Medford Design-Build Team takes pride in our local DFW community; there is something to be said about communities coming together to uplift, support, and strengthen one another during difficult times. Needless to say, the recent unfolding of this global pandemic has resulted in various struggles for communities, businesses, families, and individuals alike. Although the current circumstances may feel insurmountable, it is encouraging to see the outpouring of love and concern our neighbors across the country and around the world have expressed throughout this hardship. This month, for our community event post, we’re featuring a local blood drive that could help save lives and greatly benefit those that are facing serious health issues due to COVID-19:
Attention all DFW bikers! Our featured community event this month is for you!
The Law Tigers “Hero Ride for Special Olympics Texas” is coming up on December 2nd! The ride will start at four supporting Harley Davidson Locations across the metroplex (Allen, Garland, Grand Prairie, and Bedford) with all riders ending at AT&T Stadium – home of the Dallas Cowboys! Fee includes a self-guided tour of the Stadium and an afterparty on the field!
Enjoy an afternoon of games, a silent auction, and a live DJ. Motorcycle parking is included.
On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Survivors on Purpose, Inc. (SOP) will be hosting their 4th annual Chili Cook-off Fundraiser at Hugh Smith Recreation Center in Arlington!
This non-profit organization is made up of breast cancer survivors, caretakers, families and supporters who are faithful advocates for all women that are impacted by this diagnosis. Focused on raising community awareness about Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC), SOP aims to form partnerships and alliances with researchers, scientists, doctors and medical educators in their efforts to identify root causes of triple-negative breast cancer. Their inspiring goal is to eliminate the fear and silence about breast cancer and replace it with knowledge about TNBC that is prevalent in the African American community.
Once a month, we like to post a blog about an upcoming charity event benefitting local Tarrant County. Coming up in January, there is a great opportunity to help those battling pediatric cancer:
The 501 (3)(c) non-profit organization, Christ’s Angels Leaving Everlasting Blessings, Inc. (CALEB) of North Texas has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for local pediatric cancer patients and their families.
CALEB’s mission is to serve, inspire, and empower individuals and families who are affected by pediatric cancer. Their goal is to let each survivor know that they are not fighting alone, that CALEB, Inc. is there with them from diagnosis and beyond!
This great organization is hosting a remarkable fashion show, showcasing pediatric cancer patients, survivors and siblings of those who lost their battle. During this heartwarming event, love and encouragement are poured into these young, brave warriors.