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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.

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.
Black Tie Dinner

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.
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.
Greater Good

Meet The Dallas Couple Chairing the 30th Annual Zoo to Do

Robyn and Chris Chauvin say the annual fundraiser allows them to strengthen ties with their children and business community.



St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas CEO Is Leaving a Legacy of Giving Back

Michael Pazzaglini oversaw an extensive expansion of the organization's groundbreaking charitable pharmacy.
Pegasus Park
Commercial Real Estate

The 15 Dallas Nonprofits Heading to Lyda Hill’s Water Cooler at Pegasus Park

From Big Thought to Social Venture Partners, these organizations will help fill the 175,000 square foot office.
Benjamin Vann

Meet the CEO Behind Dallas Inclusive Capital Fund

Flush with new funding, Benjamin Vann is growing his nonprofit accelerator and capital fund to support women and BIPOC entrepreneurs.

North Texas Giving Day Launches With a Focus on Equity

Get to know some of the participating nonprofits on Dallas’ most important philanthropic day of the year. (And it’s already on pace to shatter previous fundraising records.)
My Reality

My Reality: Abigail Erickson-Torres on Supporting Women and Having Authentic Conversations

“We’re all different, and we’re all human. That’s what connects us,” says the CEO of local nonprofit Bryan’s House.