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The Ladder Alliance Board of Directors has announced the hiring of Bliss Coulter as the new CEO of The Ladder Alliance.

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Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW) has selected Michael P. Grace as its newest president and CEO, replacing Heather Reynolds who left for a position with the University of Notre Dame.

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If you’re worried about Dirk Nowitzki becoming bored after retirement, don’t. Dirk and Jessica Nowitzki will serve as honorary chairs for Communities Foundation of Texas’ 11th annual North Texas Giving Day. The day is officially underway with nonprofit kickoff events taking place through Jun…

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Alcon employees wearing bright orange safety vests speckled across a bland-looking shopping plaza in east Fort Worth on May 23, Thursday morning, a work day. They had brushes and rollers in their hands and access to a palette of colors.

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The American Cancer Society today announced May 23 that its North Texas CEOs Against Cancer chapter will raise funds for a year of operating expenses for the Hope Lodge in Dallas, a free lodging facility for patients seeking treatment at any of Dallas’ premier medical centers.

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth/KXAS, Telemundo 39/KXTX and the Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation announced May 21 that eight local nonprofit organizations will receive a total of $225,000 in grants.

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth/KXAS, Telemundo 39/KXTX and the Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation announced May 21 that eight local nonprofit organizations will receive a total of $225,000 in grants.

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The Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth has been awarded a grant by Ronald McDonald House Charities to support an expanded Meals from the Heart program focused on the wellness and nutrition of families staying at the Fort Worth location.

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The Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth has been awarded a grant by Ronald McDonald House Charities to support an expanded Meals from the Heart program focused on the wellness and nutrition of families staying at the Fort Worth location.

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Year after year, the cycle of homelessness begins with a lack of or inadequate income and inability to afford rent. It’s often that simple: Stagnant wages and rising rents often result in homelessness.

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John Wright of Simple Leadership Strategies in Fort Worth is interviewing individuals in top leadership roles in the area. He recently shared his interview with Wayne Carson, CEO of ACH Child and Family Services.

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United Way of Tarrant County has announced James Powell as the new chairman of the board for the agency. Powell’s term begins immediately. He replaces Riz Chand, who stepped down to pursue new business opportunities out of state. Powell, who is assistant general counsel at the North Central …

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Hill School, a Fort Worth college preparatory, full-service school for students who learn differently, has launched a $500,000 outdoor campus improvement project dubbed the “Take It Outside” campaign. Amon G. Carter Foundation pledged a $150,000 gift for the initiative in March 2019.

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The Fort Worth Public Library Foundation’s biggest fundraiser, its annual Cigar Smoker, will be on May 1 from 6-9:30 pm at the Fort Worth Club in downtown. Proceeds provide the funds to enhance programs focused on literacy and learning for children, families and adults.

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The Gladney Center for Adoption recognized several organizations and individuals with its Blossoms Awards on April 4 at the 4 Eleven event venue in the Near Southside area of Fort Worth. This year, the Gladney Center also unveiled a bronze bust of the center’s namesake, Edna Gladney, by arti…

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Lena Pope announces today that CEO Todd A. Landry will step down effective the end of April. As the agency’s top executive for 10 years, Dr. Todd A Landry, oversaw growth of its prevention and early intervention programs to improve child and family well-being in greater Tarrant County.

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The Texas Wesleyan University baseball team welcomed its newest member to the 2019 roster on Monday, signing pitcher and first baseman Jaiden Mehta. Mehta, seventh grader in Keller ISD is now an official member of the Rams, in partnership with Team IMPACT.

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Sundance Square in the heart of Fort Worth is known for many things, great restaurants, theatre, and plenty of opportunities to just walk around and take in the ambiance.