Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Sep 23 - 5:21pm
Karsyn Ewbank loves the art therapy she experiences at Cook Children's Medical Center.
Diana Gibson, art therapist at Cook Children's Medical Center, works with a patient on an art project.
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Aug 18 - 3:31pm
Think today’s kids are too self-centered? Ryan Prince will change your attitude.
To be named as the Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy by the Association of Fundraising Professionals of Greater Fort Worth is significant. To receive that award twice is amazing.
Meet Ryan Prince, a 15-year-old sophomore at Fort Worth Country Day. He won the award solo in 2013. And this year he is...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Aug 18 - 3:25pm
Cuisine for Healing helps cancer patents battle their disease with nutrition and now is offering its specially prepared meals online.
We don’t automatically think of food as a weapon when we or our loved ones are fighting life-threatening diseases. But it only makes sense that feeding the body nutritious foods is part of that struggle.
“At a time when it’s more important than ever to eat healthy, many cancer...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Jul 23 - 9:39am
KinderFrogs School provides early intervention for children with Down syndrome and other developmental issues to prepare them for later schooling.
No one is really sure what a real fairy godmother looks like, but to the staff and parents of children at KinderFrogs School, she looks a lot like Jean Roach.
KinderFrogs is the only early educational facility in Tarrant County that specializes in dealing with Down syndrome children, and it owes...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 Jul 23 - 9:21am
Alliance For Children exists to deal with physical and sexual abuse of children and with the trauma associated with witnessing violent crimes.
The investigation of criminal cases involving children — whether the child is the victim or the witness — can itself be traumatizing. Alliance For Children is there to make it less so.
“We are involved typically from the initial response and then work with confirmed victims and...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jun 6 - 2:18pm
McMillan Plaza Dedication & Monument Unveiling from Fort Worth, Texas magazine on Vimeo.
Fort Worth community leaders gathered along the banks of the Trinity River this morning to dedicate the John V. McMillan Plaza and unveiled the Major Ripley Allen Arnold Monument, honoring...
Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 May 27 - 10:42am
Dr. Christina Robinson, pediatrician and medical director of the new UNT Pediatric Mobile Clinic, knows what poverty and lack of medical care look like. She grew up in Fort Worth’s Stop Six. Although her parents didn’t have college degrees, they encouraged her to stay focused in school...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 22 - 1:31pm
Meals on Wheels has grown from a tiny effort to a Tarrant County-wide operation that adds approximately 250 new clients each month.
In 1972, representatives of 11 downtown Fort Worth churches met to form the Association of Central City Ministries to deal with problems in the inner city. They stepped out on faith.
The churches were especially concerned about the welfare of the homebound elderly, and they committed to bring food...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 22 - 1:26pm
The Parenting Center has programs to help families deal with stresses before they escalate into major problems.
It would seem that parenting skills should be instinctive. But any parent who is honest will tell you that they are not. They are learned skills, and they can be improved through education and training.
In 1974, The Junior League of Fort Worth formed the Tarrant County Child Abuse Task Force in...
Posted By Paul Harral on 2014 May 22 - 1:21pm
A grant program is enabling CASA of Tarrant County to make a renewed effort to establish a sense of permanency for children caught up in foster care.
It is sad but true that sometimes children must be removed from their homes because they are in danger from abuse, both physical and sexual or neglect or a combination of those issues.
When that happens, they must go somewhere. The first choice always is into the custody of a...