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North Texas Day of Giving 2014

This past spring, an old friend’s new baby was born under distress. He found his family at the Ronald McDonald House, his precious infant in NICU. Doing only what we knew we could to help, a group of us gathered together a gift basket of goodies. I asked my then 3-year-old to come with me […]

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How to Beat Ovarian Cancer

Sitting at the table with my fellow Brownie friends, I remember hearing an unexpected knock at the door. My mom interrupted our troop meeting to pick me up early. She whispered something to the leader. They exchanged sympathetic looks and touches. I was only in fourth grade, but I knew something was awry. On the car […]

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The Unaccompanied Children Crisis: Catholic Charities, the Community, and Compassion

Katelin Cortney, director of public relations at Catholic Charities of Fort Worth, provided information about the Unaccompanied Children Crisis with Fort Worth Moms Blog staff earlier this week. Catholic Charities is the Tarrant County hub for mobilizing the humanitarian aid and relief for these migrant children housed within our county’s borders. This article provides information about the crisis […]

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Helping Hungry Kids: TAFB’s Summer Food Service Program

As a private nonprofit, Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) collects and distributes more than 2 million meals worth of donated food each month to charities serving hungry families in Fort Worth and 13 surrounding counties. Each month, these partner charities serve more than 308,000 meals on their sites and distribute emergency groceries to 47,000 families. For […]

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