Dallas CASA

CASA was founded in 1977, when a Seattle superior court judge, amidst an overwhelmed child welfare system, grew concerned about making decisions on behalf of abused and neglected children in his court without enough information. He felt that more individualized attention and time for gathering important facts would produce better outcomes for the children. He…

This Week’s Non-Profit: Feed Lake Highlands (FLH)

Feed Lake Highlands (FLH) serves the Lake Highlands Community by feeding the body, mind, and spirit of its residents. We focus specifically on those who live on fixed, limited, and low incomes. We believe that hunger is a community problem and requires a community solution. We partner with the North Texas Food Bank, Lake Highlands United Methodist…

Sculpture Honoring Fallen Officers

The Dallas City Council says they will consider approving plans for a sculpture in memory of the officers who lost their lives during the July 7 ambush. On Wednesday, June 28 a decision will be made regarding the sculpture valued at $400,000. A group of anonymous donors formed a non-profit corporation titled Dallas Memorial for the…

Strangers Buy Car for Rockwall Man

It’s not the preferred mode to get around during a hot Texas summer, but for Justin Korva, walking to work is part of his job. Until a couple weeks ago, when a stranger began a string of good deeds. “He pulled up and said, ‘Hey, you need a ride?’ I was like, ‘Finally, yes please,…

South Dallas Teens Receive A Surprise

Dallas. The city filled with experience, life and a whole lot of charity. Some people say, like it or not, we are often judged by our appearance or what we wear. Some teenagers in South Dallas learned that the hard way, as they worked for neighborhood change. Near Lincoln High School, some students say they’ve…