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ACH Child and Family Services // Caring for Abandoned and Neglected Children

In 1915, a group of women from churches of various denominations banded together to help the growing number of destitute women in the Fort Worth area. In 1930, this group would change its focus to helping and caring for the abandoned and neglected children of Fort Worth, and thus the All Church Home was born. […]

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Ten on Tuesday: I Made the Pledge {Sponsored}

Disclaimer :: This post is sponsored by The Reverse Litter program, funded by the Tarrant Regional Water District and the cities of Fort Worth, Denton, and Dallas. The following comments are Elizabeth’s own thoughts and feelings. One of my favorite things about my neighborhood is the amazing park right down the street, and the Trinity River that […]

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Guiding Children Through Grief // The WARM Place

After experiencing the devastating effects of her 14-year-old son Michael’s death in 1984, Peggy Bohme, co-founder of The WARM Place, reached out to her nine-year-old daughter’s pediatrician in search of a place where Meghan could grapple with her own feelings of loss and receive additional emotional support. Her pediatrician, Dr. John Richardson, explained how such a place […]

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The Heart of the Matter // Tarrant County American Heart Association

The Tarrant County American Heart Association, a part of the National American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, has been dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke since its foundation in 1924. As a member of the oldest and largest volunteer organization in the country, the Tarrant County American Heart Association is focused on funding innovative research, […]

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Kids Can Volunteer, Too!

As I mentioned in a previous post, we can cultivate compassion within our children by providing frequent opportunities for outreach and service. Generally, kids enjoy being helpful and doing something for others. Sometimes, though, knowing where to start can be overwhelming. Will certain activities be age-appropriate? Is there something we can do from home? How […]

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