Stepping into the role of Deep Ellum Foundation Executive director in mid-2018, Stephanie Hudiburg is bringing her policy, housing, and business background to guide Deep Ellum into a new season of growth.Read More
Dr. Candice Bledsoe is creating space for women of color to give their stories a platform and create connections based on both shared and unshared experiences. All of her work, including leadership at SMU’s Simmons School of Education and the Action Research Center, is connected to a line of powerful women who weren’t afraid to tell their story.
Dallas Youth Poets is creating a safe place for students to offer creative expression. Through workshops, open mic events, and slam poetry competitions, Dallas-area teenagers find emotional literacy and a love for poetry.Read More
January is designated as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, so Dallas Doing Good is proud to share a powerful interview with Melissa Ice, Founder and Executive Director of The Net, a nonprofit addressing poverty by creating dignity-restoring relationships. Melissa and her team also recently launched a new social enterprise, The Worthy Co., which employs women who are survivors of sex trafficking.
The team at Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe rolled up to give a free lunch to over 100 federal workers who have gone without pay for more than a month due to the government shutdown. Dubbed “Ruthie’s Snacks of Kindness,” this food truck covers the city supporting charitable causes and nonprofits.Read More
Wendi Kaplan is combining her love of tennis and a background in event management to help I Pour Life, a nonprofit that provides mentors for Dallas students who have experienced the foster care or juvenile justice system.Read More
Michael Molthan and Terry Bentley Hill have joined forces on Michael’s talk radio show, M2 The Rock, to pull back the curtain on addiction, recovery, and suicide awareness. With real life stories and advice, they are helping people move from resentment to redemption.Read More
As the Texas economy grows, the conversation about a stable, reliable workforce has once again bubbled to the surface. Alongside this conversation, is the reality of migration, and refugees who have been settled in major cities like Dallas. The team at Amplio recruiting is connecting refugees with local businesses to create a win for everyone.Read More
A personal story from Michael Maldanis about his nonprofit work in Kenya, and how becoming a father after years of infertility changed his perspective on global aid.Read More
In honor of Shop for Good Sunday, we are sharing some of our favorite places in DFW to purchase ethically-made products and gifts that give back!
Dania Carter has taken her legal experience and a career in Human Resources to walk with mothers who have had their children placed in the Texas Foster Care system. Helping each mother find the courage to rebuild her life so families can be reunited is Dania’s passion, and she’s ready to expand her dream.Read More
Jim and Linda Woods started Mini Hooves of Love after seeing the great joy that their tiny horses could create in the lives of children battling illness. Now they travel throughout DFW with five miniature therapy horses, meeting families at Ronald McDonald Houses and local hospitals.Read More