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Nonprofit a refuge for homeless D-FW teens
Kyle's Place, a new nonprofit shelter in Lewisville dedicated for homeless teens, is fighting for youths who often slip through the cracks of government oversight and private attempts to help them.
In Denton, a new way to build up those with developmental disabilities
Mayor's drive for Denton food banks brings more than 10,000 pounds of food
New online service connects volunteers with kids in need
An online service that connects volunteers to local child protective services caseworkers has launched in Denton County, thanks to six Denton churches.
Denton group exceeds 1,000 handmade dresses for girls in poverty
Women sit along two long tables in a Southmont Baptist Church classroom, making little dresses. Every time the ladies finish a dress, group leader Laura Roberts calls out, “Ding, ding, ding!”
Local police, officials recognized for supporting victims of domestic abuse
Public officials and police officers from Lake Dallas, Corinth, Denton, Little Elm, Aubrey, Highland Village and the Denton County Sheriff's Office were honored at the Denton County Friends of the Family's "Friends of the Badge" banquet for their cooperation with Friends of Family, a local nonprofit that advocates for victims of domestic violence.
Three Denton residents to cycle 500 miles this June for HIV/AIDS awareness
Denton residents Karl Gossot, Doug Campbell and Brandon Babbitt will ride in the 2017 AIDS/LifeCycle, a fundraising bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. They and their friend from California are the Querencianistas — their team name comes from Denton's all-volunteer bike shop Querencia.