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Bingo in the Park builds relationships with people who are homeless

The student-led Bingo in the Park program continues to build relationships with people who are homeless or low-income.

Artist at the Modern Art Museum uses pennies to reflect on the pandemic

Artist Jill Magid spread 120,000 pennies throughout New York City bodegas, the same amount as one stimulus relief check, and transformed it all into an art exhibit.

Good Street Baptist Church provides good service during the holidays

Good Street Baptist Church has continued to evolve and redesign their services in the midst of a pandemic.

A closer look: Texas’ oldest museum renews with art from the past

The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum is the oldest museum in Texas and offers a discount for students.

Funky Town Fridge: an act of community solidarity

TCU is hosting a food drive to benefit Funky Town Fridge, a food bank with a spin.

The power of Bingo brings the community together

Four students created a club that bridges the gap between TCU students and the Fort Worth community experiencing homelessness.

Spirit Halloween raises money for Fort Worth’s Cook Children’s hospital

Spirit Halloween, a seasonal pop-up Halloween store, created the “Spirit of Children” foundation to raise money for partner hospitals nationwide to contribute to the hospitals’ Child Life department.

Spooky season supply chain chaos sends ominous message for upcoming holidays

As the month of October came to a close, businesses like Spirit Halloween struggled with the supply chain chaos and marked an ominous sign for the upcoming holidays

International Environmental Complex plans to revolutionize sustainability

Ecoplex plans to revolutionize sustainability and the building plans to break ground right here in Fort Worth.
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