shares how his passion project with Dallas CASA carries over into his executive leadership post.
By Catherine Rosas
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Nonprofits

AES Literacy Institute Wins Social Innovator of the Year at United Way’s The Pitch

In one night, AES Literacy Institute outearned its yearly operating budget of $86,000 by taking home $105,000 in winnings at the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas' yearly 'Shark Tank'-style competition.
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Nonprofits

Why Healthcare Sharing Ministries Are Growing in Dallas-Fort Worth

Texas has more than twice the number of HCSM members than any other state.
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Business

My Possibilities’ Michael Thomas Is Reinventing Support for Special Needs Individuals in Dallas

The nonprofit's new college-style campus is revolutionary for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Urbanism

Downtown Dallas Inc. Hires New President and CEO

Jennifer Scripps will step down from her current post as the director of arts and culture for the city of Dallas to join DDI in April.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC.
Doing Good

Kick Off the Year as a Volunteer, Starting on MLK Day

Make the day off a day on. Here are six places in Dallas where you can do some good.
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Nonprofits

Candice Romo on the Trains at NorthPark

She and her quarterback husband Tony Romo are honorary chairs at this year's fundraiser. And yes, they made a Cowboys-themed train.
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Nonprofits

Niecy Nash, Shangela, Bobby Berk, and Todrick Hall Join Star-Studded Black Tie Dinner

Plus: Craig and Kathryn Hall honored for visionary leadership; six trailblazers inducted into the 2021 Texas Women’s Hall of Fame; and more.
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CRE Opinion

Dallas’ Commercial Real Estate Industry Gathers Again to Support Nonprofits

"As business leaders, we must be concerned about the impact on our communities of reduced services to those in need," says Talley Riggins President John Riggins.
By John Riggins