Tribe Alive: Elevating Women out of Poverty

Tribe Alive is a worldwide artistic collaboration that features beautifully sourced and made apparel, accessories, and home goods. Tribe Alive employs women in their home countries in order to elevate them out of poverty and keep their families together.

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Mary Martin
Daryl Parker: Seeking Actual Innocence

Everything is not always as it seems, and Daryl Parker is working to make it right. After serving in the Marine Corps and as a police officer, Daryl added a Masters degree from the Embrey Human Rights Program at SMU. He is now focused on providing free investigation services for those who may be wrongly accused.

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Gary Miars

When flooding began in southeast Texas due to Hurricane Harvey, Gary didn't hesitate. He knew his experience boating on Texas lakes could save lives. Together, he and a friend traveled to Port Arthur to help evacuate flood victims from the rising waters.

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Gaia

Empowering refugee women in Dallas is at the heart of GAIA's mission. The artisans at GAIA are paid a living wage and given the support they need to thrive as they create beautiful products to be sold nationwide.

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Carla Austin

Carla has dedicated her life to helping children as an occupational therapist, and her volunteer role at Chase's Plac is no exception. These special needs kids are inspiring her every day.

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Mike Snider

Inn the days following Hurricane Katrina former UPS manager, Mike Snider, started volunteering at the North Texas Food Bank. Twelve years and plenty of storms later, Mike is still passionate about feeding people.

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Katelyn Barbier-Mueller

When Katelyn Barbier-Mueller thought of throwing a party to raise money for a few of her favorite nonprofits, she thought she might raise $500 or so. But now Katelyn has teamed up with Josh Weathers Music to create HopeFest, an event that will support three organizations close to her heart.

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Jill Fleming

Jill Fleming loves connecting people, especially when it comes to helping educational causes. She spends her time working with an after school program in East Dallas called Not Home Alone, and is heading up their big fundraising event this fall.

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Mary Martin
Trusted World

Volunteers from across Dallas are helping the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts at the Trusted World offices in Addison. Groups of volunteers unload cars and trucks full of supplies while others sort items into categories for distribution.

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