FWHR In the Community
Fort Worth HR volunteers were out in force with paint brushes and tools for Trinity Habitat for Humanity’s Cowtown Brush Up on Saturday, April 9, painting our home a beautiful shade of blue in Fort Worth. This event helps Fort Worth residents who are elderly, homebound, or otherwise unable to dress up the exterior of their homes with a fresh coat of paint or perform exterior rehab projects such as replacing siding or trim. Fort Worth HR was proud to participate this spring and look forward to doing so again next year! Thank you to all the volunteers who donated their time and painting skills!!
Fort Worth HR is proud once again to partner with Diamond Hill Elementary for the 2020-21 school year. Diamond Hill Elementary is a Title I school, which means it has high concentrations of students from low-income families and receives supplemental funding for resources to help it provide high-quality education that enables all children to meet the state's student performance standards. Obviously, this year has been extremely challenging for the students, educators, and parents. Your donations help with purchases that are outside of the FWISD budget to keep the students engaged through this unprecedented time. Necessary items like school masks, water bottles, and equipment for students to stay active after school would not be possible without you.
Despite the challenges of 2020, FWHR is excited to share that we have raised more than $2,500 just in December. The total amount raised for Diamond Hill Elementary in the year 2020 came out to over $3,200!
How can you help?
Make a donation through the link below or add on to your event registrations.
Members of Fort Worth HR joined with other Fort Worth Volunteers on Saturday, October 8th volunteering for Quality Control (QC) at Tarrant Area Food Bank's distribution center, where donated food products were sorted, inspected and repacked for distribution to a network of partner organizations in a 13-county area. As a group, we helped sort, inspect and pack food, making approximately 7,132 MEALS for the families we serve. “Volunteers in Quality Control make a BIG impact by helping to ensure that our neighbors in need receive safe, quality food”, Tarrant Area Food Bank.Once again, we thank you for choosing to participate in the fight against hunger!